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This research aimed to 1) to study the role of sangha’s in the promotion of political culture 2) to analyze and compare the similarities and differences of role of sangha’s in the promotion of political culture 3) to analyze trends of role of sangha’s in the promotion of political culture in Thai society 4) to present the role of sangha’s in the promotion of political culture. This research was the qualitative research method collected by documentary, in-depth-interview and focus group discussions. The research was divided into 3 phases. The intruments for collecting data were the document analysis, in-depth-interview by using a purposive sampling by stakeholders 21 individuals, and focus group discussions 11 experts meeting. Data from both methods were analyzed by using contextual content analysis techniques and data with triangulation techniques.
The results are found as follows;
- the role of sangha’s in the promotion of political culture reinforcement are as follows:
1) the political role of the sangha’s according to history consists of the role of sangha’s in the promotion of political culture.
2) the role of sangha’s in the promotion of political culture.
3) trends of role of sangha’s in the promotion of political culture to creative.
- analyze trends of role of sangha’s in the promotion of political culture in Thai society there are as follows:
1) current state of the role of sangha’s in the promotion of political culture
2) trends of role of sangha’s in the promotion of political culture in the political observant should be.
3) trends of role of sangha’s in the promotion of political culture in the political partnership should be.
4) trends of role of sangha’s in the promotion of political culture in the political participant should be.
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