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dc.contributorDullapark Maneeinen
dc.contributorดุลภาค มณีอินทร์th
dc.contributor.advisorAwae Masaeen
dc.contributor.advisorอาแว มะแสth
dc.contributor.otherNational Institute of Development Administration. Graduate School of Social Development and Management Strategyen
dc.descriptionDoctor of Philosophy (Social Development Administration) (Ph.D.(Social Development Administration))en
dc.descriptionปรัชญาดุษฎีบัณฑิต (การบริหารการพัฒนาสังคม) (ปร.ด.(การบริหารการพัฒนาสังคม))th
dc.description.abstractThis research is a qualitative research aiming at investigating the formation, development and mobilization of social enterprises, as well as their effects on adaptation of livelihood strategy in rural communities. The research was conducted following the case study approach in which three communities were selected purposively for the investigation. The selected communities were located in U-thong Ancient City, a special area designated by the state to mobilize community-based tourism development project towards sustainability. Data were collected mainly by means of in-depth interview with 20 keys informants, supplemented by non-participant observation. Data analysis was done using content analysis, typological analysis, data synthesis, and interpretation methods. The results of the study revealed that the formation of social enterprises in the study area appeared as groups of leading members began to conduct activities commonly interested in each community. After that, these groups were mobilized partly through state interventions for driving social entrepreneurship application under the special development project aiming at tourism development linking with history, culture and way of life of local people. This development led to livelihood improvement in various dimensions in accordance with social entrepreneurship approach, including production and marketing development that supported the improvement of economic self-reliance and awareness about the importance of cultural conservation. Participants in the project development who lived in the selected communities had adapted their livelihood strategies enabling them to earn more income, reduce vulnerabilities and increase efficiency in the management of livelihood related assets at the household level.en
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dc.publisherNational Institute of Development Administration
dc.rightsNational Institute of Development Administration
dc.subjectSocial Entrepreneurshipen
dc.subjectTourism Developmenten
dc.subjectState Interventionen
dc.subjectRural Livelihooden
dc.subject.classificationSocial Sciencesen

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