Documenting endangered languages has become a major goal in the linguistic sciences. This volume showcases recent developments in methodology, technology and analysis, drawing on experience gained in a global range of documentation projects. It illustrates the significance of documentary linguistics not only as a set of documentary practices, but as a scientific discipline in its own right.in LEXUS resembles more a kind of a#39;documentation dictionarya#39; (Corris et al. 2000: 1), a#39;ethnographic dictionarya#39; (Pawley 2001: 237) or a#39;lexical databasea#39; (Mosel 2011 :349), but not a a#39;maintenance (or ... (2000: 7) documentation dictionaries contain as much information as possible about a lexeme, so lexical entries can beanbsp;...
|Title||:||Documenting Endangered Languages|
|Author||:||Geoffrey Haig, Nicole Nau, Stefan Schnell, Claudia Wegener|
|Publisher||:||Walter de Gruyter - 2012-01-01|