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JC599.T5 S464 2018

ISBN

9780812250220 (cloth)

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ชื่อเรื่อง

Human rights in Thailand / Don F. Selby

พิมพลักษณ์

Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018.

รูปเล่ม

xv, 234 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

ชื่อชุด

Pennsylvania studies in human rights

หมายเหตุสารบัญ

Contents: Introduction
-- Emerging human rights in Thailand
-- Experimenting with fate
-- Political struggle and human rights
-- Patronage, face, vulnerability: articulations of human rights
-- "Kat Mai Ploi": motherhood and pursuits of justice
-- The return of coup politics
-- Conclusion.

บทคัดย่อ

Summary: When the Thai state violently suppressed a massive prodemocracy protest in "Black May," 1992, it initiated an unprecedented period in Thailand. The military, shamed and chagrined, withdrew from political life, and the democracy movement had more latitude than ever before in Thailand's history, gaining an institutional presence previously unseen. This extraordinary moment created a unique opportunity for the human rights movement to emerge, for the first time, on a national scale in Thailand.

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