Sufficiency and the New Theory applied to a One-Rai Plot of Land Generating an Income of 100,000 Baht.

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ชยุต อินทร์พรหม

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The objectives of this research are to examine the process and successful application of the new theory to a one-rai plot of land generating an income of 100,000 baht and to explore the consistency of agricultural practices related to the application of the new theory with sufficiency economy. It employs qualitative research with participant observation, in-depth interview, focus group meeting, and case study analysis.  The result indicates that the application of the new theory is consistent with sufficiency economy and the new theory. It improves and recovers agroecology, creating food security in household, knowledge transfer, network, and self-reliance. Recommendations are the promotion of building food security in small scale land, creation of farmer development, knowledge distribution, and establishment of an institute or organization to be responsible for the application of the new theory.

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อินทร์พรหมช. (2018). Sufficiency and the New Theory applied to a One-Rai Plot of Land Generating an Income of 100,000 Baht. Journal of Social Development, 20(2), 1 - 15. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jsd/article/view/148800
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