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Pornsiripongse, Saowapa and Nittaya Rawangpan. 1996. "High Risk Behaviors Among Female Commercial Sex Workers and Male Clients On Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Thailand." In Journal of Language and Culture, 15 , no. 1: . cite. STATS
Pornsiripongse, Saowapa. 1989. "Silk Weaving At Ban Krua Neua." In Journal of Language and Culture, 8 , no. 1: . cite. STATS
Maruetat, Ratrie and Saowapa Pornsiripongse. 1990. "The Ritual of Leaving the Monkhood Among the Ethnic Phuoan." In Journal of Language and Culture, 9 , no. 2: . cite. STATS
Vanikieti, Kanittha and Kornsiri Sareepukkana. 1990. "The Use and Effectiveness of Thai and English Questions and Responses in Multiple-choice and Open- Ended Tests of EFL Reading Comprehension: a Comparative Study of Test Results." In Pasaa, 20 , no. 2: . cite. STATS
Dikken, Marcel den and Pornsiri Singhapreecha. 2004. "Complex Noun Phrases and Linkers." In Syntax : a journal of theoretical, experimental and interdisciplinary research, 7 , no. 1: 1-54. cite. STATS
DJVU PDF Ornsiri Panin. 1998. "Houses and Religious Buildings in the Vicinity of Muang Chiang Rung." In The International Conference on Tai Studies, edited by Somsonge Burusphat. Bangkok, Thailand, 241-262. Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development, Mahidol University. cite. STATS
DJVU PDF Saowapa Pornsiripongse. 2007. "Social Capital and Non Communicable Disease Prevention: Experiences From Thailand." In The Mon-Khmer Studies Journal, 37: 155-164. cite. STATS
Saowapa Pornsiripongse. 2010. "Religious Syncretism in Healing Non-communicable Diseases: the Role of Folk Healer Monks." In The Mon-Khmer Studies Journal, 39: 167-176. cite. STATS
DJVU PDF Den dikken, Marcel and Pornsiri Singhapreecha. 2004. "Thîi For Two : the Two Flavors of Thai Thîi." In Papers from the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, edited by Somsonge Burusphat. Tempe, Arizona, 215-231. Arizona State University, Program for Southeast Asian Studies. cite. STATS