Discourses to Promote Awareness for Thai People

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Taweewat Jittiwetkul


This article aimed to (1) study the knowledge of Thailand in eight dimensions; (2) study the discourse that communicates to create Thai consciousness; and 3) present rhetorical arts to create a sense of Thai people. This study was qualitative research, collecting information from documents and key informants. The research tools were the content summary form and the interview form, data analysis, synthesis, and group discussion. A descriptive summary of the research results. Offer a qualified person to certify that the research results were found as follows:

1) Knowledge about the Thai nation There were eight dimensions of creative craftsmanship, including the human science dimension. Thai people have the habit of dreaming. and high imagination social science dimension, considerate, honor, and respect seniors’ jurisprudence They adapt every rule to their own context. In terms of geographical dimensions, a blender is the center of many races. Education dimension, memorizing mechanic, education system, teaching to memorize and follow cultural dimensions, imitators, adaptations, adaptations from other cultures Political science, patriotic, from cultivating nationalism and economic dimensions, dependent on economic monopoly and dependent on wealth.

2) The discourse in the Thai national anthem is to create love, consisting of love on fertile land, love oneness, love independence even has to sacrifice something, and love peace not oppressive, aiming to coordinate benefits adopt a good model.

3) Rhetoric to create a sense of the nation, which is to glorify the institution consisting of Thailand as a single kingdom. There is a distinctive feature. integrated application maintaining a nation through the presence of institutions and good governance is a management approach that is suitable for Thai society.

The new body of knowledge is that Thailand can remain a nation until today. because there is love in the institution.

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Jittiwetkul, T. (2022). Discourses to Promote Awareness for Thai People. Journal of Arts Management, 6(1), 146–159. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jam/article/view/251245
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