The Vanishing Languages of the Pacific Rim (Oxford Linguistics)

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ContributionsOsahito Miyaoka (Editor), Osamu Sakiyama (Editor), Michael E. Krauss (Editor)
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Number of Pages548
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The vanishing languages of the Pacific rim. [Osahito Miyaoka; Osamu Sakiyama; Michael E Krauss;] -- In this work, the editors present a survey of the languages of the Pacific rim, a vast region containing the greatest typological and genetic diversity in the world.

The analyses range from the. This book presents the first comprehensive survey of the languages of the Pacific rim, a vast region containing the greatest typological and genetic diversity in the world. It includes the littoral regions of North and South America, Australasia, east and south-east Asia, and Japan, as well as the Pacific itself.

As its languages decline and disappear, sometimes without trace, this rich. As its languages decline and disappear, sometimes without trace, this rich linguistic heritage is rapidly eroding.

In The Vanishing Languages of the Pacific Rim distinguished scholars report on the current state of the region's languages and provides a critical survey of the current state of the region's languages.

He is a specialist in the Austronesian languages, working in Indonesia, Madagascar, Hainan, Micronesia and Papua New Guinea. His published work includes Studies of Minority Languages in the Western Pacific Rim () and Comparative and Historical Studies of Micronesian Languages ().Author: Osahito Miyaoka.

May 31,  · In The Vanishing Languages of the Pacific Rim distinguished scholars report on the current state of the region's languages and provides a critical survey of the current state of the region's languages.

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The Vanishing Languages of the Pacific Rim. Michael E. Krauss. Format Type: PDF. Download: Read Online: Download. In this work, the editors present a survey of the languages of the Pacific rim, a vast region containing the greatest. In this work, the editors present a survey of the languages of the Pacific rim, a vast region containing the greatest typological and genetic diversity in the world.

The analyses range from the regional to the local and focus on languages in a wide variety of social and ecological settings.

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Further reading. Bradley, David (). Languages of Mainland South-East Asia. In The Vanishing Languages of the Pacific Rim. Oxford University hamptonsbeachouse.comge family: Austroasiatic, AslianJahaicEasternMenriq. Leanne Hinton's recent research has focused on language revitalization of Native American languages.

She strongly supports interdisciplinary approaches to linguistics, and linguistic research that relates to community needs and interests, as well as to theory. Though retired, she remains active in. The Vanishing Languages of the Pacific Rim authors. Bradley, D ; publication date.

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Adelaar lists the Fuegian languages as the Kawésqar language, the Ona language and the Yaghan language in addition to Chono, Gününa Yajich (also known as Puelche), and the Tehuelche language (Adelaar and Mysken ).

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Krauss · Oxford University Press Aleut Number Agreement (pp. Languages of the Pacific coast of South America Aikhenvald, Alexandra () Languages of the Pacific coast of South America. In: Miyaoka, Osahito, Sakiyama, Osamu, and Krauss, Michael E., (eds.) The Vanishing Languages of the Pacific Rim.

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Krauss (editors) (Hardcover – ) Language Endangerment and Language Revitalization: an Introduction, by Tasaku Tsunoda (Paperback - February 1, ). Lean attained data from of the 1 languages recognised in the s, that is 74% of the languages.

The trustworthiness of this book lies largely in the methodology meticulously undertaken. The Vanishing Languages of the Pacific, ed. by Osahito Miyaoka and Michael E.

Krauss, Oxford: Oxford University Press, Book review of Language Atlas of China, ed. by Kitano Hiroaki, Endangered Languages of the Pacific Rim Project series. Suita: Faculty of Informatics, Osaka Gakuin University, Includes language documentation data about languages around the world that are in danger of becoming extinct.

Also includes an interactive map. Ethnologue Ethnologue contains information on 7, known living languages. hamptonsbeachouse.com Native Languages of the Americas. Polynesian Lexicon Project Online (POLLEX).

Aug 19,  · "The first comprehensive survey of the languages of the Pacific rim, a vast region containing the greatest typological and genetic diversity in the world.

It includes the littoral regions of North and South America, Australasia, east and south-east Asia, and Japan, as well as the Pacific itself."Author: Diane Shepelwich.

Dec 13,  · I haven’t read the book yet, but Sakiyama isn’t a crank; he co-edited The Vanishing Languages of the Pacific Rim for OUP. I think the mainstream position on Austronesian admixture is that it’s an intriguing idea but the evidence adduced so far isn’t sufficient to convince.

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The New Guinea region (as defined below) is one of the most linguistically diverse and complex areas in the world, with over 1, languages spoken in an area of aboutsquare km.

About three to four hundred languages spoken there belong to the Austronesian family. Other, non-Austronesian,languages are often referred to as “Papuan” (see Foley 1–3, 8; a; Dixon ).Cited by: 2.

Cambridge Core - Sociolinguistics - The Cambridge Handbook of Endangered Languages - edited by Peter K. Austin. Upon publication twenty-five years ago, Pidgin to Da Max became a best-seller and remains one today, with overcopies in print. The sequel, Pidgin to Da Max Hana Hou, also became a best-seller.

The anniversary edition combines the words and illustrations in those two collections in a 4/5(1). The Ainu language is classificated as language isolate, althought there exist several theories about a genetic relation. Some linguists suggest a relation to Altaic languages while others suggest a link to Indo-European languages.

Some similarities also exist with northern native american languages. ReferencesEthnicity: 15, Ainu people in Japan (no date).

The Pacific is historically an area of enormous linguistic diversity, where talk figures as a central component of social life.

Pacific communities also represent diverse contact zones, where between indigenous and introduced institutions and ideas; between local actors and outsiders; and involving different lingua franca, colonial, and local language varieties.

Hasta kan ika siglo, pigtataram man an mga tataramon na Ainu sa enterong kabangâ na Sur kan isla kan Sakhalin dangan mga sararadit na numero nin mga tawo sa mga isla nin hamptonsbeachouse.com ining tolóng mayoriyang mga diyalektos kaiba an 19 iba pang mga diyalektos kan mga tataramon na Ainu.

Sa Hokkaido lang na mga barayti an nakaligtas, an huring parataram kan Ainu na Sakhalin, nagadan kan. Information about Randy J. LaPolla's academic work (Luo Rendi/ 罗仁地 / 羅仁地) The Vanishing Languages of the Pacific, ed. by Osahito Miyaoka and Michael E. Krauss, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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