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Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (JSEALS) Volume 9 (2016)

JSEALS papers are put online as they are ready, and all papers that appear in a given year constitute that year’s numbered volume. At the end of each year there is the option to bundle the papers into a single file. Additionally, papers are securely archived by ANU Digital Collections.

Papers (peer-reviewed)

Parada DECHAPRATUMWAN. Language Choice and Code-Switching in Casual Conversations of Tai Dam Bilinguals at Baan Huathanon of Nakhonpathom Province in Thailand .pp.1-29.

Somsonge BURUSPHAT. A Discourse Analysis of the Tai Dam Chronicle. pp.30-47.

Phil ROSE.  Complexities of Tonal Realisation in a Right-Dominant Chinese Wu Dialect – Disyllabic Tone Sandhi in a Speaker from Wencheng. pp.48-80.

 

Kenneth BACLAWSKI Jr and Peter JENKS.   Clefts and anti-Superiority in Moken. pp.81-96.

 

Yoshio NISHI. 2016. Proto-Lolo-Burmese and Old Burmese Sources of Written Burmese -ac. pp.9:97-129.

 

Mark Alves.  Review of Dictionary of Kammu Yùan Language and Culture, by Jan-Olof Svantesson, Kàm (Damrong Tayanin) Ràw, Kristina Lindell, and Håkan Lundström. lefts and anti-Superiority in Moken. pp.i-iii.