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Notes from the field: Another moribund language of Indonesia, with supporting audio
|Title:||Notes from the field: Another moribund language of Indonesia, with supporting audio|
|Authors:||Lobel, Jason William|
Paputungan, Ade Tatak
|Issue Date:||Dec 2017|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii Press|
|Citation:||Lobel, Jason William & Ade Tatak Paputungan. 2017. Notes from the field: Lolak: Another moribund language of Indonesia, with supporting audio. Language Documentation & Conservation 11. 328-366.|
|Abstract:||This paper consists of a short multimedia introduction to Lolak, a near-extinct Greater Central Philippine language traditionally spoken in three small communities on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. In addition to being one of the most
underdocumented languages in the area, it is also spoken by one of the smallest native speaker populations in northern Sulawesi. Included in this overview are over 500 recordings of words and phrases pronounced by one of the oldest and
most fluent speakers of the language, illustrating its phoneme system, grammatical subsets, and system of verbal affixation.
|Rights:||Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International|
|Appears in Collections:||Volume 11 : Language Documentation & Conservation|
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