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Thai, Thai-Karen and Karen Women's Insecurity i...
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This study examines the gender and ethnic dimensions of insecurity among Thai, Thai-Karen and Karen women in the forest livelihoods. Though, women are the main users of the forest resources for subsistence and commercial purposes, gender norms constrain them in participating in decision making process at the community forest management. As a result, forest management activities are dominated by men. However, Thai women are more secure as members of dominant ethnic group. They are more entrenched in commercial activities due to their advantageous social and legal status and better access to market. But Thai-Karen and Karen women are marginalized because of their ethnicity and substandard social status as a minority group. Dependency on Thais, limited legal status and lack of options for multiple livelihoods are the factors of insecurity for Karen and Thai-Karen in forest livelihood. Between Karen and Thai-Karen, the latter enjoys a better living condition due to cultural assimilation with Thai community. This social capital provides Thai-Karen women with multiple livelihood options. Inaccessibility to all these benefits makes Karen women highly insecure in the society.

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Wat Aranyawiwake
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Wat Aranyawiwake (Thai script: ), also known as Wat Ban Pong (Thai script: ) is a monastery ("Wat") in the Thai Forest Tradition of the Theravada lineage of Buddhism located in Mae Taeng, Chiang Mai Province, northern Thailand. Phra Ajahn Plien Panyapatipo is the current abbot of Wat Aranyawiwake, where he resided since 1966. Wat Aranyawiwake was established and named by Luang Pho Mun Bhuridatta, the father of the current tradition of forest meditation monastics.

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Wat Aranyawiwake
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Wat Aranyawiwake (Thai script: ), also known as Wat Ban Pong (Thai script: ) is a monastery ("Wat") in the Thai Forest Tradition of the Theravada lineage of Buddhism located in Mae Taeng, Chiang Mai Province, northern Thailand. Phra Ajahn Plien Panyapatipo is the current abbot of Wat Aranyawiwake, where he resided since 1966. Wat Aranyawiwake was established and named by Luang Pho Mun Bhuridatta, the father of the current tradition of forest meditation monastics.

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Wat Nong Pah Pong
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Wat Nong Pah Pong (Short: Wat Pah Pong, Thai: ) is the main monastery of the late Thai Forest Tradition meditation master, the Venerable Ajahn Chah. The monastery sits in Ubon Ratchathani Province, in the district of (Amphoe) Warin Chamrap.In 1975, one of Ajahn Chah's first Western disciples, the Venerable Ajahn Sumedho, opened what was to be the first in a long line of branch monasteries (currently around 140 branches) of Wat Pah Pong specifically geared for the growing interests in traditional Buddhist practices among Westerners. Thai monastery, Wat Pah Nanachat, along with a growing list of monasteries opened in recent years around the world, are introducing the heart of the Buddhist teachings to what was previously something of an inaccessible audience to the Thai Forest masters.

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Wat Pa Salawan
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Watpa Salawan (Thai ) is a Thai Theravada Buddhist ( Thai tam-má-yóot) forest temple located in downtown Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, known as the Gateway Province to the North-east.Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew (Thai: ), also known colloquially as The Million Bottle Temple, is an unconventional contemporary Buddhist temple in Khun Han district of Sisaket province, Thailand. The temple is made of over 1 million empty discarded beer bottles. The construction was initiated in 1984.

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Wat Pah Nanachat
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Wat Pah Nanachat (Thai: , International Forest Monastery) is situated in a small forest in north-east Thailand about fifteen kilometres from the city of Ubon Rachathani. The late Ajahn Chah established the monastery in 1975 to serve as a training community for non-Thais along traditional monastic lines. Its monks, novices and postulants include a wide range of nationalities. The primary language of communication and instruction is English.

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Wat Nong Pah Pong
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Wat Nong Pah Pong (Short: Wat Pah Pong, Thai: ) is the main monastery of the late Thai Forest Tradition meditation master, the Venerable Ajahn Chah. The monastery sits in Ubon Ratchathani Province, in the district of (Amphoe) Warin Chamrap.In 1975, one of Ajahn Chah's first Western disciples, the Venerable Ajahn Sumedho, opened what was to be the first in a long line of branch monasteries (currently around 140 branches) of Wat Pah Pong specifically geared for the growing interests in traditional Buddhist practices among Westerners. Thai monastery, Wat Pah Nanachat, along with a growing list of monasteries opened in recent years around the world, are introducing the heart of the Buddhist teachings to what was previously something of an inaccessible audience to the Thai Forest masters.

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Wat Pa Salawan
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Watpa Salawan (Thai ) is a Thai Theravada Buddhist ( Thai tam-má-yóot) forest temple located in downtown Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, known as the Gateway Province to the North-east.Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew (Thai: ), also known colloquially as The Million Bottle Temple, is an unconventional contemporary Buddhist temple in Khun Han district of Sisaket province, Thailand. The temple is made of over 1 million empty discarded beer bottles. The construction was initiated in 1984.

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Wat Ta Yom
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Wat Ta Yom (Thai: ) is a subdistrict (tambon) in the Bang Krathum district of Phitsanulok Province, Thailand.The first element wat (Thai: ) means temple, the second element ta (Thai: ) means eye, the third element yom (Thai: ) means weep, hence Weeping Eye Temple.Wat Ta Yom is bordered to the north by Nong Phra in Amphoe Wang Thong, to the northeast by Phan Chali in Amphoe Wang Thong, to the southeast by Noen Kum, and to the southwest by Phai Lom and to the northwest by Nakhon Pa Mak. The district consists of flat lowlands with no hills or forest. The majority of the land has been cleared for agricultural use. The Wat Ta Yom River flows through Wat Ta Yom. The subdistrict lies within the Nan Basin, which is part of the Chao Phraya Watershed.

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