Cover: Certain Effects of Culture and Social Organization on Internal Security in Thailand.

Certain Effects of Culture and Social Organization on Internal Security in Thailand.

Published 1964

by H. P. Phillips, David A. Wilson

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A discussion of the assumption that modifications in Thai society aimed at strengthening internal security are likely to be effective to the degree that they take into account the motivations and attitudes of the Thai people and the functioning and ritualism of Thai institutions. A program that satisfies some of their existing needs (by traditional means wherever possible) promises success. 54 pp. Bibliog.

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