Form and meaning of political symbols in the movement of the Thai people

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Sarojn Boonsermwan Suchart Sriyaranya

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This study examines the patterns and meanings of political symbols used in the movement of various parties. It was found that the use of political symbols to power the political movement of the People's Alliance for Democracy was a trump card. The United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship is the bottom line. While the People's Revolutionary Committee for Democratic Change is a perfect democracy, the monarchy is a whistle-blower. For the meaning of the political alliance of the People's Alliance for Democracy on the united to support the People's Alliance for Democracy. The United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship Reflects Reflections on the Role of Democratic Alliance Against Dictatorship. While the meaning of the political committees of the People's Revolutionary Committee for Thailand is a perfect democracy, the king is the head of state, meaning the center of the mind, the love of the nation. Combining the power to transform Thailand into a perfect democracy, the King is the head of state.

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