2 edition of comparitive study of some central African Gong languages. found in the catalog.
comparitive study of some central African Gong languages.
J. F. Carrington
Thesis(Ph.D.) - University of London, 1947.
|Series||Me moires / Institut Royal Colonial Belge. Section des Sciences morales et politiques -- v.18, fasc. 3|
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Get this from a library. A comparative study of some Central African gong-languages. [John F Carrington]. Carrington J.
A Comparative Study of some Central African Gong-Languages, (Institut Royal Colonial Beige. Section des Sciences Morales et Politiques. - Mémoires. Collection in 8°. Tome XVIII, fase. 3.) pp. With 3 plates and 1 map.
Bruxelles Librairie Falk fils. Der Autor beschäftigt sich in der vorliegenden Arbeit * mit Fragen der Gestaltung. 0Reviews. This advanced historical linguistics course book deals with the historical and comparative study of African languages.
The first part functions as an elementary introduction to the. Historical Linguistics and the Comparative Study of African Languagesis a valuable tool for teachers and students, an important reference for other scholars and researchers, as well as a beautiful testimony to the stories of African languages, and to the inquiring mind and rigorous scholarship of the author.
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ISBNMaureen Warner-Lewis's pioneering study analyses some of the main lineaments of the Central African cultural legacy in the Caribbean, with fascinating transatlantic comparative data. The former is aimed at students pursuing advanced study in the linguistic analysis of African (and especially Bantu) languages.
The latter was written specifically for an African audience Jan 2Mervyn C. Alleyne, Comparative Afro-American: An Historical-Comparative Study of English- based Afro-American Dialects of the New World (Ann Arbor, ). 3See William J. Samarin, "Language in the Colonization of Central Africa, ," Canadian Journal of African Studies (forthcoming).
Teachers and students who will teach or study Igbo language will find this very beneficial. SCOPE OF STUDY This study on the comparative study of the sound system of the Umuchu dialect and standard Igbo captures identifiable sounds in the dialect and language bringing out the vowel and consonant sounds, and also the tones.
John F. Carrington (21 March – 24 December ) was an English missionary who spent large part of his life in the Belgian Congo. He became fluent in the Kele language and in the related talking drum form of communication, and wrote a book titled "The Talking Drums of Africa".
Central Africa in the Caribbean is the product of more than three decades of research. Maureen Warner-Lewis’s pioneering study analyses some of the main lineaments of the Central African cultural legacy in the Caribbean, with fascinating transatlantic comparative s: 4. comparative study of African languages were not to reveal certain novelties, one might still question the usefulness of another textbook on the comparative method.
An attempt has been made here to present a critical assessment of some current views in historical linguistics and to formulate a kind of research agenda spelling out.
African Gong is a Pan-African Network for the Popularization of Science & Technology, and Science Communication in is developed with the strategic support of the UNESCO Africa Region.
It aims to create a strategic platform from which Africa can contribute to global structures and institutional capacities for the advancement of science communication, science and society studies and.
Book Description. This volume focuses on language planning in the Cameroon, Sudan and Zimbabwe, explaining the linguistic diversity, historical and political contexts, current language situation (including language-in-education planning), the role of the media, the role of religion and the roles of non-indigenous languages.
The intended audience of this book Anyone producing a book about this mass of languages has inevit-ably to make certain choices. There are older introductions to African languages in English (Berry and GreenbergWelmersGregersen ), there are volumes that deal with some but not all African languages (BenderBendor.
Comparative research studies in Western as well as in Eastern Europe are covered in both parts of the book. This book will be useful to students of comparative education as it presents pertinent examples of how empirical methods can be employed in dealing with central problems in education.
This book is the first general introduction to African languages and linguistics to be published in English. It covers the four major language groupings (Niger-Congo, Nilo-Saharan, Afroasiatic and Khoisan), the core areas of modern theoretical linguistics (phonology, morphology, syntax), typology, sociolinguistics, comparative linguistics, and language, history and s: 4.
Read this book on Questia. The present volume is an expanded and extensively revised version of the author's Studies in African Linguistic Classification (referred to as SALC throughout) which appeared in The former work was in turn a photo offset of eight articles which appeared in the Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, ();,This book is an introduction to African languages and linguistics, covering typology, structure and sociolinguistics.
It covers language typology, linguistic structures and sociolinguistic issues. Basic concepts are explained for undergraduates and non-specialists, but each chapter also provides an overview of the state of the art in its field. Finally, another important goal of this book is to ‘introduce the reader to some of the fascination and even to some of the controversy involved in African linguistics’ (ix).
Ch. 1 discusses reasons for studying African languages and offers an interesting historical background to the general study of African languages. "AHERO is an open access archive of texts that focus on the study, practice and governance of higher education in Africa.
The collection includes research reports, journal articles, conference papers, book chapters, working papers, booklets, and policy documents.".Central Africa in the Caribbean is the product of more than three decades of research. Maureen Warner-Lewis’s pioneering study analyses some of the main l.