See but Unseen, Voice but Voiceless, Hear but Unheard: A Debate on Knowledge of Kathoey Sexual Exploitation

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Kittikon Sankatiprapa

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This article wishes to disclose the power of heterosexuality discourse in shaping sexual relationship in the society, which positioning kathoey as a periphery and the otherness.  This study argues that the existing “sexual harassment” theories and explanations can not adequately reveal such phenomena imposing on kathoey. The writer trusts that an autobiography methodology under constructivist ontology is relevant to the study so as to create a space of knowledge on this issue.

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Sankatiprapa, K. (1). See but Unseen, Voice but Voiceless, Hear but Unheard: A Debate on Knowledge of Kathoey Sexual Exploitation. Journal of Mekong Societies, 2(3), 37-72. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/mekongjournal/article/view/10198
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