Sociolinguistic survey of the Omotic languages Sheko and Yem

Statement of Responsibility:
Yilma, Aklilu, Ralph Siebert and Kati Siebert
Date:
2002
Abstract:

This report presents findings from a survey of the Sheko, Nayi (Na'o), and Yem Districts. The field work was carried out from December 7 to 17, 1993. The main purpose of this trip was to gather sociolinguistic data on bilingualism, language use, and language attitudes in Sheko and Yem Districts. This report mainly contains the evaluation of the answers to the sociolinguistic questionnaires and word lists of Yemsa and the Yemsa languages Fofa and Toba.

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26 pages
Subject:
Sociolinguistics
Language surveys
Country:
Ethiopia
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