Eastern Varieties of Indonesian (Kupang Malay, Ternate Malay, Papua Malay)

DATA SET NAME: Middle Indonesia - Kupang PROJECT NAME: Middle Indonesia Project PROJECT DESCRIPTION: A sociolinguistic study of the emerging middle class of Indonesia, including transcibed recordings. Target locations were Kupang, Ternate, and Pontianak. Sponsored by the Netherlands Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology. A joint project with Yale. Run between 2008 and 2011. HOW TO CITE: Tadmor, Uri, Joe Errington, Betty Litamahuputty, and Bradley Taylor, 2011. Linguistic Database of the Middle Indonesia Project. A joint project of the Department of Linguistics, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology and Yale University. ------------------------------------ Jakarta...
DATA SET NAME: Middle Indonesia - Ternate PROJECT NAME: Middle Indonesia Project PROJECT DESCRIPTION: A sociolinguistic study of the emerging middle class of Indonesia, including transcibed recordings. Target locations were Kupang, Ternate, and Pontianak. Sponsored by the Netherlands Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology. A joint project with Yale. Run between 2008 and 2011. HOW TO CITE: Tadmor, Uri, Joe Errington, Betty Litamahuputty, and Bradley Taylor, 2011. Linguistic Database of the Middle Indonesia Project. A joint project of the Department of Linguistics, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology and Yale University. ------------------------------------ Jakarta...
DATA SET NAME: Papuan Malay DATA SET DESCRIPTION: A corpus of naturalistic speech from Papuan Malay. PROJECT NAME: Papuan Malay PROJECT DESCRIPTION: A corpus of naturalistic speech from Papuan Malay. HOW TO CITE: Gil, David, 2015. Papuan Malay. A joint project of the Department of Linguistics, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology and Universitas Negeri Papua, Manokwari. ------------------------------------ Jakarta Field Station, Department of Linguistics, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, 1999-2015. From 1999 to 2015, the Department of Linguistics of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (MPI-EVA), under the directorship of Bernard Comrie,...
DATA SET NAME: Tapaleuk DATA SET DESCRIPTION: Tapaleuk is the name of a column published daily in the Pos Kupang, a newspaper in Kupang. The language is Kupang Malay and they are written by various authors. PROJECT NAME: Tapaleuk PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Tapaleuk is the name of a daily column found on the second page of Pos Kupang, a newspaper published in Kupang, Timor, Indonesia. Paul Bolla, a local journalist, started the column in 1992, which is written in Kupang Malay (also named Bahasa Kupang, Kupang language), a Malay-based creole spoken in and around the city of Kupang by approximately 220,000 native speakers and tens of thousands of second-language speakers (Jacob and Grimes 2006)....
DATA SET NAME: Ternate Malay (Caken) PROJECT NAME: Ternate Malay 1 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Ternate Malay language data has been collected during fieldwork trips to Ternate between 1994-1996. The fieldwork was part of a doctoral research project at the Research School CNWS, Leiden University, Netherlands which started in 1992. The project was conducted by Betty Litamahuputty who published the results in a PhD thesis, entitled "Ternate Malay: Grammar and Texts" in 2012. The recordings were made with speakers of various backgrounds for whom Ternate Malay was their first language. Almost all recordings were made in Salero Pantai in Ternate; TerMal- 19940728-Wanda was recorded in...
DATA SET NAME: Ternate Malay (other) PROJECT NAME: Ternate Malay 2 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Ternate Malay language data has been collected during fieldwork trips to Ternate between 1994-1996. The fieldwork was part of a doctoral research project at the Research School CNWS, Leiden University, Netherlands which started in 1992. The project was conducted by Betty Litamahuputty who published the results in a PhD thesis, entitled "Ternate Malay: Grammar and Texts" in 2012. The recordings were made with speakers of various backgrounds for whom Ternate Malay was their first language. Almost all recordings were made in Salero Pantai in Ternate; TerMal- 19940728-Wanda was recorded in...

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[author(s)] (1994 - 2011). Item "Eastern Varieties of Indonesian (Kupang Malay, Ternate Malay, Papua Malay)" in collection "MPI EVA corpora". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/a27657b1-e590-43ec-b04d-59de7130f44f. (Accessed 2024-05-24)

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