Stories in Kagulu, a Bantu language of Tanzania

SND-ID: SND 0927

Creator/Principal investigator(s)

Malin Petzell - University of Gothenburg, Department of Languages and Literatures orcid

Description

The study comprises five stories told in the Bantu language Kagulu of Tanzania. The stories are available as sound recordings as well as glossed transcriptions. However, the transcriptions do not closely follow the sound recordings but have been normalised in cooperation with a native speaker.

Purpose:

The general aim is to document the Tanzanian minority language Kagulu.

Language

English

Kagulu

Research principal, contributors, and funding

Research principal

University of Gothenburg

Responsible department/unit

Department of Languages and Literatures

Protection and ethical review

Data contains personal data

No

Method and time period

Population

Kagulu

Time period(s) investigated

2003 – 2008

Geographic coverage

Geographic spread

Geographic location: Tanzania

Geographic description: Kilosa district, Morogoro region

Publications

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Petzell, Malin. 2010. "Further analysis of negation in Kagulu". Karsten Legère, Christina Thornell (eds.). Bantu Languages: Analyses, Description and Theory. East African Languages and Dialects, vol. 20. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe.
Institutional Repository | Swepub

Petzell, Malin. 2008. The Kagulu language of Tanzania: grammar, texts and vocabulary. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag.
Libris | Institutional Repository | Swepub
ISBN: 978-3-89645-704-2

Petzell, Malin. 2007. A linguistic description of Kagulu. Gothenburg: Department of Oriental and African languages.
Swepub | Institutional Repository | Libris

Petzell, Malin. 2011. "Så fångas ett flyende språk". Språktidningen. December 2011.
Institutional Repository | Swepub | Link to the article
ISSN: 1654-5028

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Dataset 1
Three stories in Kagulu, a Bantu language of Tanzania

Description

The dataset contains three sound recordings in wave format, three text files containing transcriptions and translations of the sound recordings, one text document explaining the abbreviations used in the glosses and a spreadsheet containing metadata.

Version 1.0

Citation

Malin Petzell. University of Gothenburg (2014). Three stories in Kagulu, a Bantu language of Tanzania. Swedish National Data Service. Version 1.0. https://doi.org/10.5878/001654

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Data format / data structure

Text

Audio

Creator/Principal investigator(s)

Malin Petzell - University of Gothenburg, Department of Languages and Literatures orcid

Time period(s) investigated

2003 – 2003

Collection methodology

Sound recording

Data collection

  • Mode of collection: Recording
  • Time period(s) for data collection: 2003-08-28–2003-08-29
  • Number of responses: 1
Dataset 2
"Being mischievous" and "The man and his wife"

Description

This dataset contains two sound files with the stories "Being mischievous" and "The man and his wife". The files are in wave format. The recordings come with an original transcript made by a speaker and an interlinear transcript exported from Toolbox. Finally there is also a spreadsheet with metadata.

Version 1.0

Citation

Malin Petzell. University of Gothenburg (2014). "Being mischievous" and "The man and his wife". Swedish National Data Service. Version 1.0. https://doi.org/10.5878/002081

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Data format / data structure

Text

Audio

Creator/Principal investigator(s)

Malin Petzell - University of Gothenburg, Department of Languages and Literatures orcid

Time period(s) investigated

2003 – 2003

Collection methodology

Sound recording

Data collection

  • Mode of collection: Recording
  • Time period(s) for data collection: 2003-08-28–2003-08-29
  • Number of responses: 1

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Published: 2014-01-16
Last updated: 2020-01-17