We do not at the present time know how the language situation in a multilingual region such as South Asia will be affected by modern information and communication technologies: Will linguistic diversity be strengthened or weakened as they become increasingly prevalent in all walks of life? This volume brings together articles on South Asian descriptive linguistics and sociolinguistics, documentary linguistics, issues of intellectual and cultural property and fieldwork ethics, and language technology. The book provides the reader with some basic knowledge of the problems concerned and some directions from which solutions could be forthcoming.Grants GR/M70735, GR/N28542 and GR/R42429/01. The part-of-speech tagging of the Urdu ... names are used instead. This is distributed with the corpus and can also be viewed on the Internet at alt;http: //www.emille.lancs.ac.uk/manual.pdfagt;.
|Title||:||Lesser-Known Languages of South Asia|
|Author||:||Anju Saxena, Lars Borin|
|Publisher||:||Walter de Gruyter - 2006-01-01|