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Diŋgolẽ Kokole Tatalã (Little Green Frog): Using children’s songs for language documentation
|Title:||Diŋgolẽ Kokole Tatalã (Little Green Frog): Using children’s songs for language documentation|
|Contributors:||Schreyer, Christine (speaker)|
Ransdell-Green, Margaret (speaker)
|Date Issued:||03 Mar 2019|
|Description:||This paper discusses the use of songs, both translated Western songs and traditional children’s songs, as a method of language documentation. Using examples from Kala speaking communities located in Papua New Guinea, we discuss the benefits and challenges of songs as a tool and resource for academics and community researchers. (session 2.6.6)|
|Rights:||Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported|
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6th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)|
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