|Title||The degree of interrelatedness between Inuit dialects as reflected by the percentage of shared affixes.|
|Description:||Statistical analysis of data in Fortescue 1983a. Comparison within Inuit, including Alaskan, especially North Slope, 1-13; comparison with Central Yupik and Aleut, including hypothetical time-depths, 14-18. Handout, 10 pp., lists of (Proto-) Inuit, common-Eskimo, common-Yupik, and common Eskimo-Aleut affixes. Published in 1985, IJAL 51(2):188-221.|
|Comments||Cf. also CE 980 F1985.|
Fortescue, Michael D. (author)
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