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Anutan language reconsidered lexican and grammar of a Polynesian outlier by Richard Feinberg

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Published by Human Relations Area Files in New Haven, Conn .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Anuta language.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: leaves 270-272.

StatementRichard Feinberg.
SeriesLanguage and literature series, HRAFLex books.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPL6425 .F4
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. (vi, 272 leaves) ;
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4582735M
LC Control Number77155761

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The Anutan Language Reconsidered: Lexicon and Grammar of a Polynesian Outlier. Two Volumes. HRAFlex Books. New Haven: Human Relations Area Files Press. “Rank and Authority on Anuta Island.” In Adaptation and Symbolism: Essays on Social Organization. Karen Ann Watson-Gegeo and S. Lee Seaton, eds. Honolulu: University Press of Hawai‘i. Pp. The Anutan Language Reconsidered: Lexicon and Grammar of a Polynesian Outlier. Two Volumes. HRAFlex Books. New Haven: Human Relations Area Files Press. Feinberg, Richard. "Back to Anuta." Feinberg, Richard. History and Structure: A Case of Polynesian Dualism. Journal of Anthropological Research 36(3)– Feinberg, Richard. Location: Pacific Ocean. The author observes the effects of marijuana can vary among people. Some report feeling various sensations from dizziness, twitching, floating feelings, feeling lightness, feeling heaviness, feeling head pressure, etc. Many report hunger feelings and a feeling of euphoria/5(11). The first linguistic study of Anutan, by Green, indicated that the language was derived from Nuclear Polynesian, although a period of Tongan borrowing was suggested. More recently, Biggs has outlined a hypothesis for the inclusion of these Tongan loan words, suggesting that Anuta was colonized by Uveans not long after Uvea itself had been.

Language Testing Reconsidered provides a critical update on major issues that have engaged the field of language testing since its inception. Anyone who is working in, studying or teaching language testing should have a copy of this book. The information, discussions, and reflections offered within the volume address major developments within the field over the past decades, enlivened by Cited by: His publications include The Anutan Language Reconsidered: Lexicon and Grammar of a Polynesian Outlier (New Haven: Human Relations Area Files, ), "Rank and Authority on Anuta Island," in Adaptation and Symbolism, edited by Karen Ann Watson-Gegeo and S. Lee Seaton (Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, ), "Anutan Epistemology: The Roots of. Anutan Concepts of Disease: A Polynesian Study, with foreword by D. Carleton Gajdusek, M.D. IPS Monograph Number 3. Lā‘ie, Hawai‘i: Institute for Poly­nesian Studies. Tempest in a Tea House: American Attitudes Toward Breast-Feed­ing, edited by Richard Feinberg. Kent, Ohio: Kent Popular Press. Feinberg, Richard. The Anutan Language Reconsidered: Lexicon and Grammar of a Poly¬nesian Outlier. Two Volumes. HRAFlex Books. New Haven: Human Relations Area Files Press. Feinberg, Richard. Polynesian Seafaring and Navigation: Ocean Travel in Anutan Cul¬ture and Society. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press. Feinberg, Richard.