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ERIC Number: EJ181699
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Publication Date: 1977
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Is Tubatulabal De-Acquisition Relevant to Theories of Language Acquisition?
Voegelin, C. F.; Voegelin, F. M.
International Journal of American Linguistics, 43, 4, 333-8, Oct 77
Theorizes that most or all varieties of the Tubatulabal language are currently undergoing enough grammatical degeneration to conclude that it is a dying language. The article states that de-acquisition research has been neglected and will have great relevance in future studies of degenerating grammars. (NCR)
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