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The Oxford handbook of endangered languages /

de Rehg, Kenneth L. (edt.) ; Campbell, Lyle (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XXVI-946 p.) : ill., jaquette ill. en coul. ; 26 cm. Collection: Oxford handbooks in linguistics Édition: New York, NY : Oxford University Press; copyright 2018.ISBN: 9780190610029 (rel. sous jaquette).Contenu: "Le manuel d’Oxford sur les langues menacées, en 39 chapitres, est une ressource complète sur les langues menacées. Il élargit la compréhension de la langue en danger, de la documentation linguistique et de la revitalisation linguistique, et, ce faisant, il encourage la recherche et le soutien des langues menacées."Table des matières / Sommaire: P. IX : Foreword / Michael Krauss
P. 1 : Introduction / Lyle Campbell and Kenneth L. RehgPart I: Endangered Languages
P. 21 : The status of the world's endangered languages / Anna Belew and Sean Simpson
P. 48 : Assessing degrees of language endangerment / Nala H. Lee and John R. Van Way
P. 66 : Language contact and language endangerment / Sarah G. Thomason
P. 82 : Indigenous language rights-miner's canary or mariner's tern? / Teresa L. McCartyPart II: Language Documentation
P. 107 : The goals of language documentation / Richard Rhodes and Lyle Campbell
P. 123 : Documentation, linguistic typology, and formal grammar / Keren Rice
P. 147 : The design and implementation of documentation projects for spoken languages / Shobhana Chelliah
P. 168 : Endangered sign languages: An introduction / James Woodward
P. 203 : Design and implementation of collaborative language documentation projects / Racquel-María Sapién
P. 225 : Tools and technology for language documentation and revitalization / Keren Rice and Nick Thieberger
P. 248 : Corpus compilation and exploitation in language documentation projects / Ulrike Mosel
P. 271 : Writing grammars of endangered languages / Amber Camp, Lyle Campbell, Victoria Chen, Nala H. Lee, Matthew Lou-Magnuson, and Samantha Rarrick
P. 305 : Compiling dictionaries of endangered languages / Kenneth L. Rehg
P. 327 : Orthography design and implementation for endangered languages / Michael Cahill
P. 347 : Language archiving / Andrea L. Berez-Kroeker and Ryan E. Henke
P. 370 : Tools from the ethnography of communication for language documentation / Simeon Floyd
P. 399 : Language documentation in diaspora communities / Daniel Kaufman & Ross Perlin
P. 419 : Ethics in language documentation and revitalization / Jeff GoodPart III: Language Revitalization
P. 443 : Approaches to and strategies for language revitalization / Leanne Hinton
P. 466 : Comparative analysis in language revitalization practices: addressing the challenge / Gabriela Pérez Báez, Rachel Vogel, and Eve Okura Koller
P. 490 : The linguistics of language revitalization: Problems of acquisition and attrition / William O'Grady
P. 510 : New media for endangered languages / Laura Buszard-Welcher
P. 531 : Language recovery paradigms / Alan R. King
P. 553 : Myaamiaataweenki: Revitalization of a sleeping language / Daryl Baldwin and David J. Costa
P. 571 : Language revitalization in kindergarten: A case study of Truku Seediq language immersion / Apay Tang
P. 592 : Mâori: Revitalisation of an endangered language / Jeanette King
P. 613 : Language revitalization in Africa / Bonny Sands
P. 637 : Planning minority language maintenance: challenges and limitations / Sue WrightPart IV: Endangered Languages and Biocultural Diversity
P. 659 : Congruence between species and language diversity / David Harmon and Jonathan Loh
P. 683 : Sustaining biocultural diversity / Luisa Maffi
P. 701 : Traditional and local knowledge systems as language legacies critical for conservation / Will C. McClatchey
P. 720 : Climate change and its consequences for cultural and language endangerment / Christopher P. Dunn
P. 739 : Interdisciplinary language documentation / Gary Holton
P. 761 : Why lexical loss and culture death endanger science / Ian Mackenzie and Wade DavisPart V: Looking to the Future
P. 785 : Funding the documentation and revitalization of endangered languages / Susan Penfield
P. 803 : Teaching linguists to document endangered languages / Carol Genetti
P. 824 : Training language activists to support endangered languages / Nora C. England
P. 842 : Designing mobile applications for endangered languages / Steven Bird
P. 862 : Indigenous language use impacts wellness / Alice Taff, Melvatha Chee, Jaeci Hall, Millie Yéi Dulitseen Hall, Kawenniyóhstha Nicole Martin, Annie Johnston
P. 885 : Afterword / David Crystal
Sujet RAMEAU: Langues menacées | Préservation des langues | Renouveau linguistique | EthnolinguistiqueType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'Amériques
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Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index.

"Le manuel d’Oxford sur les langues menacées, en 39 chapitres, est une ressource complète sur les langues menacées. Il élargit la compréhension de la langue en danger, de la documentation linguistique et de la revitalisation linguistique, et, ce faisant, il encourage la recherche et le soutien des langues menacées."

P. IX Foreword / Michael Krauss P. 1 Introduction / Lyle Campbell and Kenneth L. Rehg Part I: Endangered Languages P. 21 The status of the world's endangered languages / Anna Belew and Sean Simpson P. 48 Assessing degrees of language endangerment / Nala H. Lee and John R. Van Way P. 66 Language contact and language endangerment / Sarah G. Thomason P. 82 Indigenous language rights-miner's canary or mariner's tern? / Teresa L. McCarty Part II: Language Documentation P. 107 The goals of language documentation / Richard Rhodes and Lyle Campbell P. 123 Documentation, linguistic typology, and formal grammar / Keren Rice P. 147 The design and implementation of documentation projects for spoken languages / Shobhana Chelliah P. 168 Endangered sign languages: An introduction / James Woodward P. 203 Design and implementation of collaborative language documentation projects / Racquel-María Sapién P. 225 Tools and technology for language documentation and revitalization / Keren Rice and Nick Thieberger P. 248 Corpus compilation and exploitation in language documentation projects / Ulrike Mosel P. 271 Writing grammars of endangered languages / Amber Camp, Lyle Campbell, Victoria Chen, Nala H. Lee, Matthew Lou-Magnuson, and Samantha Rarrick P. 305 Compiling dictionaries of endangered languages / Kenneth L. Rehg P. 327 Orthography design and implementation for endangered languages / Michael Cahill P. 347 Language archiving / Andrea L. Berez-Kroeker and Ryan E. Henke P. 370 Tools from the ethnography of communication for language documentation / Simeon Floyd P. 399 Language documentation in diaspora communities / Daniel Kaufman & Ross Perlin P. 419 Ethics in language documentation and revitalization / Jeff Good Part III: Language Revitalization P. 443 Approaches to and strategies for language revitalization / Leanne Hinton P. 466 Comparative analysis in language revitalization practices: addressing the challenge / Gabriela Pérez Báez, Rachel Vogel, and Eve Okura Koller P. 490 The linguistics of language revitalization: Problems of acquisition and attrition / William O'Grady P. 510 New media for endangered languages / Laura Buszard-Welcher P. 531 Language recovery paradigms / Alan R. King P. 553 Myaamiaataweenki: Revitalization of a sleeping language / Daryl Baldwin and David J. Costa P. 571 Language revitalization in kindergarten: A case study of Truku Seediq language immersion / Apay Tang P. 592 Mâori: Revitalisation of an endangered language / Jeanette King P. 613 Language revitalization in Africa / Bonny Sands P. 637 Planning minority language maintenance: challenges and limitations / Sue Wright Part IV: Endangered Languages and Biocultural Diversity P. 659 Congruence between species and language diversity / David Harmon and Jonathan Loh P. 683 Sustaining biocultural diversity / Luisa Maffi P. 701 Traditional and local knowledge systems as language legacies critical for conservation / Will C. McClatchey P. 720 Climate change and its consequences for cultural and language endangerment / Christopher P. Dunn P. 739 Interdisciplinary language documentation / Gary Holton P. 761 Why lexical loss and culture death endanger science / Ian Mackenzie and Wade Davis Part V: Looking to the Future P. 785 Funding the documentation and revitalization of endangered languages / Susan Penfield P. 803 Teaching linguists to document endangered languages / Carol Genetti P. 824 Training language activists to support endangered languages / Nora C. England P. 842 Designing mobile applications for endangered languages / Steven Bird P. 862 Indigenous language use impacts wellness / Alice Taff, Melvatha Chee, Jaeci Hall, Millie Yéi Dulitseen Hall, Kawenniyóhstha Nicole Martin, Annie Johnston P. 885 Afterword / David Crystal

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