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ISO 639-3: amp

The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language:

Other known names and dialect names: Karawari, Kuvenmas

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Primary texts

  1. ONLINEJenesis. The Long Now Foundation. 1987. Ukarumpa: Summer Institute of Linguistics Printing Department. oai:rosettaproject.org:rosettaproject_amp_gen-1

Lexical resources

  1. ONLINEAlamblak Swadesh List. n.a. n.d. The Rosetta Project: A Long Now Foundation Library of Human Language. oai:rosettaproject.org:rosettaproject_amp_swadesh-1
  2. ONLINEtransnewguinea.org Resources for Alamblak. Simon J. Greenhill (editor). 2014. transnewguinea.org (transnewguinea.org). oai:transnewguinea.org:amp.541

Language descriptions

  1. The Alamblak language of Papua New Guinea (East Sepik). Bruce, Les. 1984. Pacific linguistics. Series C ; no. 81. oai:gial.edu:25023
  2. A grammar of Alamblak : (Papua New Guinea). Bruce, Les. 1979. Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Library. oai:gial.edu:25024
  3. ONLINEGlottolog 2.3 Resources for Alamblak. n.a. 2014. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:glottolog.org:alam1246
  4. ONLINEPHOIBLE Online phonemic inventories for Alamblak. n.a. 2014. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:phoible.org:amp
  5. The Alamblak language of Papua New Guinea (East Sepik). Bruce, Leslie P. 1984. Pacific Linguistics C. oai:sil.org:23138
  6. ONLINEAlamblak Organised Phonology Data. Edmiston, Pat; Edmiston, Mel. 2003. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:42279
  7. A grammar of Alamblak (Papua New Guinea). Bruce, Leslie P. 1979. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:9882
  8. ONLINEWALS Online Resources for Alamblak. n.a. 2008. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:wals.info:ala

Other resources about the language

  1. ONLINELinguistic Diversity in Space and Time. Nichols, Johanna. 1992. University of Chicago Press. oai:refdb.wals.info:4050
  2. Music shift: evaluating the vitality and viability of music styles among the Alamblak of Papua New Guinea. Coulter, Neil R. 2007. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:9706
  3. The language of love in Melanesia: a study of positive emotions. Bruce, Leslie P. 2003. John Benjamins Publishing Company. oai:sil.org:3507
  4. Serialization: From syntax to lexicon. Bruce, Leslie P. 1988. Studies in Language. oai:sil.org:22823
  5. Making Musical Choices: The Disappearing Bamboo Flute Music of the Alamblak in Papua New Guinea. Coulter, Neil R. 2011. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:52025
  6. ONLINEAlamblak discourse features. Edmiston, Patrick. 1997. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:31031
  7. Assessing Music Shift: Adapting EGIDS for a Papua New Guinea Community. Coulter, Neil R. 2011. Language Documentation and Description. oai:sil.org:52143
  8. Nömoh wuskam. Bruce, Leslie P. (editor). 1974. Summer Institute of Linguistics. oai:sil.org:22045
  9. Alamblak kinsmen: To give is better than to receive (and you’ll get it back). Bruce, Leslie P. 1974. Summer Institute of Linguistics. oai:sil.org:39251
  10. Serialisation: the interface of syntax and lexicon. Bruce, Leslie P. 1986. Pacific Linguistics A. oai:sil.org:23064
  11. ONLINEBamboo Flutes, Music Shift, and the End of Groove in an East Sepik Community. Coulter, Neil R. 2013-09-24. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:58870
  12. ONLINEBamboo Flutes, Music Shift, and the End of Groove in an East Sepik Community. Coulter, Neil R. 2013. Language and Linguistics in Melanesia. oai:sil.org:58871
  13. Last Speaker Ethnography: The Alamblak Garamut as an Example of Fishman's Stage Eight. Coulter, Neil R. 2006. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:52072
  14. The Grammar of the Alamblak Garamut: Initial Observations on the Logic and Construction of a Traditional Sign System. Coulter, Neil R. 2005. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:52074
  15. Music Shift: The Changing Musical Balance in an East Sepik Community. Coulter, Neil R. 2010. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:52076
  16. ONLINEAlamblak passivity. Bruce, Leslie P. 1974. Kivung. oai:sil.org:23178
  17. Signifying Names and Places on the Alamblak Garamut: Some Initial Observations of a Traditional Sign System. Coulter, Neil R. 2005. EthnoDoxology. oai:sil.org:52078
  18. Reversing Music Shift: A Case Study and a Lot of Questions from Papua New Guinea. Coulter, Neil R. 2010. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:52079
  19. ONLINEEmotions in the Alamblak lexicon. Bruce, Kathleen; Bruce, Leslie P. 2010. SIL e-Books 19. oai:sil.org:9283
  20. Yemöroh yakkföt. Bruce, Leslie P. (editor); Mengumari, Jude (editor). 1974. Summer Institute of Linguistics. oai:sil.org:21488
  21. Piringr bro dböhneft fakmötr. Bruce, Kathleen (editor); Bruce, Leslie P. (editor). 1974. Summer Institute of Linguistics. oai:sil.org:21490
  22. Kinship studies in Papua New Guinea. Shaw, R. Daniel (editor). 1974. Summer Institute of Linguistics. oai:sil.org:39196
  23. Alamblak alveopalatals: Dead portmanteaus. Bruce, Leslie P. 1975. Pacific Linguistics A. oai:sil.org:22897
  24. ONLINEAlamblak: a language of Papua New Guinea. n.a. 2013. SIL International. oai:ethnologue.com:amp

Other known names and dialect names: Karawari, Kuvenmas

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