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The observer's paradox: Some forms of skewing that can occur in language documentation and some possible ways to mitigate them
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|Title:||The observer's paradox: Some forms of skewing that can occur in language documentation and some possible ways to mitigate them|
|Contributors:||Merrill, Elizabeth (speaker)|
|Date Issued:||02 Jun 2011|
|Description:||Skewing due to the observer’s paradox in a language documentation project can create inaccuracies or unnaturalness in the data. This paper offers some possible ways to mitigate those effects during the preparation phase, wordlist elicitation, the recording sessions themselves, and also in respect to the metadata annotation and the archiving.|
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2nd International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)|
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