Article published in:
Documentary Linguistics: Working with Communities
Edited by Sumittra Suraratdecha and Toshihide Nakayama
[Language Ecology 3:2] 2019
► pp. 135156
References
Aroonkit, Vasana
1985Phithikam Lae Khrongsang Thang Songkhom Khong Lao Song (Rituals and social structure of Lao Song). M.A. Graduate School. Chulalongkorn University. (in Thai).Google Scholar
1987Rituals and social structure of Lao Song. Journal National Research Council Thailand 19(2): 13–39. (In Thai).Google Scholar
Austin, Peter K.
2010Current issues in language documentation. In Peter K. Austin, ed. Language Documentation and Description Volume 71. London: SOAS. 12–33.Google Scholar
Brown, Marvin
1965From Ancient Thai to Modern Dialects. Bangkok: White Lotus Co. Ltd.Google Scholar
Burusphat, Somsonge, Sujaritlak Deepadung, Sumittra Suraratdecha, Pattama Patpong, Narong Ardsamiti, and Pichet Setapong
2011aLanguage Uses and Attitudes towards Languages and Ethnic Tourism of Ethnic Groups in the Western Region of Thailand. Nakhon Pathom: Research Institute of Languages and Cultures for Asia. (In Thai).Google Scholar
Burusphat, Somsonge, Sujaritlak Deepadung, Sumittra Suraratdecha, Narong Ardsamiti, Pattama Patpong, and Pichet Setapong
2011bLanguage vitality and the ethnic tourism development of the Lao ethnic groups in the western region of Thailand. Journal of Lao Studies 2(2): 23–46.Google Scholar
Burusphat, Somsonge, Sujaritlak Deepadung, Sumittra Suraratdecha, Pattama Patpong, Narong Ardsamiti, and Pichet Setapong
2012Language uses and attitudes towards languages and ethnic tourism of ethnic groups in the western region of Thailand. The Journal 7(1): 27–54.Google Scholar
Choeykiwong, Udom
2002Death ritual of Thai Song Dam (Thai Song). In Thai Local Traditions. Bangkok: Sukkhaphapcaj. 331–338. (In Thai).Google Scholar
Department of Fine Arts
1964Prachum Phong Sawadan Chabup Haw Samud Haeng Chat (Prachum Phong Sawasan Muang Lai). Bangkok: Khurusapha Printing. 38–102. (In Thai).Google Scholar
Dooly, Melinda
2017A Mediated Discourse Analysis (MDA) approach to multimodal data. In E. Moore and M. Dooly, eds. Qualitative Approaches to Research on Plurilingual Education, 189–211. Research publishing​.net. Available online at Crossref
Hartmann, John F.
1980A model for the alignment of dialects in Southwestern Tai. Journal of the Siam Society 68(1): 72–86.Google Scholar
Hill, Jane H.
2006The ethnography of language and language documentation. In Jost Gippert, Nikolaus P. Himmelmann and Ulrike Mosel, eds. Essentials of Language Documentation (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs, 178). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 113–128.Google Scholar
Himmelmann, Nikolaus P.
1998Documentary and descriptive linguistics. Linguistics 361: 161–195. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2006Language documentation: What is it and what is it good for? In Jost Gippert, Nikolaus P. Himmelmann and Ulrike Mosel, eds. Essentials of Language Documentation (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs, 178). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 1–30.Google Scholar
Intharatrakun, Pennipha
1992The beliefs in spirits of the Tai Dam people at Ban Napanat, Khao Kaeo sub-district, Chiang Khan district, Loei province. M.A. thesis. Srinakharinwirot University (In Thai).Google Scholar
Jantima, Angkapanichkit
2014aDocumentary linguistics and the advocacy for language and culture of ethnic groups in Thailand: The case of Tai Song / Tai Dam (Black Tai). Sinlapasart Journal 14(1): 123–149. (In Thai).Google Scholar
2014bLanguage and ethnic identity construction of Tai Dam (Black Tai): The case of Phai Huu Chang community, Nakhon Pathom Province. Vacana Journal 2(1): 1–22. (In Thai).Google Scholar
Jimreivat, Pattiya
2002Culture and tradition of the Tai people in Sipsongchutai: Maintenance, revitalization and integration into the present Vietnamese society. In Yukio Hayashi, ed. Inter-Ethnic Relations in the Making of Mainland Southeast Asia and Southwestern China, 147–165.Google Scholar
Lemoine, Jacques
1998Origin and history of the Lao Song (Black Tai) migration to central Thailand: Cultural identity and social organization in the light of change. Tai Dam from Sipsongchutai to Central of Thailand. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University. 1–14.Google Scholar
Li, Fang Kuei
1960A tentative classifications of Tai dialects. In Stanley Diamond, ed. Culture in History Essay in Honor of Paul Radin. New York: Columbia University Press. 951–959.Google Scholar
Pitiphat, Sumitr
1980The religion and beliefs of the Black Tai, and a note on the study of cultural origins. The Journal of the Siam Society 68(1): 29–38.Google Scholar
2002Religious and Tai Dam Beliefs in Sipsongchutai, Vietnam. Bangkok: Thammasart University. (In Thai).Google Scholar
Patpong, Pattama
2016The transmission of ‘Sen Huen’ as an intangible cultural heritage of Thai Song Dam/ Tai Dam ethnic group. Research Report. Nakhon Pathom: Mahidol University. (In Thai).Google Scholar
Phosan, Apinwat
2009Essences of Lao Song Beliefs and Rituals. Mahasarakham: Apichat Kan Prim. (In Thai).Google Scholar
Premsrirat, Suwailai
2004The diversity in language and ethnicity: An unsolved problem or a valuable resource. Journal of Language and Culture 23(1): 15–24. (In Thai).Google Scholar
2006Language situation in Thai society and ethnic diversity. Journal of Language and Culture 25(2): 5–17. (In Thai).Google Scholar
2007Endangered languages of Thailand. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 1861: 75–93.Google Scholar
Rakpong, Prachan
2000Tai Dam in Laos: Rituals of the death. In Yukio Hayashi and Guangyuan Yang, eds. Dynamics of Ethnic Cultures across National Boundaries in Southwestern China and Mainland Southeast Asia: Relations, Societies and Languages. Chiang Mai: Lanna Cultural Center, Rajabhat Institute Chiang Mai; Kyoto: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University.Google Scholar
Ratnakul, Suriya
1988Naa Naa Phaasaa Nai Asia Akhanay Phaak Thii 1. Bangkok: Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development. (In Thai).Google Scholar
Robinson, Edward Raymond
1994Further classification of Southwestern Tai “P” group languages. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil​.org:9979. Available online at http://​www​.sil​.org​/resources​/archives​/9979
Saiphan, Pichet
2018Dynamics in Cosmology and Worldview of Lao Song/Tai Dam’s Ritual of Death. Bangkok: Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre. (In Thai).Google Scholar
Scollon, Ron
2001Mediated Discourse: The Nexus of Practice. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
2005The discourses of food in the world system: Toward a nexus analysis of a world problem. Journal of Language and Politics 4(3): 465–488. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Scollon, Ron and Suzie W. Scollon
2004Nexus Analysis: Discourse and the Emerging Internet. New York: Routledge. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2007Nexus analysis: refocusing ethnography on action. Journal of Sociolinguistics 11(5): 608–625. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Southwestern Classification. Tai Dam
2019Ethnologue: Languages of the World. Retrieved 15 November 2019. Available online at https://​www​.ethnologue​.com​/subgroups​/southwestern
Sukasaem, Piyawan
2010Supplementary book on local knowledge of Thai Song, Ban Phai Hu Chang, Phai Hu Chang subdistrict, Bang Len district, Nakhon Pathom. Subject groups of Social Science, Religion, and Culture, Primary School. Nakhon Pathom: Phai Hu Chang school. (In Thai).Google Scholar
Udomwech, Manoo
2004Prawatsart Tai Dam Naj Prathet Thai (History of Black Tai in Thailand). Phetchaburi: Phetchaburi Rajabhat University. (In Thai).Google Scholar
Wohlwend, Karen E.
2013Mediated discourse analysis: Tracking discourse in action. In P. Albers, T. Holbrook and A. S. Flint, eds. New Methods in Literacy Research. Abingdon: Routledge. 56–69.Google Scholar
Woodbury, Anthony C.
2003Defining documentary linguistics. In Peter K. Austin, ed. Language Documentation and Description, Volume 11. London: SOAS. 35–51.Google Scholar
2011Language documentation. In Peter K. Austin and Julia Sallabank, eds. The Cambridge Handbook of Endangered Languages. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 159–186.Google Scholar