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iieiiei1eWrkers - Leicester Research Archive - University of Leicester

iieiiei1eWrkers - Leicester Research Archive - University of Leicester

iieiiei1eWrkers - Leicester Research Archive - University of

RADIO IN A TRANSITIONAL SOCIETY: THE CASE OF MODERN THAILAND Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Leicester by Ubonrat Siriyuvasak Centre for Mass Communication Research University of Leicester July 1989

  • Page 2: Dedications For my Mum, whose preci
  • Page 5 and 6: Chapter 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 Chapter 5 5.1
  • Page 7 and 8: List of Tables Table 1 Commercial a
  • Page 9 and 10: CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 The Medi
  • Page 11 and 12: contrained by the dynamics of the e
  • Page 13 and 14: Within this basic framework, the th
  • Page 15 and 16: The Sakdina class, comprises the mo
  • Page 17 and 18: y the US and backed by their foreig
  • Page 19 and 20: the deterioration of the economy le
  • Page 21 and 22: position of the government, a group
  • Page 23 and 24: As unemployment has grown steadily,
  • Page 25 and 26: C) 1957 - 1973: Military Rule 1957
  • Page 27 and 28: CHAPTER 3 DOMINANT IDEOLOGIES IN TH
  • Page 29 and 30: "In ihe past, the Sangha functioned
  • Page 31 and 32: The new official ideology of 'Pandi
  • Page 33 and 34: Figure 1 The Administrative Structu
  • Page 35 and 36: (Nartsupha, 1984). At the same time
  • Page 37 and 38: Among other things, the expansion o
  • Page 39 and 40: The rise of the US, politically and
  • Page 41 and 42: modernise Third World countries. In
  • Page 43 and 44: Figure 3 Paternalism in the Modern
  • Page 45 and 46: Patriarchy is used here to describe
  • Page 47 and 48: CHAPTER 4 RADIO IN TRANSITION: THE
  • Page 49 and 50: armed forces gave rise to the third
  • Page 51 and 52: economic pressures from within both
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    4.2 The Structure and Dynamics of P

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    Ownership Allocative control l.stat

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    "My main job is to run the stations

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    evenue. Under Radio Regulation B.E.

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    In summary then, we can say that th

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    predominantly poor, being made up p

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    a corporation. This recent experime

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    are full-time employees of the Depa

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    giant Thai Rath or the politically

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    under the logic of commercialism. T

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    CHAPTER 5 PRODUCING NEWS AND COMMEN

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    Figure 6 Programme Content in Three

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    within the military hierarchy the c

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    The Production of Religious Program

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    C.- C C- C: U Ct C Ct Ut C U ci; =

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    Table 6 Structure of Broadcast News

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    of the Department of Public Relatio

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    The production of news coinmentry p

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    The selection of the materials The

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    autonomy. In the presentation of po

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    While the dual system of broadcasti

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    CHAPTER 6 PRODUCING POPULAR CULTURE

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    As the competition for larger audie

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    In the Thai musical tradition, the

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    But underneath the obvious antagoni

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    fiction slots in favour of music pr

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    Figure 8 Work Organisation in Two R

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    ecording schedule. For Siam '81, th

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    promotional materials in its own in

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    from either the songwriter or the p

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    In Azona for example, promotional s

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    In these last two chapters we have

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    SCHEME OF DISCOURSE ANALYSIS Intend

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    CHAPTER 7 PROPAGATING DOMINANT IDEO

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    that of the state the latter is con

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    Here the political institutions are

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    with monks from other factions of t

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    But when the scale of CPT insurgenc

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    attle field fighting the enemy... W

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    7.3 Popular News Commentary and Pol

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    In other instances the comment is a

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    aware of such dishonesty" (Kao Dunn

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    In identifying with the government'

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    official news bulletin and the popu

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    7.4 Political Drama and the Traditi

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    In this scheme of character classif

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    discourse is brief and tightly cont

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    For example, the 'alien' or 'un-Tha

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    closed and tightly manipulated Sund

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    The central values of individualism

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    she is pregnant and the misundersta

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    11/ think sex is part of a love rel

  • Page 158 and 159:

    Roi Pa was turned from a serial of

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    In order to achieve the primary mis

  • Page 162 and 163:

    Sua Term is shot by the police whil

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    The narration of the drama title re

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    KORN: "But I think.., waste some mo

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    paradigm is diluted, although pater

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    einforces this contradictory imager

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    "When women try to picture exciteme

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    9.1 'Pleng Lukioong Forms of Pop Re

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    other hand, Pleng Pua Chiwit is see

  • Page 178 and 179:

    quality to the sensuous pleasure. S

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    In contrast, Puyai Li (Village Head

  • Page 182 and 183:

    and Wichien Kamcharoen, are from th

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    9.2 Stars and Style: Images of Sens

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    transformation. More and more of th

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    PU CHAI NA.! FAN (THE MAN IN MY DRE

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    In the past, sacred blessings were

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    incessantly propagated on the offic

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    In the city hall, the clerks are sm

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    1982, 3:23) and the corporate produ

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    In the first category, the artist p

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    In fact, the Laos are also the larg

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    non-provocative sensual pleasure. B

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    But the DJs mostly plan the program

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    CHAPTER 10 THE DYNAMICS OF AUDIENCE

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    provided a basic outline on which t

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    Most of the locally owned textile c

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    Table 10 The Hierarchy arid Gender

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    The creation of alternative and opp

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    • . sometimes there would be half

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    The workers' first defiance in 1975

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    The division of labour, between mal

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    met with conflicting reaction if no

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    Table 12 Dispositions of Respondent

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    office). This unbroken family tie p

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    etween channels and then I don 'i r

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    ".. I can '1 understand why my frie

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    (2) "They were wrong to fight in th

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    When we discussed the coup d'etats

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    As these examples show the division

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    illustration. At the temple ground

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    The President formed a group of wor

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    The amended version Jantakorop was

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    ". . we did not have any rehearsal

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    Without connecting the study of aud

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    complicated pattern of joint econom

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    The social hierarchy based on the t

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    impinged upon the structure of mass

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    Boonyaketmala, B. (1982) "Influence

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    Flood, T. (1977) "The Vietnamese Re

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    Lovell, T. (1980) Pictures of Reali

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    Pattamanan, U. (1985) "litipol kong

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    Suksamran, S. (1984) Buddha Sasana

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