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Thai Cultural Reader

Author : Robert B. Jones
ISBN : 0877275033
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Includes a Thai-English glossary of over 3,500 words.
Category: Foreign Language Study

Thai Cultural Readers

Author : Robert B. Jones
ISBN : OCLC:1151440623
Genre : Thai language
File Size : 85.50 MB
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Category: Thai language

Author : Robert B. Jones
ISBN : UOM:39015011886622
Genre : Thai language
File Size : 46.78 MB
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Category: Thai language

Thai Reading

Author : Aua Language Center
ISBN : 0877275114
Genre :
File Size : 38.98 MB
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With separate workbooks for reading practice and writing practice, these texts are useful tools for learning the Thai language. The reading section contains appendices on the history of the language while the writing section contains many practice problems and exercises. The books are comprehensive both in form and method--a necessity for any beginning student.
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Culture And Customs Of Thailand

Author : Arne Kislenko
ISBN : 0313321280
Genre : Social Science
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Examines Thailand's religious rituals, literature, performing arts, fine arts, handicrafts, housing, clothing, women's roles, family life, festivals, and social customs.
Category: Social Science

The Smell Culture Reader

Author : Jim Drobnick
ISBN : 1845202139
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 78.20 MB
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Smell is fundamental to experience but mired in paradox. Stigmatized as animalistic, it nonetheless feeds a vast fragrance and marketing industry. Considered ephemeral, scents have survived throughout the ages in a number of religious practices. The Smell Culture Reader provides a much-needed overview of what is arguably the most elusive sense. From hygiene to aromatherapy, the fetid to the fragrant, smells are shown to be much more than just an adornment or a nuisance. Addressing this engaging sense in redolent detail, The Smell Culture Reader demonstrates how essential smell is to sexuality, social status, personal identity, and cultural tradition.
Category: Social Science

Ancient Sukhothai

Author : Dawn Rooney
ISBN : UOM:39015072784401
Genre : Religion
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This guide covers the history and art of the early Kingdom of Sukhothai, which was situated in the fertile Yam River basin of north-central Thailand and comprises the cities of Sukhothai, Si Stachanalai and Kamphaeng Phet. Renowned for artistic achievement in the mid-thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, influences from earlier inhabitants of the area and neighbouring kingdoms were overlaid with Theravada Buddhist ideas from Sinhalese culture to create a unique style that is recognized today as 'classic' Thai art. As well as providing an in-depth survey of over 80 temples in the three sites and highlighting the masterpieces from related museums, author Dawn Rooney discusses the art and architecture of the period, with a special section on ceramics. The author takes the reader on a journey to the early Kingdom of Sukhothai and explores the remains and cultural heritage of this sacred site. AUTHOR: Dawn Rooney has lived and worked in Thailand for 30 years and is an expert in Southeast Asian Art. She has a PhD in ceramics. 395 colour illustrations
Category: Religion

Thai Folklore

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ISBN : UCR:31210021436967
Genre : Folklore
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Category: Folklore

Traditional Festivals In Thailand

Author : Ruth Gerson
ISBN : IND:30000050701543
Genre : Social Science
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Thailand's cultural heritage is rich with holidays and festivals. Some have been celebrated for centuries, such as the Buddhist festivals, while others have only been observed for a few decades, like those commemorating historical events. All contribute to a kaleidoscope of colourfulactivities that have long captured the hearts of the local people as well as the interest of visitors.This book explores the reasons the various festivals are observed as well as the origins and legends that surround them. It shows how, in Thailand, religion and culture are intertwined.
Category: Social Science

Facets Of Thai Cultural Life

Author : Montri Umavijani
ISBN : UOM:39015052768697
Genre : Thai literature
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Thai civilization and literature.
Category: Thai literature

Woman Man Bangkok

Author : Scot Barmé
ISBN : 0742501574
Genre : Social Science
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During the early decades of the twentieth century, Thailand's capital, Bangkok, took on an increasingly cosmopolitan character-a development fueled both by global economic forces and a local revolution in communications. The 1920s were a particularly dynamic period of social and cultural transformation that had a profound impact on the development of Thai modernity. This book examines the growth of a polyphonous and often vociferous Thai public, a public that used a range of new media outlets to express themselves and clamor for a more just and equitable social order. Scot BarmZ mines a rich lode of previously ignored cultural ephemera found in popular newspapers, magazines, novels, short stories, film booklets, and cartoons to create a vibrant cultural history of early modern Thailand that moves beyond conventional, elite-based historical studies of the period. By focusing on such controversies and conflicts as the status of women, relations between the sexes, class antagonisms, and the growth of a commercial mass culture, this book offers a new interpretation of the key decade of the 1920s and its significance for contemporary Thailand.
Category: Social Science

Food And Culture

Author : Carole Counihan
ISBN : 9780415977760
Genre : Social Science
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This reader reveals how food habits and beliefs both present a microcosm of any culture and contribute to our understanding of human behaviour. Particular attention is given to how men and women define themselves differently through food choices.
Category: Social Science

Behind The Smile

Author : Chompunuch Punyapiroje
ISBN : OCLC:51762613
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