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ウイルタ語北方言テキスト : ありがとう、池上先生

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Title: ウイルタ語北方言テキスト : ありがとう、池上先生
Other Titles: Uilta Texts in Northern Dialect: Thank you, Ikegami-sensei
Authors: 山田, 祥子1 Browse this author
Authors(alt): YAMADA, Yoshiko1
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2012
Publisher: 北海道大学大学院文学研究科北方研究教育センター
Journal Title: 北方人文研究
Journal Title(alt): Journal of the Center for Northern Humanities
Volume: 5
Start Page: 159
End Page: 172
Abstract: This paper aims to present two texts of the Northern Dialect of Uilta (one of the Tungusic languages, distributed on Sakhalin Island in Russia). The first text (1-1) ~ (1-20) is told by Ms. Irina Jakovlevna Fedjaeva who was born in the village Val (Nogliki District, Sakhalin Oblast, Russia) in 1940, and the second one (2-1) ~ (2-29) is by Ms. Elena Alekseevna Bibikova who was born in a camping place Dagi (the same of the above) in 1940. The present author recorded their narration in August 17th 2011 in Val. On this paper the texts are transcribed with Roman-based symbols according to the phonological description by Ikegami (1997). The present author added the underlining forms, the morphological analysis and Japanese free translation. Both of the speakers told about their own experiences with Prof. Jiro Ikegami and expressed respect and thanks to him. They became acquainted with him in 1990, when he visited Sakhalin for the first time. The two local ladies supported him to gather linguistic data on the Northern Dialect of Uilta. After that, they worked together to decide a writing system of the Uilta language and to produce its educational materials. The ABC-book published in 2008 (Ikegami et al. 2008) is indeed a fruit of their great collaboration. They remember that Prof. Ikegami encouraged the speakers of the endangered small language with his ardor for the study and his deep consideration for the people.
Description: 研究ノート
Type: bulletin (other)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/49302
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