Linguistic data of Kouro
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Summary of the collection
Audio and video recorded in Rutah village, southern Seram Island, in Maluku Province, eastern Indonesia. The principal consultants include seven men and two women from four of the primary lineages in Rutah. All principal consultants are aged older than 50 years. These data are largely elicited as there are now virtually no contexts in which this language is spoken. The data include several interviews carried out during ceremonies. The video data, while not naturalistic conversational data, includes monologues and dialogues of consultants telling stories about their families and their daily lives in the village and in their gardens and fields.
Amahai, Amahei, Amahei Islam, Rutah, Koako, Kouro
This collection includes about 9 hours of audio and 20 minutes of video.
Acknowledgement and citation
These data were recorded by Margaret Florey with the cooperation and involvement of members of Rutah village, Seram Island, Indonesia.
Individual speakers are identified in the metadata which accompany this deposit. However speakers should not be identified in any publications or presentations which arise from use of the data.
To refer to any data from the collection, please cite as follows:
Florey, Margaret. 2010. Linguistic data of Kouro. Endangered Languages Archive. Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/2196/00-0000-0000-0001-32D7-A. Accessed on [insert date here].