Essentials of Language Documentation
Jost Gippert, Nikolaus P. Himmelmann, Ulrike Mosel
Walter de Gruyter, Aug 22, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 434 pages
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Chapter 3 Fieldwork and community language work
Chapter 4 Data and language documentation
Chapter 5 The ethnography of language and language documentation
Chapter 6 Documenting lexical knowledge
Chapter 7 Prosody in language documentation
Chapter 8 Ethnography in language documentation
Chapter 10 The challenges of segmenting spoken language
Chapter 11 Orthography development
Chapter 12 Sketch grammar
Chapter 13 Archiving challenges
Chapter 14 Linguistic documentation and the encoding of textual materials
Mobilizing language documentation with multimedia
Chapter 9 Linguistic annotation