Item details
Item ID
SocCog-102
Title Family Problems in Burmese
Description Family Problems task from the Social Cognition Project recorded in Yangon for Burmese. The task has three stages: 1) description of individual picture cards in the prescribed order, 2) first-person retelling of the story (as the man) [starting 00:30:17] and 3) first-person retelling of the story (as the wife) [starting 00:35:27].
Origination date 2010-06-06
Origination date free form
Archive link https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SocCog/102
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Collector
Aung Si
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Language as given Burmese
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Dialect
Region / village Yangon (Rangoon)
Originating university Australian National University
Operator Julia Colleen Miller
Data Categories primary text
Data Types Sound
Discourse type interactive_discourse
Roles Aung Si : recorder
Daw Than Than Nu : participant
U Aung Nyein : participant
DOI 10.4225/72/56FBF4391CDAE
Cite as Aung Si (collector), Aung Si (recorder), Daw Than Than Nu (participant), U Aung Nyein (participant), 2010. Family Problems in Burmese. MPEG/VND.WAV. SocCog-102 at catalog.paradisec.org.au. https://dx.doi.org/10.4225/72/56FBF4391CDAE
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SocCog-102-audio.mp3 audio/mpeg 35.1 MB 00:38:27.659
SocCog-102-audio.wav audio/vnd.wav 1.24 GB 00:38:27.650
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Collection Information
Collection ID SocCog
Collection title Social Cognition Project
Description Materials from a structured task for gathering enriched language data for descriptive, comparative and documentary purposes. The task involves collaborative narrative problem-solving and retelling by a pair or small group of language speakers, and was developed as an aid to investigating grammatical categories relevant to psychosocial cognition. The pictures set up a dramatic story where participants can feel empathetic involvement with the characters, and trace individual motivations, mental and physical states, and points of view. The data-gathering task allows different cultural groups to imbue the pictures with their own experiences, concerns, and conventions and stimulates the spontaneous use of previously under-recorded linguistic structures. Picture sets include "Family Problems" and "Crow and Jackal".
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Access Information
Edit access Aung Si
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Data access conditions Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Data access narrative
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