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ArtikelDusner an Austronesian of Biakic Group Languages of West New Guinea: Why it is Dying?  
Oleh: Deda, Andreas Jefri
Jenis: Article from Proceeding
Dalam koleksi: KOLITA 11: Konferensi Linguistik Tahunan Atma Jaya Kesebelas, Jakarta,1-2 Mei 2013, page 333-336.
Topik: Dusner an Austronesian – Biakic group; dying language
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Isi artikelWhen native people quit to speak their fisrt language (L1) and shift to second language (L2) as a dominated language in all society’s social activities consquently the first language (1) is facing condition of treating dying - be endangered - death, and finally extinct. Grimes (1988: 17, in Ibrahim. 2011: 26) mentioned the main reason why minority languages in developed countries dying, is because parents do not teach the language to the children and do not use the language actively at home. Dusner is an Autronesian language of West New Guinea (Papua - Indonesia). As an Austronesian of West New Guinea Dusner is part of Biakic group languages spoken in Dusner village of Kuri Pasai District, Teluk Wondama Regency Papua Barat. This language is a dying language with only three competence speakers who are not living together in the same village. Departing from Grimes (2000:17) statement this research paper would like to describe why the parents do not speak the language at home and teach it to the children? The dying condition of Dusner telling that ideological reason of local believe paradigms between Austronesian of Yapen group versus Austronesian of Biakic group, and Christianization movement in 1920-s are the factors. In addition, misconception of modernism is absolutley following the western’s ideology also contribute a positive progress for the process of Dusner language is dying. This research paper is written based upon the field work study in 2011, and library studies of Papua development progress from missionary ‘zendeling’ perspective.
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