COOPERATION ON DIFFERENCES FROM THE ADAPTATION ON CULTURAL DIVERSITY A CASE STUDY OF YUAN COMMUNITY, TON TAN SUB – DISTRICT, SAO HAI DISTRICT, SARABURI PROVINCE

dc.contributorDUANGKAMON WETCHAWONGen
dc.contributorดวงกมล เวชวงค์th
dc.contributor.advisorNareenoot Damrongchaien
dc.contributor.advisorนรีนุช ดำรงชัยth
dc.contributor.otherNational Institute of Development Administration. Graduate School of Social Development and Management Strategyen
dc.date.accessioned2024-06-05T09:41:36Z
dc.date.available2024-06-05T09:41:36Z
dc.date.issued5/1/2024
dc.date.issuedBE548
dc.descriptionDoctor of Philosophy (Social Development Administration) (Ph.D.(Social Development Administration))en
dc.descriptionปรัชญาดุษฎีบัณฑิต (การบริหารการพัฒนาสังคม) (ปร.ด.(การบริหารการพัฒนาสังคม))th
dc.description.abstractThe purposes of this research study are 1) to study the conflicts caused by the coexistence on the cultural diversity of Yuan people in Ton Tan Subdistrict, 2) to study the adaptation process of Yuan people in Ton Tan Subdistrict to create cooperation on differences among groups, 3) to examine the cooperation arising from the adaptation of Yuan people and people of other cultures,  4) to investigate the problems and obstacles in the adaptation to create unity on differences among groups of people, 5) to seek suggestions for the adaptation to create cooperation on differences among groups of people for societies or communities that face the problems of coexistence on the cultural diversity and want to create cooperation. The qualitative research method was employed.  The target group included Yuan people in Ton Tan Sub-district, Sao Hai District, Saraburi Province, and 40 key informants were selected by a purposive sampling method based on the inclusion criteria. Data were collected by two methods, namely 1) document research and 2) field research focusing on in-depth interviews with the key informants using interview guideline, participant and non- participant observation. Data were analysed by descriptive interpretation to understand the phenomenon according to the perspectives of the people in such culture, along with the use of logical reasoning. The findings can be presented as follows. 1) The conflicts caused by the coexistence on the cultural diversity of Yuan people in Ton Tan Subdistrict were divided into two aspects: 1.1) unclear conflict or prejudice in differences, including the problem of ethnic disrespect from having different ethnic identities and 1.2) disagreements or rejection of differences, including the problem of expression of actions different from each other in a contradictory way in concepts or forms of presenting ethnic identity through social spaces.  2) The adaptation process of Yuan people in Ton Tan Subdistrict to create cooperation on differences among groups included two cases based on the conflicts and expressed behavioural adaptation, namely 2.1) the adaptation due to unclear conflict or prejudice in differences from other groups of people and 2.2) the adaptation due to disagreements or rejection in differences from other groups of people. There were two characteristics of adaptation processes with four stages and four approaches as follows. 2.1) The adaptation due to unclear conflict consisted of four steps and two approaches. The four steps consisted of (1) identifying issues, (2) brainstorming solutions, (3) choosing the best option which involved two approaches: (3.1.) creating impression on other groups and (3.2) creating confidence in other groups, and (4) implementing the decided option. 2.2) The adaptation due to disagreements consisted of two characteristics of adaptation processes with four steps and four approaches. The first characteristics focused on negotiation or adaptation process after the problem occurred, which was composed of four steps: (1) identifying issues, (2) brainstorming solutions, (3) choosing the best option which involved one approach: (3.1) negotiation based on the shared important principles, and (4) implementing the decided option. The second characteristics focused on actions or the adaptation process after the previous approaches failed. It consisted of three steps, namely (1) brainstorming solutions, (2) choosing the best option which involved four approaches: (2.1) creating impression and interestingness in differences, (2.2) creating trust in relevant people with differences, (2.3) creating confidence in quality and benefits of differences, (2.4) negotiation based on the shared important principles, and (3) implementing the decided option. 3) The cooperation arising from the adaptation of Yuan people and people of other cultures consisted of two types, namely 3.1) the social groups with two sub-types, namely (1) occupational groups and (2) conservative groups, and 3.2) the non-social groups with two sub-types, namely (1) cultural cooperation networks and (2) using cultural identities to generate income. 4) There were two problems and four obstacles in the adaptation to create cooperation on differences among groups of people, namely (1) stagnation and loss of certain ethnic identities and (2) lack of ethnic awareness and identities which were clear and strong in the beginning. In addition, four obstacles were identified, namely (1) adherence to original beliefs, (2) lack of new-generation village sages or cultural experts, (.3) lack of educational personnel in the community educational institutions to cooperate in cultural work, and (4) participation in thinking and making decisions from a large number of stakeholders. 5) Six suggestions for the adaptation to create cooperation on differences among groups of people were as follows. (1) The societies or communities dealing with conflicts should create a sincere, trustworthy and relaxing environment in the relationship between the parties, which should be done before the negotiation. (2) Positively changing people’s behaviours should be promoted rather than verbal expression or negotiation. (3) When expressing opinions and deciding on solutions to solve problems, it should be specific to the individual with knowledge and expertise about problems and solutions to reduce the time in operation. (4) Past valuable experiences gained without direct experience can be proposed to a social space to create acceptance and cooperation among parties. (5) Creating a sincere and trustworthy environment is important to creating cooperation, and it should be constant and continuous. (6) Creating historical stories that indicate fraternity is an integrative mechanism to promote good relationships and unity between the parties.en
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dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.nida.ac.th/handle/662723737/6912
dc.language.isoen
dc.publisherNational Institute of Development Administration
dc.rightsNational Institute of Development Administration
dc.subjectกระบวนการปรับตัวth
dc.subjectยวนสระบุรีth
dc.subjectความหลากหลายทางวัฒนธรรมth
dc.subjectความร่วมมือบนความแตกต่างth
dc.subjectadaptationen
dc.subjectYuan Saraburien
dc.subjectcultural diversityen
dc.subjectcooperation on differencesen
dc.subject.classificationSocial Sciencesen
dc.titleCOOPERATION ON DIFFERENCES FROM THE ADAPTATION ON CULTURAL DIVERSITY A CASE STUDY OF YUAN COMMUNITY, TON TAN SUB – DISTRICT, SAO HAI DISTRICT, SARABURI PROVINCEen
dc.titleCOOPERATION ON DIFFERENCES FROM THE ADAPTATION ON CULTURAL DIVERSITY A CASE STUDY OF YUAN COMMUNITY, TON TAN SUB – DISTRICT, SAO HAI DISTRICT, SARABURI PROVINCEth
dc.typeDissertationen
dc.typeดุษฎีนิพนธ์th
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