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  Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre
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Subject Language, cultural, linguistics, sociology, anthropology, literary criticism, Negrito, Segai, Phathalung, Satun, Yala, southern region, Thailand, Southeast Asia
Author Chaloem Maknuan
Title Negrito language: The study of cultural and language characteristics
Document Type Thesis Original Language of Text ภาษาไทย
Ethnic Identity Moniq, Koy, Kanang, Language and Linguistic Affiliations -
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Office of Academic Resources and Information Technology, Ban Somdej Chaophraya Rajabhat University Total Pages 126 Year 2004
Source M.Ed. Thesis (Thai Language and Literature), Ban Somdej Chaophraya Rajabhat University.
Abstract

This thesis investigated three aspects about the Negrito: language analysis by using linguistics theories and cultural analysis by using sociological and anthropological theories. The data for the two aspects were collected from the Negrito in Phathalung, Satun and Song Khla provinces by interviewing. Literary analysis employed a literary criticism concept and the data were derived from the literature,“Ngo Pa”, written by King Rama V.
The study findings revealed that there was only the spoken form of the ethnic language. There were two types of phonemes, which were 22 consonantal phonemes and 20 vowel phonemes. Most of the words were compounds and loanwords from other languages, e.g., Malay, Thai, Chinese, and English. These loanwords had been in existence for a long time.
Culturally, the Negrito earned their living by hunting and gathering. They know how to invent weapons and to use medicinal herbs to heal sicknesses and for birth control. They led a simple isolated life without appreciating the value of money. There was a cultural assimilation with Buddhist and Muslim Thais.
Literally, the language in the literature was mostly correspondent to their present-day language. However, there were some changes according to time (p.100). 

Text Analyst Nikorn Sangkhasiri Date of Report Jan 15, 2021
TAG Language, cultural, linguistics, sociology, anthropology, literary criticism, Negrito, Segai, Phathalung, Satun, Yala, southern region, Thailand, Southeast Asia, Translator -
 
 

 

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