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Bodhi Research Journal, Volume 1, 2010.A Journal on Holistic Sustainable Development.Bodhi Vijjalaya, Srinakharinwirot University

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  • Bodhi Research Journal

    Contents

    Pages

    7

    Editorial 11

    17

    Education Reform based on the Strategy of 1One University, One ProvincePraves Vasee

    1

    Crisis-free State through Sufficiency Economy 9 Wiroon Tungcharoen

    59

    University and Alternative Education 71 Amnard Yensabye

    81 Concept of Dhamma Realm Development at Bodhi Vijjalaya

    Kawee Worakawin

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    89

    Sufficiency Economy in Global View

    Pipat Yodprudtikan

    101

    Education for HumanityDusadee Sitalavarang

    : 111

    Alternative Education : Bun-Niyom (Meritism) Education

    of Asoke Community

    Kanoksak Kaewthep

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    Cultivating Humanity in Educational Institutions - The Tzu Chi Approach

    Suwida Sangsehanat

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    Review Articles

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    Book Reviews

    17Authors Profile

    177Instruction to Authors

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    Bodhi Research Journal: A Journal on Holistic Sustainable Development

    This journal provides an academic space for sharing your thinking,original and innovative research, fi ndings and practices of all sciences related

    tosustainableandcommunitydevelopment.Italsoaimstostimulateresearchandworksinsustainabledevelopmentwithrightknowledgeandethicsineveryaspectandateverylevel,particularlyinthestrategies,theoriesandpracticesofalternativedevelopment,andintheempowermentanddevelopmentofself-relianceandautonomyofcommunitiesandsocieties.Thejournalispublishedonceayear,inSeptember.ThepublicationofBodhiResearchJournalissponsoredbySrinakharinwirotUniversity.

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    Advisory Board1. Wiroon Tungcharoen (Professor Dr.)

    2. Vipavee Anupunpisit (Associate Professor)

    3. Sumalee Leungsakul (Associate Professor)

    4. Amnard Yensabye (Associate Professor)

    5. Kawee Worakawin (Assistant Professor)

    6. Somprathna Wongbunnak (Dr.)

    7. La-aw Ampornpan (Dr.)

    8. Apichai Puntasen (Professor Dr.)

    EditorSuwida Sangsehanat (Dr.)

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    Editorial Board (Internal)

    1. Pipat Nualanant

    2. Sitthidham Rohitasuk

    3. Somsak Hemarak

    4. Prapatsorn Yodsa-nga

    5. Siriwan Wibunma

    6. Sasidhorn Insrithong

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    Editorial Board (External)

    1. Kanoksak Kaewthep (Associate Professor Dr.)

    (Faculty of Economics, Chulalongkorn

    University)

    2. Kanokrat Yossakrai (Dr.)

    (Chandrakasem Rajabhat University)

    3. Pipat Yodprutikarn (Dr.)

    (Thai Pat Institution)

    4. Bong Sue Lian (Dr.)

    (Retired lecturer, Malaysia)

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    Editorial Board Assistants1. Kritsana Sungkrimoke

    2. Nattawan Chalermsuk

    3. Teewara Suwannasak

    4. Chackrawudha Niyomdecha

    5. Sornanan Charoenthitakon

    6. Varunee Asavabhokin

    7. Onuma Rungreangwanitkun

    8. Neatchisa Pornprasertrat

    9. Sang Commanang

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    Publish by: College of Bodhi Vijjalaya, Srinakharinwirot University,

    114 Sukhumvit 23 (Soi Prasanmitra), Bangkok 10110, Thailand

    Tel/Fax: (66)22602141 E-mail: suwida@swu.ac.th, suwida.ss@gmail.com

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  • Bodhi Research Journal

    Contents

    Pages

    7

    Editorial 11

    17

    Education Reform based on the Strategy of 1One University, One ProvincePraves Vasee

    1

    Crisis-free State through Sufficiency Economy 9 Wiroon Tungcharoen

    59

    University and Alternative Education 71 Amnard Yensabye

    81 Concept of Dhamma Realm Development at Bodhi Vijjalaya

    Kawee Worakawin

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    89

    Sufficiency Economy in Global View

    Pipat Yodprudtikan

    101

    Education for HumanityDusadee Sitalavarang

    : 111

    Alternative Education : Bun-Niyom (Meritism) Education

    of Asoke Community

    Kanoksak Kaewthep

    1

    Cultivating Humanity in Educational Institutions - The Tzu Chi Approach

    Suwida Sangsehanat

    -

    Review Articles

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    Book Reviews

    17Authors Profile

    177Instruction to Authors

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    Editorial Bodhi Research Journal is a journal that focuses on holistic sustainable

    development. It provides an academic space for sharing the latest knowledge

    and thinking on all sciences and practices of sustainable alternative development

    among academicians, scientists, experts and field practitioners of alternative

    development. The journal serves as a forum for discussion and advancing

    development on creating a society that is at peace and harmony with itself,

    with the environment and all living beings within it. The journal focuses on four

    essential aspects of sustainable development which will be the main themes of

    the first four issues of the journal. These four aspects are:

    1. Education - The inaugural issue of the Journal published in September,

    2010 carries this theme on education, Bodhi seed in Thai Education

    System - Returning to the Philosophy and Primary Objectives of

    Education for Sustainable Development

    2. Creative Arts and Culture - A theme on creative arts and culture will

    be carried in the second issue of the Journal.

    3. Way of Life and Nature - The third issue of the Journal will feature

    way of life and nature as its main theme.

    4. Religions, Spirituality, Beliefs and Philosophy - The fourth issue of the

    Journal will feature the theme on religions, beliefs and philosophy.

    1. Education - This aspect addresses the issue of how to create new

    generations of youths who are ethically upright, who will form an ethically

    conscious workforce that drives sustainable development. They will be able

    to resist the profiteering type of capitalistic exploitation of resources. They

    will be capable of building a self-reliant community and country to meet

    the challenges and protect from the devastating effect of globalization.

    This is the main theme of the inaugural issue of the Journal published in

    the month of September B.E. 2553, Bodhi seed in Thai Education System

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    - Returning to the Philosophy and Primary Objectives of Education for

    Sustainable Development. Thanks to Professor Dr. Praves Vasee who kindly

    contributed an article that he extracted from his special lecture given

    at the academic seminar on education science reform. In this article

    on education reform, he revealed the vision of One University, One

    Province.

    Professor Dr. Wiroon Tungcharoen, the Rector of Srinakharinwirot University,

    contributed the article on Crisis-free State through Sufficiency Economy.

    He highlighted the background and aspiration of the inception of College

    of Bodhi Vijjalaya, and the need for transforming Thai education for the

    advancement of humanity and crisis-free growth based on the philosophy

    of Sufficiency Economy.

    University and Alternative Education, an article contributed by Associate

    Professor Amnard Yensabye, Vice-Rector of the Learning Network of

    Srinakharinwirot University, provided another aspect of a fresh vision on

    alternative education in correct training of the graduates who will be

    equipped with entrepreneurial skills and knowledge for developing rural

    areas or their own community without the need to compete for a place

    in the conventional labor market.

    In this inaugural issue, you will find more articles of current works on

    producing intellectual seeds (graduates) in a number of education

    institutions, both local and abroad. These include the education focusing on

    Buddhist precepts and field project assignments of Srisa Asoke Community

    in Srisaket Province; the education for advancement of humanity at Gong

    Grai-lart Witthaya School in Sukhothai Province; and the education for

    cultivating ethical conduct at Tzu Chi educational institutes in Chinese

    Taipei.

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    2. Creative Arts and Culture - Traditional arts and culture of local community

    may be considered old-fashioned, not scientific or non-academic, or not

    trendy by some. Some critics are of the opinion that working in arts and

    culture does not contribute to development. However, arts and culture of

    local community express the creativity and local knowledge and skills of

    the local people. They reflect on the peoples respect for truth, goodness

    and beauty of humankind, a part of nature. Arts and culture are both