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    Farmers’ Perception and Adaptation to Climate Variability: A Study of Recurrent Drought Area in Tambon Nong Phra, Pichit 

    Jiratchaya Sirilakeanun; Witchuda Srang-iam (NIDA, 10/15/19)

    This study explores cognitive processes and conditions that determine perceived risk and perceived adaptive capacity, using the grounded theory methodology. The purpose of this study is a) to investigate farmers’ perception of risk and adaptive capacity to climate variability, b) to analyze patterns of farmers’ perceived risk and perceived adaptive capacity, and c) to explain farmers’ perceptive and adaptive patterns. The study obtains data from unstructured, in-depth interviews with 20 rice farmers in the non-irrigated area with recurrent drought ...