Yao of Thailand

ETHNONYMS: Iu Mian, Man, Mian


Chob Kacha-ananda (1977). "Étude ethnographique du groupe ethnique Yao en Thailand du Nord." Doctoral dissertation, Université de Paris.

Kandre, Peter (1965). Autonomy and Integration of Social Systems: The lu Mien ( "Yao" or "Man" ) Mountain Population and Their Neighbours. Göteborg: n.p.

LeBar, Frank M., Gerald C. Hickey, and John K. Musgrave, eds. (1964). "Thailand Yao." In Ethnic Groups of Mainland Southeast Asia, 91-93. New Haven: HRAF Press.

Lemoine, Jacques (1982). Yao Ceremonial Paintings. Bangkok: White Lotus.

Shiratori, Yoshiro (1978). Tōnan Ajia sanchi minzokushi: Yao to sono rinsetsu shoshuzoku: Jōchi Daigaku Sheihoku Tai Rekishi Bunka Chōsadan hōkoku (Ethnography of the Hill-Tribes of Southeast Asia ...) . Tokyo: Kōdansha.

Takemura, Takuji (1975). Clan Organization and Merit-Making Systems of the Yao, Northern Thailand. Report submitted to Thailand NRC, Bangkok.

Takemura, Takuji (1978). An Ethnography of the Yao Religious Life in Northern Thailand. Osaka.

Young, Gordon Oliver (1961). The Hilltribes of Thailand: A Socio-Ethnological Report. Bangkok: Government of Thailand.


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Aug 20, 2010 @ 5:17 pm
More recent material on Thailand's Yao (Mien) in Hjorleifur Jonsson, Mien Relations: Mountain People and State Control in Thailand, Cornell University Press, 2005 (and Silkworm in Thailand)

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