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    Title: 漢字與俄羅斯漢學發展 : 以漢俄詞典研究為中心
    Other Titles: Chinese script and the development of Russian sinology : focusing on Chinese-Russian dictionary research
    Authors: 郭芷芸;Kuo, Chih-Yun
    Contributors: 淡江大學俄羅斯研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 俄羅斯;漢學;漢字;漢俄詞典;孔子學院;Russia;sinology;Chinese characters;Chinese-Russian dictionary;Confucius Institute
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:17:55 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 人文字是溝通的基本工具,人類利用文字來記錄特定事物,將形象簡化而成為語言書寫符號系統。漢字在發展的過程中經歷了不同的階段,但仍然為世界上最古老的三大文字系統中唯一沿用至今的文字。
    Writing is the fundamental way of communication, humans created signs to record meaning and then developed the whole symbolic writing system. In the process of this development, Chinese characters went through various stages, but still remain the world’s oldest writing system in use.
    In the eighteenth century, Russian tzar Peter the Great tried to strengthen Russia’s ties with the East with the hope to establish a stable diplomatic and trade relations with China. In 1715, the first group of Russian Orthodox missionaries came to Beijing, and established the first sinology base.
    Because of its geographical location, Sinology in Russia not only obtained information from the West, but also developed their own research. As a consequence, it exerted an important impact on international Sinology.
    The purposes of the thesis are to explore the origin and development of sinology in Russia, and describe the characteristics of Chinese-Russian dictionaries that appeared in Russia during since 18th century. A special attention is paid to specific features of Russian dictionaries and their significance for the world sinological studies. The author also has explored the methods of studying Chinese characters in Russia and their historical evolution. The history of Russia academic institutions in this field is also investigated. The most recent achievements, such as the establishment of Confucius Institutes in Russia, are analyzed as well.
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