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Endangered Language Bibliography


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Bibliography on Language Endangerment
Compiler: Tasaku Tsunoda

Version of 24 June 2002 

This bibliography deals with topics or works such as the following:

    1.general works on language endangerment; 
    2.collections of papers on language endangerment; 
    3.history of language endangerment; 
    4.degree of language endangerment; 
    5.language endangerment situations in various parts of the world; 
    6.approaches to language endangerment; 
    7.language death; 
    8.socio-economic background of language endangerment; 
    9.sociolinguistic aspects of endangered languages; 
   10.structural changes in endangered languages; 
   11.value of cultural and linguistic heritage; 
   12.language maintenance, language revival, language education; 
   13.language policy, language planning, and; 
   14.role and ethics of researchers. 

This bibliography does not contain descriptions or grammars of individual languages, apart from a small number of exceptions.
 

Abbi, Anvita. 1995. Language contact and language restructuring: a case study of tribal languages in Central India. International Journal of the Sociology
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Adelaar, Willem F.H. 1991. The endangered languages problem: South America. In Robert H. Robins and Eugenius M. Uhlenbeck (eds.) Endangered
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Adelaar, Willem F.H. 1998. The endangered situation of native languages in South America. In Kazuto Matsumura (ed.), Studies in endangered
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Adelaar, Willem F.H. 2001. Descriptive linguistics and the standardization of newly described languages. In Osamu Sakiyama (ed.), Lectures on
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Adley-SantaMaria, Bernadette. 1997. White Mountain Apache language: issues in language shift, textbook development, and native speaker-university
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University.

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Almasude, Amar. 1999. The new mass media and the shaping of Amazigh identity. In Jon Reyhner et al. (eds.), Revitalizing indigenous languages,
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Alpher, Barry. 1993. Out-of-the-ordinary ways of using a language. In Michael Walsh and Colin Yallop (eds.), Language and culture in Aboriginal
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Amery, Bob. 1994. Heritage and second language programs. In Deborah Hartman and John Henderson (eds.), Aboriginal languages in education,
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Amery, Rob. 2000. Warrabarna Kaurna!: reclaiming an Australian language. Lisse: Swets and Zeitlinger.

Andersen, Roger W. 1989. The "up" and "down" staircase in secondary language development. In Nancy C. Dorian (ed.), Investigating obsolescence[:]
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Anderson, Stephen R. 1977. On the mechanisms by which languages become ergative. In Charles N. Li (ed.), Mechanisms of syntactic change, 317-63.
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Anderson, T. 1971. Matanza. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Anderton, Alice. 1997. The Wordpath Show. In Jon Reyhner (ed.), Teaching indigenous languages, 222-227. Flagstaff, Arizona: Center for Excellence
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