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Claire

By the way, the "linguists" Hitt quotes on point (2) - the person he quotes isn't a linguist. If he'd contacted, for example, Peter Ladefoged on this topic, he would have got some cogent thoughts on the complexity of this situation and cases where linguists have made things worse. then again, the idea that different indigenous groups may have different priorities and different situations doesn't come into the formula for writing this type of article on endangered languages (the formula's on my blog today...)

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