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The Linguists

Sense Of Values Documentary with no detailing published by PBS in 2007 - English language


THE LINGUISTS is a amusing and moving archive of two scientists-David Harrison and Gregory Anderson-racing to describe languages on the border of extinction. In Siberia, India, and Bolivia, the linguists confront gourd-on the very forces silencing languages: racism, shame, and crazed commercial turmoil. David and Greg's tour takes them perspicacious into the humanitarianism of the cultures, understanding, and communities at hazard when a terminology dies.

Approaching 7,000 languages are viva voce in the far-out today. Every one of them is tied intimately to its speakers' ethnic and cultural uniqueness. But with colonialism and globalization, smaller languages are being wild in favor of bigger ones, and languages are disappearing at an alarming chew out. Some analysts say that a terminology is irremediable as often as every two weeks. Today, more than 500 languages are in immediate peril of being irremediable, including two featured in the The Linguists: Chemehuevi, a Local American terminology of Arizona, and Chulym, a terminology viva voce in Siberia. Two other languages featured, Kallawaya of Bolivia and Sora of India, are less imperilled but clock challenges.

The Linguists shows people who request threatened languages talking about what terminology sacrifice means to them, and it highlights efforts by scientists to marmalade languages that are in peril of expiring. This provides that terminology is an quintessential principles of sense of values and that the sacrifice of a terminology is likely to mean the sacrifice of sense of values, story, traditions, values, and collective uniqueness, as well as inimitable grammar patterns.

These undistinguished ethnographers are in a step lively against opportunity to marmalade the increasingly rare words, which are intricately linked to the vanishing traditions and patrimony of Inbred populations.

An Ironbound Films Production


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Video Codec: x264 CABAC High@L4
Video Bitrate: 2 217 Kbps
Video Unalterability: 720x408
Video Attribute Correlation: 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 Hint At: 1h 4mn — 24mn 3s
Number Of Parts: 2
Part Hugeness: 1.09 GB — 348 MB
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