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Bibliography (selected)

Bearth, Thomas & Fan Diomandé 2003. Local language - a neglected source for sustainable development. MS.

Beck, Anke 1995. ,Language and nation in Namibia: The fallacies of Modernization Theory', Discrimination through Language in Africa? Perspectives on the Namibian Experience, ed. by Martin Pütz. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter. Pp. 207 - 221.

Beck, Rose Marie (in print). We speak Otjiherero but we write in English, disempowerment through language use in participatory extension work, in Along the Routes to Power: Explorations of the Empowerment through Language, ed. by Martin Pütz, Joshua Fishman & JoAnne Neff-van Anselaer.

Bierschenk, Thomas & Jean-Pierre Olivier de Sardan 2003. Powers in the Village: Rural Benin Between Democratisation and Decentralisation. Africa 73, 2: 145 - 173.

Bollig, Michael & Jan Bart Gewald (eds.) 2000. Cattle and Land. Transformations of a Pastoral Society in Southwestern Africa. Köln: Köppe.

Brincker, Peter Heinrich 1886/1964. Wörterbuch und kurzgefasste Grammatik des Otji-Herero. Leipzig. (repr. 1964 Ridgwood, NJ: The Gregg Press).

Bryceson, Deborah Fahy (ed.)1995. Women wielding the hoe. Lessons from rural africa for feminist theory and development practice. Oxford & New York: Berg Publishers.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elisabeth & Margret Selting (eds.) 2001. Studies in Interactional Linguistics. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elisabeth & Margret Selting 2001. ,Introducing Interactional Linguistics', in Studies in Interactional Linguistics, ed. by Elisabeth Couper-Kuhlen & Margret Selting. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elisabeth & Margret Selting 2000. 'Argumente für die Entwicklung einer Interaktionalen Linguistik', in Gesprächsforschung - online Zeitschrift für verbale Interaktion 1:76-95.

Deppermann, Arnulf & Thomas Spranz-Fogasy (eds.) 2002. be-deuten. Wie Bedeutung im Gespräch entsteht. Tübingen: Stauffenburg.

Deppermann, Arnulf 2000. Ethnographische Gesprächsanalyse: Zu Nutzen undNotwendigkeit von Ethnographie für die Konversationsanalyse. Gesprächsforschung - Online Zeitschrift zur verbalen Interaktion 1: 96 - 124.

Deppermann, Arnulf 2001. Gespräche analysieren. Eine Einführung. Opladen: Leske & Budrich.

Deppermann, Arnulf 2002. ,Von der Kognition zur verbalen Interaktion: Bedeutungskonstitution im Kontext aus Sicht der Kognitionswissenschaften und der Gesprächsforschung', in be-deuten. Wie Bedeutung im Gespräch entsteht, ed. by Arnulf Deppermann & Thomas Spranz-Fogasy (eds.). Tübingen: Stauffenburg. Pp. 11-33.

Finlayson, Rosalie & Sarah Slabbert 1997.

Gewald, Jan Bart 2000. Colonization, genocide and resurgence: The Herero of Namibia 1890-1933, People, Cattle, and Land. Transformations of a Pastoral Society in Southwestern Africa, ed. by Michael Bollig & Jan Bart Gewald. Köln: Köppe. Pp. 187 - 226.

Gewald, Jan Bart 2000. Colonization, genocide and resurgence: The Herero of Namibia 1890-1933, People, Cattle, and Land. Transformations of a Pastoral Society in Southwestern Africa, ed. by Michael Bollig & Jan Bart Gewald. Köln: Köppe. Pp. 187 - 226.

Glaser, Bernhard & Anselm Strauss 1967. The discovery of grounded theory: strategies for qualitative research. Chicago: Aldine.

Harlech-Jones 1995. ,The role of English in Namibia: a sociocultural and linguistic account', Discrimination through Language in Africa? Perspectives on the Namibian Experience, ed. by Martin Pütz. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter. Pp. 223 - 244.

Henrichsen, Dag 2000. Ozongombe, Omavita and Ozondjembo. The Process of (Re-) Pastoralization amongst Herero in Pre-colonial 19th Century Central Namibia. People, Cattle, and Land. Transformations of a Pastoral Society in Southwestern Africa, ed. by Michael Bollig & Jan Bart Gewald. Köln: Köppe. Pp. 149 - 185. Heritage, John 1984. Garfinkel and Ethnomethodology.

Heritage, John & David Greatbatch 1991. On the Institutional Character of Institutional Talk: The Case of News Interviews. in: Talk and Social Structure. Studies in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis, ed by Deirdre Boden & Don H. Zimmerman. Cambridge: Polity Press. Pp. 93 - 137.

Heritage, John 1984. Harold Garfinkel and ethnomethodology. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Hirschauer, Stefan 1989. Die interaktive Konstruktion von Geschlechtszugehörigkeit, Zeitschrift für Soziologie 18,2: 100-118.

Kotthoff, Helga 2002. Was heißt eigentlich "doing gender"? Wiener Slawistischer Almanach, Sonderband 55, ed. by J. van Leeuwen-Turnovcová et al. [downloaded from her website].

Moerman, Michael 1988. Talking culture: Ethnography and conversation analysis. Philadelphia: University of Philadelphia Press.

Moerman, Michael 1996. The field of analyizing foreign language conversations. Journal of Pragmatics 26:147-158.

Möhlig, Wilhelm, Lutz Marten & Jekura U. Kavari 2002. A Grammatical Sketch of Herero (Otjiherero). Köln: Köppe.

Namibia Natural Resources Consortium (compilers) 2002. Building the future of Namibia. Namibia's national assessment for the World Summit on Sustainable Development 2002. Windhoek: Government of the Republic of Namibia - Ministry of Environment and Tourism - Directorate of Environmental Affairs & UNDP & C21.

Ohly, R., 1984/5. Moderne Begriffsbildung in der Herero-Sprache. SWA Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft, Journal 39. 71-88.

Ohly, Rajmund 1987. The Destabilization of the Herero Language. (African Studies of the Academy, Vol. 2). Windhoek: The Academy.

Ohly, Rajmund 1999. A Grammatical Sketch of Herero, Studies of the Department of African Languages and Cultures, No. 25. Warsaw University, Institute of Oriental Studies.

Pütz, Martin 1995a. ,Attitudes and language: An empirical investigation into the status and use of English in Namibia', Discrimination through Language in Africa? Perspectives on the Namibian Experience, ed. by Martin Pütz. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter. Pp. 245 - 284.

Pütz, Martin 1995b. 'Official monolingualism in Africa: A sociolinguistic assessment of linguistic and cultural pluralism in Namibia', Discrimination through Language in Africa? Perspectives on the Namibian Experience, ed. by Martin Pütz. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter. Pp. 155 - 174.

Republic of Namibia 2003. 2001 Population and Housing Census. National Report. Basic Analysis with Highlights. Windhoek: Central Bureau of Statistics & National Planning Commission.

SARDEP 1995. Strategy Workshop for the next Phase (1996 - 1999) for the Southern and Eastern Communal Areas - Planning SARDEP Implementation. Windhoek, Namibia.

SARDEP 2001. Coping in a fragile environment: The SARDEP experience. (ed. by A.S. Kruger). Windhoek: SARDEP/MAWRD.

Schmitt, Reinhold 2001. Von der Videoaufzeichung zum Konzept "Interaktives Führungshandeln": Methodische Probleme einer inhaltlich orientierten Gesprächsanalyse. Gesprächsforschung - Online-Zeitschrift zur verbalen Interaktion, 2: 141-192.

Streeck, Jürgen 1996. A little Ilokano grammar as it appears in interaction. Journal of Pragmatics 26:189-213.

Ten Have, Paul. 1999. Doing Conversation Analysis. A Practical Guide. Thousand Oaks: Sage.

West, Candace & Don H. Zimmerman 1987. Doing gender. Gender & Society 1,2:125-151.

Wolff, Ekkehart 2003. Tied Tongues, The African Renaissance as a Challenge for Language Planning. Papers and documents from the panel on "Language Policy in Africa" at the 17th Biennal Conference of the German African Studies Association, held at the University of Leipzig, March 30 - April 1, 2000. Münster: Lit.








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