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|Other Titles:||Cultural activities of King Rama III and the peaceful solutions to political problems|
|Publisher:||เชียงใหม่ : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่|
|Abstract:||Cultural activities of King Rama III are one of the most memorable and famous approaches in his era. In this reason, the thesis explores how King Rama III used those activities to solve the political issues. This studies emphasis on social and economic change which had an effect on the relationship between King Rama III and his relatives and the nobles. The thesis showed that in the reign of King Rama III, people require the knowledge for the "present" world. The expanding social and economic leading to the accompanying increase in diverse population groups in Bangkok and other provinces, so the knowledge must serve to the large number of people's sophisticated relationships with their family, trade, and the king both in physical and mind. In this situation, King Rama Ill and his intellectuals considered to propagate the knowledge by using the elements of temples such as architecture and painting to establish his hegemony and power to govern. Moreover, they also used other media as hegemonic apparatuses such as literatures and textbooks to establish the knowledge for the "present" world. By using cultural activities, King Rama III had success to be dominator through his reign for over 27 years. Nowadays, the image of King Rama II still is the king who has strongly believed in Buddhism.|
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