5 edition of Kwaio dictionary found in the catalog.
by Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University in Canberra
Written in English
Bibliography: p. xxxiv.
|Statement||by R. M. Keesing.|
|Series||Pacific linguistics., no. 35|
|LC Classifications||PL6252.K924 K4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 296, 13 p. :|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||76365997|
This book provides a synthesis of Wierzbicka's theory of meaning, which is based on conceptual primitives and semantic universals, using empirical findings from a wide range of languages. While addressed primarily to linguists, the book deals with highly topical and controversial issues of central importance to several disciplines, including anthropology, psychology, and philosophy.3/5(2). Sentences in Kwaio either have verbal predicates or do not. If a sentence has a verbal predicate, a comprising declarative, or is an interrogative sentence, it follows an SVO word order. Phrases in Kwaio include noun phrases, verb phrases, prepositional phrases, and temporal ity: Kwaio people.
This book, originally published in , examines the ways in which this happened. Using the insights of history and anthropology, chapters cover a wide range of geographical range, extending from Hawaii to Australia. The authors examine changes in medicine and health, religious beliefs, architecture and settlement, and the restructuring of the. Oceanic languages of the Solomon Islands. His book, Melanisian Pidgen and the Oceanic Substrate (), made an important contribution to creole studies, building on his previous work, a Kwaio Dictionary () and Kwaio Grammar (). He also carried out field research in Himalayan villages in India in and , but his most extensive.
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Kwaio. Comparative Austronesian Dictionary: An Introduction to Austronesian Studies (pp. Introduction to the comparative Austronesian dictionary Darrell T. Tryon; 2.Kwaio dictionary / by R.M. Keesing Dept.
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Keesing Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University Canberra Australian/Harvard Citation Keesing, Roger M. & Linguistic Circle of Canberra. Books By Roger M.
Keesing All Kwaio Religion: The Religion and the Dead in a Solomon Kwaio dictionary book Society by Roger M. Keesing () Kwaio dictionary (Pacific linguistics) Jan 1, by Roger M Keesing Unknown Binding.
$ $ More Information. TY - BOOK Kwaio dictionary book - Keesing, Roger M. PY - DA - // TI - Kwaio Dictionary PB - The Australian National University CY - Canberra ID - Keesing ER. F) Kwaio Custom Books: Works by Kwaio people, mostly in their language, about their views of customary rules, sacred taboos and "generations" (their English word for genealogies).
It also contains writings and traditional folklore prepared by David Akin during his volunteer work at the Kwaio. OLAC resources in and about the Kwaio language ISO kwd The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language.
His book, Melanisian Pidgen and the Oceanic Substrate (), made an important contribution to creole studies, building on his previous work, a Kwaio Dictionary () and Kwaio Grammar (). He also carried out field research in Himalayan villages in India in andbut his most extensive contributions to anthropology are his.
Follow Roger M. Keesing and explore their bibliography from 's Roger M. Keesing Author Page. More editions of Kwaio dictionary (Pacific linguistics): Kwaio dictionary (Pacific linguistics): ISBN () Dept.
of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University, In short, this book is as many-sided as it can be without being superficial. It represents a notable contribution to our knowledge of the otherwise undescribed Kwaio language, and is an exemplary basis for further work.
[Alice Schlichter, University of California, Berkeley.] A Proto-Algonquian dictionary. By George F. Aubin. Professor Roger Martin Keesing (16 May – 7 May ) was a linguist and anthropologist, most notable for his fieldwork on the Kwaio people of Malaita in the Solomon Islands, and his writings on a wide range of topics including kinship, religion, politics, history, cognitive anthropology and g was a major contributor to anthropology.
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2 vols. London: W. : Keith Allan, Kate Burridge. THE USES OF KNOWLEDGE IN KWAIO SOCIETY Roger M. Keesing McGill University INTRODUCTION1 Among the Kwaio of Malaita, Solomon Islands, as elsewhere, knowledge is a source of power. The distinctiveness of the political economy of knowledge (Keesing a, c) in Kwaio society lies largely inFile Size: 6MB.
Kwaio Religion by Roger M. Keesing,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(8). Biographical entry: Fifi'i, Jonathan (c.
- ) Born c. Died Details. Jonathan Fifi'i was born at Ane'emae in east Kwaio, Malaita in about He grew up on the coastal slopes above 'Oloburi and Sinalagu harbours, but in the mids became an Adventist and was educated at that church's schools at Sinalagu, and then at Marovo in the Western Solomons, before going to work as.
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