陈青松

作者:来源:发布时间:2017-04-14

个人简介

陈青松,男,1975年10月出生,湖南省新化县人,现为浙江师范大学国际文化与教育学院教授、硕士生导师


学习经历

1991.9-1994.6  湖南省冷水江师范学校,中师

1994.6-1997.7  湖南师范大学自考专科,历史专业

1997.9-1999.6  湖南省教育学院中文系脱产本科,汉语言文学专业

1999.9-2002.6  湖南师范大学文学院获文学硕士学位,汉语言文字学专业

2002.9-2005.6  华中师范大学文学院获文学博士学位,汉语言文字学专业

2009.9-2010.8  中国社会科学院语言所访学


工作简历

1994.7-1999.8 湖南省新化县万龙学校等校任教

2005.7-至今   浙江师范大学人文学院、国际文化与教育学院任教

讲师(2005.9)/副教授(2006.9)硕导(2007.5)


学术兼职

浙江省语言学会理事(2008.12-至今)

中国语言学会会员(2010.12-至今)


人才梯队、荣誉

浙江省中青年学科带头人培养计划(2007.12)

浙江省首届“之江青年”社科学者(2011.06)


研究领域及成果

长期从事汉语言文字学、应用语言学专业领域的研究,在该领域取得一定成绩,在《中国语文》、《世界汉语教学》、《语言文字应用》、《语言教学与研究》、《语言研究》、《汉语学习》、《语言科学》、《汉语学报》、《语言学论丛》等杂志上发表论文20余篇,出版著作1部,参编教材2部。

代表性论文、论著

1.论文《比喻相异点的句法实现——谈“大”、“小”修饰名词性喻体的一种功能》2004年7月发表于《中国语文》第4期 ;

2. 论文《支配“书”类受事的“看”和“读”》2004年9月发表于《语言教学与研究》第5期 ;

3.论文《说“前/原+指人名词”》 2010年2月发表于《语言文字应用》第1期 ;

4.论文《超线性突显与“数+大+NP”结构》2010年9月发表于《语言科学》第5期;

5. 论文《现代汉语中的非时空排序表达及其比较》2011年10月发表于《世界汉语教学》,2011年第4期;

6.论文《新化(田坪)话的一种间接疑问句及其标记词“看”》 2012年3月发表于《中国语文》第2期;

7. 论文《“语言学概论”课程中用例选择和使用的原则》(合作)2012年6月发表于《中国大学教学》第6期;

8. 论文《湘语新化(田坪)话的专用定冠词性成分“哎”》 2012年12月发表于《语言学论丛》第46辑 ;

9.论文《以语形为喻体的一类转喻现象》2013年4月发表于《汉语学报》第2期;

10.著作《现代汉语形容词与形名粘合结构》2012年5月由中国社会科学出版社出版。

代表性科研项目

1.2006-2011, 国家社科基金青年项目-“现代汉语小句中形名粘合结构的组配规律及其语义分析”;

2.2011-2014, 浙江省哲学社科规划“之江青年课题”-“汉语形容词的类型学考察” ;

3.2013-2016, 教育部人文社会科学研究规划基金一般项目-“汉语方言形容词的类型学考察” 。

成果奖励

论文《比喻相异点的句法实现》获浙江省社联第五届青年社科优秀成果奖三等奖

学术报告

2013.11,第八届全国语言文字应用学术研讨会报告《“应用”诸多维度与应用语言学的内涵》


近三年教学情况

为本科生主讲课程有《现代汉语》、《语言学概论》、《现代汉语语法研究》、《应用语言学》,指导本科生论文5篇;为研究生开设《应用语言学》、《语言理论及应用》、《语言与文献研究方法及论文写作》等课程,指导培养硕士研究生17名。


Profile

Name: CHEN Qingsong   

Gender: Male          

Date of Birth: October 1975                 

Place of Birth: Xinhua County, Hunan Province.

Current Positions: Professor, Supervisor for Graduate students, College of International Education, Zhejiang Normal University. 


Education Background

09/1991-06/1994  Diploma, Hunan Lengshuijiang Normal School.

06/1994-07/1997 Associate degree, majoring in History at Hunan Normal   University.(Self-Study)

09/1997-06/1999  Fulltime Adult Student majoring in Chinese Language & Literature, Hunan Educational Institute.

09/1999-06/2002  MA in Chinese Philology, Liberal Arts College of Hunan Normal University.

09/2002-06/2005  Ph.D in Chinese Philology, School of Chinese Language and Literature, Central China Normal University.

09/2009-08/2010  Visiting scholar in Chinese Academy of Social Sciences


Work Experiences

07/1994—08/1999: Wanlong Secondary School in Hunan.

07/2005—09/2006: Lecturer, College of Humanities, Zhejiang Normal University.

09/2006-05/2007: Associate Professor, College of Humanities, Zhejiang Normal University.

04/2012-present: Associate Professor, Supervisor for Graduate students, College of International Education, Zhejiang Normal University.


Other Academic Positions/Memberships

12/2008-present    Council Member, The Linguistic Society of Zhejiang.

12/2010-present    Member of Chinese Language Society.


Honorable Titles and Awards

12/2007   Member of Middle - aged Academic Leaders Training Program of Zhejiang Province.

06/2011    Scholar of “Zhijiang Youth” in Social Sciences of Zhejiang Province.


Research Field and Achievements

Chinese Philology

 Applied Linguistics

Publications

Publishing more than 20 papers in Chinese Language, Chinese Teaching in the World, Applied Linguistics, Language Teaching and Linguistic Studies, Studies in Language and Linguistics, Chinese Language Learning, Linguistic Sciences, Chinese Linguistics, Essays on Linguistics(book Series) and so on.

  • Publishing one book.
  • Co-publishing two textbooks.
Representative Works

1. Chen Qingsong. Syntactic Representations on Metaphorical Dissimilarities: Functions of “Big/Small” as Modifiers [J]. Chinese Language, 2004(4).

2. Chen Qingsong. “Kan(看) and Du(读)” in Dominating Patients of “Shu(书).” Series[J]. Language Teaching and Linguistic Studies, 2004(5).

3. Chen Qingsong. A Study of the Structure of “Qian (前) /Yuan(原)+N (Referring to People)” [J]. Applied Linguistics, 2010(1).

4. Chen Qingsong. Supra-linear Prominence and the “Numeral +Da (大)+NP” Structure[J]. Linguistic Sciences, 2010(5).

5. Chen Qingsong. The Expression of Non-temporal and Non-spatial Ordering in Chinese: A Comparative Study [J]. Chinese Teaching In The World, 2011(4).

6. Chen Qingsong. An Indirect Question Construction in the Tianping Xiang Dialect [J]. Studies of the Chinese Language, 2012(2).

7. Chen Qingsong, Zhang Xianliang, Nie Zhiping. On Examples in Curriculum of “A General Introduction to Linguistics” [J].China University Teaching, 2012(6).

8. Chen Qingsong. A Definite Article in the Tianping Dialect [J]. Essays on Linguistics (book Series), 2012(46).

9. Chen Qingsong. A Sort of Metonymy with Linguistic Form as Vehicle [J].Chinese Linguistics, 2013(2).

10. Chen Qingsong. The Adjective and Adjective-noun Sstructure in Chinese [M]. Beijing: Social Sciences Publishing House, 2012

Research Projects

1.2006-2011: The National Social Science Fund Youth Project- “The collocation rule and semantics of  adjective-noun in Chinese sentence.”

2.2011-2014:  Fund for Scholars of “Zhijiang Youth” in Social Sciences of Zhejiang Province.- “Typology Research on Chinese Adjectives.”

3.2013-2016: Humanities & Social Sciences Research Fund project-“Typology Research on Chinese Dialect Adjective.”

Awards

Paper: Syntactic Representations on Metaphorical Dissimilarities.

Award: Third Prize for the “Best Social Sciences Research by Young Scholars,” Social Sciences Council of Zhejiang, 2008.

Reports

11/2013  Speech at the 8th National Applied Linguistics Conference

Title: Multidimensional Analysis of “Applied” and the Connotations of Applied Linguistics


Teaching and Supervision during Last 3 Years

The courses for undergraduate students:

“Contemporary Chinese Language” “An Introduction to Linguistics” “Study of Modern Chinese Grammar” “Applied Linguistics”

The courses for graduate students:

“Applied Linguistics” “Theoretical Linguistics and Application of Language” “Bibliography and Research Writing in Language Studies”
Supervision: Advising 5 Undergraduates and 17 Graduates.