7 edition of Lessons from documented endangered languages found in the catalog.
Lessons from documented endangered languages
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by K. David Harrison, David S. Rood, and Arienne Dwyer.|
|Series||Typological studies in language -- 78|
|Contributions||Harrison, K. David., Rood, David S., Dwyer, Arienne M.|
|LC Classifications||P40.5.E53 L47 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008014319|
Lessons from documented endangered languages. Ed. by K. David Harrison, David S. Rood, and Arienne Dwyer. (Typological studies in language ) Amster dam: John Benjamins, Pp. ISBN $ (Hb). Reviewed by David Bradley, La Trobe University This valuable and interesting volume is one of many outputs of the Dokumentation. Lessons from documented endangered languages Bradley, D ; publication date. June 1, has subject area. Languages & Linguistics (Science Metrix) published in. Language (Washington) Journal Additional Document Info. Publisher. LINGUISTIC SOC AMER start page. end page.
The internet is changing the way we preserve endangered languages and an agreement was made with local public schools to offer lessons in Keres, the Acoma language, specifically for Acoma students. Since then Wikitongues has documented more than languages and recorded more than 1, oral histories. The rapid development of mobile technology continually creates new opportunities for language learning. These new opportunities include novel approaches to language education as well as platforms for exposure to endangered languages (Cunliffe ).There are languages in the world (Eberhard et al. ) and the majority of languages are endangered (Krauss ).
In Small-Language Fates and Prospects Nancy C. Dorian gathers findings from decades of documenting a Scottish Gaelic dialect in sharp decline, presenting detailed evidence of contraction and loss while also drawing lessons for maintenance and revitalization in other endangered-language settings. A new documentary called The Linguists, airing Thursday on PBS, follows ethnographers David Harrison and Greg Anderson as they race to document endangered languages .
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Editors. David Harrison | Swarthmore College. David S. Rood | University of Colorado. Arienne Dwyer | University of Kansas. Hardbound – Available Buy now. ISBN | EUR | USD e-Book Pages: John Rood: free download.
Ebooks library. On-line books store on Z-Library | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. The paper discusses several linguistic peculiarities of three endangered Caucasian languages of Georgia that are currently being documented within the DoBeS “ECLinG” project, viz.
Svan, Tsova-Tush (Batsbi), and Udi. The main focus lies on questions of the phonology (vowel systems, pharyngeal and laryngeal subsystems) and the morphosyntax (verbal agreement, ergativity) of these languages.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (vi, pages): illustrations, map. Contents: Lessons from Documented Endangered Languages; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; A world of many voices; Sri Lanka Malay revisited; Tense, Aspect and Mood in Awetí verb paradigms; Tonogenesis in Southeastern Monguor; Language, ritual.
This volume represents part of an unprecedented and still growing effort to advance, coordinate and disseminate the scientific-documentation of endangered languages. As the pace of language extinction increases, linguists and native communities are accelerating their efforts to speak, remember, record, analyze and archive as much as possible of our common human heritage that is linguistic.
The Union government has taken up a project to document endangered languages and identified eight universities to shortlist and document them. Their grammar too will be documented. A sum of Rs. 37 cro. „Lessons from Documented Endangered Languages“, hrsg. David K. Harrison, David S.
Rood & Arienne Dwyer, Amsterdamzu entnehmen. Attention. This is a special internet edition of the article „Endangered Caucasian Languages in Georgia“ by Jost Gippert (). It. David S. Rood is the author of Facts About the World's Languages ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), Lessons from Documented Endangered Languages (/5(6).
Books Music Art & design the struggles of one language in particular may hold potential lessons for other endangered languages. The Amerindian language. SMALL-LANGUAGE FATES AND PROSPECTS: LESSONS OF PERSISTENCE AND CHANGE FROM ENDANGERED LANGUAGES: COLLECTED ESSAYS (HARDBACK) Brill, Netherlands, Hardback.
Book Condition: New. x mm. Language: English. Brand New Book. In Small-language Fates and Prospects Nancy C. Dorian gathers findings from decades of. Losing a language would also mean losing the arts, rituals, beliefs and lifestyles of the community and its people.
Inthe Government of India initiated a scheme called, ‘Protection and Preservation of Endangered Languages of India’ to safeguard the many languages which were identified as endangered.
Use this research guide to find information resources on endangered languages and language revitalization and documentation. Books about Endangered Languages Can schools save indigenous Lessons from documented endangered languages by edited by K.
David Harrison, David S. Rood, and Arienne Dwyer. Sri Lankan Malay (also known as Sri Lankan Creole Malay, Bahasa Melayu, Ja basawa, and Java mozhi) is a creole language spoken in Sri Lanka, formed as a mixture of Sinhala and Shonam (Sri Lanka Muslim Tamil), with Malay being the major lexifier.
It is traditionally spoken by the Sri Lankan Malays and among some Sinhalese in Hambantota. Today, the number of speakers of the language have.
Like many speakers of endangered languages, he is fluent in an impressive number of languages, including several native to his island, as well as the national language. many languages are in danger of disappearing before they have been documented, taking with them irreplaceable information about human cognition.Lists of endangered languages are mainly based on the definitions used by order to be listed, a language must be classified as "endangered" in a cited academic source.
Researchers have concluded that in less than one hundred years, almost half of the languages known today will be lost forever. The lists are organized by region.The present pack of lesson outlines and other teaching materials is intended for use in Polish high schools where teachers wish to introduce some notions about endangered languages into their lessons.