SIL Electronic Survey Reports
SIL Electronic Survey Reports (SILESR) is a serial publication of SIL International (Dallas, Texas). The series publishes reports on sociolinguistic surveys carried out by SIL field members and others. These survey reports provide information for language development decisions. They are usually preliminary work papers and not presented as polished research. They are based on field notes and are in some cases the work of young sociolinguists with minimal training. Unless otherwise noted, a qualified reviewer (see the Masthead for a list of the consulting editors) will have approved the adequacy of the work. For more information, see About SILESR.
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Papers published in the SIL Electronic Survey Reports series are intended for scholarly research and educational use. You may make copies of these papers for research or educational purposes free of charge and without further permission. Republication or commercial use of SILESR or the papers contained therein is expressly prohibited without the written consent of the copyright holder(s).
- SIL Electronic Survey Reports 2013-005
RICHARDSON, Dan; TUPPER, Ian, authors. 2013. "The Cases of Sos Kundi and Ambakich: Drawing Language Boundaries and Assigning Names."
- SIL Electronic Survey Reports 2013-003
MACKENZIE, Bonnie; SPENCER, Juliann; VAN COTT, Sara, authors. 2013. "A Sociolinguistic Survey of Bebeli."
- SIL Electronic Survey Reports 2013-002
MOHAMMED, Hussein, author. 2013. "Sociolinguistic Information on K'abeena."
- SIL Electronic Survey Reports 2012-044
EBERLE, Daniel; EBERLE, Sarah, authors. 2012. "Sociolinguistic Survey Report of the Portuguese Deaf Community."
- SIL Electronic Survey Reports 2012-043
CARTER, John; CARTER, Katie; GRUMMITT, John; MACKENZIE, Bonnie; MASTERS, Janell, authors. 2012. "A Sociolinguistic Survey of the Mur Village Vernaculars."