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E Lahu Narratives of Inferiority: Minority and Christianity in Ethnic Power Relations Center for Inter-Ethnic Studies,Rajabhat Institute Chiang Rai 2000/12 974-309-006-1

E •§‹³‘‰Æ‚Æ‹«ˆæ–¯‘°\ƒ^ƒC‘‚Æ”ñ•§‹³ŒnŽR’n–¯‚̐ڐG–ʁ\ w•½¬15”N“x`17”N“x‰ÈŠwŒ¤‹†”ï•â•‹àiŠî”ÕAm1nj•ñ‘u“Œ“ìƒAƒWƒA‘å—¤•” 2006/05 ‚»‚Ì‘¼(9)

E w•½¬18”N“x`20”N“x‰ÈŠwŒ¤‹†”ï•â•‹à–G‰èŒ¤‹†i‰Û‘è”ԍ†F 18652077jŒ¤‹†¬‰Ê•ñ‘uŽü‰«‚ÌŒoŒ±\­”–¯‘°ƒ‰ƒt‚̏@‹³•Ï—e‚ÆŒê‚è\vAŒ¤‹†‘ã•\ŽÒ: ¼–{—zˆêx 2009/03

E Report of the International Workshop gAsian Religious and Ritual Fields in Comparison: Cases from Thailand, China, and Japanh Kanazawa, Japan, March 24, 2009. Kanazawa: Faculty of Letters, Kanazawa University. [‹¤’˜(2)] 2009/03

E gReligions and Adaptation of Two Lahu Groups in Northern Thailand: Cases of the traditionalist Red Lahu and Christian Black Lahuh A research report to the National Research Council of Thailand. 77 pages. 31 August, 2006. 2006/08

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