• Vol 23 No 2 (2020)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 23.2 (2020)

    • Varieties of English Accents: A Study of the Degree of Preference and Intelligibility Among Second-Year English Major Students at Maejo University
    • Invented Identity of Thai Monks in Indonesia
    • The Impact of Communication Technology and Social Media on Intergenerational Relationships between Older Individuals and Their Adult Children in Bangkok
    • Central Thai Food Culture and Acculturation During World War II and the Vietnam War
    • Friedrich Halm’s Earliest Extant, Melodramatic Novelle, St. Sylvesterabend: An Austrian Dramatist’s Hidden Beginnings as a Narrative Fiction Writer
    • Analysis of the Khmer Walled Defensive System of Vimayapura (Phimai City, Thailand): Symbolism or Military Effectiveness?
    • A Dominant Global Translation Strategy in Thai Translated Novels: The Translations of Religious Markers in Dan Brown’s Thriller Novels
    • Review of Sinography: The Borrowing and Adaptation of the Chinese Script. Leiden: Brill  (Handel, Zev 2019)
  • Vol 23 No 1 (2020)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 23.1 (2020)

    • Secularity, Emotion and Law in Ian McEwan’s The Children Act
    • Tales in the Paasaali Dirge: Structure and Moral Lessons from the Past
    • The Influence of Grammatical Gender on Russian and Thai Speakers’ Cognition
    • Traditional Intricate Paper Cutting Techniques of Southern Thailand: Background, Beliefs, and Cultural Animation of Thai Buddhist Culture
    • Translated Plays as a Force for Social Justice
    • Transgender People’s Deterritorialization in Arundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness and Trace Peterson’s “After Before and After”
    • The Image of “Opening and Changing” Vietnam in Thai Contemporary Fiction Books
    • Review of Language in the Public Space: An Introduction to the Linguistic Landscape. Independently published by the author (Schmitt, Holger 2018)
  • The Social and Cultural Context of Language Situation in Southeast Asia
    Vol 22 No 3 (2019)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 22.3 (2019)

    • The Use of English and the National Language on the Radio in ASEAN Countries
    • Why is English Green? The Preference for English on Environmental Discourse at a Thai University
    • Language Choice as a Technology of Talk: A Case Study of Thai Teacher Trainees
    • The Increasing Role of English in Thai Academic Publications
    • Spelling Errors in Thai Made by Chinese Students Learning Thai as a Foreign Language
    • Review of Multimodality: Foundations, Research and Analysis – A Problem-Oriented Introduction (Bateman, John, Janina Wildfeuer, and Tuomo Hiippala 2017)
    • Review of Discourse Analysis: A Resource Book for Students (Jones, Rodney H. 2012)
  • Vol 22 No 2 (2019)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 22.2 (2019)

    • A Hero’s Life and Nietzschean Struggle in Richard Strauss’s Ein Heldenleben
    • Problem-Solving in the Trickster Tales of Nasrdin Avanti: Folktales from the Uyghur People
    • Taste Terms in the Patani Malay Ethnic Group
    • The Representation of Oriental Others in Haydn’s L’incontro Improvviso
    • Images of Thai Women in Magazines for Older Adults
    • Tradition and Creativity of the Rahu Symbol in Buddhist Temples: Case Study of Paintings, Sculptures and Amulets in Central and East of Thailand
    • Review of Multilingualism online (Lee, C. 2017)
  • Vol 22 No 1 (2019)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 22.1 (2019)

    • The Siamese Concept of Muslims through Mural Paintings
    • Heroes and Representations of Masculinity in Thai Action Films
    • Women’s Disintegrated Participation: Hierarchy and Gender Relations Re-Examined in Khru Somsri
    • The Labyrinth and the Non-Solution: Murakami’s a Wild Sheep Chase and the Metaphysical Detective
    • “Remember me, in your stories and in your songs”: The Magical Journey to Celtic Cultural Resurrection and the Re-Discovery of Self in Song of the Sea
    • Review of Human Embrace: The Love of Philosophy and the Philosophy of Love (Hall 2010)
  • Vol 21 No 2 (2018)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 21.2 (2018)

    • Conditionality, Non-self, and Non-attachment in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide: A Buddhist Reading
    • Language Shift and Identity: Exploring Factors which Condition Identity when a Traditional Language is Lost
    • Conceptual Blending Analysis of Diangu (典故 Classic Allusions) as Metaphor in A Dream of Red Mansions
    • Adorned Body, Female Language, and Emotional Marriage between Chinese Women in Snow Flower and the Secret Fan
    • Language Attitudes of Thai Working Adults toward Native and Non-native English Varieties
    • Coherence in Thai Students’ Essays: An Analysis Using Centering Theory
    • Review of Hanvueng: The Goose King and the Ancestral King, an Epic from Guangxi in Southern China. Zhuang Traditional Texts Series. (Holm, David, and Meng Yuanyao 2015)
  • Vol 21 No 1 (2018)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 21.1 (2018)

    • Re-creation of Tribals: Debt, Bonded Slavery and Bonded Prostitution in Mahasweta Devi’s Imaginary Maps
    • The Effects of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication on Relationship Satisfaction in Thai-German Couples
    • Vampires and Sexual Degeneration in Bram Stoker’s Dracula
    • Application of Folktales to Cultural Tourism Management: A Case Study of the Central Isan Provinces of Thailand
    • Syntactic Word-compounding in Tai Khrang
    • Urban Morphological Transformation of Riverfront Communities in the Nakhon Chaisri Basin, Thailand
    • Review of Kafka geht ins Kino / Kafka va au cinéma / Kafka Goes to the Movies. 4-disc DVD set. (Hanns Zischler 2017)
  • Special Issue No. 23 / The Asian Translatorship: Translator, Agency, Approaches

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, Special Issue No. 23 (2017) The Asian Translatorship: Translator, Agency, Approaches

    • The Interpersonal Metafunction and Translation of Power Relations: A Case Study of Fifty Shades of Grey
    • Exploring Translators’ Impact on Translated Narratives: A Model of Re-focalization
    • Towards the Practice of Feminist Translation in Thailand
    • Preserving Harmony First, then Conveying Information: Asian Ways of Interpreting as Maintaining Rapport at a Korean Trans-National Corporation in Thailand
    • An Economist’s Proposal for the Study of the Translation Profession in Southeast Asia
    • Review of Translation and Society: An Introduction. (Tyulenev, Sergey 2014)
  • Vol 20 No 2 (2017)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 20.2 (2017)

    • Thai Tones Produced by Tonal and Non-tonal Language Speakers: An Acoustic Study
    • The Use of the Thai Final Particle Na by Japanese Learners of Thai
    • Yodaya: Thai Classical Music in Myanmar Culture
    • Will-less Contemplation through Listening to Music – An Epistemic Process Analysis of Arthur Schopenhauer’s Concept of Music
    • Gender Representation in Myanmar Literary Works in English
    • Frog Metaphors in Mo Yan’s Novel 蛙 /ua55/ (frog): A Cognitive Perspective
    • Review of Thutiyawiset. (Debyasuvarn, Boonlua (Mom Luang) 1968)
    • Review of An Introduction to Metaphilosophy. (Overgaard, Søren, Paul Gilbert, and Stephen Burwood 2013)
  • Vol 20 No 1 (2017)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 20.1 (2017)

    • Reinventing the ‘Native Other’ in Early Hollywood: The Moroccan Woman Between Native Resistance and Orientalist Episteme in Robert Florey’s Outpost in Morocco (1949) Author(s) : Hassane Oudadene
    • Influence of Changing Thai Society on the Japanese Restaurant Industry in Bangkok
    • Weddings and Thai Women: The Construction of Weddings and the Portrayal of Thai Women through Wedding Stories in Thai Wedding Magazines
    • Conception of the World Creation Myths Contained in Isan Folk Literatures
    • Healing Place and Self: The Renewed Ecological Perception and the Invisible Landscape in Barbara Kingsolver’s Animal Dream
    • Review of The Terror That Comes in the Night: An Experience-Centered Study of Supernatural Assault Traditions (David J. Hufford 1982)
  • Special Issue No. 22/ Linguistic Landscapes of Thailand: Some Preliminary Vistas

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, Special Issue No. 22 (2016) Linguistic Landscapes of Thailand: Some Preliminary Vistas

    • Linguistic Landscape: History, Trajectory and Pedagogy
    • Multilingualism in the Linguistic Landscape of the Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
    • Inside the Shop Names: Hybridity, Language Awareness and Globalization in the Linguistic Landscape of a Local Commercial Neighborhood in Bangkok
    • Chinatown in Bangkok: the Multilingual Landscape
    • Linguistic Landscape Study of Advertising Signage on Skytrain
    • A Linguistic Landscape Study of Signage on Nimmanhemin Road, a Lanna Chiang Mai Chill-Out Street
    • Review of Negotiating and Contesting Identities in Linguistic Landscapes. (Robert Blackwood, Elizabeth Lanza, and Hirut Woldemariam (Eds.) 2016)
  • Vol 19 No 2 (2016)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 19.2 (2016)

    • Lucy Steele, The Mistress of Sense and Sensibility, in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility
    • Settings Children’s Films: Children’s Matters are No Childish Matters
    • Settings Gao Xingjian’s Bus Stop: Dystopia in Contemporary China
    • Settings Buddhism in Italy in The Nineteenth Century
    • Settings Communication in Adopting Moral Norms
    • Review of Lucien Goldmann. (Immanuel Kant 2011)
    • Review of Against, and Beyond Capitalism: The San Francisco Lectures. (Holloway, J 2016)
  • Vol 19 No 1 (2016)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 19.1 (2016)

    • A Semantic Study of the Classifier 只zhī, 个gè And 条tiáo in Mandarin And Three Southern Chinese Dialects
    • A Scientific Reading Of the Protagonist’s Tragedy in Thomas Hardy’s Tess Of The D’urbervilles
    • Phonetic Sources of Sound Change: The Influence of Thai on Nasality in Pwo Karen
    • The Relationship between Buddhism and Indigenous Beliefs and People as Reflected in the Names of Lokapālas in Early Buddhist Literature
    • Film or Flick?: Bundit Rittakol’s Youth Films as A Reflection of Resistance to Socio-Cultural Transition in ThailandReview of Lucien Goldmann. (Immanuel Kant 2011)
    • Review of Basic Linguistic Theory, 3 Volumes. (Dixon, R. M. W. 2010 – 2012)
  • Special Issue No. 21/Implications of Power in Thai Registers

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, Special Issue No. 21 (2015) Implications of Power in Thai Registers

    • First Person Pronouns in Thai Political Language
    • Thai Impersonal Pronouns and Language Power
    • Syntactic Ambiguity in Legal, Political, Media, and Academic Registers of Thai: Patterns and Avoidance
    • Advertising Language and Persuasion
    • Encoding Accuracy in Thai Court Judgments
  • Vol 18 No 2 (2015)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 18.2 (2015)

    • A Historical Perspective of the Chinese Word 有 yǒu in the Chinese Language
    • Of Grizzlies and Man: Watching Werner Herzog’s Grizzly Man through an Ecocritical Lens
    • Ayedawbon Treatises
    • Gender Variation in Acoustic Characteristics of Southern Pa-O Lexical Tones
    • Transformations and Mutations of the Chinese Language Publishing Field in the Digital Age
    • Review of Academic Writing for Graduate Students: Essential Tasks and Skills. (ohn M. Swales and Christine B. Feak 2012)
  • Vol 18 No 1 (2015)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 18.1 (2015)

    • Linguistic Markers and Stylistic Attributes of Hedging in English Academic Papers Written by Native and Non-native Speakers of English
    • On a Quest for the Jewel: A Review of the Fine Arts Department’s Edition of Phra Horathibodi’s Chindamani
    • David Copperfield and the Bildungsroman: Their Contribution to Charles Dickens’s Reputation
    • Morphological Processing Difficulty of Thai Learners of English with Different Levels of English Proficiency
    • From Morality to Medical Danger: Anti-Vivisectionism in the Novels of Three Late-Victorian/Early 20th-Century Writers
    • Review of The Language Myth: Why Language Is Not an Instinct. (Evans, Vyvyan 2014)
  • Special Issue No. 20/Research Findings in Southeast Asian Linguistics, a Festschrift in Honor of Professor Pranee Kullavanijaya

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, Special Issue No. 20 (2014) Research Findings in Southeast Asian Linguistics, a Festschrift in Honor of Professor Pranee Kullavanijaya

    • Preface
    • Nominalization as a Marker of Detachment and Objectivity in Thai Academic Writing
    • The Sensitivity of L1 English-L2 Thai Language Learners to Errors in Thai Basic Serial Verb Constructions
    • Multiple Meanings of the pronoun /haw/ in Tai Lue
    • Layers of Chinese Loanwords in Proto-Southwestern Tai as Evidence for the Dating of the Spread of Southwestern Tai
    • The Lao-speaking Nyo in Banteay Meanchey Province of Cambodia
    • Proto-Karen (*k-rjanA) Fauna
  • Vol 17 No 2 (2014)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 17.2 (2014)

    • Arts Education in Thailand: Why it Matters
    • Settings The Integration of Lukthung Songs into the German Language Teaching and Learning Process of Thai Students
    • Settings A Folk Taxonomy of terms for ghosts and spirits in Thai
    • Settings Rewriting Genders, Revising Genres: Reading Angela Carter’s “The Bloody Chamber” as a Female Bildungsroman
    • Settings The Chinese Hokkien People and the Orchard Development in Bang Kho Laem in the Past
    • Review of Ethnic Relations and Nation Building, The Way Forward. (Maya Khemlani David, James McLellan, Ngeow Yeok Meng, Lean Mei Li, and Wendy Yee Mei Tien. 2010.)
  • Vol 17 No 1 (2014)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 17.1 (2014)

    • A Comparison of Experiential Grammar in Narrative Discourse Between Typically Developing Children and Children with Autism
    • Patterns of Language Choice in a Thai-Sikh Community in Bangkok Author(s) : Rachanee Dersingh
    • A Centering Theory Analysis of Discrepancies on Subject Zero Anaphor in English to Thai Translation
    • Lexical Aspect and the Use of Simple Past Tense by Thai Learners of English
    • Existence of the Communities in Historic Ayutthaya Town, Thailand
    • Review of A Grammar of Western Dani. (Barclay, Peter 2008)
  • Vol 16 No 2 (2013)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 16.2 (2013)

    • Tabi-tabi po: Situating the narrative of the supernatural in the context of the Philippines community development
    • The Myths of Chao Pho Pak Hueng: The Dynamic of the Sacred Narratives and the Construction of Social Space in Thai-Lao Border Communities
    • “Bangkok” in Contemporary Thai Literature: Globalization, Tourism, and Consumerism
    • Friedrich Halm and the Demon of Sex
    • Epithets Referring to Participants in Poetic Thai Poetic Works
    • Review of The Souls of Black Folk. (Du Bois, W.E.B. 2007)
  • Vol 16 No 1 (2013)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 16.1 (2013)

    • The Concept of Buddhas in the Karandavyuha Sutra
    • Filipinos and Thais Saying “No” in English
    • A Corpus-based Study of the Style in Jane Austen’s Novels
    • Landscape Terms of Thai Coast-dwellers
    • The Representation of Consumerism and Identity Formation in Contemporary Thai Literature
    • Review of Bilingualism in International Schools: A Model for Enriching Language Education. (Carder, Maurice 2007)
  • Vol 15 No 2 (2012)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 15.2 (2012)

    • Variation and Change of the Phrae Pwo Karen Vowels and Tones Induced by Language Contact with the Tai Languages
    • Formant Transitions as Effective Cues to Differenciate the Places of Articulation of Ban Pa La-u Sgaw Karen Nasals Author(s) : Karnthida Kerdpol
    • Initial Consonant Voicing Perturbation of the Fundamental Frequency of Oral Vowels and Nasal Vowels: A Controversial Case from Ban Doi Pwo Karen
    • Ban Pa La-u Sgaw Karen Tones: An Analysis of Semitones, Quadratic Trendlines and Coefficients
    • Using GIS for Exploring Karen Settlements: A Case Study of Western and Northern Thailand in the Vicinity of the Thai-Burmese Border
    • Review of Ratanakul’s Ruam botkhwam wichakan lem 1: Kariang
  • Vol 15 No 1 (2012)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 15.1 (2012)

    • Aspectual Properties and Polarity-sensitivity of Copulas pen1 and khuu1 in Thai
    • Significant Features of Northern Thai Cooking Terms and Cooking System
    • Fate and Faith
    • The Story of the Lost Thai CLassical Music Ensemble: The Wang Bang Kholaem Ensemble
    • The Use of Appraisal Theory to Analyze Thai Newspaper Commentaries
    • Review of Writing Matters (Peter G. Beidler 2010.)
  • Special Issue No. 19/Myth and Ritual

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, Special Issue No. 19 (2011) Myth and Ritual

    • Following the Buddha's Path: The Buddha's Life Story as the Model for Narrating the Lives of Phra Kechi Achan (Monks with Mystical Power) in Central Thailand
    • Phra Sri An (Maitreya) as a Hero: A Structural Analysis of Phra Sri An Myths in Thai Society
    • Sacralization of the Mekong River Through Folk Narratives
    • Persistence of the Ritual of Caling The Khwan of the Rice Goddess in Don Pho Village, Tambon Chaina, Sena District, Ayutthaya Province
    • Sacred Power Transmission and the Network of Phu Thai Folk Healers in Tambon Nonyang, Nongsung District, Mukdahan Province
    • Symbolism in the Chaomae Song Nang Ritual
    • Dynamics of Power of Space in the Tai Yuan Chao Luang Kham Daeng Spirit Cult
    • Review of acred Mountains of Northern Thailand and Their Legends. (Swearer, Donald K., Sommai Premchit, and Phaithoon Dokbuakeaw 2004)
  • Vol 14 No 2 (2011)

    Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 14.2 (2011)

    • Language Learning Strategies Used by Thai and Vietnamese University Students
    • Antipodeanism, and Charles Dickens’ Imperialist Undertakings in Depicting Australia
    • Exploring Partnerships with Common Roots: Two New Ways of Combining Classical Dance Traditions in Mainland Southeast Asian Performances
    • Contact-Induced Vowel Variation: A Case Study of the High Short Vowels /i/ and /u/ in a CVN Syllable Structure in Lue and Khün
    • Names and Sub-Groups of the Palaung: A Preliminary Field Survey in Yunnan and Kengtung
    • Review of Why do languages change? Revised by Robert McColl Millar  (Trask, R.L. 2010)
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