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References: Orang Asli bibliography 2001 (27): Oesch to Osman

Updated: Aug 28, 2023

From: Lye Tuck-Po, ed. 2001. Orang Asli of Peninsular Malaysia: A Comprehensive and Annotated Bibliography, CSEAS Research Report Series No. 88. Kyoto: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University.References 720–732

536. OESCH, Hans. 1973. “Musikalische Kontinuität bei Naturvölkern: Dargestellt an der Musik der Senoi auf Malakka” [Musical continuity among tribal peoples: Exhibited in the music of the Senoi of Malaya]. In Studien zum Tradition in der Musik: Kurt von Fischer zum 60 Geburtstag. Ed. Hans Heinrich Eggebrecht. Munich (publisher unknown) — technical paper on Orang Asli music. [GB #1677]
537. ——. 1974. “Musikalische Gattungen bei Naturvölkern: Untersuchungen am vokalen und instrumentalen Repertoire des Schamanen Terhin und seiner Senoi-Leute von Stamme der Temiar oberen Nenggiri auf Malakka” [Musical genres among tribal peoples: Researches on the vocal and instrumental repertoire of the shaman Terhin and his Senoi people on the upper Nenggiri in Malaya]. Pp. 7–20 in Festshrift für Arno Volk. Ed. Carl Dahlhaus and Hans Oesch. Cologne (publisher unknown). [see note for #720]
538. OGILVIE, C. S. 1940. The “Che Wong”, a little known primitive people. MNJ 1: 23–25 — Ogilvie was the then Game Warden; this and the following articles were based on brief contacts at Krau Game Reserve from 1938–1953. Of this article, RKL #1691 comment: interesting preliminary notes and eight good photographs.
539. ——. 1948. More on the Che Wong. MNJ 3: 15–29 — chiefly devoted to a brief glossary of their language and compares some words with Malay or Semang words. Also includes brief description of diet and a detailed population census. See also notes for #722. [RKL #1691]
540. ——. 1949. Che Wong word list and notes. Pp. 11 in #201 — the Chewong “leader” Maroi mentioned here, after whom the group was sometimes named (“Orang Maroi”), was the father of Beng and Patong, who would later become the primary informants of Signe Howell. Reports that two-thirds of the Chewong died as a result of the 1918 influenza pandemic. See also notes for #722. [ASB; Howell #471]
541. OLSZEWSKA, Zuzanna. 1999. Thoughts on the Selangor River dam: Orang Asli and the politics of indigenousness in Malaysia. CSQ 23(3): 41–43.
542. OMAR b. Abd. 1978. The Orang Kanaq of southeastern Johor: A preliminary ethnography. Ed. Anthony R. Walker. Provisional research report no. 7, Social Anthropology Section, School of Comparative Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang — includes detailed description of the various components of the collecting economy: rattan collection, yam-digging, fruit-collection. [LTP]
543. ——. 1985. The diversified economy of the Orang Kanaq of southeastern Johor, Malaysia. Contrib. SEA Ethnog. 4: 31–74.
544. ONG Hean Chooi. 1986. Ecology, resource utilization and ethnobiology of the Temuan at Ulu Langat, Selangor. Ph.D. thesis, Faculty of Science, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.
545. ——. 1996. The Temuan ecosystem. Wallaceana 77: 9–15.

546. OOI Jin-Bee. 1963. Land, people and economy in Malaya. London: Longmans — detailed and much-consulted source on Peninsula geography; now badly outdated. Chapter 8 gives an overview of Orang Asli economies drawing mainly from shifting cultivation studies and Williams-Hunt #986. [LTP]
547. OSBORN, Sherard. 1857. Quedah, or stray leaves: From a journal in Malayan waters. London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longman, and Roberts — includes his perceptions of the Orang Seletar of Singapore and observations of slavery [CN #684]. Reprinted 1987 as The blockade of Kedah: A midshipman’s exploits in Malayan waters, introd. J. M. Gullick (Singapore: OUP).
548. OSMAN b. Bongsu. 1994. Hubungan cara gaya asuhan ibu bapa terhadap pencapaian akademik pelajar Orang Asli [Connection between parental caregiving styles and academic achievement of Orang Asli students]. Projek Ijazah Bacelor Pendidikan (Bimbingan dan Kaunselling), Jabatan Pendidikan, Fakulti Pengajian Pendidikan, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia, Serdang.
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