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Endangered Phrases

Author : Steven D. Price
ISBN : 9781616082475
Genre : Business & Economics
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Collects phrases that were once part of everyday speech, but no longer are due to the evolution of language and cultural changes.
Category: Business & Economics

Go Facts

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ISBN : 1865099392
Genre : Endangered species
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Category: Endangered species

The Oxford Handbook Of Endangered Languages

Author : Kenneth L. Rehg
ISBN : 9780190610036
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The endangered languages crisis is widely acknowledged among scholars who deal with languages and indigenous peoples as one of the most pressing problems facing humanity, posing moral, practical, and scientific issues of enormous proportions. Simply put, no area of the world is immune from language endangerment. The Oxford Handbook of Endangered Languages, in 39 chapters, provides a comprehensive overview of the efforts that are being undertaken to deal with this crisis. A comprehensive reference reflecting the breadth of the field, the Handbook presents in detail both the range of thinking about language endangerment and the variety of responses to it, and broadens understanding of language endangerment, language documentation, and language revitalization, encouraging further research. The Handbook is organized into five parts. Part 1, Endangered Languages, addresses the fundamental issues that are essential to understanding the nature of the endangered languages crisis. Part 2, Language Documentation, provides an overview of the issues and activities of concern to linguists and others in their efforts to record and document endangered languages. Part 3, Language Revitalization, includes approaches, practices, and strategies for revitalizing endangered and sleeping ("dormant") languages. Part 4, Endangered Languages and Biocultural Diversity, extends the discussion of language endangerment beyond its conventional boundaries to consider the interrelationship of language, culture, and environment, and the common forces that now threaten the sustainability of their diversity. Part 5, Looking to the Future, addresses a variety of topics that are certain to be of consequence in future efforts to document and revitalize endangered languages.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Documenting Endangered Languages

Author : Geoffrey Haig
ISBN : 9783110260021
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The rapid decline in the world's linguistic diversity has prompted the emergence of documentary linguistics. While documentary linguistics aims primarily at creating a durable, accessible and comprehensive record of languages, it has also been a driving force in developing language annotation and analysis software, archiving architecture, improved fieldwork methodologies, and new standards in data accountability and accessibility. More recently, researchers have begun to recognize the immense potential available in the archived data as a source for linguistic analysis, so that the field has become of increasing importance for typologists, but also for neighbouring disciplines. The present volume contains contributions by practitioners of language documentation, most of whom have been involved in the Volkswagen Foundation's DoBeS programme (Dokumentation Bedrohter Sprachen). The topics covered in the volume reflect a field that has matured over the last decade and includes both retrospective accounts as well as those that address new challenges: linguistic annotation practice, fieldwork and interaction with speech communities, developments and challenges in archiving digital data, multimedia lexicon applications, corpora from endangered languages as a source for primary-data typology, as well as specific areas of linguistic analysis that are raised in documentary linguistics.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Words And Phrases

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105064117885
Genre : Law
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Camarades

Author : Martine Pillette
ISBN : 0748763805
Genre : French language
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Designed to meet the needs of wide-ability classes, the Camarades French course is divided into four units and fulfils the criteria of the National Curriculum/5-14 Guidelines, fully preparing all pupils for GCSE/Standard Grade examinations. The Teacher's Book contains an overview of each unit; offers clear, concise teaching notes; provides notes for the four assessment sections and the answers to all Pupil's Book exercises; and comprises tapescripts in sequence that are highlighted for ease of reference. The book has been revised for the National Curriculum 2000.
Category: French language

A Short Grammar Of Inanwatan An Endangered Language Of The Bird S Head Of Papua Indonesia

Author : Lourens de Vries
ISBN : UVA:X004877776
Genre : Doberai Peninsula (Indonesia)
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This short grammar documents the Inanwatan language, an endangered language of the Bird's Head of West Papua (Indonesia). It deals with major patterns of phonology, morphology and syntax of Inanwatan. It also contains a vocabulary, extensive texts and materials from a linguistic survey of the Inanwatan district. The introductory chapter contains a discussion of the sociolinguistic and historical context of the Inanwatan language. Special emphasis is given to the field linguistic problems that arise from describing a Papuan language in an advanced stage of generational erosion and on the basis of data in which Malay and Malayicised vernacular are often very hard to tell apart.
Category: Doberai Peninsula (Indonesia)

Lessons From Documented Endangered Languages

Author : K. David Harrison
ISBN : 9789027290205
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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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 diversity. The window of opportunity for documentation is narrower than the actual lifetime of a language, and is now rapidly closing for many languages represented in this volume. The authors of these papers unveil newly collected data from previously poorly known and endangered languages. They organize highly complex linguistic facts­ - paradigms, affixes, vowel patterns­ - while pointing out the theoretically challenging aspects of these. Beyond this, they reflect on the social and human dimensions, discussing particular problems of nostalgia and modernity, memory and forgetting, and obsolescence and ethics, while viewing language as not merely data on a page but as a living creation in the minds and mouths of its speakers.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Endangered

Author : Johann Christoph Arnold
ISBN : 9780874869972
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Challenges parents to make children their first priority before their careers, houses, or dreams, and to protect them from the onslaught of influences and pressures that rob them of their innocence. Original.
Category: Family & Relationships