5 edition of Sonora Yaqui language structures found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 409-411).
|Statement||John M. Dedrick and Eugene H. Casad.|
|Contributions||Casad, Eugene H.|
|LC Classifications||PM4526 .D44 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 411 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||411|
|LC Control Number||99006866|
Additional resources Sanchez utilized are the Sonora Yaqui Language Structures, a sophisticated book for linguists, and a dictionary which has a useful grammatical appendix. Sanchez also utilized the database that he helped build. Book Notices Book Notices Cifuentes, Barbara. Letras sobre voces: Multilingiiismo a traves de la historia. Mexico City: CIESAS. pp.
Currently he is in partnership with the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, and the University of Sonora, Mexico, and together with his students they are actively engaged on a unique recovery project to establish sustainable aquaculture for the Yaqui catfish and other indigenous freshwater fish species in the Rio Yaqui basin. Book Reviews Book Reviews Books reviewed: Anthropology and History Deloria, Philip J, Playing Indian DiköTter, Frank, Imperfect Conceptions: Medical Knowledge, Birth Defects, And Eugenics In China Edwards, Elizabeth, Raw Histories: Photographs, Anthropology And Museums Freeman, Derek, The Fateful Hoaxing Of Margaret .
very interesting example sentences in Dedrick and Casad’s () Sonora Yaqui Language Structures are too complex to clearly illustrate the gram-matical points under discussion. However, my own view is that linguists documenting indigenous languages, especially in a context when languages. Language And Linguistics. Bowerman, Melissa & Stephen C. Levinson (Eds), Language Acquisition And Conceptual Development. Casajus, Dominique, Gens De Parole: Langage, PoéSie Et Politique En Pays Touareg. Dedrick, John M. & Eugene H. Casad, Sonora Yaqui Language Structures. Method And Theory.
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At the end of the book, a Yaqui text provides a sample of connected sentences in a natural context. Sonora Yaqui Language Structures is a valuable source not only for research on this language family but also for anthropological studies of the Arizona-Sonora cultural region.
In addition, it documents an indigenous language for future. At the end of the book, a Yaqui text provides a sample of connected sentences in a natural context. "Sonora Yaqui Language Structures" is a valuable source not only for research on this language family but also for anthropological studies of the Arizona-Sonora cultural by: At the end of the book, a Yaqui text provides a sample of connected sentences in a natural context.
Sonora Yaqui Language Structures is a valuable source not only for research on this language family but also for anthropological studies of the Arizona-Sonora cultural region.
In addition, it documents an indigenous language for future 1/5(1). Sonora Yaqui language structures. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Dedrick, John M., Sonora Yaqui language structures.
Tucson: University of Arizona Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors. John M. Dedrick and Eugene H.
Casad: Sonora Yaqui Language Structures. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, ISBN pp. USD Yaqui is a southern Uto-Aztecan language spoken predominantly in the Mexican state of Sonora, although there are also Yaqui-speaking communities in Arizona.
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Yaqui is a Southern Uto-Aztecan language spoken by a people living predominantly in Sonora, with some communities in Arizona. This comprehensive reference on the Sonoran Yaqui language is a descriptive grammar that Author: John M.
Dedrick, Eugene H. Casad. Sonora Yaqui Language Structures. By John M. Dedrick and Eugene H. Casad. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, Pp. This extensive reference grammar of Yaqui, a Uto-Aztecan language spoken in Sonora by aro people, represents an excellent descriptive and analytical work on the language.
It deals with phonology, morphology. Sonora Yaqui Language Structures (Dedrick and Casad):Sonora Yaqui Language Structures Article in International Journal of American Linguistics 73(2) April with 21 ReadsAuthor: Veronica Vazquez.
Yaqui is a language spoken by the people living predominantly in Sonora, with some communities in Arizona. This comprehensive reference on the language is a descriptive grammar that covers topics on phonology, word classes, verb structure, and complex sentences.
Hardcover. Buy SONORA YAQUI LANGUAGE STRUCTURES from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Yaqui (or Hiaki), locally known as Yoeme or Yoem Noki, is a Native American language of the Uto-Aztecan family.
It is spoken by ab Yaqui people, in the Mexican state of Sonora and across the border in Arizona in the United States. Yaqui: Alternative spelling of baa'am Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Uto-Aztecan or Uto-Aztekan / ˈ juː t oʊ.
æ z ˈ t ɛ k ən / is a family of indigenous languages of the Americas, consisting of over 30 -Aztecan languages are found almost entirely in the Western United States and name of the language family was created to show that it includes both the Ute language of Utah and the Nahuan languages (also known as Aztecan) Geographic distribution: Western United.
The book is organized into eight chapters. Chapter 1 (“Introduction”) provides a brief introduction to the Yaqui language, a (possibly too) short review of some rele-vant previous literature on the language, and lays out the organization of the rest of the book.
Chapter 2 (“Morpho-Syntactic Structures in Yaqui”) introduces the reader to. OLAC resources in and about the Yaqui language ISO yaq The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language.
In this paper, I examine the form and function of Yaqui adverbial subordinators. In contrast to relative and complement subordinators, which are always final and bound in Yaqui, adverbial subordinators can occur in both positions, clause-final and clause-initial; the former are bound morphemes, and the latter are free particles.
The adverbial markers in initial position differ. Additional resources Sanchez utilizes are the Sonora Yaqui Language Structures, a sophisticated book for linguists, and a dictionary which has a useful grammatical appendix.
Sanchez also utilizes the database that he helped build. This shift in political status from “immigrants from the Mexican state of Sonora” 3 to a U.S. tribal nation ultimately resulted in correlated identity shifts for Arizona Yoeme as Pascua Yaqui lives were transformed by the Western colonial structures of tribal governance, U.S.–Mexico border imperialism, and dominant nationalist and.
Full text of "Studies of the Yaqui Indians of Sonora, Mexico" See other formats. - Explore ckm's board "Yaqui" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Native american, Native american indians and Native indian pins. Language, a journal of the Linguistic Society of America, is published quarterly and contains articles, short reports, and book reviews on all aspects of linguistics, focusing on the area of theoretical ofLanguage features online content in addition to the print edition, including supplemental materials and articles presented in various sections: Teaching .Dedrick, John M., and Eugene H.
Casad. Sonora Yaqui Language Structures. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. Van Valin, Robert, and Randy LaPolla.
This paper proposes to analyze non-subject relative clauses in Cahita languages (†Tehueco, Yaqui, and Mayo, from the Uto-Aztecan family) as non-subject grammatical nominalizations used as appositives in restrictive appositions.
This analysis is based on a diachronic perspective which considers the origin of the markers involved in these constructions as well as the evolutionary .