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The Samoan fono, a sociolinguistic study
1981 by Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University in Canberra .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 185-192.
|Statement||by Alessandro Duranti.|
|Series||Pacific linguistics., no. 80|
|LC Classifications||PL6501 .D87 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 195, 15 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||82135765|
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In traditional Samoan settings of a ' dignified' (mamalu) nature, such as a fono or a saofa' 1 (see Chapter Seven), the social norm is klg- rather than tin-pronunciation. That is, in the. Home» ANU Research» ANU Scholarly Output» ANU Asia-Pacific Linguistics / Pacific Linguistics Press» The Samoan Fono: a sociolinguistic study The Samoan Fono: a sociolinguistic study Download ( MB)Cited by: His books include The Samoan Fono: A Sociolinguistic Study (Pacific Linguistics Monographs, ), Rethinking Context: Language as an Interactive Phenomenon (co-edited with C.
Goodwin, Cambridge ), From Grammar to Politics: Linguistic Anthropology in a Western Samoan Village (University of California Press, ), Linguistic Anthropology. The range of variation found in spontaneous performances of a traditional genre of Samoan speechmaking (lāuga) can be explained and partly predicted by referring to the social and cultural context of speaking.
Particular features of variation are attributed to the following factors: (1) the purposes of the social events, (2) the temporal setting of its performance, Cited by: Duranti, Alessandro: The Samoan Fono: A Sociolinguistic Study. MILNER ; Irwin, Geoffrey: Land, Pā and Polity.
A Study based on the Maori Fortifications of Pouto. JANET DAVIDSON - The Samoan fono long-standing member and officer of the Polynesian Society, Austin Bagnall served as Treasurer from toas Acting Secretary from. Duranti. The Samoan Fono: A Sociolinguistic Study.
Canberra: The Australian National University, Pacific Linguistics Monograph B [available as pdf] Ernest Byarushengo, A. Duranti and Larry.M. Hyman (Ed.) Haya Grammatical Structures. Occasional Papers in Linguistics no.
Los Angeles: University of Southern California. The present study analyzed turn taking in three types of conversational models: male to male.
conversation, female to female conversation and in cross-sex conversation, and further. compared the difference in radio, TV and casual conversational models. Abstract. After examining three misconceptions of the concept of multiculturalisM., we introduce the concept of syncretic literacy to deal with how diverse cultural frameworks inform the organization of literacy activities by members of the Samoan American community in urban Los Angeles.
On the basis of our earlier work in a rural Western Samoan community, we discuss Cited by: The Samoan fono, a sociolinguistic study / by Alessandro Duranti; From grammar to politics: linguistic anthropology in a Western Samoan village / Alessandro Duranti; Syncretic Literacy [microform]: Multiculturalism in Samoan American Families.
Research Report No. 16 /. His books include The Samoan Fono: A Sociolinguistic Study (Pacific Linguistics Monographs, ), From Grammar to Politics: Linguistic Anthropology in a Western Samoan Village (University of California Press, ), the textbook-treatise Linguistic Anthropology (Cambridge University Press, ), The Anthropology of Intentions: Language in a World of Others (Cambridge University Press.
– The Samoan fono Samoan Fono: a sociolinguistic study – Canberra: The Australian National University, Pacific Linguistics Monograph B80; a – Etnografia del parlare quotidiano – Rome: La Nuova Italia Scientifica/Carocci Editore.
b – (Ed. with Charles Goodwin) Rethinking Context: Language as an Interactive : John Simon Guggenheim Memorial. Acquisition of Genitive Agents in Samoan [microform] / Alessandro Duranti and Elinor Ochs Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse [Washington, D.C.] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
() Subject in Samoan. A world of language: papers presented to professor S.A. Wurm on his 65th birthday, ed. by Donald C. Laycock and Werner Winter ; Pacific linguistics, C The Samoan fono: A sociolinguistic study.
B, xii + pages. Pacific Linguistics, The Australian National University, (PDF freely available here) This is one of the major works on the language and conventions of the fono. See page 9 for description of the village and page 49 for description of houses and seating arrangements during fono.
His books include The Samoan Fono: A Sociolinguistic Study (Pacific Linguistics Monographs, ), Rethinking Context: Language as an Interactive Phenomenon (co-edited with C.
Goodwin, Cambridge ), From Grammar to Politics: Linguistic Anthropology in a Western Samoan Village (University of California Press, ), Linguistic Anthropology. Alessandro Duranti is Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at the University of California, Los Angeles.
He carries out research on language and politics, jazz improvisation, and cooperation. His fields of interest are Linguistic Anthropology.
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Pacific Linguistics Monographs, Series B. Vol. Canberra, Australian National University, Department of Linguistics. *Duranti, A. Language and Bodies in Social Space: Samoan Ceremonial Greetings. ( ) Grammar and dictionary of the Samoan language, 4th ed.
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On the country's political independence inthe 5th Legislative Assembly became the 1st Samoan Parliament. Members of Parliament. The Samoan Fono has 49 Members of Parliament. 47 members are matai (traditional heads of Political groups: HRPP: 47 seats, Tautua Samoa:.
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As a focus of attention for a sociolinguistic study, the author's selection of the Samoan council (fono) which, in its most typical and traditional form, is the social and political hub of the village, could hardly have been more is well known that rhetoric and oratorical skills are highly valued in Polynesian society and that this is particularly true of Samoa.
(Fono April 7, p. 47, book I): A, la. o Isa ua lua afic mat Kmposeu maliu ^'hii fo 'i Maka *afa, Mow you both ccBie Tevaseu cmie also Mata'afa (VAVS'S) Ma o la 'u fesili mtmua aku laoa and my question first (to you) very "A: Well, now you have both arrived. Chief Tevaseu and orator Mata'afa.
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