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oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1030515

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Title:Altarysheva DV - Teleut traditions
Documentation and Analysis of the Endangered Teleut Language, Spoken in south-west Siberia, Kemerovo Region, Russia.
Contributor:Nadia Fedotova
Contributor (annotator):Andrey Filchenko
Denis Tokmashev
Contributor (consultant):Altarysheva DV
Coverage:Russian Federation
Date:2013
Description:Teleut text
The project is aimed at field documentation, creation of an electronic lexicon and interlinearized/translated text corpus, and preliminary analysis of the endangered Bachatsky Teleut language, spoken in south-western Siberia in Russia. The number of proficient native speakers in Kemerovo region is reported to be approx. 100. Mostly they are people over 50 years old. The additional goal is to perform a more precise survey of the real number of proficient and semi-speakers left, and the degree of language endangerment (native tongue functional sphere and socio-linguistic makeup of the language community).
Teleut biographical text collected in course of 2013-2014 field vists.
Teleut
Altarysheva Darja Vasiljevna, born in 1942, in Chelukhoevo village. At home speaks Teleut to family. Lives in Novokuznetsk city.
Алтарышева Дарья Васильевна, род. в деревне Челухоево в 1942 г. дома в семье говорит по-телеутски. Проживает в г. Новокузнецке.
Format:video/avchd
application/pdf
audio/x-wav
Identifier:oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1030515
ELDP SG0277
Identifier (URI):https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1030515%23
Publisher:Andrey Filchenko
Tomsk Polytechnic University
Subject:Discourse
Narrative
Unspecified
Type:Video
Document
Audio

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Citation: Andrey Filchenko (annotator); Denis Tokmashev (annotator); Nadia Fedotova; Altarysheva DV (consultant). 2013. Andrey Filchenko.


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