Asian Science Citation Index is committed to provide an authoritative, trusted and significant information by the coverage of the most important and influential journals to meet the needs of the global scientific community.  
ASCI Database
308-Lasani Town,
Sargodha Road,
Faisalabad, Pakistan
Fax: +92-41-8815544
Contact Via Web
Suggest a Journal
Articles by Subunn Ieamvijarn
Total Records ( 2 ) for Subunn Ieamvijarn
  Montri Srirajlao , Worapol Aengwanich and Subunn Ieamvijarn
  Problem statement: Para Rubber was an economic wood growing in Northeast Thailand playing economic and social role. The objectives of this research were to study: (1) the economic, social and cultural lifestyle and (2) the appropriate adjustment model of agriculturists or farmers growing Para Rubber in Northeast Thailand. Approach: The research area covered 6 provinces: Mahasarakam, Roi-ed, Khon Kaen, Nongkai, Udontani and Loei. The samples were selected by Purposive Sampling including: 90 experts, 60 practitioners and 60 general people. The instruments using for collecting data were: (1) The Interview Form, (2) The Observation Form, (3) Focus Group Discussion and (4) Workshop, investigated by Triangulation. Data were analyzed according to the specified objectives and presented in descriptive analysis. Results: The farmers’ lifestyle in traditional period of Northeast Thailand was to earn their living from producing by themselves and sharing resources with each other including: rice farming, farm rice growing, vegetable garden growing, searching for natural food without cost wasting one’s capital. When it was period of changing, the price of traditional industrial crop was lowered, the agriculturists began to grow Para Rubber instead since the promotion of governmental industrial section. For the economic, social and cultural changes, found that the agriculturists growing Para Rubber Plantation, had more revenue. But, the mechanism of market price and selling had stability was attached with political situation. For the pattern of adjustment of the agriculturists growing Para Rubber Plantation in Northeast Thailand, found that there was an adjustment in individual level for developing their self study by applying body of knowledge learned by experience of successful people by being employed in cutting Para Rubber in The Southern of Thailand as well as the academic support and selling to serve the need of farmers. Conclusion/Recommendations: Para Rubber was industrial crop in capitalism society. Therefore, it needed to be continuously supported in order to have balance on production.
  Ladda Hongsuraphong , Phra Sumaeteesuthaporn and Subunn Ieamvijarn
  The appropriate model of rehabilitation and conservation of cultural forest by community participation in forest temples focuses on developing and constructing cultural forests within the temples to be public areas that the community can fully utilize and in accordance to the way of life of Thai Buddhists. The concept of Baworn (house, temple, school) is applied to the conservation and development of forests in forest temples by dividing the area of the temple into three areas called Buddhawat (temple), Dharmawa (tower school) and Sangkawat (Monk’s house). Each of the three zones are divided into 6 areas, which include Sehnahsana (temple grounds), Afforestation area, reservoir, parking lot, public parks or gardens and roads. The trees and vegetation to be planted are selected to those that are suitable to the local climate, terrain and appropriate to the benefits in each of the three zones. Afforestation sustain ability in forest temples requires cooperation from all sectors in the community, including clergy people and government sectors.
Copyright   |   Desclaimer   |    Privacy Policy   |   Browsers   |   Accessibility