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The Linguists

Discernment Documentary with no detailing published by PBS in 2007 - English language


THE LINGUISTS is a rollicking and pitiful record of two scientists-David Harrison and Gregory Anderson-racing to paper languages on the border of extinction. In Siberia, India, and Bolivia, the linguists confront ward-on the very forces silencing languages: racism, dishonour, and passionate commercial worry. David and Greg's career takes them into into the kindliness of the cultures, data, and communities at hazard when a interaction dies.

Around 7,000 languages are verbal in the great today. Every one of them is tied intimately to its speakers' ethnic and cultural indistinguishability. But with colonialism and globalization, smaller languages are being evil in favor of larger ones, and languages are disappearing at an alarming classify. Some analysts say that a interaction is desperate as often as every two weeks. Today, more than 500 languages are in immediate hazard of being desperate, including two featured in the pic The Linguists: Chemehuevi, a Exclusive American interaction of Arizona, and Chulym, a interaction verbal in Siberia. Two other languages featured, Kallawaya of Bolivia and Sora of India, are less imperilled but mask challenges.

The Linguists shows people who on threatened languages talking about what interaction trouncing debits means to them, and it highlights efforts by scientists to jelly languages that are in hazard of expiring. This pic provides that interaction is an imperative factor of discernment and that the trouncing debits of a interaction is likely to mean the trouncing debits of discernment, report, traditions, values, and group indistinguishability, as well as together grammar patterns.

These subservient ethnographers are in a flume against patch to jelly the increasingly rare words, which are intricately linked to the vanishing traditions and tradition of Native populations.

An Ironbound Films Production


Technical Specs

Video Codec: x264 CABAC High@L4
Video Bitrate: 2 217 Kbps
Video Decision: 720x408
Video Element Correspondence: 16:9
Frames Per Second: 29.970 fps
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192 kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages: english
RunTime Per Responsibility: 1h 4mn — 24mn 3s
Number Of Parts: 2
Part Appraise: 1.09 GB — 348 MB
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