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Chāobān chūan khit : phāp nimit kānphatthanā = Reflection and vision of development / Sērī Phongphit
ชาวบ้านชวนคิด : ภาพนิมิตการพัฒนา = Reflection and vision of development / เสรี พ่วงพิศ
Bib ID 3598985
Format BookBook
Author
Sērī Phongphit
เสรี พ่วงพิศ
 
Edition Phim khrang rǣk. 
พิมพ์ครั้งแรก. 
Description Krung Thēp : Phalang Panyā, 2548 [2005] 
กรุงเทพฯ : พลังปัญญา, 2548 
194 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9749365119
Series

Thai collection social sciences

Notes

In Thai.

Subjects Community development -- Thailand.
Also Titled

Reflection and vision of development

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