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Home  >  People  >   Assistant Professor Dr.Mayuree  Thawornpat
Assistant Professor Dr.Mayuree  Thawornpat

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Ph.D. ( Linguistics ) From Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development, Mahidol University.
Research Interest
Research Projects (4)
2008 :
Thailand Malayu: A Study of Language Situation, Language Development, and Language Planning for Quality Education and Mass Media in Thailand's Deep South
2001 :
Ethnolinguistic Maps in Thailand
The Power of Language and Culture in Mobilizing Thailand towards Becoming a Happy Society
Teaching Thai for Kindergarten Children in Southern Border Province of Thailand
Publications (3)
2020 :
Apichat Phadaeng, Mayuree Thawornpat. (2020). Consonant variation among three generations of speakers of the Bisu language. Journal of Language and Culture, 39(2), 23-45.
2020 :
Wattana, S, Ungsitipoonporn, S. & Thawornpat, M. (2020). Teaching Thai as a Foreign Language: Mother-Child Teaching Approach. Journal of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University, 20(2), 206-233.
2015 :
. (2015). Family Engagement on the Promotion of Thai Learners’ English Language Learning in Public Secondary Schools in Bangkok. Language Education and Acquisition Research Network (LEARN) Journal, 8(2), 43-58.
Presentations (4)
2008 :
Orthographies for “endangered languages” in Thailand: A case study of Lavua at Pa Pae Village, Mae Hong Son Province
2007 :
Revitalizing endangered languages and cultures in Thailand
2007 :
Belief in Spirits, Buddhism and Brahmanism: Factors of change in the Gong Community, Suphanburi, Thailand
2003 :
Some effects of participatory orthography development: The case of the Gong of Thailand
Other Products (1)
2018 :
Mayuree Thawornpat. (2018). Lavue Tevitalization Preject and Networks. Suwilai Premsrirat and David Hirsh (eds), Language Revitalization: Insights from Thailand (pp.143-154). Germany :Peter Lang. [Linguistic Insights Studies in Language and Communication: li 246]  [SJR].