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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

...anals * Should we have more development Villages and houses Place for a human community 51 Culture of the river valleys 51 * Lampang Provi... ...ILLAGE RELIGION Faith around me (interviews) 5 We used to have words for everything * Supernatural guardian of our family * I don't believe ... ...ics, Finland is near the top, currently the leading country in competition for state-of-the-art technology. In international rankings, Finland is the ... ...n many changes in my lifetime. Electricity came about three years ago. The population today is about 200 families. About ten cars, two or three police... ...diArabia. I don't know how many. Nine. Wait, I'll get the extract from the population register for the house. From my first marriage I have six childr... ... total area of 12,500 square kilometres, less than 15% is arable land. The population is in excess of 800,000, of whom about 250,000 live within the p... ... 2. Disintegration of kinship. The imperialism of mass culture 1. The center of environment. 2. The mass media. 3. Mass entertainment. 4. Town... ... of the entire community, the adaptation to an economic and social system centering round the metropolis and controlled from outside. It is impossibl... ... - market economy input-output thinking - family/community-centered enterprise - egocentric enterprise - comp...

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