The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, Vol. 12, No. 3, June 2011

"Overall this is an exciting and stimulating contribution to Thai studies and anthropological debate in general on the nature of modern communities, their emergence, their relations with states, and how the many images of them are deployed to varying strategic ends.

"Overall this is an exciting and stimulating contribution to Thai studies and anthropological debate in general on the nature of modern communities, their emergence, their relations with states, and how the many images of them are deployed to varying strategic ends.

…there is no doubt that this collection should be read with great interest by all those with a concern in current Thai debates and more general analyses of the ‘rural sector’ in Southeast Asia."

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