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Community Collaborations: Best practices for North American Indigenous language documentation Open Access
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Penfield, Susan D.
Tucker, Benjamin V.
Hill, Johnny Jr.
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Southern Paiute language
Chemehuevi Southern Paiute dialect
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This article describes a collaborative project for language documentation involving the North American indigenous languages of Mohave and Chemehuevi. We define the essential elements of field methods and of project design while proposing a basic model for collaborative community-based projects in language documentation. Our recommendations apply to community-based projects in North American indigenous communities; however, we anticipate that they will be extendable worldwide to others working in the field of language documentation.
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Penfield, S.D., Serratos, A., Tucker, B.V., Flores, A., Harper, G., Hill, J. Jr. & Vasquez, N. (2008). Community Collaborations: Best practices for North American Indigenous language documentation. International Journal for the Sociology of Language, 191, 187–202. doi: 10.1515/IJSL.2008.029
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