A partial vocabulary of the Yinikurtira Aboriginal people
Petkovic, J. (2007) A partial vocabulary of the Yinikurtira Aboriginal people. IM: Interactive Media (3).
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The Yinikurtira people of the North West region of Australia are generally thought to have been a sub-group of the Talandji language speakers, although the exact nature of their connection is somewhat uncertain.1 The Talandji language is reasonably well documented and still has a few living speakers.2 In contrast, the Yinikurtiri language is classified as extinct. 3 Discovering early Yinikurtira wordlists could potentially give us a productive comparison with the known Talandji language as well as a window into the once vibrant Yinikurtira culture.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||National Academy of Screen and Sound|
School of Media, Communication and Culture
|Publisher:||National Academy of Screen and Sound|
|Copyright:||2009 Murdoch University|
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