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Reflections on People Group Thinking by Bill M.

These are thoughts From Bill M. in August of 2009;

The people group paradigm is most useful when the following conditions are met.

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Is the “People In Country” perspective necessary?

For quite a while, I have been thinking about the people in country perspective. In 2002 we developed a flat database of the worlds peoples to place on the Internet. By flat I mean that the database was one table and had no relationships. During that development we took out the people in country perspective leaving only one record per people group.

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Larry K. On Local Multilingual Research Model

Ideas from Etnopedia to Larry about suggestions for the discussions at the Ethne09 meeting.

1. How can research be made useful on a local level?

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Conversation with Ted B. about Unidentified Languages

I was wondering one day how many unidentified languages there are aroung the world so I skyped an expert. These were his comments.  I took notes. [my comments]
Feel free to correct this Ted if you remember differently.  🙂