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Documentary Linguistics and Community Relations

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Title: Documentary Linguistics and Community Relations
Authors: Rice, Keren
Keywords: documentary linguistics
Issue Date: Dec 2011
Publisher: University of Hawai'i Press
Citation: Rice, Keren. 2011. "Documentary Linguistics and Community Relations." Language Documentation & Conservation. 5: 187-207.
Abstract: In recent years, there has been a growing focus in linguistics on community-based research. In this paper, I summarize how community-based research is defined, and then address community-based research from two perspectives. I begin with a perspective that is sometimes heard in universities, and sometimes by colleagues in linguistics as well: that community-based research is not really research, but rather community service. I discuss some of the fallacies in this conclusion, examining how traditional types of linguistic research can grow out of community-based work as well as addressing the types of new research topics that might emerge from this type of paradigm. I then switch the focus and ask what community-based research might mean from the perspective of a community, and who controls the research.
Sponsor: National Foreign Language Resource Center
Pages/Duration: 21 pages
ISSN: 1934-5275
Rights: Creative Commons, Non-Commercial No Derivatives License
Appears in Collections:Volume 05 : Language Documentation & Conservation

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