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Name: Martha  Lynn  Landweer
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State and/or Country: MN
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Anuki
Tok Pisin
Language Family(ies): Austronesian
Selected Publications: 2000 Indicators of Ethnolinguistic Vitality, Notes on Sociolinguistics 5:1, Dallas, SIL International

1999 A brief Overview of Survey Operations in Papua Nw Guinea, Notes on Sociolinguistics 4:3, Dallas, SIL International

1991 Schlie-Landweer Priority Allocation Assessment Device: Rationale in Kindell, Gloria (ed.) 1991. Proceedings of the Summer Institute of Linguistics International Language Assessment Conference, 23-31 May 1989.

Reviews of:

Crystal, David. 2000. Language Death. Cambridge University Press

Grenoble, Leonore A. and Whaley, LIndsay J. (eds.) 1998. Endangered Langauges: Language Loss and Community Response; Cambridge Univeristy Press

Edwards, John. 1994. Multilingualism. London: Routledge
Courses Taught: 2002-2006 Guest Lecturer - topic in sociolinguistics -
1995-1997 Sociolinguistics, Language Planning
1991-1992 Sociolinguistics
1990 (Summer) Phonetics
1988 Phonetics
1985 Phonetics
1984 Phonetics
Dissertation Abstract: A Melanesian Perspective on Mechanisms of Language Maintenance and Shift: Case studies from Papua New Guinea

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