Tai Daeng

Code ISO 639-3: tyr

Classification: Tai-Kadai > Kam-Tai > Be-Tai > Daic > Central-Southwestern Tai > Wenma-Southwestern Tai > Sapa-Southwestern Tai > Southwestern Tai > Southwestern Tai P > Red Tai > Tai Daeng

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Région Code Nombre
Laos LA 4
Vietnam VN 15
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Références bibliographiques sur cette langue trouvées dans Glottolog

  • Alves, Mark J. and Nguye>?n Duy Hu9o9ng. 2007. Notes on Thanh-Chu9o9ng Vietnamese in Nghe>-.-an Province. In Mark Alves and Paul Sidwell and David Gil (eds.), SEALS VIII Papers from the 8th Annual Meeting of the Southeast A, 1-9. Canberra, Australia: Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studie. (E-2). (cf. référence complète)
  • Anonymous. 2004. Ethnic groups on the Nakai plateau. In Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric Project Social Development Plan: Resettlement Action Plan, 1-20. Ms. (cf. référence complète)
  • Blust, Robert A. 1994. The Austronesian Settlement of Mainland Southeast Asia. In Karen L. Adams and Thomas J. Hudak (eds.), Papers from the Second Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society - 1992, 25-83. Tempe, Arizona: Program for Southeast Asian Studies, Arizona State University. (cf. référence complète)
  • Bưu Khai. 1974. Review of Dương Thanh Binh, <A tagmemic comparison of the structure of English and Vietnamese>. Journal of Oriental Studies 12. 128-30. (cf. référence complète)
  • Clark, Marybeth. 1992. Serialization in mainland Southeast Asia. In The Third International Symposium on Language and Linguistics, 145-159. Bangkok, Thailand: Chulalongkorn University. (cf. référence complète)
  • Comrie, Bernard. 2007. Areal typology of mainland Southeast Asia: what we learn from the WALS maps. In Pranee Kullavanijaya (ed.), Trends in Thai Linguistics, 18-47. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University. (cf. référence complète)
  • Degeorge, J. B. 1927, 1928. Proverbes, maximes et sentences tays [Thai proverbs, maxims, and sentences]. Anthropos 22, 23. 911-932, 596-616. (cf. référence complète)
  • Embree, John F. and Dotson, Lillian O. 1950. Bibliography of the peoples and cultures and mainland Southeast Asia. New Haven, CT: Yale University. (cf. référence complète)
  • Enfield, N.J. n.d. Areal Linguistics and Mainland Southeast Asia. Annual Review of Anthropology 34. 181–206. Annual Reviews. (cf. référence complète)
  • Franklin E. Huffman. 1986. Bibliography and Index of Mainland Southeast Asian Languages and Linguistics. (Yale Language Series.) New Haven: Yale University Press. xxxii+640pp. (alt. class.: PL3501). (cf. référence complète)
  • Gedney, William J. 1964. A comparative sketch of White, Black, and Red Tai. Social Science Review 1. 1-47. (cf. référence complète)
  • Honey, Patrick J. 1972. Review of Dương Thanh, <A tagmemic comparison of the structure of English and Vietnamese sentences>. Bulletin of the School of Asian Studies 35. 183. (cf. référence complète)
  • Hudak, Thomas J. 1994. William J. Gedney's Southwestern Tai dialects: glossaries, texts and translations. (Michigan papers on South and Southeast Asia, 42.) [Ann Arbor, Mich.]: Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, Univ. of Michigan. xviii+1118pp. (cf. référence complète)
  • Huffman, Franklin E. 1985. Bibliography and Index of Mainland Southeast Asian Languages and Linguistics. Yale University Press. New Haven and London. (cf. référence complète)
  • James A. Matisoff. 1991. Endangered Languages of Mainland Southeast Asia. In R. H. Robins and E. M. Uhlenbeck (eds.), Endangered Languages, 189-228. New York: Berg. (cf. référence complète)
  • LeBar, Frank M. 1966. The ethnography of mainland Southeast Asia: a bibliographic survey. BSN 1. 14-40. (cf. référence complète)
  • Lebar, Frank M. and Hickey, Gerald C. and Musgrave, John K. 1964. Ethnic groups of mainland Southeast Asia. In LeBar, Frank M. and Gerald C. Hickey and John K. Musgrave (eds.) New Haven: New Haven, HRAF Press, x, 288p., maps, biblio. x+228+2 maps in pocketpp. (cf. référence complète)
  • Lê Ba Kông and Vu Ngoc Anh. 1955. Thanh-ngư Viêt–Anh–Phap [Vietnamese–English–French idioms]. Saigon: Ziên-Hông. 298pp. (cf. référence complète)
  • Lê Ba Kông and Vu Ngoc Anh. 1976. Thanh-ngư Viêt–Anh–Phap [Vietnamese–English–French idioms]. Houston, TX: Zieleks. 274pp. (cf. référence complète)
  • Lê Ngoc Tru. 1960. Chanh-ta Viêt-ngư [Orthography of the Vietnamese language]. SAigon: Trương-thi Xuât-ban. 189pp. (cf. référence complète)
  • Lê Ngoc Tru. 1960. Viêt-ngư chanh-ta tưǐ [Vietnamese orthographic dictionary]. SAigon: Khai-tri. 706pp. (cf. référence complète)
  • Marc Brunelle and James Kirby. 2015. Re-assessing tonal diversity and geographical convergence in Mainland Southeast Asia. In Nick J. Enfield and Bernard Comrie (eds.), Languages of Mainland Southeast Asia: The State of the Art, 80-108. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. (cf. référence complète)
  • Michel Ferlus. 2008. The Tai dialects of Nghê An, Vietnam (Tay Daeng, Tay Yo, Tay Muong). In Anthony V. N. Diller and Jerold A. Edmondson and Yongxian Luo (eds.), The Tai-Kadai Languages, 298-316. London & New York: Routledge. (cf. référence complète)
  • Nick J. Enfield. 2005. Areal Linguistics and Mainland Southeast Asia. Annual Review of Anthropology 34. 181-206. (cf. référence complète)
  • Nick J. Enfield. 2011. Linguistic diversity in mainland Southeast Asia. In Nick J. Enfield (ed.), Dynamics of human diversity: The case of mainland Southeast Asia, 63-79. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. (cf. référence complète)
  • Noel Mann and Wendy Smith and Eva Ujlakyova. 2009. Linguistic Clusters of Mainland Southeast Asia: An overview of language families + A description of the families. Chiang Mai: Payap University. 20+70pp. (cf. référence complète)
  • R. Robert. 1941. Notes sur les Tay Dèng de Lang Chánh (Thanh-hoá- Annam). (Mémoire / Institut indochinois pour l'étude de l'homme, Hanoi, 1.) Hanoi: Impr. d'Extrême-Orient. 182pp. (cf. référence complète)
  • Robinson, Edward Raymond. 1994. Further classification of Southwestern Tai "P" group languages. (MA thesis, Chulalongkorn University; vii+153pp.) (cf. référence complète)
  • Roger Blench. 2011. The role of agriculture in the evolution of mainland Southeast Asian language phyla. In Nick J. Enfield (ed.), Dynamics of human diversity: The case of mainland Southeast Asia, 125-152. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. (cf. référence complète)
  • Sidwell, Paul. 2013. Southeast Asian mainland: linguistic history. In Peter Bellwood (ed.), Prehistory, 259-268. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing Ltd. (cf. référence complète)
  • Simpson, Andrew. 2003. Clause-Final Modals in Mainland Southeast Asia. In Karen L. Adams and Thomas John Hudak and F. K. Lehman (eds.), Papers from the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian L, 183-197. Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State University, Program for Southeast Asian Studies. (cf. référence complète)
  • Ueda, Hiromi. 2003. Reports on minority languages in Mainland Southeast Asia. (Endangered Languages of the Pacific Rim Publications Series, A3-013.) Osaka: ELPR. 103pp. (Haupsacht. in jap.) (cf. référence complète)

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