Case in Africa (Oxford Linguistics)


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She was totally convinced that a linguist must help speakers of the languages of her research to produce texts in their languages. Her unpublished work is being edited by Roger Blench. She was brought up a Methodist , but became a Quaker in the early s, and subsequently took peace activism very seriously. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kay Williamson. The Guardian.

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Retrieved Archived from the original on February 23, This broad scope and the quality of the articles contained within holds out the promise of continued advancement in linguistic research on African languages. Travis Major is a Ph. He is interested in syntax, semantics, field linguistics, and language documentation.


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He conducts research on Lower-Cross languages in Nigeria, as well as Turkic languages. His areas of research include syntactic theory, morphology, field linguistics, language documentation, African linguistics the languages of West Africa, in particular , and Meso-American linguistics.

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Phil Duncan is a Lecturer at the University of Kansas, where he teaches courses on syntax, typology, linguistic anthropology, language revitalization, and general linguistics. His research focuses on syntax and its interfaces with semantics and morphology. We log anonymous usage statistics. Please read the privacy information for details. Chapters Linguistic complexity A case study from Swahili.

Chapter 1. Inter-party insults in political discourse in Ghana A critical discourse analysis.

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Chapter 2. Chapter 3. What about Southern African story grammar? Promoting language specific macrostructures in educational settings. Chapter 4. How multilingual policies can fail Language politics among Ethiopian political parties. Chapter 5. Linguistic imperialism and language decolonisation in Africa through documentation and preservation.

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