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Linguistic diffusion in Arnhem Land
|Statement||by Jeffrey Heath.|
|Series||Australian aboriginal studies, Research and regional studies ;, no. 13, Regional and research studies ;, no. 13., Australian aboriginal studies (Unnumbered)|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 80540 (P)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 146 p.|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||84157085|
In Arnhem Land, northern Australia, speakers of the Burarra language live and communicate within a highly multilingual and multilectal language ecology. Language practices in the region index a variety of social categories, including patrilineal land-holding units and moiety groupings, and local language ideologies essentialise the connections. Significance. The voyage by the Pera and Arnhem was the tenth contact with Australia, as catalogued in the Landings List compiled by the Australia on the Map Division of the Australasian Hydrographic Society.A more detailed charting of the Gulf of Carpentaria and Arnhem Land was undertaken by Abel Tasman in
The animals featured in the book can be found in Arnhem Land; goannas, barramundi, long necked turtles and lots more. Once you have mastered counting, see if you can pronounce the animals name? At the end of the book there is a section which explains the Ritharrŋu language, the sounds and spelling. Books on language-contact phenomena. From Code-Switching to Borrowing: A Case Study of Moroccan Arabic. (Library of Arabic Linguistics, 9) London and New York: Kegan Paul International, pp. , Linguistic Diffusion in Arnhem Land. Canberra: AIAS, pp. , Edited book.
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Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey Heath. Description: Historical linguistic analysis of phonological and grammatical borrowings among a block of languages in Arnhem Land, Australia, especially Nunggubuyu, Ngandi, Warndarang, and Ritharngu.
Substantially identical to the author's University of Chicago by: Linguistic diffusion in Arnhem Land AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ABORIGINAL STUDIES CAN BERRA, for the lexical complement to this work on grammatical diffusion, see Heath, "A case of intensive lexical diffusion: Arnhem Land, Australia", Language 57\(2\):.
Abstract Historical linguistic analysis of phonological and grammatical borrowings among a block of languages in Arnhem Land, Australia, especially Nunggubuyu, Ngandi, Warndarang, and : Jeffrey Heath. Title: Linguistic diffusion in Arnhem Land Publication info: Canberra:Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies Physical descrip: viii, p.
Annotation: Identification and description Linguistic diffusion in Arnhem Land book instances of diffusion of aspects of linguistic structure phonological morphological, morphosyntactic - among Nunggubuyu, Ngandi, Ritharngu and Warndarang.
Linguistic diffusion in Arnhem Land. Canberra: AIAS. Heine, Berndt & Tania Kuteva. The book contains 30 descriptive chapters dealing with a specific language contact situation. The. Linguistic diffusion in Arnhem Land. AIAT SIS, Canberra. Heath, J. A case of intensive lexical diffusion: Arnhem Land, Australia.
Langu In this book, Jan Blommaert. This short chapter prepares the reader for the presentation of Dixon's Equilibrium Model in Chapter 2. It informs on the diffusion of some basic social and other non-linguistic features of Australian societies and thus illustrates the assumption that language diffusion may coincide with the diffusion of cultural practices and cultural knowledge.
This book is an introduction to the subject, covering individual and societal multilingualism, the acquisition of two or more languages from birth, second language acquisition in adulthood, language change, linguistic typology, language processing and the structure of the language g: Arnhem Land.
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Linguistic Diffusion in Arnhem Land by J. Heath Linguistic Diffusion in Arnhem Land by J. Heath (pp. ) Review by: Alan Rumsey. Language, Culture and Society will be essential reading for all those interested in language and its crucial role in our social lives.
Reviews ' an enjoyable collection. an interesting and wide-ranging exploration of the ways in which linguists are expanding their horizons.'Missing: Arnhem Land. Title: Simple and compound verbs: conjugation by auxiliaries in Arnhem Land Source: Dixon, R.M.W.
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Forthcoming titles; New in paperback; New titles by subject; April ; March ; a Linguistic diffusion in Arnhem Land. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. A case of intensive lexical diffusion: Arnhem Land, Australia. Language – This book is a comprehensive introduction to the study of language contact and its outcomes, as well as the social and linguistic factors involved.
Provides a comprehensive introduction to the field of contact linguistics. Examines a wide range of language contact phenomena from both general linguistic and sociolinguistic perspectives.
This Kundjeyhmi dictionary allows anyone in the world to access this amazing part of Australia’s cultural heritage for free.
Download and explore today. Kundjeyhmi is one dialect of a chain or dialect group now collectively called Bininj Kunwok ‘The People’s Language’. A 'chain' means that each dialect is a bit different from its neighbours, but people can basically understand each. This paper investigates contact-induced grammatical changes that are observed among the Zhuang Tai-Kadai and Sinitic languages in the Central Southern Guangxi Region.
Following recent advances in the theoretical analysis of grammaticalization, this paper describes four uncommon grammaticalization processes that represent diffusion from Zhuang into several Sinitic languages.
A mother's group in Ngukurr, in south-east Arnhem Land, is taking on the challenge of translating much-loved children's books into language. Heath J. Linguistic diffusion in Arnhem Land. Canberra, Australia: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies; Heath J.
A case of intensive lexical diffusion: Arnhem Land, Australia. Langu –; Heath J. Verbal inflection and macro-subgroupings of Australian languages: the search for conjugation markers in non-Pama–Nyungan. The process of publishing the book was consistent with the Yolngu way and lore, Bentley notes.
More than people across seven language groups were involved, ranging from toddlers to nonagenarians. The book will be distributed to schools in Arnhem Land and among eight ranger programs and eventually be given to libraries across Australia.
There was contact between the Strait and Arnhem Land, first via a little Macassan traffic, and in the 20th century trepang and pearling luggers--which, unlike Arnhem Land canoes, have a rudder--were active in both Arnhem Land and TS.
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