Development of Cultural Management and Inheritance by Community Participation (Report)
By Journal of Social Sciences
- Release Date - Published: 2011-04-01
- Book Genre: Social Science
- Author: Journal of Social Sciences
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INTRODUCTION Communities in Thai society had their ways of life with happiness for long time than 700 years since Sukhothai Period and this indicated the strength and sustainability of communities. Thai society had firm and big family system that connected with other families as relatives and gathered in form of villages or communities. They assisted, supported, self-reliance and relied each other. In level of family, village and community; Wat or temple was a production and consumption unit like two sides of a coin. Production, transformation, consumption was integrated as a complete and self-balanced holistic from levels of person, family, relative, community, village, cultural society as well as natural resource, environment and technology. In former time, production process of Thai society was self-sufficiency and self-reliance in all levels. They had 4 requisites for sufficient living that were inherited from generation to next generation. This was "Thai lifestyle" based on village, local or Thai indigenous knowledge.
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