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Zlazli, Miho (2021) 新しい話者の視座から見た琉球諸語の開花の取り組み(Efflorescence of Ryukyuan Languages from Perspectives of New Speakers). (Forthcoming)

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筆者は現在,博士研究の一環として,Hintonのマスター・アプレンティス言語学習プログラムを参考にして,琉球諸語の新しい話者の支援に焦点を当てたMAI-Ryukyusプロジェクトを実施している。研究の問いは,新しい話者が琉球諸語を話す原動力,琉球諸語の多様性を可能な限り温存した言語習得,琉球の世界観に基づいた思考の枠組み(研究パラダイム)の探究である。本稿では,その中間所見に基づいて,琉球諸語話者が抱える心理的トラウマ,琉球諸語の言語運用能力を高め多様性を温存する方法,琉球の思考の枠組み,現行の日本国行政の問題点について考察した。 I currently conduct a project called MAI-Ryukyus to support new speakers of Ryukyuan languages based on Hinton’s Master-Apprentice Language Learning Program as part of my PhD research. Research questions are what drive new speakers to speak Ryukyuan languages, how to acquire Ryukyuan languages without compromising their diversity, and what the Ryukyuan (research) paradigm will look like. Based on the interim findings, I discuss psychological traumas of Ryukyuan language speakers, how to develop language competence and maintain the diversity of Ryukyuan languages, and the impact of the current Japanese government's administration on the Ryukyuan (research) paradigm and Ryukyuan languages.

Item Type: Monographs and Working Papers (Working Paper)
Keywords: language revitalization, new speakers, Ryukyuan languages, language acquisition
SOAS Departments & Centres: SOAS Doctoral School
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HM Sociology
P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics
Date Deposited: 24 May 2021 14:46
URI: https://eprints.soas.ac.uk/id/eprint/35170
Related URLs: http://riis.skr ... u-ryukyu.ac.jp/ (Publisher URL)
Funders: Arts and Humanities Research Council

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