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The Crisis of environmental Sustainability due to human interference : A case study of Thasala community in Thailand

Sudtida Padrit (Ramkhamhaeng University)

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ABSTRACT The research study the effect of multinational corporation on the way of fishermen community and authority benefit of natural resources and also the process of movement against the construction. It also emphasizes the nature of human interference and the consequence relationships that fo...
ABSTRACT The research study the effect of multinational corporation on the way of fishermen community and authority benefit of natural resources and also the process of movement against the construction. It also emphasizes the nature of human interference and the consequence relationships that follows in the form of movement from non government and local community organization. This paper discusses the use of qualitative research methods by the document, using to investigated with participation and nonparticipation and interview with key informant. All participants in the movement have community awareness and protection. The study describes how the power group of big oil corporation want to interfere the natural resource in Thasala community in Thailand and development of social capitalism. Key words multinational, movement, fishermen, community, big oil corporation, natural resource, social capitalism
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Chapter I : Introduction and Methodology 8
Introduction 8
Population 10
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Chapter I : Introduction and Methodology 8
Introduction 8
Population 10
Sampling 15
Importance of the study 16

Chapter II : Impact of Environmental to Thasala Community 17
Theoretical Framework and Research Methodology 17
Theoretical Framework and Perspective 17
What is Political Ecology? 17
Different Approaches to the Meaning of Political Ecology 18
Different between “cultural” and “political ecology” 20
Research Methodology 22
Research Hypothesis 22
Research Questions 23
Objective 23
Technique of Data Question 23
The scope of the research 23
The Focus and aims of the research 24
Field Experience 24
Limitation of the Research 25
Chapter III : Environmental Impact to Thasala Community and Reasons of Thasala’s People’s Movement Against the Big Oil Company Sea Port Construction 26
What is the environmental impact on Thasala community? 26
What does the oil company do for the community? 27
What is the EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) EHIA(Environmental Health Impact Assessment) and its importance to Thasala community ? 27
Impact of Thasala People’s Movement against the construction of the big oil company Project 28
Reasons of Thasala’s people’s Movement against the big oil company Sea Port Construction 29
Some of the reasons given by the local people of their protest 30
Why Thasala Bay is called Golden Bay is explained? 33
Why the communities want the region to be considered as protected zone? 33
Analysis and Interpretation 34

Chapter IV :Thasala People’s Movement Against the Big Company 37
Thasala People’s Movement Against the Big Company 37
In- Depth Case Study Interview 39
Socio Economic Background of the Respondents 42
Summary of this Chapter 44

Chapter V: Summary and Conclusion 46
Summary 46
Conclusion 50

Appendix A 51

Appendix B 52

Bibliography 54

List of interview 56

Background 57