Local Lifestyle with convey the wisdom of pottery in The Chao-Praya river basin.

Authors

  • ภานุ พัฒนปณิธิพงศ์
  • พฤทธิ์ ศุภเศรษฐศิริ
  • อำนาจ เย็นสบาย
  • สาธิต ทิมวัฒนบัณเทิง

Keywords:

Community life, Wisdom, Pottery, Chao Phraya river basin

Abstract

This research aims to study pottery with community life, the wisdom, form andthe management of the communities in the river basin.

To conduct the research, the research method used descriptive analysis of the study data and documents in the field. This information is used to select samples, specifically, the production experience for more than 10 years in four communities, including Banmorn Community, Bangaeng Sub-district, Meung District, Nakornsawan Province, Ban Kokemaw Community, Cherngklad Sub-district, Bangrajan District, Singhaburi Province, Ban Klongsrabueu, Klongsrabuea Sub-district, Meung District,
Ayothaya Pronivce and Koh Kred Community, Koh Kret Sub-district, Pak Kret District, Nonthaburi, the number of sample is 16. The data were collected through interviews using in-depth interviews, focus group and observation participatory and nonparticipatory, content analysis, classification of information, issues, and creation science.

The researchers found that lifestyle communities in the river basin are unique community identity, history and community development pottery. The belief in the ritual of making pottery from generation to generation, which is a container format linked with the pottery wisdom and managed services community that has the power of unity and generous sharing of the community to sustain environmental resources of community. The wisdom in the neighborhood Chao Phraya river basin found that the broadcast and wisdom are ways and are very aware of 10 wisdoms, namely theenvironment, learning experiences, knowledge, wisdom, love, seek, courage andpatience., creativity and consciousness

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Published

2019-09-04

How to Cite

พัฒนปณิธิพงศ์ ภ., ศุภเศรษฐศิริ พ., เย็นสบาย อ., & ทิมวัฒนบัณเทิง ส. (2019). Local Lifestyle with convey the wisdom of pottery in The Chao-Praya river basin. Research and Development Journal Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, 8(2), 43. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/irdssru/article/view/214447

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