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  • .710

    Administrative Environment

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    .710 Administrative Environment

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    : Social System and Administration

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    (Value)

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    ; (Maslow, 1959) 3 1. 2. 3. (L 5)

    (Socialization) L (Agents of Socialization)

    (Social Theory)

    1. (Evolutionary Theory) (Charles Darwin) (adaptation) L L

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    2. (Structural and Functional Theory) (Talcott Parsons) L L L 4 (adaptation) (goal attainment) (integration) (latency or pattern maintenance)

    3. (Conflict Theory) (Karl Marx) L (Dialectical) L 5 L (1) SS (Primitive communism) Lg g (2) L ( Ancient communal) Lg g LL (3) S (Feudalism) Lg (4) S (Capitalism) Lg (5) S (Communism) Lg

    4. (Modernization Theory) L L

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    L (Stags of Growth) (Absorptive Capacity) (Big Push) (Balance Growth) (Unbalance Growth)

    S L L L L () L L L L L L L L L L L L - 1-3 -. -. - 4 - (2529) -.. - - .- - 7-8 -

    (Transition)

    (Take - off)

    S (Traditional Society)

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    (High mass consumption)

    (Maturity)

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    -. - - 5 (..2524-2529) - - 6 (..2530-2534) -.. - . -. -. -. . 1-8 (..2504-2544) - . - .- .-- - - (.,2539) Glocalization --. 2 . (1) - . ---- . .- - -- --- .-.- - - .- 2 -- - - . (2) .-. 2 - .. - -.- -- - (civil society) --. - - - -.. 2 -- --

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    -- - - - . - -- GDP - .--. -- - . GDH (Gross Domestic Happiness) GDP (Gross Domestic Product) -- - --

    5. L

    6. (Dependency Theory) (Furnando Enrique Cordoso) 3 L LL

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    7. (World System Theory) L L L LL 3

    1. 7.1% 20 13.8 % L (1) L L (2) 3 -- -- L . LL (CPF) 16% 20% 55 L (1) () (2) . () 5% 5% 76% L ( 24% )

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    . (.) . 1 () . L 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

    2. L 73-74 5 L ( ) 0-5 L ()

    3. L L L (. L)

    4. . . L (KM) L L LL 12 Competency based skill learning

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    : ( (Decentralization) L ..2550 14 L 1. 272 ...... 274 ... ... 2. 275 L... 3. 273 ... 279 ...L ... 4. 274 ...L... 280 ... ... 281 ... 5. 276 ...... 277 ......

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    5 ..2540 284 (2) 2540 2550 35 2549 L 245 50 L ..2550 ?

    ( ..2550 L L ... L L 1. 276 2. 277 3. 278 4. 14 3 10 55 - 61 1-7 L 8 10 (..2550-2554) (3) 10 L L L 10 L

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    LL LL L L 4 L L L

    .. 2550 ..2540 L L 200 ..2550 L 1. L ..2540 1.1 ( 4) 1.2 ( 35) 1.3 ( 40) ( 208) 1.4 LL ( 44) 1.5 L

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    ( 45-46) L ( 47 ) 1.6 12 L ( 48) 1.7 L ( 51) 1.8 ( 54) 1.9 LL ( 66 ) L ( 66 ) 1.10 ( 61 ) L ( 138 ) ( 55) 1.11 L L ( 186 ) 1.12 100,000 ( 282(1)) 2. L L 2.1 ( 32-38) ( 39-40) ( 55-61) ( 65-66) ( 67-68) 2.2 L L ( 28 ) 2.3 ( 28 )

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    2.4 50,000 20,000 ( 160 262 ) 3. 3.1 LL L L 3.2 ( 1 ) ( 293 298) 3.3 ( 208) 3.4 ( 66 ) 3.5 ( 248(1) (2) 4. L 4.1 L 4.2 LL ( 77 (4)) ( 80 (5)-(6)) ( 82) ( 83 (3)) ( 83 (9)) LL ( 83 (11)) LL ( 84) 4.3 L 1 L 5. L

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    5.1 ( 274 ) ( 275 ) 5.2 L ( 279) 5.3 ( 278 ) ( 276 277) L- ( 278 ) 5.4 L ( 273 )

    ( ..2550 L ..2540 .. 2540 2540 L L ..2550 L 1. 1.1 ( 55, 138 186 ) ( 186) ( 161) ( 282 ) 1.2 ( 208,66 ) 1.3 L L ( 159, 160, 276 277)

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    2. L 2.1 2 8 ( 167 ) 2.2 ( 181) 2.3 ( 162-166) ( 163 ) ( 163 ) 2.4 L ( 164 ) ( 138(3)) 2.5 ( 246) 2.6 L ( 177) 2.7 ( 99) 3. 3.1 L LLL L 5 % ) 3.2 L ( 158 ) 3.3 ( 138 (2)) 4. ( 106) L

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    LL LL ( 108 ) 5. L L ( 275)

    ( L L 10 (..2550-2554) 3 L ..2550 1. 3 13 1 ( 26-29) 2 ( 30-31) 3 ( 32-38) 4 ( 39-40) 5 ( 41-42) 6 ( 43-44) 7 ( 45-47) 8 ( 48-49) 9 ( 50-54) 10 ( 55-61) 11 ( 62-64) 12 ( 65-66) 13 ( 67-68) 2. L 5 10 1 ( 74-75) 2 ( 76) 3 ( 77) 4 ( 78-79) 5 ( 80) 6 ( 81) 7 ( 82-83) 8 ( 84) 9 ( 85) 10 ( 86) 3. 7 ( 159-161) 4. 14 ( 272-281) L 4 ..2550

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    g L L L-

    1. 2 9 (A.D.800-1200) Drifting migration L 400 13 (A.D.1200) Mass migration () L (Stationary) 4-5 ...L L ... L (1) (Political Legitimacy) (2) (Man Power Mobilization) L (3) LL (Identity) -L (Pragmatism) LL

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    5 L 1 L L 2 L L L ( - )

    2. Pragmatism (1) (Buddhist Concept of King) (..1444) L () () 500 7 (..2475) 75 L (.. : - - ..2475 - - - - -- . - -- --) (2) Animism () L (Buddhism) (3) ... ... L (4) L 44

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    L to reign but not the rule L L 2 L L L () (5) L L

    3. L 3 L (1) L L L L (Mahasammata) (Social Contract Theory) L (Mahasammata) Social Contract Theory 4 King Mongkut newly elected of SIAM L (2) (Karmic energy) L (Hierarchical Structure) L L (Individualism) (Loose Structure) L

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    (3) (Ten Kingly Virtues) 10 L LL L

    Right is Might : (-)

    Might is Right : (--)

    (Model) L L LL

    (Theory) L L L L

    3 Classic

    1. : Adam Smith The Wealth of Nation Selfish & Greedy Welth () L L

    2. : James Medison Ambitions Check Ambitions Democracy ( ) (Bargaining / Compromise) L

    Virtues : Merit : Power :

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    Elites Commitment

    3. : Machiavelli Fear Security () LL 3 : : :

    (Elite Theory) 2 L 2 (1) (Positional Approach) (2) (Reputational Approach)

    1. (Cultural Analysis Model) John Girling L Consensual View Almond & Verba L Subject Political Culture

    2. (Clientelism) L 4 2.1 (Dyadic Relations) (Clique), Clique + sect = clect 2.2 (Vertical Relations) 2.3 L (Reciprocal Relations) 2.4 (Personal Relations) L L L

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    L L L

    3. (Bureaucratic Policy Model) Fred W. Riggs Focus (ciect) L ( ) ( )

    4. (Group Model) LL L g L L L L

    5. (System Theory Model) David Easton L

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    - demands : - Policy - supports : - Laws - Action etc. ( Input 100%)

    6. (Liberal) S 2 (Socio-economic Backwardness) (Arbitrary rule) (Socio-economic gaps) (Political violence) (Developed Country) (Democratic rule) (Socio-economic equality) (Political stability) Huntington & Nelson L (No Easy Choices) L (Participation) 4 (1) (Autocratic Model) L L (2) (Bourgeois Model) L L L L (3) (Technocratic Model) L L (Participation explosion) (4) (Populist Model) L (Participati