This volume of the Wiwitwannasan journal is the 2nd issue of the 4th volume (May - August 2020), consisting of total 6 research and book review articles as follows:
Sexualities of the Characters in YAOI Novels is a research article that aims at analyzing the sexuality of main characters from novels of various sexual desire or sexuality, that is, the satisfaction of individuals who do not adhere to their gender, body, which not limited to "male", "female" but also "intersexual", "tom", "lesbian", "men love men", “women love women” and “bisexual”. It is the internal need that responds to emotion and behavior. The results of the study reveal important phenomena that are reflected through the novel. It is a struggle for the concept of sexuality to become normal and should not be excluded or concealed from society. It is the power of stories as a medium to create the understanding of sexual desire, which is a mental mechanism. It is an inner feeling that cannot be explained but to be expanded to people in a wider society for more acceptance of sexuality.
A comparative Phonology Study of Northern-Thai in Ko Kha, Lampang and Tai-lue's Chiang Kham, Phayao is a research paper that aims to comparatively study the northern Thai dialect, Ko Kha district, Lampang province and Tai Lue, Chiang Kham district, Phayao province. The research results led to the understanding of the other northern dialects as well as understanding the Tai Lue language as a sub-language in another Tai family language as well.
Strategies in Satirical Language of the character "Nanno" from the TV Series "Dek Mai" (Girl From Nowhere) is an article that aims to study the satirical language strategies of the character "Nanno" from the television drama "Girl From Nowhere" by studying the satire of "Nanno" in the television drama (Girl From Nowhere) which is published through the website. The research results has reflected that even if technology improves, in spite of many television channels, viewers can also choose to watch programs through tools and internet signals, applications in electronic devices as well. It is an opportunity for TV producers to produce more quality programs to accommodate the needs of the audience. It has also become a driving force for competition to create program content and presentation methods to attract more audiences and increase their popularity.
Strategies for presenting historical knowledge in "Genghis Khan" novel by contemporary Thai writers is an article that aims to study strategies for presenting historical knowledge in "Genghis Khan" novel by contemporary Thai writers between 1955 and 2013. It was found that all 3 writers present knowledge of the history of Great Man of the East through the novel with their own perspective. The individual presentation strategies have helped to strengthen the imagination of the readers and add richness to reading novels. This makes it possible to understand the plot that is different from the culture of the author and the reader, which helps create more fun and entertainment from reading novels
The Analysis of Exclamations in the Translated Novel “Ongyingkammalo - My Fair Lady” by Onjira, plamuekkhomkhiao, Miaokhomdaeng, Asunbadan and Nangmanburapha to construct the exercise package on the use of exclamations for Chinese students at Chiang Rai Rajabhat University is an article that aims to analyze the use of interjections in the literary translation of "Fake Princess" and to create a practice on the use of interjections for Chinese students studying in Chiang Rai Rajabhat University. It is an effort of Chinese students, who come to study Thai language, not only for analyzing interjections in translated literature, but also making use of the interjection obtained from the analysis to create an interjection practice exercise for Chinese students that have to go through the construction process to have quality and reliability.
Language and Meaning: a relationship of language and mind of humanity is a book review of Language and Meaning that organizes the contents respectively to let the readers start with the basic knowledge up to the level of analysis. It is an article that reaffirms with readers that “Language is the garment of thought and Human beings cannot think without language."
We hope that all 6 articles mentioned above will help expand your perspective and various ideas to readers and interested parties as appropriate, which will lead to the development of one's own academic work that may continue to benefit others.
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