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Year: 2007
While many of us worry about the increasing loss of biodiversity from our planet, another kind of diversity loss – less widely publicised but equally disturbing – is affecting the world’s languages and cultures
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Year: 2006
Rogers contends that the Nyishangte (people of Manang) are a uniquely successful Himalayan community, particularly from an economic perspective
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Year: 2005
According to even the most conservative estimates, at least half of the world's 6500 languages are expected to become extinct in the next century
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Year: 2005
According to even the most conservative estimates, at least half of the world's 6500 languages are expected to become extinct in the next century
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Year: 2004
Nepali linguistic policy must move beyond the banning or promotion of individual languages according to political pressure groups to an informed approach which both takes account of,and incorporates, local needs and indigenous ethnolinguistic perspectives
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Year: 2003
Over the previous six years, in the course of documenting the grammar of the Thangmi language, the author has found the lexicon to be replete with indigenous names for local flora and fauna
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Year: 2002
A review of Powell, Robert: Himalayan Drawings
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Year: 2001
The kinship terminology of any language is a natural meeting point for the disciplines of anthropology and linguistics
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Year: 1999
Bickel, B; Gaenszle, M; eds 1999, Himalayan Space: Cultural Horizons and Practices
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