Changes in the Conscious Mind in Applying Technology for Growing Rice At the Chee River Basin in Northeastern of Thailand
Pramuan Sati, Jaruwan Dhamawat, Preecha Pratepha and Sampan Rittidech
DOI : 10.3844/jssp.2005.172.177
Journal of Social Sciences
Volume 1, 2005
A study of Local technology for rice Farming at the time of crisis of communities along the Chee river basin, which was aimed at investigating the patterns of the Local technology , that farmers used to solve the problems of growing rice when facing a crisis and conditions related to the use of Local technology for rice. The researcher used the principles of field methodology for gathering data. The survey study was carried out in 25 villages in the Chee river basin. The study focused on the conditions of crises in 3 villages: the crisis of saline soil in Baan Doo Yai, Tambon Muang Plia, Amphur Baan Phai, Khon Kaen province; the crisis of flooding in Baan Kui Chuak, Tambon Nong Bua, Amphur Kosum Phisai, Mahasarkram province and the crisis of drought in Baan Don Klong, Amphur Muang, Yasothon province. This study focused on investigation of the methods, which were used for finding solutions to the farmer
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