Ecological Conscience in Youth Literature Luk Yang Klang Huai of Kamin Kamani

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Mingmanuschon Changharn
Prat Weesaphen

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The purpose of this research was to study Ecological Conscience in Youth Literature Luk Yang Klang Huai of Kamin Kamani Using the conceptual framework Ecological Conscience The result found that, Youth Literature Luk Yang Klang Huai Offers a sense of nature and the environment in nature Traditional ecological consciousness Humans feel a part and have a close relationship with nature and depend on each other Found as follows 1. Support and dependence on nature human realization and interdependent nature 2. Knowledge, understanding and belonging to nature Realization of living in harmony with nature through knowledge and understanding 3. Realization of the problem of environmental damage, realize Environmental problems. The entry of technology And working together to solve environmental problems that arise.

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Changharn, M., & Weesaphen , P. . (2021). Ecological Conscience in Youth Literature Luk Yang Klang Huai of Kamin Kamani. WIWITWANNASAN, 5(3), 153–170. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/wiwitwannasan/article/view/249134
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