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INDEX
  1. #11 Presentations by the Students -1
  2. The Human (In)Security of Shan Migrant Workers in Thailand- Reality or Mirage?
  3. Study Background
  4. Migration Flow from Shan State to Northern Thailand
  5. Personal Motivation/Basic questions
  6. Purposes of the Research/Significance of the Research
  7. Research Questions/Puzzle
  8. Field work area
  9. Migration Flow from Shan State to Northern Thailand
  10. Case Study
  11. Implications
  12. Conclusion
  13. Questions and Answers (1)
  14. Questions and Answers (2)
  15. Questions and Answers (3)
  16. Comment from Prof. Umegaki
  17. The Environment Protection Needs Public Participation in China
  18. The structure of my presentation
  19. Section1
  20. China's Environmental Challenge
  21. Question/Hypothesis
  22. Section2
  23. Case : Pollution of Nanyang industrial parks
  24. Field Work
  25. Section3: Solution:
  26. Public participation in environmental protection
  27. Thank You!
  28. Questions and Answers (1)
  29. Questions and Answers (2)
  30. Questions and Answers (3)
  31. Questions and Answers (4)
  32. Comment from Prof. Umegaki
  33. Sustainable Agriculture as a Life Strategy of Small farmers in Rural Northeast Thailand
  34. 1. Question in the field: How to explain this phenomenon?
  35. 2-1. Problem Consciousness
  36. 2-2. Background
  37. 2-3. Background
  38. 2-4. Background: Difference of viewpoints about sustainable agriculture between the government and small farmers
  39. 2-5. Puzzle
  40. 3-1. Site
  41. 3-2. Research Setting
  42. 4-1. Case: The Resource Flow of A village in 1997
  43. 4-2. Case: The Resource Flow of A village in 2005-Red parts below relate to sustainable agriculture.-
  44. 4-3. Case: Who did empower Mr.A?-Making a bunch of choices-
  45. 4-4. Case: The Resource Flow of C village- Red parts below relate to sustainable agriculture.-
  46. 4-5. Case:
  47. 4-6. Observation: From cases and resource flow
  48. 5. Consideration: costs of transition
  49. 6. Significance
  50. 7. Research Plan
  51. References
  52. Questions and Answers (1)
  53. Questions and Answers (2)
  54. Questions and Answers (3)-1
  55. Questions and Answers (3)-2
  56. Questions and Answers (3)-3
  57. Questions and Answers (4)
  58. Questions and Answers (5)
  59. Comment from Prof. Umegaki