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A Grammar of Diyari, South Australia
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Non-configurationality in Australian aboriginal languages
The syntax of the Australian Aboriginal language Warlpiri has led to two opposing models of non-configurationality: a dual structure hypothesis, which abandons the projection principle for aExpand
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The Cambridge handbook of endangered languages
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It is generally agreed that about 7,000 languages are spoken across the world today and at least half may no longer be spoken by the end of this century. Expand
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Switch-Reference in Australia
A number of Australian Aboriginal languages have syntactic mechanisms which can be analysed as instances of 'switch-reference'. These languages have verb suffixes indicating whether or not theExpand
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Word order in a free word order language : the case of Jiwarli.
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The central Australian Aboriginal language Warlpiri has been made famous in the linguistic literature as ‘non-configurational’ as a result of the analysis of its morphosyntax arising from research by Ken Hale. Expand
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Dying to be counted: the commodification of endangered languages in documentary linguistics 1
Over the past several years, sociolinguists and linguistic anthropologists have settled into a vibrant scholarly critique of the ‘discourse of language endangerment,’ an ideologically chargedExpand
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Classification of lake Eyre Languages.
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Lexical Functional Grammar
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Lexical functional grammar (LFG) is a theory of language structure dealing with the syntax, morphology, and semantics of natural languages. Expand
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Developing Interactive Knowledgebases for Australian Aboriginal Languages — Malyangapa
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This paper is a description of an interactive database model which I have developed to describe and analyse data on Australian Aboriginal languages. Expand
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