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|Contributors:||Banni, Christian Nono (speaker)|
Banni, Yafet (speaker)
Sou, Jennifer (recorder)
Sou, Jennifer (researcher)
Sou, Jennifer (depositor)
show 6 moreBilaut, Jefri (interviewer)
Banni, Christian Nono (consultant)
Banni, Yafet (consultant)
Lende, Dominggus Dowa (consultant)
Bilaut, Jefri (consultant)
|Date Issued:||20 May 2018|
|Description:||This recording is based on Eric's Maze Task by the Max Planck Institute, to elicit route descriptions in Wee Lurri between Christian Nono Banni (51) and his son Yafet Banni (27). The maps and concepts from the tool were used but in a slightly different method. In total there were 14 routes. Each speaker was to be the "director" seven times, dictating the pre-drawn route to the other participant, the "matcher", who would draw on a map without a route based on the directions given. So after seven routes, the roles were reversed. The jpgs show the pre-drawn route next to the result from the task. The png file is a compass showing how the participants were sitting in relation to the cardinal directions. Transcription is in Wee Lurri, Indonesian, and English.|
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Sou Collection - Indonesia|
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