Sociolinguistic survey report for the Maraka-Jula ethnic group

Statement of Responsibility:
Harrison, Annette and Byron Harrison
Series Issue:
2001-003
Date:
2001
Part Of Series:
SIL Electronic Survey Reports 2001-003
Extent:
27 pages
Abstract:

The following is a report of a sociolinguistic survey conducted among the Maraka-Jula of western Burkina Faso by Anne-Marie Giminez, Béatrice Tiendrébéogo, Zanga Traoré, and Byron and Annette Harrison. The first trip to the language area took place in February 1996, and the second trip took place in May of the same year. The survey had as its primary purpose to gather basic sociolinguistic information about the people calling themselves Maraka-Jula.

Publication Status:
Published
Country:
Burkina Faso
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Subject:
Sociolinguistics
Language surveys
Nature of Work:
Entry Number:
9089
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