Samal



ETHNONYMS: Badjaw, Bajao, Bajau, Sama, Samah, Sinama


See also Bajau ; Samal Moro ; Sea Nomads of the Andaman ; Selung/Moken ; Yakan

Bibliography

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Geoghegan, William (1984). "Sama." In Muslim Peoples: A World Ethnographic Survey, edited by Richard V. Weekes, 654-659. London: Aldwych.


Pallesen, A. Kemp (1985). Culture Contact and Language Convergence. Manila: Linguistic Society of the Philippines.


Pelras, Christian (1972). "Notes sur quelques populations aquatiques de l'Archipel Nusantarian." Archipel 3:133-168.


Sather, Clifford (1984). "Sea and Shore People: Ethnicity and Ethnic Interaction in Southeastern Sabah." Contributions to Southeast Asian Ethnography 3:3-27.


Szanton, David (1973). "Art in Sulu: A Survey." Sulu Studies 2:3-69.


Warren, James F. (1978). "Who Were the Balangingi Samal? Slave Raiding and Ethnogenesis in 19th Century Sulu." Journal of Asian Studies 37:477-490.


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