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by William A. Smalley

  • ISBN: 0226762882
  • Author: William A. Smalley
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  • Language: English
  • Pages: 452
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Press; 1 edition (June 15, 1994)
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  • Category: Reference
  • Subcategory: Foreign Language Study & Reference
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ISBN13: 9780226762890.

Approaches to linguistic ecology: Coincidences and Divergences (Part 1/5) - Продолжительность: 22:10 CUSC UB Recommended for yo. Страна: США. Безопасный режим: выкл.

Approaches to linguistic ecology: Coincidences and Divergences (Part 1/5) - Продолжительность: 22:10 CUSC UB Recommended for you. 22:10.

Smalley, William A. (1997). Early Protestant Missionaries and the Development of Thailand’s Hierarchy of Multilingualism'.

Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Smalley, William A. In Arthur S. Abramson (e., Southeast Asian Linguistics Studies in Honor of Vichin Panupong, pp. 237–252. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Press. Smalley, William . and Nina Wimuttikosol (1998). Another Hmong Messianic Script and Its Texts'.

June 1995 · Journal of Linguistic Anthropology.

June 1995 · Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1994.

Diller, Anthony (1991). Melbourne: Monash University Centre of Southeast Asian Studies. Reprinted, 1993; Chiangmai, Thailand: Silkworm. Grillo, Ralph D. (1989). Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press. Kamthorn, Roengsak (1992).

Are you sure you want to remove Linguistic diversity and national unity from your list? . by William Allen Smalley. Published 1994 by University of Chicago Press in Chicago.

Are you sure you want to remove Linguistic diversity and national unity from your list? Linguistic diversity and national unity. Includes bibliographical references (p. 391-425) and index.

Book Publishing WeChat. Smalley, W. A. (1994). Chicago: University of Chicago Press. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Mitochondrial DNA-HVR1 Variation Reveals Genetic Heterogeneity in Thai-Isan Peoples from the Lower Region of Northeastern Thailand. ABSTRACT: The Thai-Isan are the largest ethnic group in Northeastern Thailand, who migrated from the territory of present-day Laos around 200 years ago. There are a limited number of previous studies of mtDNA diversity in Northeastern Thai populations.

Unlike other multi-ethnic nations, such as Myanmar and India, where official language policy has sparked bloody clashes, Thailand has maintained relative stability despite its eighty languages. In this study of the relations among politics, geography, and language, William A. Smalley shows how Thailand has maintained national unity through an elaborate social and linguistic hierarchy.Smalley contends that because the people of Thailand perceive their social hierarchy as the normal order, Standard Thai, spoken by members of the higher levels of society, prevails as the uncontested national language. By examining the hierarchy of Thailand's diverse languages and dialects in light of Thai history, education, culture, and religion, Smalley shows how Thailand has been able to keep its many ethnic groups at peace.Linguistic Diversity and National Unity explores the intricate relationship between language and power and the ways in which social and linguistic rank can be used to perpetuate order.

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