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01. D. Victoria Rau & Ann Hui-Huan Chang. (2005). Phonological variation and sound change in Yami on Orchid Island, Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics, Palawan, the Philippines, 1/17-20/2005.
2006.03.22
02. D. Victoria Rau, Meng-Chien Yang, and Maa-Neu Dong. (2005). Endangered language documentation and transmission. Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics, Palawan, the Philippines, 1/17-20/2005.
2006.03.22
03. Rau, D. Victoria & Naa-neu Dong (2005). Yami reduplication. Concenetric: Studies in Linguistics 31.2: 57-87.
2005.10.18
04. D. Victoria Rau (2005), Iconicity and Tense, Aspect, and Mood Morphology in Yami.
2005.10.31
05. Yami-reading
 (1) Yami-reading(1)
2005.10.31
 (2) Yami-reading(2)
2005.10.31
 (3) Yami-reading(3)
2005.10.31
 (4) Yami-reading(4)
2005.10.31
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D. Victoria Rau & Maa-neu Dong (2006) Yami texts with reference grammar and dictionary.
Language and Linguistics Monograph Series A-10,Taipei: Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica.
 (0) Book Title
2006.08.17
 (1) Preface
2006.03.22
 (2) Table of Contents
2006.03.22
 (3) Reference Grammar
2006.03.22
 (4) Texts
2006.03.22
 (5) Vocabulary
2006.03.22
 (6) English-Yami-Chinese Index
2006.03.22
 (7) Chinese-Yami-English Index
2006.03.22
 (8) Word List of Yami Basic Vocabulary
2006.03.22
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D. Victoria Rau and Hui-Huan Ann Chang. (2006). Phonological variation and sound change in Yami on Orchid Island. In H. Y. Chang et al. (Eds.), Streams Converging into an Ocean: Festschrift in Honor of Professor Paul Li on His 70th Birthday. Language and Linguistics Monograph Series W-5,  461-488.
2006.11.07
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Rau, D. Victoria, Hui-Huan Ann Chang, and Maa-neu Dong. (2006). Tales of two diphthongs of an indigenous minority language". Paper presented at the NWAV 35, Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A., November 9-12, 2006.
2006.11.20
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Yang, Meng-Chien & D. Victoria Rau (to appear). A Conceptual framework for developing e-learning materials from endangered language documentation, Language Resources and Evaluation special issue on Asian language technology, Eds. by Tokunaga Takenobu and Chu-Ren Huang
 
2006.12.11
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Rau, D. Victoria, Meng-chien Yang, and Maa-neu Dong. (April 2007). Endangered language documentation and transmission. Journal of National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages (NCOLCTL). University of Wisconsin at Madison.
2007.1.2
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Rau, D. Victoria & Ann Chang (in press), A tale of two diphthongs in an indigenous minority language. In Variationist Approaches to Indigenous Minority Languages, Eds. by James N. Stanford & Dennis R. Preston. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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