DOI:​10.1177/1206331203252205
Corpus ID: 11894198
Cyber-Buddhism and Changing Urban Space in Thailand
Jim Taylor
Published 1 August 2003
Sociology

Space and Culture
Buddhism in Thailand has long been seen as a holistic cultural system, with an all-embracing normative cosmology that provides everyday meaning. However, it is also a diverse cultural system that… Expand
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