Publications

2020

  1. Akharawatthanakun, P. (2020). Diversity of tonal systems and tone Sandhi in Lue. Journal of Liberal Arts 20(2), July-December 2020, xx-xx. (In Thai, TCI1)
  2. Akharawatthanakun, P. (2020). Tone system and tonal simplification in Lao (Nam Pua). Vannavidas Journal 20(1), January-June 2020, xx-xx. (In Thai, TCI2)
  3. Alavi, S. (2020). Incorporating Technology-mediated Writing into University General English Curriculum. In Proceedings of The 40th Thailand TESOL and PAC International Conference 2020. Bangkok, Thailand, 30 January – 2 February 2020, pp.1-10.
  4. Fraiser, D. (2020).  Factors Leading to Literacy Program Sustainability and Effectiveness: Lessons from 60 Years of Literacy Efforts among the Dulangan Manobo, In Proceedings of the Payap Research Symposium 2020. Chiang Mai, Thailand, pp.345-3356.
  5. Fried, R. (2020). Discourse uses of the conjunction ‘ma’ in Mangghuar. In Proceedings of the Payap University Research Symposium 2020, Chiang Mai, 14 February 2020. Payap University: Research and Academic Service Affairs, pp.302-312.
  6. Ikeda, E.A. (2020).  Reconsidering Smalley’s Principle of Maximum Transfer Among Users of Multiple Orthographies. In Proceedings of the Payap University Research Symposium 2020, Chiang Mai, 14 February 2020. Payap University: Research and Academic Service Affairs, 334-344.
  7. Inglis, D. (2020). The development of perfectivity in Khamti Shan. Studies in Language. 44:2 (July 2020), 469-542.
  8. Jang, T. & Doty, S. Asking and Answering Negative Question in Korean and English, In Proceedings of the Payap Research Symposium 2020. Chiang Mai, Thailand, pp.313-324.
  9. Jira. Y. Kang, S. (2020).  The Relationship Between Ownership Structure and Environmental Information Disclosure, In Proceedings of The International Conference on Economics, Finance and Business Management (ICEFBM), Chiang Mai, Thailand, 5 – 6 April 2020. pp.1-6.
  10. Lyons, S. (2020). Comparison of Neural Network and Traditional Thai Word Segmentation System, In Proceedings of the Payap Research Symposium 2020. Chiang Mai, Thailand,  pp.593-604.
  11. Mekha, P. & Osathanunkul, K. (2020). Web Application for Sick Animals Health Monitoring System, In Proceeding of the 2020 Joint International Conference on Digital Arts, Media and Technology with ECTI Northern Section Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering (ECTI DAMT & NCON), 11-14 March 2020, Pattaya, Thailand, pp.123-127.
  12. Osathanunkul, K. & Osathanunkul, K. (2020). Simple Load Disaggregation Library based on NILMTK, In Proceeding of the 2020 Joint International Conference on Digital Arts, Media and Technology with ECTI Northern Section Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering (ECTI DAMT & NCON), 11-14 March 2020, Pattaya, Thailand, pp.141-144.
  13. Wattanakul, P. (2020). A development of the Self-Learning English for Specific Purposes course to enhance communicative English ability of public bus service’s customer relation officers, In Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Education Innovation and development for classroom in the 21st century. Udon Thani Rajabhat University, Udon thani, Thailand. pp.153-158.
  14. Pamaranon, A & wattanakul, P. (2020). The design of Challenge-based Learning with MALL to enhance EFL learner’s critical thinking skills, Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Education Innovation and development for classroom in the 21st century. Udon Thani Rajabhat University, Udon thani, Thailand. pp.1-5.
  15. House, C. S. & Wattanakul, P. (2020). Implementation of an integrated play-based and brain-based curriculum to enhance English listening and speaking skills for communication of preschool students in Myanmar. Proceedings of the Payap Research Symposium 2020. Chiang Mai, Thailand. pp.227-237.

2019

  1. Akharawatthanakun, P. (2019). “Phuan” is not “Lao”: Lexical and Phonological Evidence Confirming Language Distinction. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Khon Kaen University. 36.1 (January-April, 2019), 1-31. (in Thai)
  2. Boonteerarak, P. & Jenwachirapong, R. (2019). The Learners’ Needs Analysis for the Development of an English Training Curriculum for Convenience Retailing Store Clears. In Proceedings of the Payap Research Symposium 2019. Chiang Mai, Thailand, pp.196-206
  3. Benitez-Torres, C.M. (2019). The impact on language contact on verb mood expansion in Western Bru varieties. In Proceedings of the Payap University Research Symposium 2019, Chiang Mai, 8. February 2019. Payap University: Research and Academic Service Affairs, 727-742.
  4. Chuatrakul, W., Phookpoo, W., & Ngamlertlee, S. (2019). The development of product and community-based tourism route in Chiang Mai with regard to the market demand. In Proceeding of The 1st National Academic Conference on Tourism and Humanities: Tourism in a Transformative Era, 19-20 December 2019, Chiang Mai, Thailand. pp.72-93.
  5. Day, M. (2019).  Web Science in SE Asia: Cultivating a ‘Thai Digital Renaissance Through (Re)Introducing An Interdisciplinary Science in Higher Education’. In Proceeding of the 7th Annual ANPOR Conference: Power of Public Opinion and Multicultural Communication Toward Global Transformation. 6-7 November, Chiang Mai, Thailand, pp.114-131.
  6. Diller, F. J. & Diller, K.J. (2019). Have a take: The importance of stylization in the Jim Rome Show. Proceedings of the Payap University Research Symposium 2019, Chiang Mai, 8. February 2019. Payap University: Research and Academic Service Affairs, pp.773-784.
  7. Doty, S. (2019). A Comparison of Three Bible Translation Aids. In Proceedings of the Payap Research Symposium 2019. Chiang Mai, Thailand, pp.680-697.
  8. Ikeda, E.A. (2019). The phonotactics of Dingbudingsa, an undocumented Nungish variety. In Proceedings of the Payap University Research Symposium 2019, Chiang Mai, 8. February 2019. Payap University: Research and Academic Service Affairs, 743-759.
  9. Kang, S. and Yammeesri, J. (2019). The Impact of Knowledge Management on Organizational Performance. International Journal of Management and Applied Science, 5(6), 19-23.
  10. Kim, H. (2019). Verb agreement in Kinnauri-Pahari. Proceedings of the Payap University Research Symposium 2019, Chiang Mai, 8. February 2019. Payap University: Research and Academic Service Affairs, pp.760-772.
  11. Lew, D. (2019). Proposing a facilitated participatory approach for Southeast Asian minority language orthography design. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society 12(1), lxvii-lxxv.http://hdl.handle.net/10524/52451
  12. Osathanunkul, K. & Mekha, P. (2019). A Study of Replicated Thai Benchmark Dataset, In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Digital Arts, Media and Technology and 2nd ECTI Northern Section Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering,  30 January 2019 – 2 February 2019, Nan, Thailand, pp.347-350.
  13. Osathanunkul, K. & Osathanunkul, K. (2019). Different Sampling Rates on Neural NILM Energy Disaggregation, In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Digital Arts, Media and Technology and 2nd ECTI Northern Section Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering,  30 January 2019 – 2 February 2019, Nan, Thailand, pp.318-321.
  14. Phillips, A. & Hanna, W. (2019). Numeral Classifiers in Tai Lue (Xishuangbanna). Journal of Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, 12(2), 2019, 1-34.
  15. Seo, J. and Kang, S. (2019). Performance Analysis of Tracking Area List with Even Tacking Areas. In Proceedings of the Payap Research Symposium 2019. Chiang Mai, Thailand, pp.627-634.
  16. Sirikhan, S. (2019). Stalllholder’s Needs for Using English in Advertisements for Cultural Products: A Case Study of Sunday Walking-Street Market in Chiang Mai. Journal of Community Development Research (Humanities and Social Sciences). 12(2), 2019. pp.82-108.
  17. Thepphornbanchakit, J. (2019). Developing an administrative guideline of research management in Thai private universities with international curricula. In Proceedings of the 6th National Academic Conference: “Directions and Trends of Thai Teacher Production”. July 5, 2019. Faculty of Education Srinakharinwirot University. pp. 620-627 (in Thai)

2018

  1. Akharawatthanakun, P. (2018). Tone Systems and Tone Variation in Lue (Luang Nuea). Proceedings of the Payap Research Symposium 2018 (pp.754-770). Chiang Mai, 9 February 2018.
  2. Cruz, O. (2018). School Preparation and Workplace Expectations: Thai Students’ Preparation for Success in Business. Proceedings of Payap University Research Symposium 2018 pp.409-416). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  3. Diller, F. J. & Diller, K.J. (2018). Twos and fore: Dual organization and the importance of foreshadowing in Prai story structure. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society 11.2, pp.118-178.
  4. Doty, S. (2018). A Comparison of Two Translations of the New Testament: Lahu Si and Lahu Na. Proceedings of the Payap Research Symposium 2018 (pp.754-770). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  5. Gehrmann, R. (2018). Katuic Presyllables and Derivational Morphology in Diachronic Perspective. Hiram Ring, Felix Rau (Eds). Papers from the 7th International Conference on Austroasiatic Linguistics. JSEALS Special Publication No. 3, 132-156.
  6. Heston, T. (2018). The evolution of word prosody in the Papuan languages of Eastern Timor. Diachronica : International Journal for Historical Linguistics, 35(4), December 2018, 525-551.
  7. Hill, C. (2018).  An invitation to bear witness: collective guilt and the ethical spectator in Haneke’s Caché. Journal of Studies in European Cinema, 4 April 2018, 1-14.
  8. Jang, T. (2018). Iconicity in Xibe Referring Expressions. Proceedings of the Payap Research Symposium 2018 (pp.652-646). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  9. Jasa, U. & Doty, S. (2018). A Comparison of Two Translations of the New Testament: Lahu Si and Lahu Na. In Proceedings of the Payap University Research Symposium 2018, Chiang Mai, 9. February 2018. Payap University: Research and Academic Service Affairs, 698-719.
  10. Kang, S. & Yammeesri, J. (2018). Semantic Web Technologies for Knowledge Management System: A Case Study of The Stock Exchange of Thailand. Proceedings of Payap University Research Symposium 2018 (pp.536-544). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  11. Ly, L. (2018). A Post-Colonial Hermeneutical Criticism of Biblical and Qur’anic Teachings on Women’s Leadership. Proceedings of Payap University Research Symposium 2018 (pp.975-987). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  12. Mathew, R. (2018). Study of Security & Privacy Challenges of using IOT (INTERNET OF THINGS) in new Era of Technology. International Journal of Engineering and Scientific Research6(4), April 2018, 155-162.
  13. Mathew, R. (2018). A survey on the security: Internet of Things. International Journal of Engineering, Science and Mathematics, 7(3), March 2018, 341-347.
  14. Onpium, P. & Kaewnuch, K. (2018). The conceptual and value assessment of potential cultural heritage tourism resources. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Nation-Building 2018: Innovative Solutions for Rural Development to Move towards a Developed Country (pp. 49-56). Bangkok, Thailand.
  15. Osathanunkul, M., Osathanunkul, K., Wongwanakul, S., Osathanunkul, R., & Madesis, P. (2018). Multiuse of Bar-HRM for Ophiocordyceps sinensis identification and authentication, Scientific Reports, (2018) 8:12770, 1-6. DOI:10.1038/s41598-018-31164-4
  16. Panyakorn, S. & Waters, A. (2018). Myanmar’s Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement: Challenges and Opportunities on the Path to Peace-building in Myanmar: A case Study of Karen National Union (KNU). Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies (pp.1-10). Mandalay, Myanmar.
  17. Phillips, A. (2018). West-Central Thailand Pwo Karen Phonology. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, 11.1(2018), 47-62.
  18. Phillips, A. (2018). A new look at Pwo Karen Noun Phrases. Proceedings of the Payap Research Symposium 2018 (pp.643-651). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  19. Scholl, M. (2018). A Comparison of Temperature-based Metaphors in English and Thai: An Exploratory Survey. Proceedings of Payap University Research Symposium 2018 (pp.741-753). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  20. Settamlinee, S. (2018). The Diversity of Chinese Muslim Identities: A Special Hui in Yunnan, In Gui Rong, Hacer Zekiye Gönül and Zhang Xiaoyan (Eds.), Hui Muslims in China (pp.113-126). Leuven: Leuven University Press.
  21. Sirikhan, Sonporn. (2018). “We should see half half”: The Voice of Non-academic Staff in a Private Thai University Towards the use of English for Internationalizing University. Proceedings of the Payap Research Symposium 2018 (pp.185-195). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  22. Tehn, T. (2018). Non-Dynamic Clauses and Standard Negation. Proceedings of Payap University Research Symposium 2018 (pp.633-642). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  23. Vitrano-Wilson, S., Gehrmann, R., Miller, C. & Xaiyavong, C. (2018). Tone marks as vowel diacritics in two scripts: repurposing tone marks for non-tonal phenomena in Cado and other Southeast Asian languages. Writing Systems Research 10.1, pp.43-67.
  24. Warner, P. (2018). ‘Nihonjinron’ as a demonstration of localized and native theories. Proceedings of Payap Research Symposium 2018 (pp. 940-951). Chiang Mai, Thailand.

2017

  1. Akharawatthanakun, P. (2017). Lexical Creation in Tai Dialects in Language Contact Situations. Journal of Humanities, Naresuan University. 14.(2) (May-August 2017), pp.1–16. (in Thai)
  2. Akharawatthanakun, P. (2017). Contact-induced lexical variation and change in Tai dialects. Journal of Human Sciences, Chiang Mai University. 18(1) (January-June 2017), pp.40–87. (in Thai).
  3. Anderson, D. (2017). Improving Information Technology Curriculum Learning Outcomes. Informing Science: the International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline, Volume 20, 2017, 119-131.
  4. Anderson, D. (2017). Away From Didactic Toward Heuristic: Better Approach Yields Better. Proceedings of Payap University Research Symposium 2017 ( pp.1144-1150). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  5. Benitez-Tores, C. and Grant, A. (2017). On the origin of some Northern Songhay mixed languages. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages, 32(2), pp.263–303.
  6. Benjawan, T., Kaosol, W., Chinnapongse, S. and Koomsorn. K. (2017). Trade Opportunity in Myanmar and Cultural Awareness on Thai’s Products. APHEIT International Journal, 6(1) January – June, 2017, pp.58-67.
  7. Boontherarak, P. (2017).  The application of the Transactional Theory of Reading Instruction in the 21st century. Payap University Journal, 27(1), pp.61-72.
  8. Boontherarak, P. (2017).  The triangulation in sources and methods: Task-based needs analysis for the development of an English training module for cultural interpreters. Proceedings of the 6th Burapha University International Conference 2017 (pp.134-144). Bangkok, Thailand.
  9. Campbell, N. (2017). A Thai Cross Generational Study Through the Awareness of M.R. Kukrit Pramou. Proceedings of Payap University Research Symposium 2017 (pp.304-312). Payap University, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  10. Dilley, O. and Wattanakul, P. (2017). An Exploration of Class Specific Teacher Sense of Efficacy of Experienced University EFL Teachers: A Case Study.Payap University Research Symposium 2017 (pp.234-244). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  11. Fraiser, D. (2017). Planting prosperity, cultivating community: Language and magic in the yards and gardens of Northern Thailand. Proceedings of the Payap University Research Symposium 2017 (pp.564-577). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  12. Gehmann, R. (2017). The historical phonology of Kriang, a Katuic language. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, 10(1), pp.114-139.
  13. Heston, T. (2017). A first reconstruction of vowels in Proto-Timor-Alor-Pantar. Oceanic Linguistics, 56(1), pp.73-89.
  14. Hightower, J. (2017). 21st Century Skills: Analytical Thinking. Payap University Research Symposium 2017 (pp.1134-1143). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  15. Hill, C. (2017). Identifying the Understanding of Media Literacy In Thai Private and Government Schools in the Chiang Mai Municipality. Payap University Research Symposium 2017 (pp.222-233). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  16. Ikeda, E.A. & Sigrid L. (2017) The case for alveolar fricative rhotics with evidence from Nusu. Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 40.1, 1-39. DOI: 10.1075/ltba.40.1.01ike
  17. Jitpakdee, P., Khurana, P., and Pota, S. (2017). Hotel Procurement, Considerations, Implication and Recommendation for Hoteliers. APHEIT International Journal, 6(2) : July – December 2017, pp.83-96.
  18. Kang, S. & Yammeesri, J. (2017) Impact of Accounting Information Systems and Internal Control, UTCC International Journal of Business and Economics, 9(1), June 2017, pp. 137-149.
  19. Lew, S. & Ikeda, E. (2017). The Case for Alveolar Fricative Rhotics with Evidence from Nusu. Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, 40(1), November 2017. pp.1-39.
  20. Markowski, L. & Tehan, T. (2017). An evaluation of So language vitality in Thailand. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, 10(1), pp.45-66.
  21. Phillips, A. (2017). An evaluation of the sound-to-symbol correspondences in the Northern Pwo Karen Thai-based orthography. Proceedings of the Payap University Research Symposium 2017 (pp.497-509). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  22. Ly, L. (2017). Struggles for Women-Inclusive Leadership in Toraja Church in Indonesia and the Evangelical Church of Vietnam: Agency and Structural Change. Geneva: Globethics.net.
  23. Long, E., Long, M. & Waters, A. (2017). The Demographics of a Recently Settled Hunter-Gatherer Group. Journal of the Siam Society, 105. 2017, pp.274-285.
  24. Mathew, A. (2017). Cloud Technology and the Challenges for Forensics Investigators. Proceedings of the 2017 2nd International Conference on Computer, Network Security and Communication Engineering (CNSCE 2017) (pp.267-273). Bangkok, Thailand.
  25. Mathew, A. (2017).  Secure Communications on IOT and Big Data,Web of Science. Indian Journal of Science and Technology, 10(11), 10.17485/ijst/2017/v10i11/107974, March 2017, pp.1-6.
  26. Mathew, A. (2017). Wireless Network Security Threats, Vulnerabilities and Their Defences. American Journal of Operations Management and Information Systems, 2(1), pp.1-4.
  27. Mathew, A. (2017). Recent Advancement in Smart Homes with the help of IOT: An Analytical Approach. International Journal of Engineering, Science and Mathematics, 4(2), June 2015, pp.86-95.
  28. Meallem, M., Maleehom, C., Eauthrongchit, N., Tantachamroon, P. (2017). A Journey towards a Positive Social Impact Hub at Payap University’s International College, APHEIT International Journal, 6(1), January-June, 2017, pp.83-92.
  29. Osathanunkul, M. Dheeranupattana, S., Rotarayanont, S., Sookkhee, S., Osathanunkul, K., & Madesis, P. (2017) Evaluation of suitable DNA regions for molecular identification of high value medicinal plants in genus Kaempferia, Nucleosides, Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids, 36(12), 2017, pp.726-735.
  30. Owen, R. (2017). A description and linguistic analysis of the Tai Khuen writing system. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, 10(1), pp.140-164.
  31. Scholl, M. (2017). In Search of an Effective Framework for Analyzing the Translations of Chinese Film Titles into English: A Pilot Study. Proceedings of Payap University Research Symposium 2017 (pp.313-321). Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  32. Settamlinee, S. (2017). Peacebuilding in Ethnoreligious Pluralistic Society: A Case Study of Chinese Muslim in Northern Thailand, Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Religion and Society, Centre for the Promotion of Knowledge and Language Learning (pp.391-402). Sabah, Malaysia.
  33. Sirikhan, S. (2017). The needs of intelligibility for registrar office personnel in English as Lingual franca for specific purposes context. Proceedings of the 5th International Seminar on English language and teaching (pp.153-161). Padang, Indonesia: University Negeri Padang.
  34. Tehan, T. & Markowski, L. (2017). An evaluation of So language vitality in Thailand. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society 10.1, pp.45-66.
  35. Tehn, T. (2017). Kriang clause structure: Active (dynamic) events. Proceedings of Payap University Research Symposium 2017 (pp.593-607). Chiang Mai, Thailand, .
  36. Tehn, T. (2017). An evaluation of So language vitality in Thailand. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society. 10(1), 2017. pp.45-66.
  37. Warner, S. (2017). Justice Meets Justification: Women’s Need for Holistic Ministry in Missions. Journal: Missiology. 45(1), 2017, pp.67–87.
  38. Yammeesri, J. and Kang, S. (2017). Impact of Accounting Information Systems and Internal Control. UTCC International Journal of Business and Economics, 9(1), June 2017, pp.137-149.
  39. Yammeesri, J. and Kang, S. (2017). The Impact of Electronic Payment Systems in AEC Growth and Consumers’ Perspectives on Electronic Banking. Proceedings of the 11th National Conference and 2017/1 International Conference on Applied Computer Technology and Information Systems and 2017/1 National Conference on Business Administration (pp.63-68.). Bangkok, Thailand.
  40. Yammeesri, J. (2017). Corporate Social Responsibility and Firm Performance in the Case of Thai Listed Companies in the SET 50 Index. Proceedings of Payap Research Symposium (pp.1099–1106), Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  41. Warner, S. (2017). A Daughter’s Path: Thai Females’ Duties Toward Family. Proceedings of Payap University Research Symposium 2017 (pp.295-303).  Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  42. Wattanakul, P. and Boonteerarak, P. (2017). From Needs analysis to Curriculum Design: The implementation of a Self-Study ESP Curriculum to Enhance Communicative English Ability of Tickets Sellers of Public Bus Service. Payap University Journal, 27(2), pp.133–150.
  43. Wattanakul, P. (2017). The effects of a self-study ESP course’s implementation on communicative English ability of public red mini-bus drivers in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Proceedings of the 15th Asia TEFL and 64th TEFLIN International Conference (pp. 147–160). Padang, Indonesia: State University of Padang.