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Cultural Landscape: A Bridge Between Deforestation and Local Community?

, 3 (4), 36. Burirat, S., Thamsenamupop, P., & Kounbuntoam, S. (2010). A Study of Local Wisdom in Management of the Community Forest in Ban Nong Hua Khon, Tambon Nong Muen Than, At Samat District, Roi-Et Province. Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 7 (2), 123–128. Christiawan, P. I., & Lestari, N. W. S. (2015). Cultural Landscape of Traders Viewed from Tri Wara Concept in Traditional Market of Menanga Village (in bahasa). Media Komunikasi Geografi , 16 (1), 27–38. Forest Watch Indonesia. (2001). Portrait of Indonesia’s Forest Condition (in

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Rebo nyunda: Is it decolonising early childhood education in Bandung, Indonesia?

). The implementation of Rebo Nyunda program in fostering students’ local wisdom education. Edutech, 15(2), 155-169. Cleghorn, A., & Prochner, L. (2010). Shades of globalization in thress early childhood settings: Views from India, South Africa, and Canada. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. Crossley, M., & Tikly, L. (2006). Postcolonial perspectives and comparative and international research in education: A critical introduction. Comparative Education, 40(2), 147-156. Dryzek, J., Honig, B., Phillips, A., & Gilroy, P. (2008

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Prevalence of thalassemia carriers among the Lahu hill tribe population, Chiang Rai, Thailand

Feb 5 ] Available from http://www.mhsdc.org/interest1.htm 11 Princess Maha Chakri Siridhorn Anthropology center. Hill tribe. Bangkok, Thailand, 2013. [Cited 2014 Feb 5]. Available from: http://www.sac.or.th/main/index.php Princess Maha Chakri Siridhorn Anthropology center Hill tribe. Bangkok, Thailand 2013 [Cited 2014 Feb 5 ] Available from http://www.sac.or.th/main/index.php 12 Apidechkul T. The 2nd year final report of health status, the local wisdom, and community-based health promotion of Akha in Thailand (Phase-II). Chiang Rai, 2009. [in

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The Socioeconomic Vulnerability of Coastal Communities to Abrasion In Samas, Bantul Regency, Indonesia

who live either close to or far from the shoreline understand the general idea of how to prevent coastal erosion. Such comprehension is shown by their agreement to the implementation of local wisdom into preventive measures, e.g. suitable land utilization in Samas Coast, indicating that the local communities have invented their own ways to deal with the threats posed by coastal erosion. The capacity level of the people in Srigading and Gadingsari is categorized as low. In Srigading, 25% and 63.89% of its people have respectively high and medium capacity. Meanwhile

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