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Title Qualitative morphological complexity: The Case of Athabaskan
Description:Powerpoint presentation for the workshop, "Growth and Decline of Morphological Complexity," organized by the Surrey Morphology Group, hosted by the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany, April 28, 2012. Explanation of  Qualitative Morphological Complexity theory and how Athabascan languages, i.e.,  the Upper Kuskowkim language as an example of this linguistic behavior. Digital file only.
Comments Research supported by NSF grant, "IPY:  Documenting Alaskan and Neighboring Languages."
Contributors Kibrik, Andrej A. (author)
Type Text
Subject Language(s) Upper Kuskokwim
LingType comparative
Collection IPY
Files: kibrik-2012-complexity.pdf

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