Worldview, politics and government of villagers


  • Anucha Bhalakula Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Phetchaburi Buddhist College,


Political View


The political structure is reflected in political institutions, namely the monarchy. Legislative Institutions, Administrative Institutions, Judicial Institutions Economic Institute Which has power relations that directly affect the villagers Who view the values of those institutions differently If the institution plays a good role, it is useful Which is clearly concrete, villagers will accept that institutional power By contributing to political culture That were different for specific groups according to their own interests and disadvantages. Some groups were assisted by the state authorities. Often, he realized that he was under the rulership. Therefore they are good villagers who obey the orders of the state Without claiming of rights and powers Even as provided in the Constitution However, some groups of villagers were aware of their rights and powers. Therefore expressed by participation in politics and government As required by law Starting from the process of exercising political rights Presenting yourself in political office Participation in examination of the exercise of powers and duties of persons holding political positions Driving demand for the public sector It was seen that there was an urgent need for the state to give importance and to solve the problem at the villagers level.

Author Biography

Anucha Bhalakula, Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Phetchaburi Buddhist College,

Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Phetchaburi Buddhist College, Thailand.


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