/ On the Cultural Aspects in the Studies and Teaching of Manchu Language

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Abstract

With the development of modem fields of linguistics such as cultural linguistics and social linguistics, the idea of "teaching language just by itself and doing research just by itself' has been gradually dropped. It has been recognized by many researchers that cultural aspects are necessary to language teaching and research. So in recent years, a great many scholars have published articles incorporating these new ideas, deepening and widening linguistic research. Manchu language teaching and research have also been greatly influenced by these new ideas. Some specialists in this field have begun to lay emphasis on cultural aspects in Manchu language teaching and research, and have made introductory studies. This paper tentatively discusses the basis, contents and ways of analyzing cultural aspects in Manchu language teaching and research.

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