Dealing with disorder : strategies of accommodation among the Southern Pitjantjatjara, Australia
I have utilised the orthography favoured by teachers and organisations associated with the Pitjantjatjara; my first lessons in the language were taught by Nancy Sheppard, previously of Ernabella who used this system (cf.Sheppard,1975) . Pitjantjatjara uses seventeen consonants, and six vowels. The plosives p, k, t and tj are unaspirated. The language has two sounds indicated by r; a rolled r, symbolised as rr; and a retroflexed r. I have not indicated these retroflexes in the text, but...[Show more]
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