Khác biệt giữa các bản “Tiếng Ese Ejja”

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== Các đặc điểm lịch sử, xã hội và văn hóa ==
=== Sử dụng và phân bố ===
Ese Ejja is spoken in the [[La Paz Department (Bolivia)|La Paz]], [[Beni Department|Beni]], and [[Pando Department|Pando]] departments of Bolivia (in the provinces of Iturralde, Ballivián, Vaca Diez, and Madre de Dios) on the [[Beni River|Beni]] and [[Madre de Dios River|Madre de Dios]] rivers; and in the [[Madre de Dios Region|Madre de Dios]] and [[Puno Region|Puno]] regions of Peru. According to Alexiades & Peluso (2009), there are approximately 1,500 Ese Ejja, distributed among different communities in Peru and Bolivia. The Bolivian Ese Ejja are divided into two clans: the Quijati, around the Riberalta region; and the Hepahuatahe in the Rurenabaque region. Crevels & Muysken (2009:15) write that in Bolivia there were 518 Ese Ejja speakers (of four years of age and older), and therefore is an endangered language. Some names used to refer to the language are Ese'eha, Chama, and Warayo; Chama is a pejorative regional name, and Guarayo is also the name of a Tupí-Guaraní language. In Peru the Ese Ejja language (Guacanahua, Echoja, Chuncho) is spoken along the Madre de Dios and [[Tambopata River|Tambopata]] rivers and at their sources in three locations: Sonene, Palma Real, and Infierno. Ese Ejja is also seriously threatened in Peru, with 840 speakers in an ethnic group of the same size.
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