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Academic Year 2013 (June 2013 - May 2014)

 

Syllostatistics (SU 18)

This report is a very short paper that was originally drafted in 2005. The researcher plans to put this out without many changes because it has been cited in other research. This proposed method provides assistance in lexical comparison for languages in Asia which have syllable based innovations.

 

Akha-Hani Survey Report (SU 20)

This report is a write-up of fieldwork among Akha and Hani dialects that took place during 1999-2001. There were one or more trips to China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam during this timeframe. This research was conducted in order to gain a broad overview of the dialects of the Akha and Hani speakers. The primary method of assessment included the collection wordlists and the researcher’s observation of the sociolinguistic situation. The wordlists were evaluated on the basis of lexical comparison to determine the general outlines of different speech varieties.

 

Lahu Survey Report (SU 21)

This report is a write-up of fieldwork among Lahu dialects that took place during 2001-2003. There were one or more trips to China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam during this timeframe. This research was conducted in order to gain a broad overview of the dialects of the Lahu speakers. The primary method of assessment included the collection wordlists and the researcher’s observation of the sociolinguistic situation. The wordlists were evaluated on the basis of lexical comparison to determine the general outlines of different speech varieties.

 

 

Sociolinguistic Survey of Stieng in Cambodia (SU 23)

Data for this project has already been collected and analyzed, however the report was never completed nor published. Since the bulk of the work and expense has already been done for this project, we hope to make the results available to interested partners soon.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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