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Tydykova AA - SnowGirl-FULL;
Documentation and Analysis of the Endangered Teleut Language, Spoken in south-west Siberia, Kemerovo Region, Russia.;
Tydykova AA - SnowGirl-FULL

ContributorDenis Tokmashev
ContributorTydykova AA
ContributorNadia Fedotova
ContributorAndrey Filchenko
Date2013
dc.date.accessioned2021-07-25T02:42:37Z
dc.date.available2021-07-25T02:42:37Z
Identifieroai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1034283
Identifierhttps://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1034283%2523
IdentifierELDP%20SG0277
dc.identifier.urihttps://linghub.org/handle/123456789/967007
DescriptionTeleut text
DescriptionTeleut
DescriptionThe project is aimed at field documentation, creation of an electronic lexicon and interlinearized/translated text corpus, and preliminary analysis of the endangered Bachatsky Teleut language, spoken in south-western Siberia in Russia. The number of proficient native speakers in Kemerovo region is reported to be approx. 100. Mostly they are people over 50 years old. The additional goal is to perform a more precise survey of the real number of proficient and semi-speakers left, and the degree of language endangerment (native tongue functional sphere and socio-linguistic makeup of the language community).
DescriptionTydykova Anastasija Andreevna Born 1935 in Chelukhoevo village, Belovo distict, Kemerovo region. Parents - Teleut. Monolingual Teleut before schoool. Son and grandson speak Teleut.
DescriptionТыдыкова Анастасия Андреевна д. Челухоево, Беловский район, Кемеровская область. Родился в 1935 году. Родители телеуты.
DescriptionTeleut biographical text collected in course of 2013-2014 field vists.
Formatapplication/pdf
Formatimage/jpeg
Formataudio/x-wav
PublisherTomsk Polytechnic University
PublisherAndrey Filchenko
SubjectNarrative
SubjectDiscourse
SubjectUnspecified
TitleDocumentation and Analysis of the Endangered Teleut Language, Spoken in south-west Siberia, Kemerovo Region, Russia.
TitleTydykova AA - SnowGirl-FULL
TypeImage
TypeAudio
TypeDocument
dcterms.contributorDenis Tokmashev
dcterms.contributorTydykova AA
dcterms.contributorNadia Fedotova
dcterms.contributorAndrey Filchenko
dcterms.coverageRussian Federation
dcterms.date2013
dcterms.descriptionTeleut text
dcterms.descriptionTeleut
dcterms.descriptionThe project is aimed at field documentation, creation of an electronic lexicon and interlinearized/translated text corpus, and preliminary analysis of the endangered Bachatsky Teleut language, spoken in south-western Siberia in Russia. The number of proficient native speakers in Kemerovo region is reported to be approx. 100. Mostly they are people over 50 years old. The additional goal is to perform a more precise survey of the real number of proficient and semi-speakers left, and the degree of language endangerment (native tongue functional sphere and socio-linguistic makeup of the language community).
dcterms.descriptionTydykova Anastasija Andreevna Born 1935 in Chelukhoevo village, Belovo distict, Kemerovo region. Parents - Teleut. Monolingual Teleut before schoool. Son and grandson speak Teleut.
dcterms.descriptionТыдыкова Анастасия Андреевна д. Челухоево, Беловский район, Кемеровская область. Родился в 1935 году. Родители телеуты.
dcterms.descriptionTeleut biographical text collected in course of 2013-2014 field vists.
dcterms.formatapplication/pdf
dcterms.formatimage/jpeg
dcterms.formataudio/x-wav
dcterms.identifieroai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1034283
dcterms.identifierhttps://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1034283%2523
dcterms.identifierELDP%20SG0277
dcterms.publisherTomsk Polytechnic University
dcterms.publisherAndrey Filchenko
dcterms.subjectNarrative
dcterms.subjectDiscourse
dcterms.subjectUnspecified
dcterms.titleDocumentation and Analysis of the Endangered Teleut Language, Spoken in south-west Siberia, Kemerovo Region, Russia.
dcterms.titleTydykova AA - SnowGirl-FULL
dcterms.typeImage
dcterms.typeAudio
dcterms.typeDocument
CoverageRussian Federation


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