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Title: แนวทางการอนุรักษ์อาชีพทอผ้าไหมของกลุ่มชาติพันธุ์กูย ในชุมชนบ้านซำ อำเภอขุนหาญ จังหวัดศรีสะเกษ
Other Titles: Guidelines for Silk Weaving Career Conservation of Kui Ethnic Group in Ban Sum Community, Khun Han District, Sisaket Province
Authors: ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์ ดร.อัจฉรา สโรบล
ขนิษฐา หาระสาย
Issue Date: Jan-2016
Publisher: เชียงใหม่ : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่
Abstract: This Independent study aims of studying knowledge of folk wisdom in silk designs and ways to conserve silk weaving as occupation for Kui ethnic group in Ban Sum Community, Khun Han District, Sisaket Province. Data collecting from gurus which have experience in silk weaving for at least five years, community leader, Educational Administrator in the community, Head of local Administration and representatives in community which are juveniles or villagers that do silk weaving in total 15 persons. Interviewing form using both structured Interview and Non-Structure Interview, observation and group conversation and do related a cademic document revision. Studies conclusion is by Descriptive explanation. The studies result that nowadays the popular designs for silk weaving are the original designs that were passed on folk wisdom knowledge from ancients in the past. The most popular designs for silk weaving in Baan Sum community are “Large snake design” which use in auspicious ceremony and annually village religious ceremony, “Hook design(Chi-pad)” which believe that the wearer will be gentle and be a good lady, “Hole design (Flowing water design or bamboo leaves design)” ,this design conveys to unity, tenderness, group harmony, “Squirrel’s tail design (Sod-la-way) which believe that the wearer will have family unity and be lively. The passed on designs on the silk were influenced by beliefs and environment observation and also from daily life imagination. There were four important guidelines for silk weaving conservation of the Kui ethnic group. The first guideline was to convey local wisdom to sustain the profession of Thai silk weaving among women and youth in the community. Next was the support from the leaders and elders including with local people in the Ban Sum community to wear clothes which are made of their silk in order to preserve their own silk weaving styles and weaving career. Moreover, there should be the budget from the local government to promote and find the mulberry and silkworm eggs which were strong and could be new species for the locals. Finally, there should be curriculum for Ban Sum School to transfer the knowledge and wisdom of silk weaving to children and youth in the community and to make them aware of the cultural inheritance and carry on the weaving profession in the future.
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