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LINGUIST List 21.1721

Thu Apr 08 2010

Qs: Modified: Online Navajo Language Survey

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        1.    Kelly Berkson, Modified: Online Navajo Language Survey

Message 1: Modified: Online Navajo Language Survey
Date: 08-Apr-2010
From: Kelly Berkson <kelly764ku.edu>
Subject: Modified: Online Navajo Language Survey
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Editor's Note: This is a reposting of LINGUIST Issue 21.1635 (URL:
http://linguistlist.org/issues/21/21-1635.html), in which the link to the survey
was inadvertently broken. If you would like to participate in the survey, please
visit the link in this message.

Greetings all,

I am seeking participants for an online Navajo language survey, which
can be found at:


This is a shortened version of a previous survey, and it investigates
sibilant harmony in Navajo (as reflected by usage of the first person
possessive morpheme, which appears as shi- most of the time but
sometimes harmonizes and surfaces as si-).

The survey involves grammaticality judgments on the possessed forms
of 75 nouns, and should take less than 30 minutes to complete. Please
feel free to distribute the link and my contact info widely, and don't
hesitate to contact me if you would like any additional details.

All best wishes,

Kelly Harper Berkson
University of Kansas
Departments of Linguistics and Global Indigenous Nations Studies

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology

Subject Language(s): Navajo (nav)

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