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Buddhist Public Relations Model for Thai Community Development: Theoretical and Practical Implications
Unformatted Document Text:  Buddhist Public Relations - ICA-15-11634 27 involvement of community actors in researching and planning the project activities, and the full measure of the right knowledge of the social reality. As the Buddhist public relations process is proposed and developed, its approach and knowledge expands far beyond the conventional practicalities. Buddhist public relations discipline recognizes the importance of theory, research, and practice as interconnected, not separate matters. Therefore, it is essential that Buddhist public relations for community development evolves in the co-operative experiential setting wherein scholars, community-based organizations, social practitioners, and community members are situated as co-actors within the circle of a social learning process. The Buddhist public relations process gradually builds from the simple communicative interaction within the group to the more complex and larger-scale communicative ties outside the group. Throughout the process, community members are no longer regarded as "the passive audiences," who have merely been taught to wait for someone to solve their own problems. The community members should be encouraged to have a say about their desired future. For example, CB co-operative and Isan civic network make their efforts to enhance the roles of community leaders and active citizens in community development programs. The case study shows that community leaders and active citizens can be instrumental in fostering the sense of community culture, preserving the indigenous knowledge, and stabilizing the reciprocal social relationships through the forms of group meeting, group discussion, public forum, participatory training, learning group, community network, and collaborative alliances. In short, the Buddhist public relations discipline aims to achieve self-awareness, communities of choice, valued- transferred processes, reciprocal relationships, and sustainable public sphere through

Authors: Hanpongpandh, Peeraya.
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involvement of community actors in researching and planning the project activities,
and the full measure of the right knowledge of the social reality.
As the Buddhist public relations process is proposed and developed, its
approach and knowledge expands far beyond the conventional practicalities.
Buddhist public relations discipline recognizes the importance of theory, research, and
practice as interconnected, not separate matters. Therefore, it is essential that
Buddhist public relations for community development evolves in the co-operative
experiential setting wherein scholars, community-based organizations, social
practitioners, and community members are situated as co-actors within the circle of a
social learning process.
The Buddhist public relations process gradually builds from the simple
communicative interaction within the group to the more complex and larger-scale
communicative ties outside the group. Throughout the process, community members
are no longer regarded as "the passive audiences," who have merely been taught to
wait for someone to solve their own problems. The community members should be
encouraged to have a say about their desired future. For example, CB co-operative
and Isan civic network make their efforts to enhance the roles of community leaders
and active citizens in community development programs.
The case study shows that community leaders and active citizens can be
instrumental in fostering the sense of community culture, preserving the indigenous
knowledge, and stabilizing the reciprocal social relationships through the forms of
group meeting, group discussion, public forum, participatory training, learning group,
community network, and collaborative alliances. In short, the Buddhist public
relations discipline aims to achieve self-awareness, communities of choice, valued-
transferred processes, reciprocal relationships, and sustainable public sphere through


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