Linguasphere Register of the World’s Languages classified index of over 71, ethnolinguistic names; annotated register of 22, languages & dialects; . The Linguasphere Register of the World’s Languages and Speech Communities is the first attempt at a comprehensive and transnational classification of the. The Linguasphere Observatory was created in in Quebec by David Dalby, and was eventually established and registered in France as a non-profit.
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Comments, questions and offers of support will be welcome at linguareg gmail. This first update to linguasphere. An earlier presentation of the original disjointed and differently coded manuscript version had already been organised on this present site by Sylviano, together with an in-built facility for its enlarged viewing as still available here now, alongside his own single-sheet and equally enlargeable GIS version.
Contents [ show ]. The first letter of this sequence represents an outer unit preferred from to the original term of “outer language”, to avoid the shifting and often emotive applications of the terms “language” and “dialect”. Project MUSE Mission Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration registet libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
At the outset of a series of 34 illustrated tryptychs, attention was drawn to the historical role of other transnational languages in the development of such concepts, including Greek and German.
Each of the zones is divided into at least one set, with each set being represented by the first letter of the second section. Published on the millennial cusp, this two-volume work is intended as a reference guide to all language forms, language names, and speech communities including those that have become extinct in recent centuries.
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Each of the sets is divided into at least one linguaspheerwhich is represented by the second letter, and each chain is divided into at least one netwhich is represented by the third letter. In general, the Register groups languages either according to well-established genetic linkages or, in the case of smaller genetic groupings, by geographic considerations first and genetic relatedness second.
Languages of the world 13th edn. Sincethe Linguasphere Observatory has mainly worked on preparation of the updated second edition of the Linguasphere Register LSR2.
Each set is divided into one or more chains linguxsphere by the second majuscule and each chain is into one or more nets represented by the third majuscule.
The Observatoire expresses its gratitude regkster this valuable supplement to the Register, and for the subsequent advice and professional help which Jens Roth has readily provided on the subject of future online development and website management of the Register.
The advice and agreement of Wikidata and Wikipedia will of course be necessary for this proposal as a potential subject of debate at a future Wikimania meeting?
Project MUSE – The Linguasphere Register of the World’s Languages and Speech Communities (review)
lingyasphere The Linguascale framework is a referential system covering all languages, as published in the Linguasphere Register rgister and subsequently refined in The divisions of a language into sets, chains, and nets is based on analysis of linguistic similarities from statistics.
Kim, Global LondonBattlebridge: It is the policy of the Observatoire that its on-going independent work on regieter coding should be complementary to and supportive of the ISO international standards. Wikidata has the property: The inner units and language varieties that may comprise any outer language are coded using a second, and wherever necessary a third minuscule letter. In the context of the need to design a plurilingual framework of ethics for a future planetary society, the Observatoire has announced its intention to return to the transnational theme of the Magna Carta inon the occasion of the 8th centenary of the signing of its formal Latin version at Runnymede in Wikipedia articles devoted to individual languages, groups of languages, and important sub-divisions of any language.
Since that time numerous areal, genetic, and typological reference works on select language groups have appeared as well as important worldwide studies such as Ethnologue: The main alphabetical index in vol. The second number of the code represents the zone into which the sector is divided. This primary Framework was only made possible by the fact that all human languages and language groups may be more widely organised, naturally and conveniently, within five major phyla or phylosectors regisyer wider relationship or if not within five major continents or geosectors of wider location, within a system kinguasphere initial digitsas fully presented and explained in Vol 1 of the Register, and fully documented in Vol.
This page or section linguaspheree Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia view authors. Each zone is divided into one or more setswith each set being represented by the first majuscule of this three-letter alpha-3 component.
The Observatoire was encouraged in this line of reflection when, inWikidata. Retrieved from ” https: Observatoire Linguistique is a transnational linguistic research network. The second part of the linguascale consists of three capital letters majuscules: Classification Merritt Ruhlen, Stanford: Its title in Welsh is Wylfa Ieithoeddliterally the “Observatory of ergister, and its publishing associate also in Wales is the Gwasg y Byd Iaithi.
This part of the code is fixed, and is a systematic framework in the classification of the world’s languages. The foreword 13—14by C olin W illiamsin parallel Welsh and English, calls for international participation in documenting endangered languages and in expanding and improving future editions of the Register. It is important to record here clearly, and with sincerest gratitude, that the greatly expanded and improved version of this linguasphere.