Field linguists are often told to rely on naturalistic data as much as elicited data. By this we usually think of recorded narratives. However, a comprehensive description of a language should be built not just on elicited data, but also other types of spontaneously produced speech. Narratives and discourse data are covered in this chapter.
KeywordsOral History Spontaneous Speech Discourse Data Speech Error Narrative Data
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