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Linguists and language rebuilding: recent experience in two New South Wales languages
|Title:||Linguists and language rebuilding: recent experience in two New South Wales languages|
New South Wales
|Issue Date:||Oct 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii Press|
|Citation:||Giacon, John. 2014. Linguists and language rebuilding: recent experience in two New South Wales languages. Language Documentation & Conservation 8. 430-451|
|Abstract:||This paper primarily considers the role of linguists in the process of language rebuilding, or language revival, that is, the process of working with a language that is no longer spoken so that it is spoken again. The paper is largely based on experience with Gamilaraay and Yuwaalaraay, two closely-related languages from northern New South Wales in Australia, but also on experience with other languages. *This paper is in the series The Role of Linguists in Indigenous Community Language Programs in Australia, edited by John Henderson.|
|Sponsor:||National Foreign Language Resource Center|
|Rights:||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States|
|Appears in Collections:||Volume 08 : Language Documentation & Conservation|
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