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LINGUIST List 25.2339

Wed May 28 2014

TOC: JournaLIPP 3 (2014)

Editor for this issue: Andrew Lamont <alamontlinguistlist.org>

Date: 27-May-2014
From: Katharina Franko <katharina.frankolipp.lmu.de>
Subject: JournaLIPP Vol. 3 (2014)
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Publisher: LIPP
http://www.lipp.lmu.de

Journal Title: JournaLIPP
Volume Number: 3
Issue Number:
Issue Date: 2014


Subtitle: Gefährdete Sprachen - Endangered Languages


Main Text:

JournaLIPP No 3 (2014): Gefährdete Sprachen - Endangered Languages

The JournaLIPP is a regularly published online journal of the Graduate School Language & Literature - Class of Language and was founded within the framework of the former.

Gefährdete Sprachen – Einleitung
Patricia de Crignis, Melanie Eibl, Katharina Franko, Nikolas Koch
I-V

Endangered languages with millions of speakers: Focus on Quechua in Peru
Willem F.H. Adelaar
1-12

Sprachverlust und Spracherosion am Beispiel des Barossa-Deutschen (Australien)
Claudia Maria Riehl
13-26

German Sign Language (DGS) as an instance of an endangered language?
Ulrike Wrobel
27-37

Miyako-Ryukyuan and its contribution to linguistic diversity
Aleksandra Jarosz
39-55

Language documentation in the 21st century
Peter K. Austin
57-71

Maintaining linguistic diversity in Europe – lessons learned from the project ELDIA
Johanna Laakso
73-86

Bairisch nach Maß?
Melanie Eibl
87-99

Institutional Work of Regional Language Movements: Options for Intervention at the Regional Level Taken Brittany as an Example
Susanne Lesk
101-123


Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
                            Language Documentation

Subject Language(s): Bavarian (bar)
                            Breton (bre)
                            German (deu)
                            German Sign Language (gsg)
                            Miyako (mvi)

Language Family(ies): Finno-Ugric
                            Quechuan

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