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350 p. : ill col. ; 26 ซม.
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504 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. + 1 CD-ROM
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(13), 601 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
    Part I: Thai and Southeast Asian Studies Thai Historiography from Ancient Times to the Modern Period Preliminary on Thai Historiography Siam/Civilization - Thailand/Globalization : Things to Come? De Lancien Regime Au Nouveau Regime Overview of Research and Studies on Southeast Asia in Thailand : Where do we come from? Who are we? Where are we going? Southeast Asian Studies in Thailand The Kingdom of Ayutthaya (1351-1767 AD) Origins of a Capital and Seaport: The Early Settlement of Ayutthaya and Its East Asian Trade Buddhism and Political Integration in Early Ayuttaya: 1351-1448 Zheng He-Sam Po Kong: History and Myth in Thailand Is' Thai Studies still Possible? From Dynastic to National History : A Siam/Thailand Case Part II : From Siam to Thailand The Front Palace : The Office of the Heir Apparent? The First Phibun Government and Its Involvement in World War II Each Generation of Elites in Thai History 14 October 1973 From Siam to Thailand Part III: Siam and Indonesia A Nineteenth-Century Siamese Account of Bali with Introduction and Notes The Kingdom of Ayutthaya and Its Founder: King Uthong and Feasibility for Comparative Studies with Majapahit Dari Siam Ke Nusantara The Construction of National Heroes and /or Heroines Part IV : Siam and CVMV Thai-Burmese-Lao-Cambodian Border: A Survey Report Thailand-Combodia: A Love-Hate Relationship The Future of Monarchy in Cambodia Will the Mekong Survive Globalization?
Part I: Thai and Southeast Asian Studies Thai Historiography from Ancient Times to the Modern Period Preliminary on Thai Historiography Siam/Civilization - Thailand/Globalization : Things to Come? De Lancien Regime Au Nouveau Regime Overview of Research and Studies on Southeast Asia in Thailand : Where do we come from? Who are we? Where are we going? Southeast Asian Studies in Thailand The Kingdom of Ayutthaya (1351-1767 AD) Origins of a Capital and Seaport: The Early Settlement of Ayutthaya and Its East Asian Trade Buddhism and Political Integration in Early Ayuttaya: 1351-1448 Zheng He-Sam Po Kong: History and Myth in Thailand Is' Thai Studies still Possible? From Dynastic to National History : A Siam/Thailand Case Part II : From Siam to Thailand The Front Palace : The Office of the Heir Apparent? The First Phibun Government and Its Involvement in World War II Each Generation of Elites in Thai History 14 October 1973 From Siam to Thailand Part III: Siam and Indonesia A Nineteenth-Century Siamese Account of Bali with Introduction and Notes The Kingdom of Ayutthaya and Its Founder: King Uthong and Feasibility for Comparative Studies with Majapahit Dari Siam Ke Nusantara The Construction of National Heroes and /or Heroines Part IV : Siam and CVMV Thai-Burmese-Lao-Cambodian Border: A Survey Report Thailand-Combodia: A Love-Hate Relationship The Future of Monarchy in Cambodia Will the Mekong Survive Globalization?
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xxxiii, 293 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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118 p. ; 21 cm.
เยาวชน
61 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
หนังสืออ้างอิง
160 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
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384p : col.illus., map
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xiv, 208 p. : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
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TOC:
  • Introduction
  • Spirits, souls, and selves : the body as a contested site
  • Souls into spirits : death as self-transformation
  • Domesticating the self
  • Maintaining health and well-being
  • Marking maturity : the negotiation of social inequalities at midlife
  • The ethnopsychology of aging and overall development
  • Imagined lives.
วิทยานิพนธ์มหาวิทยาลัยอื่นๆ
533 p. ; 29 cm.
    Department of Library & Information Science Banaras Hindu University, 1984
Note: Department of Library & Information Science Banaras Hindu University, 1984
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xix, 272 p. ; 23 cm.
    The Ascendancy of Theravada Buddhism is a comprehensive study of the advent of Buddhism in Southeast Asia, especially in Thailand during the first millennium CE
The Ascendancy of Theravada Buddhism is a comprehensive study of the advent of Buddhism in Southeast Asia, especially in Thailand during the first millennium CE
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xiii, 312 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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  • Two orientations in the practice of Buddhism
  • The setting and the fieldwork
  • Children and religion
  • Adolescents, amulets and tattooing
  • 5The first period in the Sangha
  • Leaving the order, courtship and marriage
  • Building a house
  • The precepts and ritual
  • The pursuit of beneficial karma
  • Old age, death, and the hereafter