The Ok language family in New Guinea
A group of at least ten languages located around the junction of the borders of Irian Barat, the Territory of New Guinea, and Papua is examined and it is demonstrated that they constitute a single linguistic family. This volume is mainly descriptive, and the conclusions and methodological and theoretical implications are discussed within each chapter rather than at the end of the thesis. Chapter I describes the methods employed in collecting the linguistic data on which this study is...[Show more]
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