Socio-Linguistic Survey of the Kaluli Language

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Date:
1991
Date Created:
1991
Extent:
23 pages
Publication Status:
Preprint
Table of Contents:
I. Introduction..............1 II. General Information.......2 A. Language Name and Classification B. Language Location C. Population D. Accessibility and Transport III. Churches and Missions.................8 A. History of Work in the Area B. Present Pastors C. Facilities D. Church Language Use E. Spiritual Life F. Summary IV. Schools.................................11 A. Location and Enrollment B. Staff C. Academic Achievement D. Attitude Toward the Vernacular V. Facilities and Economics...............................13 A. Supply Needs B. Medical Needs C. Commercial Ventures VI. Traditional Culture...............................16 A. Material Evidences B. Social Practices VII. Materials in or about the Language.......................18 A. Linguistic Articles B. Anthropological Articles C. Materials written in Kaluli D. Other Publications VIII. Preliminary Phonological Analysis.............................20 A. Phone Charts B. Phonemes C. Allophones D. Consonant-Vowel Patterns of Syllables E. Nasalization F. Tone and Stress IX. Lexicostatistical Data.................23 A. Methodology B. Assumed Cognates C. Interpretation X. Linguistic Relationships to Neighboring Languages................................25 A. General Observations B. Lexicostatistical Comparison C. Language Use between Kaluli and Kasua XI. Language Use Description............26 XII.Language Attitude...................28 XIII. Recommendations...................28 A. Translation/Literacy Potential B. Type of Program C. Allocation Site Bibliography Appendix 1 - Important Contacts Appendix 2 - Word list Appendix 3 - Map of walking distances Appendix 4 - PAAD
Country:
Papua New Guinea
Subject Languages:
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Work Type:
Subject:
Sociolinguistic survey
Sociolinguistics
Kasua
Kaluli
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Entry Number:
52740