Entanglements of digital technologies and Indigenous language work in the Northern Territory
This thesis addresses the question of what happens when digital language resources are developed and become entangled with different types of language work in Indigenous languages of Australia's Northern Territory. It explores three specific sociotechnical assemblages, defined as heterogeneous sets of social and technical resources functioning together for various purposes. The types of language work that emerged were the role of language in practices of documentation, pedagogy and...[Show more]
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