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From diagnosis to remedial plan: A psycholinguistic assessment of language shift, linguistic aspects of attrition, and conservation planning in Truku Seediq

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Title:From diagnosis to remedial plan: A psycholinguistic assessment of language shift, linguistic aspects of attrition, and conservation planning in Truku Seediq
Authors:Tang, Apay Ai-yu
Date Issued:02 Jun 2011
Abstract:Will Truku, an indigenous/endangered dialect of the Seediq language spoken in eastern Taiwan, be commonly spoken again in Truku villages? This project intends to diagnose the relative language strength of Truku (vs. Mandarin), document the linguistic aspects of attrition, and propose a community-based conservation plan for Truku speech communities.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/5246
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Appears in Collections: 2nd International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)


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