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References: Orang Asli bibliography 2001 (42c): linguistics Duangchang to Hogan

Updated: Sep 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 1386–1396


Linguistics

1273. DUANGCHANG, Paiboon. 1984. A phonological description of the Kansiw language (a Sakai dialect). M.A. thesis, Mahidol University — on the linguistics of the Yala Kensiu in a resettlement community in Than Tho District, Yala Province. [SN in #1706 no. 10]
1274. ENDICOTT, Kirk. 1972. A wordlist of Batek De’. Unpublished MS. Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH — accurate phonemic transcription. [GB]
1275. EVANS, Ivor H. N. 1915. Some Semang vocabularies obtained in Pahang and Perak. J. Fed. Mal. St. Musms. 6(2): 115–125.
1276. GAFOS, Adamantios. 1998. “Correspondence in Temiar: No need for long-distance spreading here”. Pp. 115–131 in Papers from the 5th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, 1995. Ed. S. L. Chellian and W. J. de Reuse. Tempe: Program for Southeast Asian Studies, Arizona State University.
1277. ——. 1998. Eliminating long-distance consonantal spreading. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 16: 223–278 — on Temiar morphology.
1278. GASUR. 1991. Bahasa Semai. Nong Pai 1: 91: 26 — language lessons.
1279. ——. 1991. Bahasa Temiar. Nong Pai 1: 91: 25–26 — language lessons.
1280. HAJEK, John. 1998. Kenaboi: An extinct unclassified language of the Malay Peninsula. MKS 28: 137–162.
1281. ——. in press. “The mystery of the Kenaboi”. In Endangered languages and literatures of Southeast Asia. Ed. Hein Steinhauer and James T. Collins. Leiden: KITLV (Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology).
1282. HEWETT, R. D. 1880. Vocabulary of Ulu Selama Semang. JSBRAS 5: 125–156 — since identified as Kintaq. [LTP]


1283. HOGAN, David W. 1989. Urak Lawoi’: Basic structures and a dictionary. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, Series C no. 109, Australian National University.
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