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|Title:||Challenges and Prospect of Maintaining Rongga: an Ethnographic Report|
|Authors:||Arka, I Wayan|
|Abstract:||Changes in the ‘ecology of languages’ after the independence of Indonesia have resulted in changes in the social, cultural and economic settings. These changes in turn have affected the well-being of indigenous languages and cultures right across the Indonesian archipelago. This has particularly been the case in the last thirty years under the harsh campaign of Indonesianisation through the rhetoric of pembangunan (development) in the New Order era of Soeharto’s regime. Smaller indigenous languages such as Rongga, a minority language on the island of Flores, are particularly vulnerable.|
|Type of Work:||Article|
|Appears in Collections:||ALS 2004|
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