TAI CULTURE


International Review on Tai Cultural Studies
Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000)
COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA

editorial
dedication
Guest Editor's Note
articles
Lindsay Falvey: SELF SUFFICIENCY OR BUDDHISM? - Applied Agricultural Ethics in Thailand (p. 15)
Suntariya Muanpawong: PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN THAI ENVIRONMENTAL LAW (p. 35)
Jana Raendchen: TRADITIONAL CONCEPTS OF COMMUNITY RIGHTS AND SOCIAL VALUES OF THE LAO (p. 46)
Ratanaporn Sethakul: COMMUNITY RIGHTS OF THE LÜÜ IN CHINA, LAOS AND THAILAND: A Comparative Study (p. 69)
Yoko Hayami: CHALLENGES TO COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THE HILL FORESTS: State Policy and Local Contradictions. A Karen Case (p. 104)
Aroonrut Wichienkeeo: THE LUA OF LANNA: A Study from Lanna Archives (p. 132)
Cholthira Satyawadhna: THE LUA OF NAN PAST AND PRESENT IN CONFRONTATION WITH THE THAI STATE (p. 140)

field reports
Cholthira Satyawadhna: THE AKHA STRUGGLE FOR COMMUNITY RIGHTS: An Internet Network Experience (p. 156)
Kwan-Isara Chatvanichkul: THE JOMTHONG CASE (p. 165)

perspectives
Sai Myo Win: A FORGOTTEN PEOPLE AND ITS FUTURE HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE: The Shan Case (p. 169)
Matthew McDaniel: HUMAN, CULTURAL AND COMMUNITY PROPERTY RIGHTS - A BASIS FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE. The Akha and How They are Affected in Thailand (p. 175)
Cholthira Satyawadhna (Project Convener): BAN KHRUA COMMUNITY: Ethnohistory, Struggle, Resistance, and Social Movement (p. 194)
Sunthorn Sripanguen: LOSS OF MON RIGHTS: A Mon Nationalist's Perspective from Sangkhlaburi (p. 207)

in memoriam Gehan Wijeyewardene: essays
conference report
reviews

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