Chin



ETHNONYMS: 'kKxou and related words; Mizo (same as Lushai), Zo, Zomi. Also regional and dialect group names: Chinbok, Chinbon, Dai, Kuku, Lai (same as Haka), Laizo (same as Falam), Mara (same as Lakher), Ngala (same as Matu), n'Men, etc.


See also Mizo

Bibliography

Carey, B. S., and H. P. Tuck (1896). The Chin Hills. 2 vols. Rangoon: Government Press.


Lehman, F. K. (1963). The Structure of Chin Society. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.


Lehman, F. K. (1970). "On Chin and Kachin Marriage Cycles." Man , n.s. 5:118-125.


Lehman, F. K. (1989). "Internal Inflationary Pressures in the Prestige Economy of the Feast-of-Merit Complex." In Upland-Lowland Contrasts in Mainland Southeast Asia, edited by Susan B. Russell, 89-102. Northern Illinois University Center for Southeast Asia Studies Occasional Paper. DeKalb.


Parry, N. E. (1932). The Lakhers. London: Macmillan.


Shakespear, John (1912). The Lushei Kuki Clans. London: Macmillan.

Stevenson, H. N. C. (1943). The Economics of the Central Chin Tribes. Bombay: Times of India Press (for The Government of Burma in Exile).

F. K. LEHMAN (MARK-PA)

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