There is no unified policy for preservation and/or documentation of endangered languages. Each case engenders its own issues and constraints due to its particular cultural and historical situation. Documentation of the Amazonian Trumai language and culture illustrates the intricacy of the parameters that run the gamut from globalisation to local and punctual conflicts, and from the state of world affairs to quarrels over chiefdom inheritance.
2017. Documenting an Endangered Language: The Inclusive First‐Person Plural Pronoun Kākou as a Resource for Claiming Ownership in Hawaiian. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 27:1 ► pp. 92 ff.
Schwartz, Saul & Lise M. Dobrin
2016. The cultures of Native North American language documentation and revitalization. Reviews in Anthropology 45:2 ► pp. 88 ff.
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