Katuic languages are spoken in Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.The internal phonological diversity of the Katuic branch is not as great as that of neighboringAustroasiatic branches such as Bahnaric or Vietic, but noteworthy differences in phonological typology are found.This article provides an overview of Katuic phonological typology, reviewing previous synchronic anddiachronic phonological studies, then presenting of our own research.We will highlight some of the important issues that remain to be explored in the study of...
Contents vPreface viAbbreviations and Symbols viiMap of Paiwan language area viii
AGENCIES OF LANGUAGE STANDARDIZATION IN AUSTRALIA. 79 1. Technical Terminology and Place Names 81 2. Standardization of Usage 82 3. Standardization of Varieties 84Notes 86Bibliography 87
Contents iiiAbbreviations and Symbols v