Browsing Department of Linguistics by Subject "orthography"

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  • Rau, D. Victoria; Chang, Hui-Huan; Tai, Yin-Sheng; Yang, Zhen-Yi; Lin, Yi-Hui; Yang, Chia-Chi; Dong, Maa-Neu (2007)
    This chapter provides a case study of the process of endangered language acquisition, which has not been well studied from the viewpoint of applied linguistics. It describes the context of teaching Chinese adult learners ...
  • (University of Hawai'i Press, 2008-06)
    Eastern Cham is an Austronesian language spoken in south-central Vietnam. The sociolinguistic situation of Eastern Cham communities is characterized by a combination of diglossia and widespread Cham-Vietnamese bilingualism. ...
  • Boerger, Brenda H. (University of Hawai'i Press, 2007-12-17)
    This article is a field report on the results of the Santa Cruz, Solomon Islands, Natqgu Language Project that encourages the Natqgu-speaking community to begin using the written vernacular in three domains where English ...
  • Jany, Carmen (University of Hawai'i Press, 2010-12)
    Many discussions of orthography development center on the later stages of such endeavors and on the impact of newly developed orthographies over an extended period of time. This paper focuses on the early stages of orthography ...
  • Weber, Diana Dahlin; Wroge, Diane; Yoder, Joan Bomberger (University of Hawai'i Press, 2007-06-27)
    This paper discusses how writers’ workshops can be used to develop writers from indigenous language groups. It considers how such workshops fit into the greater context of a community literacy program, and describes both ...
  • Guérin, Valérie (University of Hawai'i Press, 2008-06)
    This paper reports on Mavea, an Oceanic language spoken in Vanuatu. The state of endangerment of Mavea is first evaluated using UNESCO’s framework for assessing language vitality. The framework’s nine criteria are applied ...

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