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Watjuho Ja’a : reclaimation of language and land in the Manoki nation

(2020) CADERNOS DE LINGUÍSTICA. 1(3). p.1-15
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The Manoki people (also known as Iranxe) are an indigenous nation of the Juruena valley, in the state of Mato Grosso. The language spoken by the Manoki is a variety of Mỹky, an isolate language. This article aims to present the situation of the Manoki nation and to discuss the strategies that the Manoki are adopting to start a long-term process to reclaim their ancestral language for the younger members of the community, in parallel to a process of reclamation and defense of the ancestral territory of the Manoki people.

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Bardagil, Bernat, et al. “Watjuho Ja’a : Reclaimation of Language and Land in the Manoki Nation.” CADERNOS DE LINGUÍSTICA, vol. 1, no. 3, 2020, pp. 1–15, doi:10.25189/2675-4916.2020.v1.n3.id240.
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Bardagil, B., Kajoli, C. D., & Mampuche, E. L. (2020). Watjuho Ja’a : reclaimation of language and land in the Manoki nation. CADERNOS DE LINGUÍSTICA, 1(3), 1–15. https://doi.org/10.25189/2675-4916.2020.v1.n3.id240
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Bardagil, Bernat, Cledson Dário Kajoli, and Edivaldo Lourival Mampuche. 2020. “Watjuho Ja’a : Reclaimation of Language and Land in the Manoki Nation.” CADERNOS DE LINGUÍSTICA 1 (3): 1–15. https://doi.org/10.25189/2675-4916.2020.v1.n3.id240.
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Bardagil, Bernat, Cledson Dário Kajoli, and Edivaldo Lourival Mampuche. 2020. “Watjuho Ja’a : Reclaimation of Language and Land in the Manoki Nation.” CADERNOS DE LINGUÍSTICA 1 (3): 1–15. doi:10.25189/2675-4916.2020.v1.n3.id240.
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Bardagil B, Kajoli CD, Mampuche EL. Watjuho Ja’a : reclaimation of language and land in the Manoki nation. CADERNOS DE LINGUÍSTICA. 2020;1(3):1–15.
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B. Bardagil, C. D. Kajoli, and E. L. Mampuche, “Watjuho Ja’a : reclaimation of language and land in the Manoki nation,” CADERNOS DE LINGUÍSTICA, vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 1–15, 2020.
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  abstract     = {{The Manoki people (also known as Iranxe) are an indigenous nation of the Juruena valley, in the state of Mato Grosso. The language spoken by the Manoki is a variety of Mỹky, an isolate language. This article aims to present the situation of the Manoki nation and to discuss the strategies that the Manoki are adopting to start a long-term process to reclaim their ancestral language for the younger members of the community, in parallel to a process of reclamation and defense of the ancestral territory of the Manoki people.}},
  author       = {{Bardagil, Bernat and Kajoli, Cledson Dário and Mampuche, Edivaldo Lourival}},
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  journal      = {{CADERNOS DE LINGUÍSTICA}},
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  number       = {{3}},
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  title        = {{Watjuho Ja’a : reclaimation of language and land in the Manoki nation}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.25189/2675-4916.2020.v1.n3.id240}},
  volume       = {{1}},
  year         = {{2020}},
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