Conditions and Problems of Development and Inheritance of Thai Song Dam Wisdom Can Be Divided Into Past and Present

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The purpose of this study is to examine the conditions and problems of Thai Song Dam development as well as wisdom inheritance in the tribe. To achieve this, qualitative research using a field study synthesis, related documents review as well as interview method of data collection from the community leaders, Folk philosopher, and the villagers' representative groups. The study reveals that disappearance in some of Tai Song or Thai Song Dam culture and traditions. The reasons for the disappearance of culture and traditions remain unknown even to the people who are knowledgeable about various ancient rituals which are old and difficult to find.


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Conditions and Problems, Inheritance, Thai song Dam, Divided into past and present, Development

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