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ydwine [Linguistic aspects:]
languages:kets_in_the_russian_federation [2020/09/08 10:46]
ydwine [Language vitality:]
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 ==== Language vitality: ==== ==== Language vitality: ====
-^ [[http://​www.unesco.org/​languages-atlas/​|UNESCO]] ^ [[https://​www.ethnologue.com/​language/​ket/​|Ethnologue]] ^ [[http://​www.endangeredlanguages.com/​lang/​2430|Endangered Languages]] ^ +^ [[http://​www.unesco.org/​languages-atlas/​|UNESCO]] ^ [[https://​www.ethnologue.com/​language/​ket/​|Ethnologue]] ^ [[http://​www.endangeredlanguages.com/​lang/​2430|Endangered Languages]] ​^  [[https://​glottolog.org/​resource/​languoid/​id/​kett1243|Glottolog]]  ​
-| {{ :​endangerment:​orange.png?​nolink | Severely Endangered }} | {{ :​endangerment:​red.png?​nolink | Dying }} | {{ :​endangerment:​red.png?​nolink | Endangered }} |+ {{:​endangerment:​orange.png?​nolink|Severely Endangered}} ​  {{:​endangerment:​red.png?​nolink|Dying }}   {{:​endangerment:​red.png?​nolink|Endangered}} ​ ​| ​ {{:​endangerment:​orange.png?​nolink|Shifting}}  ​
 ==== Linguistic aspects: ===== ==== Linguistic aspects: =====
   * Classification:​ Yeniseian → Northern Yeniseian, for more information,​ see [[http://​glottolog.org/​resource/​languoid/​id/​kett1243|ket1243]] at [[http://​glottolog.org/​|Glottolog]]   * Classification:​ Yeniseian → Northern Yeniseian, for more information,​ see [[http://​glottolog.org/​resource/​languoid/​id/​kett1243|ket1243]] at [[http://​glottolog.org/​|Glottolog]]
-  * Script: Cyrillic. In the Soviet period the written Ket language was based on the alphabet that was common to the people of the north. In 1986 a new cyrillic Ket alphabet with 32 letters was created by E. Kreinovich. (( Vahtre, L. & Viikberg, J. (1991). // The Red Book of the People of the Russian Empire.// Available at: https://​www.eki.ee/​books/​redbook/​kets.shtml.)) G.K. Werner has developed the alphabet and writing in Cyrillic symbols for Ket textbooks in the 1990s. (( Kryukova, E.(2013).// The Ket language: from descriptive linguistics to interdisciplinary research.// Available at: http://​ling.tspu.edu.ru/​en/​archive.html?​year=2013&​issue=1&​article_id=3970 )) See [[general_information:​russian_legislation|Russian legislation concerning script]]. +  * Script: Cyrillic. In the Soviet period the written Ket language was based on the alphabet that was common to the people of the north. In 1986 a new cyrillic Ket alphabet with 32 letters was created by E. Kreinovich. (( Vahtre, L. & Viikberg, J. (1991). // The Red Book of the People of the Russian Empire.// Available at: https://​www.eki.ee/​books/​redbook/​kets.shtml.)) G.K. Werner has developed the alphabet and writing in Cyrillic symbols for Ket textbooks in the 1990s. (( Kryukova, E.(2013).// The Ket language: from descriptive linguistics to interdisciplinary research.// Available at: http://​ling.tspu.edu.ru/​en/​archive.html?​year=2013&​issue=1&​article_id=3970 )) See [[general_information:​russian_legislation#​Legislation concerning Script|Russian legislation concerning script]].
 ==== Language standardization:​ ==== ==== Language standardization:​ ====
  
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