A Management of Intangible Cultural Heritage: A Case study of Stone Polished Bronze the Making of the Banbu Community

  • กษิด์เดช เนื่องจำนงค์ Mahidol University
Keywords: Knowledge Management, Intangible Cultural Heritage, Stone Polished


The purpose of this research was to study the knowledge management, the cognitive function and the cognitive knowledge management. Data were collected from 3 groups of stakeholders: 1) cultural bearers, 2) community leaders and 3) insider. The study indicated that there are 5 processes of knowledge management framework as follows: 1) knowledge of identification 2) knowledge of creation and acquisition 3) knowledge of storage and access 4) knowledge of sharing and 5) knowledge of application. The knowledge of heritage, cultural wisdom, and the cognitive process is mostly buried deep. Conservation of the research also provided suggestions for the management of the cognitive knowledge of cultural heritage and knowledge creation and constantly taking place through activities such as books, leaflets, conferences, seminars, demonstrations, discussions, exhibitions etc. There should be individuals / agencies to assist in the management of knowledge, support in various aspects such as budget, development and technology to support the sustainable intangible cultural heritage.  


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