Readings: Ethical Issues in Language Documentation, Language Maintenance, Language Revival, Linguistic Fieldwork, and Psycholinguistics

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Beauchamp, Tom L. & James F. Childress. 2001. Principles of biomedical ethics. New York: Oxford University Press.

Bowern, Claire. 2008. Linguistic fieldwork: a practical guide. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bowern, Claire. 2010. Fieldwork and the IRB: A snapshot. Language 86(4). 897–905.

Bowern, Claire & Natasha Warner. 2015. ‘Lone wolves’ and collaboration: A reply to Crippen & Robinson (2013). Language Documentation & Conservation 9. 59–85.

Cameron, Deborah, Elizabeth Frazer, Penelope Harvey, M. B. H. Rampton & Kay Richardson. 1992. Researching language: Issues of power and method. London: Routledge.

Cameron, Deborah, Elizabeth Frazer, Penelope Harvey, M. B. H. Rampton & Kay Richardson. 1993. Ethics, advocacy and empowerment: Issues of method in researching language. Language and Communication 13(2). 81–94.

Chelliah, Shobhana L. & Willem J. de Reuse. 2010. Handbook of descriptive linguistic fieldwork. Berlin: Springer.

Crasborn, Onno. 2010. What Does “Informed Consent” Mean in the Internet Age? Publishing Sign Language Corpora as Open Content. Sign Language Studies 10(2). 276–290.

Crippen, James A. & Laura C. Robinson. 2013. In defense of the lone wolf: Collaboration in language documentation. Language Documentation & Conservation 7. 123–135.

Crowley, Terry. 2007. Field linguistics: a beginner’s guide. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

De Falco, Dario & Alfonso Cesarano. 2016. Endangered languages in the era of social media: The case of the Kenyah Lebu’ Kulit language. Linguapax Review 4. 55–66.

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG [German Research Foundation]. 2017. Replicability of Research Results. A Statement by the German Research Foundation. http://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/announcements_proposals/2017/info_wissenschaft_17_18/ (accessed 23 April 2018).

Dobrin, Lise M. 2005. When our values conflict with theirs: Linguists and community empowerment in Melanesia. In Peter K. Austin (ed.), Language Documentation and Description 3, 42–52. London: School of Oriental and African Studies.

Dobrin, Lise M., Peter K. Austin & David Nathan. 2009. Dying to be counted: The commodification of endangered languages in documentary linguistics. In Peter K. Austin (ed.), Language Documentation and Description 6, 37–52. London: School of Oriental and African Studies.

Du Bois, John W. 1980. Introduction: The search for a cultural niche: Showing the pear film in a Mayan community. In Wallace L. Chafe (ed.), The pear stories: Cognitive, cultural, and linguistic aspects of narrative production, 1–7. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Dwyer, Arienne M. 2006. Ethics and practicalities of cooperative fieldwork and analysis. In Jost Gippert, Nikolaus P. Himmelmann & Ulrike Mosel (eds.), Essentials of language documentation, 31–66. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Everett, Daniel L. & Jeanette Sakel. 2012. Linguistic field work: A student guide. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Gippert, Jost, Nikolaus P. Himmelmann & Ulrike Mosel (eds.). 2006. Essentials of language documentation. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Grenoble, Lenore A. & Lindsay J. Whaley. 2006. Saving languages: An introduction to language revitalization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Grinevald, Colette. 2003. Speakers and documentation of endangered languages. In Peter K. Austin (ed.), Language documentation and description 1, 52–72. London: School of Oriental and African Studies.

Hale, Ken, Michael Krauss, Lucille J. Watahomigie, Akira Y. Yamamoto, Colette Craig, LaVerne Masayesva Jeanne & Nora C. England. 1992. Endangered languages. Language 68(1). 1–42.

Hermes, Mary. 2012. Indigenous language revitalization and documentation in the United States: Collaboration despite colonialism. Language and Linguistics Compass 6(3). 131–142.

Hill, Jane H. 2002. “Expert rhetorics” in advocacy for endangered languages: Who is listening, and what do they hear? Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 12(2). 119–133.

Himmelmann, Nikolaus P. 2006. Language documentation: what is it and what is it good for? In Jost Gippert, Nikolaus P. Himmelmann & Ulrike Mosel (eds.), Essentials of language documentation, 1–30. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Hinton, Leanne & Kenneth Hale (eds.). 2001. The green book of language revitalization in practice. San Diego: Academic Press.

Innes, Pamela & Erin Debenport (eds.). 2010. Ethical dimensions of language documentation. [Special issue].  Language and Communication 30(3).

Kelly, Barbara F. & Rachel Nordlinger. 2014. Fieldwork and first language acquisition. In Lauren Gawne & Jill Vaughan (eds.), Selected papers from the 44th Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society, 2013, 178–192. Melbourne: University of Melbourne.

Leonard, Wesley Y. & Erin Haynes. 2010. Making “collaboration” collaborative: An examination of perspectives that frame linguistic field research. Language Documentation & Conservation 4. 268–293.

Leonard, Wesley Y. 2012. Framing language reclamation programmes for everybody’s empowerment. Gender and Language 6(2). 339–367.

Macaulay, Monica. 2004. Training Linguistics Students for the Realities of Fieldwork. Anthropological Linguistics 46(2). 194–209.

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Newman, Paul & Martha Ratliff. 2001. Linguistic fieldwork. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.

Reyhner, Jon & Louise Lockard (eds.). 2009. Indigenous language revitalization: Encouragement, guidance & lessons learned. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.

Rice, Keren. 2006. Ethical issues in linguistic fieldwork: An overview. Journal of Academic Ethics 4(1-4). 123–155.

Rice, Keren. 2011. Documentary linguistics and community relations. Language Documentation & Conservation 5. 187–207.

Rice, Keren. 2012. Ethical issues in linguistic fieldwork. In Nick Thieberger (ed.), The Oxford handbook of linguistic fieldwork, 407–429. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Robinson, Laura & James Crippen. 2015. Collaboration: A reply to Bowern & Warner’s reply. Language Documentation & Conservation 9. 86–88.

Samarin, William J. 1967. Field linguistics: A guide to linguistic field work. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

Smith, Linda Tuhiwai. 1999. Decolonizing methodologies: Research and indigenous peoples (2nd edn.). London: Zed Books.

Stebbins, Tonya N. 2012. On being a linguist and doing linguistics: Negotiating ideology through performativity. Language Documentation & Conservation 6. 292–317.

Thieberger, Nick. 2012. Using language documentation data in a broader context. Language Documentation & Conservation Special Publication 3. 129–134.

Wilkins, David. 2000. Even with the best of intentions: Some pitfalls in the fight for linguistic and cultural survival. In Francisco Queixales & Odile Renault-Lescure (eds.), As linguas amazonicas Hoje, 61–84. Sao Paolo & Paris: Instituto Ambiental & Institut de Recherche pour le Développement.

Yamada, Racquel-María. 2007. Collaborative linguistic fieldwork: Practical application of the empowerment model. Language Documentation & Conservation 1(2). 257–282.

 

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