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Recent developments in the East Greenlandic language / Niels Grann.

Title: Recent developments in the East Greenlandic language / Niels Grann.
Author(s): Grann, Niels.
Date: 1994.
Publisher: Copenhagen: Danish Polar Center
In: From Greenland to Chukotka - contributions to a Franco-Danish meeting on recent research in the Eskimo world. (1994.), III
Abstract: Study aimed to exemplify original East Greenlandic words that have been preserved, neologisms coined and West Greenlandic borrowings in current language. Author has tried unsuccessfully to have East Greenlandic taught in their own language. Despite this, he believes that West Greenlanders in East mix socially only with one another or with Danes, so Eastern language is likely to survive.
Notes:

In: From Greenland to Chukotka - contributions to a Franco-Danish meeting on recent research in the Eskimo world. III / Hans Christian Gulløv, ed.

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Eskimo.
639 -- Hunting, fishing and associated activities.
809.475 -- Eskimo-Aleut languages.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
(*381) -- East Greenland.
SPRI record no.: 131636

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