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Documenting child language in an indigenous Amazonian community

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Title:Documenting child language in an indigenous Amazonian community
Authors:Skilton, Amalia
Date Issued:04 Mar 2021
Relation:https://youtu.be/WWKKB89lckc
Description:Documenting child language in Indigenous settings is important for both language reclamation and first language acquisition research. I outline methods which researchers can use to integrate child language into general documentation projects, offering my own experience with speakers of Ticuna, an Indigenous Amazonian language, as a case study.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/74449
Appears in Collections: 7th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)


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