A Rapid Appraisal Survey of Bamali

Statement of Responsibility:
Grant, Caroline A
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Series Issue:
2007-009
Date:
2007
Publisher:
SIL International
Part Of Series:
SIL Electronic Survey Reports 2007-009
Extent:
13 pages
Abstract:

In 1993, the author and two others conducted a Rapid Appraisal survey of Bamali village in the North West Province of Cameroon. The population of this village was estimated to be 4,500. Although other languages are also spoken in village, the Bamali language is used in all domestic domains by adults and children alike. There does seem to be a significant number of non-Bamali people living in the village. A wordlist was taken and interviews were conducted with individuals, with church leaders, and with a group of people together with the Fon of Bamali. [This report has not been peer reviewed.]

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Published
Country:
Cameroon
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Subject:
Language surveys
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Entry Number:
9237
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