baan-müang: Traditional Law and Values in Tai Societies

 

 

editorial                                                                                                                       5

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

     articles on SEA                                                                                                         

Jan P. B. De Josselin De Jong: CUSTOMARY LAW: A CONFUSING FICTION         11

Keebet von Benda-Beckmann: LEGAL PLURALISM                                                  18

John Ambler: CUSTOMARY LAW AND NATURAL RESOURCES                               41

MANAGEMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR INTEGRATING

STATE AND LOCAL LAW IN ASIA

Franz von Benda-Beckmann: PROPERTY RIGHTS PLURALISM AND                      63

     DEVELOPMENT

Ngo Duc Thinh: CUSTOMARY LAW AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT                            81

     IN VIETNAM TODAY

Zhang Zhong-qiu: The Interface between Chinese Traditional               101

     Legal Culture and a Modern Chinese LegaL System –

     A Basic Knowledge and Stand    

Bui Xuan Dinh: H­¬ng ­ķc AND STATE LAW                                                           106

 

     articles on Tai                                                                                                           

Jogen Phukan: TOWARDS AN APPROACH TO TAI AHOM LAW                              121

     THROUGH THE STUDY OF TITLES REGALIA                                                     

Lipi Ghosh: TAI AHOM AND THE HISTORICAL JURISPRUDENCE                          134

     OF ASSAM              

Zhang Xisheng, Xu Zhongqi, and Zhang Xiaohui: THE FEUDAL LAWS                  147

     OF THE DAI PEOPLE OF DEHONG.

     translated by David Holm

David Holm: WORKS ON CUSTOMARY LAW AMONG THE DAI.                             159

     A Brief Bibliography 

Mayoury Ngaosyvathn: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE LAWS OF KHUN                 160

     BOROM: An Early Prototype of the Organisation of Tai Society and Life

Amphay Doré: APERĒU SUR L“ÉTUDE DE L“ESCLAVAGE AU LAOS                     167

     (XIIIe-XXe sičcles)

Oliver Raendchen: THE hiit-khoong CODES OF THE LAO                                    182

Volker Grabowsky: ON THE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL ORGANISATION OF           200

     CHIANG KHAENG: A Note on a Customary Law Text

Sompong Witayasakpan: SHAN CUSTOMARY LAW                                                209

Aroonrut Wichienkeeo: LANNA CUSTOMARY LAW                                                 217

Pitinai Chaisaengsukkul: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE                                 230

   STRUCTURES AND CONTENTS OF THE LANNA AND

   SIAMESE KINGDOMS“ ANCIENT LEGAL SYSTEMS

Andrew Huxley: A THAMMASAT FROM HARIPUNJAYA?                                         252

Barend J. Terwiel: THE OLDEST LAW TEXTS IN MAINLAND                                  269

     SOUTHEAST ASIA: Some Preliminary Remarks                                                     

Thanet Aphornsuvan: sitthi IN THAI THOUGHT                                                       273

 

     articles reflecting Tai Law in practice                                                                    

Jaroen Compeerapap: A STEP BEYOND THAI TRADITIONAL MEDICINE              290

Wajuppa Tossa: ON TAI LAO TRADITIONAL LAW                                                     295

Phiolavanh Luangvanna: SOME REMARKS ON THE som maa RITUAL                 305

Acharaporn Kamutpitsmai: THE nak leeng CULTURE IN THE CURRENT OF

CHANGE IN THAI SOCIETY. Some general remarks                                                   310            

Vanpen Surarerks: THAI WAYS OF LIFE IN THE RIVER BASIN.                                313

     müang faai COMMUNITIES IN NORTHERN THAILAND                                        

Lamoon Janhom: TAI LÜÜ AND Tai yuan Proverbs as sources                   321

     and transmitters of traditional legal knowledge

Chaichuen Khamdaengyodtai: TAI LUANG (SHAN) SOCIAL CULTURE                 328

     AS REFLECTED IN THEIR PROVERBS, WISE SAYINGS,

     AND FOLK SONGS. An Introduction to Tai Wisdom Literature

J. George Scott and J. P. Hardiman: ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGAL HISTORY     333                        

OF THE SHAN STATES

 

     translation                                                                                                                 

Ngo Duc Thinh and Cam Trong: Khwaam soon khon. The Oral Tradition of the       348

     Black Tai as a Typical Example of Tai Peoples“ Moral Teachings

FAIRY-TALE: "Gold Turned into Copper". Transl. by Chr. & A. Velder                      362

                                                        

     book reviews                                                                                                            365