≠Akhoe Hai//om

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WIMSA_visit
KG of Wimsa talking to the people about ID’s, birth certificates, etc. No sound the first 8:31 minutes, after that sound very soft.
HmToneFildw_CH
Tone data elicited from CH.
SE_AN_FE
Two subjects were asked to watch the staged events movie clips on a laptop and one person was asked to describe what he saw to the other. MPI Tasks Staged Events 00-26 AN and FE, bad light, hardly any interaction.
clapping_game
7 young men playing clapping game, big audience, lots of surrounding noise 10.20 – 12.00 explaining game to TW 12.00 game over 22.00 playing dominos 40.00 more background noise due to fooling around with other camera 45.55 change of camera perspective: people watching themselves in camera
Questions and Responses in =Akhoe Hai//om
This session contains the audio and video files of the examples used in the article Questions and Responses in =Akhoe Hai//om by Gertie Hoymann. Published in 2010 in The Journal of Pragmatics 42: 2726-2740. Abstract This paper examines =Ākhoe Hai//om, a Khoe language of the Khoisan family spoken in Northern Namibia. I document the way questions are posed in natural conversation, the actions the questions are used for and the manner in which they are responded to. I show that in this language speakers rely most heavily on content questions. I also find that speakers of =Ākhoe Hai//om address fewer questions to a specific individual than would be expected from prior research on Indo European languages. Finally, I discuss some possible explanations for these findings.
LEGO_Si_DV
Lego task Instruction: one person has the instructions for a Lego car, this person has to verbally instruct the other person how to build it. A big meddlesome audience is present. 00:00 – 39:10 Si and DV 17:00 “barrier” is removed Task ends and “communal play” starts.