Practical language development: Whose mission?

  title={Practical language development: Whose mission?},
  author={Lise M. Dobrin and J. Robert Good},
  pages={619 - 629}
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    Proceedings of the International Workshop on Digital Language Archives: LangArc 2021
  • 2021
Language archives are not only a valuable resource for language communities to tell their stories and to create lasting records of their ways of life, but also for those interested in anthropology,
Linguistic Fieldwork Contributing to Documentation
  • S. Chelliah
  • Sociology
    Why Language Documentation Matters
  • 2021
This chapter provides an overview of primary motivations for linguistic fieldwork, language description, and language documentation. The work of Franz Boas, Edward Sapir, Mary Haas, John Peabody
Organization of Knowledge and Information in Digital Archives of Language Materials
Abstract Language archives are repositories of language data: material about or in a set of languages, including audio and video recordings, transcriptions, translations, and linguistic annotations.
Reflections on a community-based approach to writing grammars of endangered African languages
Increasingly, there have been proposals for grammar writers to take into account the realities and needs of the community in order to produce grammars that can serve the interests of the native
A Typological and Areal Perspective of African Languages
  • B. Heine
  • Sociology
    The Cambridge Handbook of African Linguistics
  • 2019
African Languages and Human Language Technologies
African Languages in Urban Contexts
African Linguistics in Asia and Australia
Asian and Australian institutions with a research focus on African languages are of fairly recent vintage. Japan has a strong academic infrastructure devoted to African linguistics, based in several