Further Reading

           Perhaps the single most valuable resource for the word list surveyor is volume 21 of Workpapers in Papua New Guinea Languages (Loving and Simons 1977). The articles in that volume which are mentioned in the bibliography at the end of this book should help with getting started in dialect survey and word list analysis.

Wimbish, John S. 1989. WORDSURV: A Program for Analyzing Language Survey Word Lists, page 76. Occasional Publications in Academic Computing, number 13. Dallas, TX: Summer Institute of Linguistics.

     References

All of the information in the Linguistics section of this website is taken from:

The following references were used in the writing of the WordSurv manual: