List of ASEAN Studies students’ articles published in academic year 2017-2018

 

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Advisors ASEAN Studies Students

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Asean-Korea FTA economic Partnership: The case of Thailand and its solution on TBT problem Asst.Prof.Dr.Chayanee Chawanote Ms.Hyewon Park

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Posibility of establishing an ASEAN Museum in Thailand Dr.James Anthony Placzek Ms.Kanyarat Muanthong

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A Study of Chinese tourists’ motivation, satisfaction, loyalty: The case study of Bangkok, Thailand Assoc.Prof.Artorn Fungtammasan Ms.Liying Jiang

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Comparing Emerging Youth Civic Engagement in the Mekong and Ganga Basins Dr. Chaiwat Meesanthan Ms.Pimjai Banlangpoh

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Chinese soft strategies in Vietnam:

Case of Chinese language expansion in Vietnam’s universities

Prof.Dr.Yang Baoyun Ms.Xoan Thi Tran

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Cultural Controversies: The Disputes over Common Culture in Ganga Mekong Region Ajarn Dr.Nattanit Chamsuwanwong Ms.Kamontip Dueathong

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The Efficacy of Asean Way of Preventive Diplomacy and Conflict Management in the South China Sea Conflict Prof.Dr.Surachai Sirikrai) Mr.Norberto T. Bondoc

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ASEAN Towards Digital Economy: The Development of Equity Crowdfunding in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and

the Philippines

Assoc.Prof.Dr. Peter Ractham Ms.Anneraine M. Colobong

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Healthcare Across the Border: Stigmatization Experiences and

Healthcare-seeking Behavior of Male Expatriates with HIV/AIDS in Thailand

Asst.Prof.Dr.Kaewkwan Tangtipongkul Mr.Dennis C. Casing

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Teaching sustainable development in the Philippines: Looking through the lens of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Dr.Anin Aroonruengsawat Mr.Ace Ortilla De la Serna

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The Conception of Cybersecurity in Thailand Dr.Shweta Sinha Mr.Jakkrit Chuamuangphan

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recruitment: General research funding from Thammasat University research fund for the fiscal year 2019

recruitment: General research funding from Thammasat University research fund for the fiscal year 2019

For more information please see as attachments
1. Publication of academic works fund
2. Academic presentations fund
3. Translation academic articles fund
4. Outstanding research fund
5. Scholarship proposal fund

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Workshop Report: “Indigenous Practices for Sustainable Social Development”

PBIC organized a workshop on “Indigenous Practices for Sustainable Social Development” on September 25th 2018 at Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus. Accordingly, the presentation and discussion in this workshop is summarized as follows. You can also download a pdf version of the Summary Workshop Report in the link below.

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PBIC Lecture Series #12

PBIC Lecture Series on “Indigenous Practices for Sustainable Social Development” is an attempt to share experiences and exchange knowledge on best practices, positive outcomes, issues and challenges of indigenous people’s practices in India and in Thailand. The workshop would bring forward such interesting case studies from India and Thailand to build awareness and understanding of these practices, that can further be adapted and developed as innovative approaches for coping with environmental changes.

Date and Time: 25 September 2018, 09.00-16.00

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