Indigenous groups of Sabah: an annotated bibliography of linguistic and anthropological sources. Part 2: ethnic group index; topical Index

Statement of Responsibility:
Combrink, Hans J. B., Craig Soderberg, Michael E. Boutin and Alanna Y. Boutin, compilers
Date:
2008
Abstract:

Sabah, one of the two states of Malaysia on the island of Borneo, is popularly known as "the land below the wind" and has a rich diversity in terms of linguistics, culture, music, dance, crafts, and religion. This annotated bibliography is an attempt to document and provide information about the availability of resources on the languages and peoples of Sabah. It is meant to be useful to everybody interested in the study or advancement of the languages and cultures of Sabah.

The body of this bibliography is organized into three sections according to author/title, ethnic group, and topic, and includes entries up to the year 2000. All books and articles as well as their locations are included with annotations in the author/title section.

The following locations were investigated in the preparation of this bibliography: the Local History Collection of the Sabah State Library (including 10,000 volumes of the former British Council Library), the Borneo Collection of the Tun Fuad Stephens Research Library, the Sabah State Archives, the Library of the Sabah State Museum, and the Library of the Malaysia Branch of SIL International.

Edition:
online ed.
Extent:
324 pages
Series:
Subject:
Annotated bibliography
Anthropology
ethnic groups
Ethnography
Language description
languages
linguistics
Country:
Malaysia
Subject Languages:
Content Language:
Nature of Work:
ISBN 13:
978-1556712197