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Conversations on Self-Help Groups -- hru_1230_shg -- Documentation and Description of the Hrusso Aka Language of Arunachal Pradesh
Title:
Conversations on Self-Help Groups -- hru_1230_shg -- Documentation and Description of the Hrusso Aka Language of Arunachal Pradesh
ID:
https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1195561%23
IGS0277
Online:
Yes
Archive:
Contributor:
Anu 'Tranje' Jebisow (consultant)
Richon Jebisow (consultant)
Vijay D'Souza (researcher)
Thomas Small (recorder)
Publisher:
Vijay D'Souza
University of Oxford
Description:
Women self-help groups are a recent phenomenon in the Hrusso Aka area. They have given women the power to conduct their economic affairs. In these videos three women active in self-help group movement talk to one another about women's empowerment through self-help groups. They begin by narrating how self-help groups started, how each of their self-help group is faring and how the groups have been helpful in their lives.
Daughter of Nima and Kejang Jebisow, and is married to an Apatani ('Chandu' Mihin Chada). The couple is temporarily residing in Buragaon for business. In the first year of recording, she ran a shop. She is fluent in Hrusso Aka and a very good public speaker. She takes an active role in women's self-help groups coordinated by UFS nuns and AJS at Buragaon, and has recently become the co-ordinator of the self-help goups of East and West Kameng Districts. Also know as 'Tranje'. A member of the Aka (Hrusso) Literature Team, formed in 2017, under the leadership of Vijay D'Souza. Original village: Buragaon
Daughter of the late Tasu (hru: Traŝüw) Sichisow and the late Agu Sichisow. (hru: Ĝutsoñ) Known by the nickname 'Ksetŝüm' (the crying one) Original village: Buragaon
Son of Güzamo (from Yayung) and the late Norbu Jebisow, married to the late Miting Khabisow, mother of 5 children. Known as 'Ajenka'. Sita serves as a catechist for the village. Original village: Buragaon. Sita was born and brought up in Thrizino until the age of 12 when she moved to Buragaon, which is where she was lived since.
Born in Karnataka, India. Working in Northeast India as a Jesuit since 1999. Involved with Hrusso Aka orthography development and language support since 1999, having learned the language at Palizi while teaching. Currently doing a DPhil (PhD) in linguistics at the University of Oxford, UK (Thesis: A Grammar of Hrusso Aka). Founder and leader of the Hrusso Literature Team, formed in 2017.
Subject language:
English
Hruso
Hindi
Language family:
Indo-Iranian
Indo-European
Germanic
Indic
Sino-Tibetan
Tibeto-Burman
Other coverage:
India
Other date:
2016-03-12
Other format:
image/jpeg
video/mp4
text/x-eaf+xml
Other subject:
natural language
interview
English
Hruso
Hindi
Other type:
Image
Video
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Archive: Endangered Languages Archive
Online: Yes
Subject language: English
Subject language: Hindi
Subject language: Hruso
Language family: Germanic
Language family: Indic
Language family: Indo-European
Language family: Indo-Iranian
Language family: Sino-Tibetan
Geographic region: Asia
Geographic region: Europe
Contributor: Anu 'Tranje' Jebisow
Contributor: Richon Jebisow
Contributor: Sita Khabisow
Contributor: Thomas Small
Contributor: Vijay D'Souza
Publisher: University of Oxford
Publisher: Vijay D'Souza
Title: Conversations on Self-Help Groups -- hru_1230_shg -- Documentation and Description of the Hrusso Aka Language of Arunachal Pradesh
Other coverage: India
Other date: 2016-03-12
Other format: image/jpeg
Other format: text/x-eaf+xml
Other format: video/mp4
Other subject: English
Other subject: Hindi
Other subject: Hruso
Other subject: interview
Other subject: natural language
Other type: Image
Other type: Video