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Is the extinction of Australia's Indigenous languages inevitable, J. Lo Bianco and M. Rhydwen

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Is the extinction of Australia's Indigenous languages inevitable
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Is the extinction of Australia's Indigenous languages inevitable
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J. Lo Bianco and M. Rhydwen
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Description of the state of Australia's Indigenous language ecologies and their prospects for longer term survival; types of language loss; categorising Aboriginal languages; includes case studies of revival initiatives, Borroloola and Barkley Tableland, Northern Territory, Gumbayngirr people and language near Kempsey, New South Wales, Jaru at Yarunam (Ringers Soak), East Kimberley, Western Australia and Saibai Island and Torres Strait, North Queensland; chronology of policy moves for Indigenous languages; observations about the 'Graded Intergenerational Disruption Scale' and ' Reversing Language Shift' for Australian Indigenous languages
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Is the extinction of Australia's Indigenous languages inevitable, J. Lo Bianco and M. Rhydwen
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Bibliography: p. 421-422
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Is the extinction of Australia's Indigenous languages inevitable, J. Lo Bianco and M. Rhydwen
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 421-422

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