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Documentation of Eibela;
The coming of the Filiso transcription;
ailoa0154;
Documentation of Eibela;
The coming of the Filiso transcription

ContributorGrant
ContributorStalone
Date2013-04-03
dc.date.accessioned2021-07-25T09:42:14Z
dc.date.available2021-07-25T09:42:14Z
Identifieroai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1050488
IdentifierSG0388
Identifierhttps://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1050488%2523
dc.identifier.urihttps://linghub.org/handle/123456789/1023035
DescriptionDate of birth is approximate.
DescriptionStalone is an Eibela man living in Lake Campbell. Grant Aiton is a PhD researcher transcribing the story in order to research the Eibela language.
DescriptionPhD Researcher conducting research on the Eibela language
DescriptionThis is the recording of the transcription process of session ailot0153 along with the resulting hand written transcription and a typed text version of this transcription.
DescriptionThis project consists in the documentation of Eibela, also called Aimele (ISO-639 AIL), as part of a PhD project at James Cook University which will ultimately result in a grammar of the language along with a dictionary and a corpus of texts. Eibela is a severely endangered language with 300 speakers in Lake Campbell, Western Province in Papua New Guinea.
DescriptionThe complete hand-written transcription is provided as a scanned pdf of the researcher's field notebook as well as a text file containing the typed version of this transcription. The audio recording is of discussions had with Stalone during the translation and transcription of session ailot0153.
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Formatapplication/pdf
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PublisherGrant Aiton
PublisherJames Cook University
SubjectTranscription
SubjectDiscourse
SubjectEnglish
SubjectAimele
Titleailoa0154
TitleDocumentation of Eibela
TitleThe coming of the Filiso transcription
TypeAudio
dcterms.contributorGrant
dcterms.contributorStalone
dcterms.coveragePapua New Guinea
dcterms.date2013-04-03
dcterms.descriptionDate of birth is approximate.
dcterms.descriptionStalone is an Eibela man living in Lake Campbell. Grant Aiton is a PhD researcher transcribing the story in order to research the Eibela language.
dcterms.descriptionPhD Researcher conducting research on the Eibela language
dcterms.descriptionThis is the recording of the transcription process of session ailot0153 along with the resulting hand written transcription and a typed text version of this transcription.
dcterms.descriptionThis project consists in the documentation of Eibela, also called Aimele (ISO-639 AIL), as part of a PhD project at James Cook University which will ultimately result in a grammar of the language along with a dictionary and a corpus of texts. Eibela is a severely endangered language with 300 speakers in Lake Campbell, Western Province in Papua New Guinea.
dcterms.descriptionThe complete hand-written transcription is provided as a scanned pdf of the researcher's field notebook as well as a text file containing the typed version of this transcription. The audio recording is of discussions had with Stalone during the translation and transcription of session ailot0153.
dcterms.formattext/plain
dcterms.formatapplication/pdf
dcterms.formataudio/x-wav
dcterms.identifieroai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1050488
dcterms.identifierSG0388
dcterms.identifierhttps://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1050488%2523
dcterms.publisherGrant Aiton
dcterms.publisherJames Cook University
dcterms.subjectTranscription
dcterms.subjectDiscourse
dcterms.subjectEnglish
dcterms.subjectAimele
dcterms.titleailoa0154
dcterms.titleDocumentation of Eibela
dcterms.titleThe coming of the Filiso transcription
dcterms.typeAudio
CoveragePapua New Guinea


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