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References: Orang Asli bibliography 2001 (30c): Schwartz to Siti Rohana

Updated: Aug 30, 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.



562. SCHWARTZ, Ute. 1971. Interethnische Beziehung der Semang, Senoi und Jakun (Malaya) [Interethnic relationships between the Semang, Senoi and Jakun (Malaya)]. Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung des Doktorwürde der Philsophischen, Fakultäten der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, zu Freiburg im Breisgau — “inter-ethnic” here does not refer to ethnic relations in the sociological sense of relations between groups of people. The study is on the historical ethnology of the Orang Asli, based on literature reviews. Includes a valuable account of the early development of Orang Asli studies and a useful listing of obscure nineteenth-century sources. [GB]
563. SCOTT, W. D. 1897. Report relating to Sakai tribes in Selangor, Kuala Selangor district. Reprinted in Sel. J. 5: 396.
564. SHAHRUM b. Yub. 1964. Mah Meri masks. FMJ (n.s.) 8: 18–23.
565. ——. 1965. Mah Meri sculpture. FMJ (n.s.) 9: 52–66.
566. SHAM Sani. 1989. Aspek socio-ekonomi masyarakat Temuan di Bukit Tampoi [Socio-economic aspects of Temuan society]. Akademika 35, July: 87­–96 — findings from a one-week interview-based survey. On how Orang Asli have not been prepared for the socio-economic changes instigated by development processes. Argues that the main responsibility for coping with change is the Orang Asli themselves: i.e., they have to change their attitudes. [LTP]
567. SHARP, I. 1986. Tales of Seventh Heaven. Malayan Naturalist 39(3 & 4): 32–33 — three legends related by Orang Hulu guides of the Endau-Rompin expedition. [RKL #1691]
568. SHARPE, Bryan P. 1976. Interim report on the conditions and prospects of the Orang Asli of Southeast Pahang, Kuantan. 111 pp., with maps. Mimeographed. Lembaga Kemajuan Pahang Tenggara, Kuantan, Pahang — study by sociologists from Universiti Sains Malaysia; includes a small amount of ethnographic information on Orang Hulu and Semelai. The communities studied were: Bkt. Serok, Kg. Aur, Kedaik, Kg. Sg. Muk, Kg. Serdang, Nenasi-Sg. Bebar area, Batu Gong, T. Chini, Bkt. Rok, F. Iskandar. [SN; GB #1677]
569. SHASTRI, Hermen. 1989. Christ in tribal culture: A study of the interaction between Christianity and Semai society of Peninsular Malaysia in the context of the history of the Methodist mission (1930–1983). Doctor of Theology, Faculty of Theology, Ruprecht-Karis-Univertat, Heidelberg.

 

I don't know the details of this photo; apparently shows the armed forces and the Orang Asli during the Emergency

570. SHORT, Anthony. 1975. The Communist insurrection in Malaya 1948–1960. Great Britain: Frederick Muller — the first study of the Emergency to include a full chapter, and not just fragments, on the Orang Asli [CN]. Reprinted 2000 as In pursuit of mountain rats: The Communist insurrection in Malaya, with a new preface (Singapore: Cultured Lotus).

 

571. SHUKOR Kassim. 1971. Kampong Pinang, Orang Asli Settlement, Daerah Rompin, Pahang (Shuichi Nagata, report supervisor; Colin Abraham, project leader). Pahang Tenggara Regional Masterplanning Study, Universiti Pulau Pinang, Pualu Pinang. 27 pp. (with map). Mimeographed. This appears to be the original of a chapter by the same author published 1982 in Microcosms of Malaysian settlement patterns: Case studies of indigenous development (Pahang Tenggara regional master plan) (Perpustakaan Universiti Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang).
572. SINGHAM, K. Nadarajah. 1965. Pulau Sialu. Unpublished exercise, Department of Social Work, University of Singapore, Singapore — on Orang Kuala.
573. SITI Noor. 1996. Pembangunan dan perubahan sosial: Kajian kes di kalangan komuniti Jakun di Kampung Langkap dan Kampung Batu Tiga, Rompin, Pahang [Development and social change: A case study of the Jakun at Kg. Langkap and Kg. Batu Tiga]. M.Sc. thesis, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur — with basic demographic information plus some on health. [ASB]
574. SITI Nor Awang. 1999. Cabaran pembangunan masyarakat Orang Asli [The challenge of Orang Asli development]. Manusia dan Masyarakat (n.s.) 11: 118–134.
575. SITI Noraini Hj. Ismail. 1976. Activity and material flow in an aboriginal settlement at Kampung Guntor, Ulu Jempol, Negri Sembilan. B.A. Hons. thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur — study of Temuan food intake based on recall interviewing. [ATR #1680]
576. SITI ROHANA bt. Jahit. 1984. Satu analisa terhadap socio-budaya masyarakat Orang Asli dengan penekanan khusus kepada aqidah dan kepercayaan mereka serta perbezaannya dengan masyarakat Islam: Satu kajian di Kg. Paya Sendayan, Temerloh, Pahang [A socio-cultural analysis of the Jah Het, focusing on their philosophy and beliefs, as well as a comparison with Muslim society]. Latihan Ilmiah, Ijazah Sarjanamuda, Jabatan Usuluddin dan Falsafah, Fakulti Pengajian Islam, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor.

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