Javanese (various dialects)

DATA SET NAME: Banten PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been the focus of most major linguistic studies of Javanese. However, with...
DATA SET NAME: Banten Javanese PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been the focus of most major linguistic studies of Javanese....
DATA SET NAME: Banyumas DATA SET DESCRIPTION: This project describes phonetic and phonological features unique to the dialect of Banyumas, including phonemic inventories and phonological realizations. For example, the vowel /a/ in final position is pronounced as [a] like in the word apa 'what' which is pronounced as [apa]. In most other dialects, there is vowel raising and vowel harmony which affects final [a], but they are not present in Banyumas. In another salient example, particularly given the widespread prevalence of final devoicing in western Indonesian languages, the consonant /g/ in final position does not undergo devoicing, and so is pronounced [g], like in the word...
DATA SET NAME: Cirebon PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been the focus of most major linguistic studies of Javanese. However, with...
DATA SET NAME: Javanese Dialects PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been the focus of most major linguistic studies of Javanese....
DATA SET NAME: Kediri DATA SET DESCRIPTION: Madiun – Kediri (including Nganjuk) is one of the 'non-standard' Javanese dialects. Madiun, Nganjuk, and Kediri are located on the western side of East Java Province, near the border between East Java and Central Java. This geographical condition to some extent influences the use of Javanese in Madiun – Kediri. And it is this fact, the location of the MK dialect on the border between the two larger dialects of general East and Central Javanese that is the primary goal of this particular project. In general, the people of Madiun – Kediri use two speech levels of Javanese, these are ngoko (low) and kromo (high). Every child is taught by...
DATA SET NAME: Lumajang PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been the focus of most major linguistic studies of Javanese. However,...
DATA SET NAME: Madiun DATA SET DESCRIPTION: Madiun – Kediri (including Nganjuk) is one of the 'non-standard' Javanese dialects. Madiun, Nganjuk, and Kediri are located on the western side of East Java Province, near the border between East Java and Central Java. This geographical condition to some extent influences the use of Javanese in Madiun – Kediri. And it is this fact, the location of the MK dialect on the border between the two larger dialects of general East and Central Javanese that is the primary goal of this particular project. In general, the people of Madiun – Kediri use two speech levels of Javanese, these are ngoko (low) and kromo (high). Every child is taught by...
DATA SET NAME: Malang PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been the focus of most major linguistic studies of Javanese. However, with...
DATA SET NAME: Ngadas PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been the focus of most major linguistic studies of Javanese. However, with...
DATA SET NAME: Osing DATA SET DESCRIPTION: The Osing dialect is on the peripheral Javanese dialects. The Osing people live in Banyuwangi Province, which is located in the far southeast of East Java, across the strait from Bali. The Osing people actually were the original inhabitants of Banyuwangi. However, now they occupy only a few parts of Banyuwangi. Most Osing people live to the South of the city of Banyuwangi until Rogojampi. The Osing people who live in the city are usually those are married to non-native people from Nganjuk, Kediri or Madiun. The goal of the Osing dialect project is to provide a naturalistic corpus database of the Osing dialect taken from Osing native speakers...
DATA SET NAME: Papuan Javanese PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been the focus of most major linguistic studies of Javanese....
DATA SET NAME: Pemalang DATA SET DESCRIPTION: The Pemalang dialect is phonologically the most conservative dialect of Javanese. Its vowel system closely resembles that recorded in old manuscripts: final /a/ did not change to /o/, and the two mid vowels did not split into high and low varieties. The original initial /b/ is also preserved in many words where it changed to /w/ in other dialects. Sociolinguistically, too, the dialect is archaic in never having developed speech levels, the hallmark of central Javanese. PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese...
DATA SET NAME: Ranupane PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been the focus of most major linguistic studies of Javanese. However,...
DATA SET NAME: Semarang PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been the focus of most major linguistic studies of Javanese. However,...
DATA SET NAME: Solo DATA SET DESCRIPTION: Recordings made in Solo, Java by Joe Errington. PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been...
DATA SET NAME: Suroso PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been the focus of most major linguistic studies of Javanese. However, with...
DATA SET NAME: Tegal PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been the focus of most major linguistic studies of Javanese. However, with...
DATA SET NAME: Tengger DATA SET DESCRIPTION: Recordings made in Tengger, Java by Luke. PROJECT NAME: Javanese Dialectology PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Javanese mapping project is concerned with documenting and analyzing various aspects of a number of different Javanese dialects. 'Standard Javanese' is based on the dialects of Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta (Yogya) in Central Java and DIY respectively. The dialects of these 'exemplary centers' provide the basis for most grammars and dictionaries, and is what is uniformly taught throughout the three provinces where Javanese is the majority language, Central Java, East Java, and DIY. This standard language has also been the...

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[author(s)]. (1980 - 2012). Item "Javanese (various dialects)" in collection "MPI EVA corpora". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0022-8651-8. (Accessed 2022-05-17)

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