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Title: Contribuição da fonologia ao processo de educação indígena apinayé
Keywords: Linguística e educação;  Línguas indígenas - Palavras e expressões;  Fonologia;  Língua apinayé;  Oralidade;  Escrita;  Apinayé language;  Phonology;  Oral;  written
Issue Date: 18-Sep-2007
Abstract: In this project, we developed a research on the phonologic inventory of the Apinayé language, considering, therefore, the external and internal working aspects in the permanent linguistic and cultural conflict that have been established during the long years of contact of the Apinayé Indians with the majority society. Likewise, we discourse on the functions and the use of the native languages and Portuguese by the Apinayé, historical and current aspects in the school education of the Apinayé, and the social cultural and linguistic reality of the communities in research, represented in our project, by the São José and Mariazinha Indian villages, the most populous Apinayé villages. In the study on the phonologic inventory of the Apinayé language, we reached different results in several areas, in the works published by Ham, up to the end of the 70 s, among which, is the fact that they do not have our description the of average posterior nasal decrease not-rounded off / / and the average open nasal vowels / / and / /, for not appearing in the data collected and analyzed, and also, for not being recognized by our informers as phonemes of their language. Based on the theoretical and methodological aspects of the descriptive linguistics, we proposed an updated view of phonemes of the Apinayé language, and, based on it, we supply subsidies for a revision of the Apinayé orthography, which goes to the meetings of the requirements of the Apinayé communities, mainly of the Indian teachers
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