Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Languages of Revival : Understanding a New Type of Aboriginal Language
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'At the Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages we are embarking on a project that we feel will go a long way to addressing some central needs of language revival and reclamation work in Australia. Language revival is 'an emerging practice, building strength in different areas of the world mostly as part of the move to recover from colonisation' (Paton et al. 2008). In Australia, while we can look to experiences overseas for some support, the journey for the most part is travelling through new territory. This means that the communities undergoing this process and the linguists assisting at various levels are essentially required to make up the map as they go (see Simpson et al. 2008 for a comprehensive account of language documentation and revival in South Australia).' (Abstract)

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    y Ngoonjook no. 35 2010 10275216 2010 periodical issue 2010 pg. 74-83
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