Cultural Politics: Root of Thai Political Development

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Phra Rajrattanalongkorn
Phra Sriyanawong
Phra Dechkhajorn Khantidharo

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      This research article is based on the concept of cultural politics. Quality research is required which there are two objectives; firstly, to study the relationship of culture and Thai political development. Then, to analyze the importance of the cultural politics paradigms toward Thai political development. The results found out that the development of Thai politics can be viewed through cultural dimension and also enhances public space for marginalized people to have greater bargaining power, especially in postmodernism period. The cultural politics paradigm plays an important role in the development of Thai politics. Because it extends the political view equally and also train people to be “Civic Citizen” that is the root of Thai political development in accordance with the universal democracy.

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-, phra rajrattanalongkorn, -, phra sriyanawong, & khantidharo, phra dechkhajorn khantidharo. (2020). Cultural Politics: Root of Thai Political Development. King Prajadhipok’s Institute Journal, 16(3), 57–76. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/kpi_journal/article/view/243957
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