Ayabe, Tsuneo. Education and culture in a Thai rural community: a report of field research in Tambon Bang Khem, Thailand, (1970-1971)

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Editor's Foreword

Some Aspects Of Socialization Process In A Thai Rural Society, With A Special Reference To The Educational Functions Of Families And Buddhist Temples

1. Introduction

2. A Sketch Of Tambon Bang Khem

3. The Structure Of Families And Relatives

4. Families As Functional Groups Of Education

5. Characters And Functions Of Wat And School Committees

6. Summary And Conclusion

References

A Report On “rites Of Passage” In A Thai Rural Community — Especially A Case In Bang Khem —

1. Introduction: The Significance And The Viewpoints Of The Rites Of Passage In This Report

(1) The Conception And The Meaning Of The Rites Of Passage

(2) The “rites Of Passage” And The Viewpoints Of The Study Interpreted So Far

(3) On The Aim And The Concept Of This Paper

2. A Few Examples Of The Studies Of The “rites Of Passage” In Thai Culture

3. The Elementary School System And The Conscription System As The Examples Of The Modern Rites Of Passage

(2) The Development Of The Conscription System

4. The Rites Of Passage In Bang Khem

(1) Traditional Rites Of Passage

(i) The Rite At The Age Of Three Days

(ii) The Rite Of Hair Shaving — At The Age Of One Month

(iii) The Rite Of Topknot Cutting

(iv-a) The Buddhist Priesthood (in The Case Of Men)

(iv-b) Jufaj (in The Case Of Women)

(v) Marriage

(vi) Cremation

(2) Modern “rites Of Passage”

(i) Entrance To An Elementary School

(ii) Military Service

5. Conclusion

Notes

References

Values Held By Thai Rural Community Inhabitants

1. Problems

2. Procedure

3. Results

(1) Attributes Of The Subjects.

(2) Analysis Of Their Values

(2-i) Time-orientation

(2-ii) Desirable Ways To Live

(2-iii) Spatial Expansion Of Interests

(2-iv) Conditions Of Success In Life

(2-v) Thai People's Cognition Of Their Own National Character

(2-vi) The Image Of Desirable Leaders

4. Postulation

(1) Typification Of Value

(2) On The Socio-cultural Background Of Values

(3) Comparison With Phillip's Data And Some Methodological Comments

(4) On Our Further Investigation

References

Factors Causing Class Repeating In The Elementary Education In Thailand 1) - Particularly The Parents' Attitude On Education -

1. Problem

2. Basic Assumptions

3. Method

(1) Selection Of Repeaters

(2) Selection Of The Subjects

(3) Preparation Of The Questionnaire Form

(4) Procedure

4. Analysis Of The Data

(1) General Attributes Of The Subjects

(i) Aspiration Level In Schooling:

(ii) Social Norm Concerning Education:

(iii) Object Or Significance Of School Education:

(iv) Occupations Desired For Children:

(v) School Education As A Means To Enter The Desired Occupation:

(vi) Relative Sense Of Benefit Obtained From Attending School:

(vii) Absenteeism During The Busiest Farming Season:

(viii) Propensity To Intellectual Training:

(ix) Public Sanction To The Parents' Efforts To Send Children To Higher Schools:

(x) Involvement In School Education:

(xi) Attitude To Children's Social Mobility:

(xii) Opinion Leader About School Education:

5. Comparison Of The R-group And Nr-group

Let Us Examine These Three Categories One By One:

(a) Basic Assumptions Supported By The Data

(b) Basic Assumptions For Which No Significant Differences Were Found To Support Them

(c) Basic Assumptions Contradicted By The Data

6. Considerations

7. Conclusions

Notes

References

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Title: Education and culture in a Thai rural community: a report of field research in Tambon Bang Khem, Thailand, (1970-1971)

Published By: Fukuoka, Japan: Kyushu University, Faculty of Education, Research , 1973. 16, 145 p.: ill., maps

By line: edited by Tsuneo Ayabe

HRAF Publication Information: New Haven, Conn.: HRAF, 2000. Computer File

Culture: Central Thai (AO07)

Subjects: Ethos (181); Cultural participation (184); Age stratification (561); General character of religion (771); Prophets and ascetics (792); Congregations (794); Social placement (851); Ceremonial during infancy and childhood (852); Education system (871);

Abstract: This document contains four articles by different authors on four different aspects of education and culture in Bang Khem TAMBON. The subjects of the articles are socialization, “rites of passage,” values, and elementary education.

Document Number: 50

Document ID: ao07-050

Document Type: Collection

Language: English

Note: Includes bibliographical references

Field Date: 1970-1971

Evaluation: Educator-5

Analyst: Marlene Martin ; 1985

Coverage Date: 1970-1971

Coverage Place: Bang Khem tambon, Petchburi changwat (province), Thailand

LCSH: Thais

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