Economic Gap and Labor Problems Policy in a Third World Country During the Coronavirus Pandemic: Inequality of Education within the Thai Social Class Structure
Keywords:Inequality&Gap Policy, Economic development, Thai social class structure, Labor problems in the third world countries, Problems of online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic
This research article has IRB (HE-DRI-NRRU024/2565; 0623.9/038) and it will try to explain the effect Of COVID 2019 by qualitative research to online-student, and the poor labor (who loss job by freezing business/economic activity). Economic gap and labor problems policy in a third world country during the coronavirus pandemic: Re-structuring and re-connect to inequality of education of class structure. The disharmony of Vaccine became a topic of international politics due to the fact that international organizations on public health and medicine were unable to curb the pandemic. Small children lacked of supportive resources to study online due to the lack of basic structure in information technology and internet. The economic-social gap from classes in the Thai society were negatively affected from the “economic development policy”. It becomes inequality (true) VS modern (fake), or “the riches are clustered but the poors are scattered (lack of technology learning)”. Coronavirus diplomatic vaccines were negatively regarded as a war of vaccine. It reflected fake cooperation among international communities. Vaccine assistance from bilateral agreements or between states worked out but failed on multilateral agreements (the delay, the near expiration date of vaccine). The war of vaccine resulted in 2 terms: torn or injected. From the abovementioned description, the research drew the conclusion as follows Thai Bureaucratic ’s policy: (1) Scarcity: Problems of the gap in economic development worsened the political contention in Thailand during the city lockdown, (2) Expectation (economic halt) and unemployment are problems of policy-inequality: “the management of vaccine affected online learning”, and impacted the shrink of a new graduate number to enter the labor markets, (3) Fear of the virus (war): Problems (asymmetry-inequality) of powers of international politics and the failure of public health international organizations should to seek the ways to handle the virus in the future rather than multinational corporations.
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