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陳春美(Chen, Chun-Mei)
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副教授
系所
外國語文學系
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04-22840322
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chench@dragon.nchu.edu.tw
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論文與著作 Papers and Publications
期刊 Journal
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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2013. Gestures as tone markers in multilingual communication. In Istvan Kecskes (ed.), Research in Chinese as a Second Language, 143-168. Trends in Applied Linguistics Series, Volume 9. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2012. Accuracy of Mandarin prosody in the production and perception of Thai learners. FLLT Journal (Foreign Language Learning and Teaching Journal) 1.2:14-35.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2011. Phonetic evidence for the contact-induced prosody in Budai Rukai. Concentric: Studies in Linguistics 37.2:123-154. [THCI Core]

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2011.  Effects of corrective feedback in the prosodic development of L2 learners. The Asian Conference on Language Learning 2011 Official Proceedings, 48-60, ISSN: 2186-4691.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2010. Typology of Paiwan Interrogative Prosody. Speech Prosody 2010, 100376:1-4, ISBN:978-0-557-51931-6.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2009. The phonetics of Paiwan word-level prosody. Language and Linguistics 10.3:593-625. [A&HCI] 

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2009. Documenting Paiwan phonology: issues in segments and non-stress prosodic features. Concentric: Studies in Linguistics 35.2:193-223. [THCI Core]

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2008. Temporal use of the particles and sentential-Le in Mandarin Chinese. In Wilaiwan Khanittanan & Paul Sidwell (eds.), SEALSXIV: papers from the 14th meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (2004), Volume 1, 81-92. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2007. The functions of prosody in discourse analysis—a case study of tags in Mandarin talk shows. Nouveaux cahiers de linguistique française 28:327-333.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2006. Contextual variability of third-tone Sandhi in Taiwan Mandarin. In Rüdiger Hoffmann and Hansjörg Mixdorff (eds.), Speech Prosody 2006, PS7-5-14. Dresden, Germany: TUD Press.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2004. Perception of tone variation - evidence from the varieties of Taiwan Mandarin. In Bernard Bel and Isabelle Marlien (eds.), Speech Prosody 2004, 693-696. Japan: Nara.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2004. Phonetic structures of Paiwan. In ZAS PAPERS IN LINGUISTICS, ZASPiL Nr. 34, Proceedings of AFLA 11, 30-44. Berlin: Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Typologie und Universalienforschung.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2000. The pragmatics of the Amis language in Eastern Taiwan —a case study of Zi-Qiang Junior High School in Hualien and Tai-Yuan Junior High School in Taitung, Taiwan Humanities, Volume 4, 321-347. Taipei: National Taiwan Normal University.


論文發表 Dissertation
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1 Chen, Chun-Mei. 2012. The Effect of Language Experience on the Tonal Performance of Thai Learners of Mandarin Chinese. The Second Symposium of Mandarin Teachers in Taiwan and China. August 11-12, Taipei, Taiwan. (NSC 100-2410-H-005-043)
2 Chen, Chun-Mei. 2012. Intercultural Awareness in Teaching Mandarin Numerals and Approximation. The Fifth Centre for Language Studies (CLS) International Conference (CLaSIC 2012), December 6-8, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2011a. Fluency and Accuracy of Mandarin Prosody in the Production and Perception of Thai Learners. The Second International Conference on Foreign Language Learning and Teaching (FLLT2011), March 11-12, Bangkok, Thailand. (NSC 99-2410-H-005-043)

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2011b. Politeness and Prosody in the Interlanguage of Japanese and Thai Learners. The 13th Annual International Conference of the Japanese Society for Language Sciences (JSLS2011), June 25-26, Osaka, Japan. (NSC 99-2410-H-005-043)

5 Chen, Chun-Mei. 2011c. Intercultural Awareness in the Prosodic Corrective Feedback of CSL Classrooms. The Annual Meeting of Chinese Language Teachers Association 2011 (CLTA 2011), November 18-20. Denver, Colorado, USA. (NSC 100-2914-I-005-009-A1)
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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2010a. Typology of Paiwan Interrogative Prosody. Speech Prosody 2010, May 11-14, Chicago, USA.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2010b.  Politeness of Japanese Learners in Multicultural L2 Classrooms. The 18th International Conference on Pragmatics and Language Learning (PLL18), July 16-19, Kobe, Japan. (NSC 98-2631-S-005-002)

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2010c. Awareness of Diversity in L2 Tonal Error Correction. The 10th International Conference of the Association for Language Awareness (ALA 2010), July 25-28, Kassel, Germany. (NSC 98-2631-S-005-002)

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2010d. Gestures as Tone Markers in L2 Learning. First International Conference on Chinese as a Second Language Research (CASLAR2010), August 27-29, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. (NSC 98-2631-S-005-002)

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2010e. Repetition and the Prosody in Multilingual Language Classrooms. International Conference on Multilingual Individuals and Multilingual Societies (MIMS 2010), October 6-8, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany. (NSC 98-2631-S-005-002)

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2010f. Gestures as Tone Markers in Multilingual Communication. International Conference on Multilingual Individuals and Multilingual Societies (MIMS 2010), October 6-8, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany. (NSC 98-2631-S-005-002)

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2009a. Prosody in Contact: Evidence from Budai Rukai Stress. UCLA – UC Berkeley Joint Conference on Southeast Asian Studies, Languages of Southeast Asia, January 30-Febuary 1, Los Angeles, USA. (NSC 97-2410-H-005-036)

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2009b. Sound Files and the Phonetics-Phonology Interface in Paiwan. The 1st International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC), March 12-14, Hawaii, USA. (NSC 97-2410-H-005-036)

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2009c.  Prosodic Variation in Piuma Paiwan. 2009 NTUT International Conference on Applied Linguistics and Sociolinguistics: The Form and the Content, November 6-7, Taipei, Taiwan.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2008a. Phonetics of the Third Tone Phonology in Taiwan Mandarin. The Eleventh International Symposium on Chinese Languages and Linguistics (IsCLL-11), May 23-25, Hsinchu, Taiwan.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2008b. Accent of Japanese Loanwords in Paiwan Conversation. The 11th Annual Conference of Pragmatics Society of Japan (PSJ11), December 20-21, Matsuyama, Japan. (NSC 96-2411-H-005-015)

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2007a. Stress, Duration, and Pitch High in Paiwan Word-Prosody. The 15th Manchester Phonology Meeting (Mfm 15), May 24-26, Manchester, United Kingdom.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2007b. Stress and Pitch High in Paiwan Prosody. The 4th Seoul International Conference on Phonology and Morphology, June 18-19, Seoul, Korea.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2007c. The Functions of Prosody in Discourse Analysis—A Case Study of Tags in Mandarin Talk Shows. The Second International Symposium on Discourse-Prosody Interfaces (IDP07), September 12-14, Geneva, Switzerland. (NSC 96-2914-I-005-013-A1)

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2007d. Tone Variation in Mandarin Chinese and Its Pedagogical Implications. The Annual Meeting of Chinese Language Teachers Association 2007 (CLTA 2007), November 16-18. San Antonio, Texas, USA.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2006. Lexical Stress and Postlexical Accent in Paiwan. The 13th Meeting of the Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association (AFLA 13), National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2005a. The Role of Schwa in Paiwan Prosody. The 12th Meeting of the Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association (AFLA 12), UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2005b. The Prosody of dui bu dui in Mandarin Conversation. The Between Stress and Tone Conference (BeST), International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS), Leiden, the Netherlands.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2004a. How Do We Study Sound Change in a Community? —An Acoustic and Perceptual Approach. University of Georgia Linguistics Society Graduate Conference, Athens, Georgia, USA.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2004b. The Multi-Functions and Prosody of dui bu dui in Mandarin Conversation—An Empirical Study of TV Talk Shows. The 28th Penn Linguistics Colloquium (PLC 28), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2004c. Perception of Tone Variation - Evidence from the Varieties of Taiwan Mandarin. Speech Prosody 2004 (SP2004), Nara, Japan.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2004d. Two Types of Code-Switching in Taiwan. Sociolinguistics Symposium 15 (SS15), Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2004e. Phonetic Structures of Paiwan. The 11th Annual Meeting of Austronesian Formal Linguistic Association (AFLA 11), Berlin, Germany.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2004f. Temporal Use of the Particles and Sentential-Le in Mandarin Chinese. The 14th Annual Conference of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (SEALS 14), Bangkok, Thailand.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2004g. Phonological Change of Taiwan Mandarin—Evidence from the Three Presidential Candidates’ Speech. The Ninth Conference on Laboratory Phonology (Lab Phonology 9), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA.

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Chen, Chun-Mei. 2004h. Prosodic Features of Regional Accent in Mandarin Chinese. The Sixth Meeting of the High Desert Linguistics Society (HDLS 6), University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USA.


其他 Others
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Research Projects

2013. A Preliminary Study on Prosodic Typology and Phonological Change of Paiwan in Pingtung County, granted by National Science Council, NSC 102-2410-H-005-033.

2011. Effects of language experience and tonal training on the performance of Mandarin speech prosody: Case studies of Korean, Thai, and Vietnamese learners, granted by National Science Council, NSC 100-2410-H-005-043.

2010. Effects of Mother Tongue in the Development of Mandarin Speech Prosody: A Longitudinal Study of Thai Learners, granted by National Science Council, NSC 99-2410-H-005-043.

2010. Complexity and Fluency of the Third Tone Sandhi in the Mandarin Speech of NSs and NNSs, granted by the Research Center for the Humanities and Social Sciences, National Chung Hsing University. 

2009.  The Process of Second Language Acquisition of Mandarin Tones—Case Studies of American Learners on the Perception of Speech Prosody, granted by National Science Council, NSC 98-2631-S-005-002. 

2008.  The Workshop of E-Learning and Computer-Assisted Instruction in Chinese as a Second Language, granted by Ministry of Education.

 2008. The Phonetics-Phonology Interface of the Paiwan Dialects: Establishing the Voice Corpus (II), granted by National Science Council, NSC 97-2410-H-005-036.  

2008. Linguistic Factors in Tonal Acquisition of Mandarin—Case studies on tonal recognition and perception of speech prosody, granted by Office of Research and Development, National Chung Hsing University. 

2007. A Synchronic Phonological Study on Paiwan Dialects: Establishing the Voice Corpus (I), granted by National Science Council, NSC 96-2411-H-005-015.

 

 

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Honors and Awards 

 

2010. Distinguished Young Teacher Award, National Chung Hsing University. 

 

2010. Conference Grant, Office of Research and Development, National Chung Hsing University.

 

2007. Conference Grant, Office of Research and Development, National Chung Hsing University. 

 

2007. Conference Grant, National Science Council (NSC), Taiwan.

 

2005. Dissertation Fellowship (US$15,000), the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange, McLean, VA, USA.

 

2005. Professional Development Award, Office of Graduate Studies, University of Texas at Austin.

 

2005. Conference Grant, The Between Stress and Tone Conference (BeST), International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS), Leiden, the Netherlands.

 

2004. Professional Development Award, Office of Graduate Studies, University of Texas at Austin.

 

2004. Sociolinguistics Symposium 15 Postgraduate Conference Bursary, Sociolinguistics Symposium 15, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom.

 

2000. Honor Award for Distinguished Graduate Students, National Taiwan Normal University.

 

1999. Academic Prize for Taiwan Humanities Research, National Taiwan Normal University.

 

1999. National Literary Prize for Undergraduate/Graduate Students: Essay, Taiwan.

 

1999. Honor Award for Distinguished Graduate Students, National Taiwan Normal University.

 

1997. Graduated as Distinguished Honors, National Taiwan Normal University.

1997. National Literary Prize for Undergraduate/Graduate Students: Essay, Taiwan.

1997. Novella Champion, Literary Prize, National Taiwan Normal University.

 

3 Phonetic Lab Skills

Computerized Speech Lab (CSL), PCquirer, Macquirer, Praat, IPA transcription