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The Significance of Sudan for Forensic Linguistics

The Significance of Sudan for Forensic Linguistics

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Title: The Significance of Sudan for Forensic Linguistics
Author: Abu-Manga, Al-Amin
Abstract: Sudan is the largest country in Africa, with an area of ca. 1 million square miles inhabited by ca. 40 million people. Like many of the tropical African countries, it is characterized by linguistic density and diversity. But it is also distinguished from the other countries by a number of additional characteristics, most prominent among these being the instability of its language situation, multiplicity of border languages and existence within its territories of a number of West African immigrant languages. In what follows we try to give more details about these characteristics
Description: The Significance of Sudan for Forensic Linguistics
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/5087
Date: 2005-07


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