Smith, Beverly Kean 1993

Smith, Beverly Kean. 1993. A Phonological Reconstruction of Proto-Pitu Ulunna Salu. Ann Arbor: UMI. (file-name on CD-ROM: 1356649, University of Texas at Arlington; xi+201pp.)

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  address               = {Ann Arbor},
  author                = {Smith, Beverly Kean},
  note                  = {file-name on CD-ROM: 1356649},
  pages                 = {xi+201},
  publisher             = {UMI},
  school                = {University of Texas at Arlington},
  title                 = {A Phonological Reconstruction of Proto-Pitu Ulunna Salu},
  year                  = {1993},
  abstract              = {Pitu Ulunna Salu (PUS) is a subfamily of languages spoken on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. This study reconstructs the phonemic system of Proto-Pitu Ulunna Salu using the comparative method. The study is based on eighteen wordlists representing three languages from the PUS subfamily (PUS, Aralle-Tabulahan, and Ulumandak). Four wordlists from two languages of the Toraja-Sa'dan subfamily (Mamasa and Kalumpang) are also included in the study to clarify the relationship between the PUS and Toraja subfamilies, especially along the border. The results of the reconstruction are used to derive subgrouping conclusions based on shared innovations among the various wordlist locations. The study indicates that there are at least two major groups within the PUS subfamily: (1) the northern and central lects of PUS (Bumal, Issilitae', Bambang Hulu, and Salu Mokanam), and (2) the Aralle-Tabulahan language, plus the southern and western lects of PUS (Matangnga, Mehalaan, and Pakkau).},
  adviser               = {Werth, Ronald N.},
  class_loc             = {PL5434.4},
  degree                = {MA},
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  document_type         = {B},
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  hhtype                = {overview;comparative;wordlist},
  inlg                  = {English [eng]},
  lgcode                = {A Aralle = Aralle-Tabulahan [atq], B Botteng = Ulumanda' [ulm], D Dama'-Dama', Ki Kiha', Ko Kondo, Mb Mambi, Me Mehalaan = Bambam [ptu], Mi Minanga, Mt Matangnga = Bambam [ptu], P Pallu', R Rantepalado, Sd Saludengan, Se Sepang, Sh Salu Huhu, Sm Salu Maka', So Sodangan, Th Tabulahan, ThC Tabulahan (Campbell), ThM Tabulahan (McKenzie), Ti Tarinding, Tn Tanete, To Taora, Tu Taupe},
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  source                = {MAI 32/05, p. 1271, Oct 1994},
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  subject               = {LANGUAGE, LINGUISTICS (0290)},
  subject_headings      = {Nalayan languages – Phonemics, Nalayan languages – Phonemics},
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