Publications

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ROBERTS, David & Steven L WALTER (2016). Writing morphophonology, reading lexical tone: quantitative evidence in favor of morphographic spelling in Kabiye (Togo). Writing Systems Research 8:2.167-186.

ROBERTS, David (2016). Word tone and tonal overwriting in Kabiye nouns. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 37:1.131–160.

Dan orthography testingROBERTS, David, Stephen L. Walter and Keith Snider (2016) : Neither deep nor shallow: a classroom experiment testing the orthographic depth of tone marking in Kabiye (Togo). Language and Speech 59:1.113–138. Résumé. Télécharger.

ROBERTS, David (2015) : Laying a foundation for tone orthography research and decision-making: the Kabiye homograph corpus. Scripta 7: 151-189. RésuméTélécharger.

ROBERTS, David (2014) : Professional networking - a prerequisite for participatory orthography research in Kabiye (Togo). Journal of West African Languages 41:2, 103-116. Résumé. Télécharger.

ROBERTS, David (2013) : La conjugaison des verbes kabiyè, une langue du Togo : tableaux types, règles d'emploi et index kabiyè-français français-kabiyè des verbes. Harmattan, Paris. Acheter.

ROBERTS, David (2013) : Parlons kabiyè. Harmattan, Paris. Acheter.

ROBERTS, David (2013): A tone orthography typology. In ed. Susanne R. Borgwaldt & Terry Joyce, Typology of Writing Systems, BCT 51, 85-111. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. RésuméTélécharger.

ROBERTS, David & Terry JOYCE (2012): Introduction to the special issue on 'Units of Language — Units of writing': a key relationship in writing systems research. Written Language and Literacy 15:2, 147-152. Table de matières.

ROBERTS, David & Stephen L. WALTER (2012) : Writing grammar rather than tone an orthography experiment in Togo. Written Language and Literacy 15:2, 226-253. RésuméTélécharger.

ROBERTS, David (2011) : Autosegmental and pedagogical considerations in preparation for a tone orthography experiment. Journal of West African Languages 38:2, 87-106. RésuméTélécharger.

ROBERTS, David (2011) : The development of Kabiye and its status as one of the "national" languages of Togo. In Ochien Orwenjo and Obiero Ogone (eds), Language and Politics in Africa: Contemporary Issues and Critical Perspectives, 468-494. Newcastle-on-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Résumé. Télécharger.

ROBERTS, David (2010) : Hidden morpheme boundaries in Kabiye: a source of miscues in a toneless orthography. Writing Systems Research. 2:2 139-153. RésuméTélécharger.Dan literacy class

ROBERTS, David (2010) : Exploring written ambiguities can help assess where to mark tone. Writing Systems Research. 2:1, 25-40. RésuméTélécharger.

ROBERTS, David (2009) : Visual crowding and the tone orthography of African languages. Written Language & Literacy 12:1, 140-155. RésuméTélécharger.

ROBERTS, David (2008) : Thirty years of tone orthography testing in West African languages (1977-2007). Journal of West African Languages 35:1-2, 199-242. RésuméTélécharger.

ROBERTS, David (2008) : The two Kabiye orthographies: a sociolinguistic and linguistic comparison. Written Language & Literacy, 11(1): 49-72. Résumé. Télécharger.

ROBERTS, David (2005) : The variable status of nasals as tone bearing units in Kabiye. In Tone systems in African languages, éd. Rose Juliet Anyanwu, Frankfurter Afrikanistiche Blätter, 17, 155-178. Cologne, Rüdiger Köppe Verlag.

ROBERTS, David (2003) : Tone spreading in the Kabiye associative noun phrase. In Gur Papers 6: Proceedings of the 3rd Gur colloque du 19 au 22 février 2001 à Kara au Togo, éds. Manfred von Roncador, Kerstin Winkelmann et Ulrich Kleinwillinghöfer. Bayreuth, Université de Bayreuth, Allemagne. Télécharger.

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