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Record #187954:

Tlicho culture staying strong against the odds / Katie May.

Title: Tlicho culture staying strong against the odds / Katie May.
Author(s): May, Katie.
Date: 2009.
In: News/North. (2009.), Vol. 69(9) (2009)
Abstract: Reports that 94% of population aged 15 and older speak aboriginal language in Tlicho region compared with NWT average of 44%, according to latest data available from NWT Bureau of Statistics. Elders and language teachers are considering reasons for this success, which may arise from encouragement of instructors to speak indigenous languages not only in school but in homes, offices and public places.
Notes:

News/North. Vol. 69(9) :3 (2009).

Keywords: 323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities.
364.122/.124 -- Social change and associated problems.
39 -- Ethnography: Indians. Tlicho.
80 -- General questions of linguistics and literature. Philology.
809.7 -- Amerindian languages.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440) -- Northwest Territories.
SPRI record no.: 187954

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