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タイトル: Publicness and Taken-for-granted Knowledge: A Case Study of Communal Land Formation in Rural Thailand
著者: Shigetomi, Shinichi
重冨, 真一
キーワード: Local organization
Rural development
Thailand
Public sphere
Community forest
Communal land
Community
Forest
地域組織
農村開発
タイ
公共空間
コミュニティ林
共有地
森林
Issue Date: Jun-2007
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 108. 2007.6
抄録: The lack of public-mindedness can cause problems in the social order of people’s daily lives, such as the tragedy of the commons and the problem of free riders. Some scholars such as Habermas assert that communicative rationality is the solution, expecting that individuals will communicate with each other to reach a consensus without being bounded by aspects of social background. Other scholars advocate the revitalization of traditional community culture. These arguments, however, are not based on reality. By using the case of communal land formation in rural Thailand, the author shows that collective action is neither a revival of tradition nor a result of communication free from social constraints. Rather, cooperation emerges because the people rationally respond to their present needs and have built, through daily social interactions, taken-for-granted knowledge about how they should behave for cooperation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/587
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