Social Relationship in Thai Floating Market


Social Relationship in Thai Floating Market

Cite this article as: Arunrangsiwed, P. (2020). Social Relationship in Thai Floating Market. Retrieved from https://sw-eden.net/2020/04/08/social-relationship-thai-floating-market

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Since I am the researcher who needs to contribute the floating markets with many good things, but with the COVID-19 crisis situation, I could not do more than what I have done. Finally, I want to say something. I want to reflect what I feel from here to here.

As I told you that hawkers in floating markets were friends with one another, they recommended me to add their friends’ shop, too. It is a kind of word-of-mouth communication, but not marketing. When they found that my project was helpful, they asked me to help their friends. This is such an Utopia. I want to see other society to be like this.

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Once, when I got home, I found that someone stole a craft earth jar in front of my house. Sometimes, the rare plants got stolen, too. I am living in a regular housing with many middle-class family in it. In every social class, people are various, not by race, but by traits. I guess my neighbors stole my stuff over and over again. My neighbor is not that nice to me. They are a family with mother, father, and 2 children with bachelor degrees. One of them liked to make up a story about my family and be the liar to everyone in the same housing.

The relationship between my family and the neighbor is not that good as I saw in floating market community. My neighbor often said bad things about my family to others and they also said bad things of others to us. They may do this because they want to be the most important persons among all people living in this housing. I try not to talk to them. If I try not to talk and not to look at them at all, I hope this help scare them or may prevent them to steal stuff from my house.

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I dream that the relationship between my family and my neighbor would be nice as among the hawkers in floating markets. I think my dream is impossible, but at least I hope that they would not steal my stuff and would not say bad things about my family. They are the liar with that. They often created their own situation about me, my mother, and my dog. They liked to talk around everyone that my dog was the killer or scariest fighting dog which no one should get close to him.

All rights reserved by Proud Arunrangsiwed, 2020

It is important to note that I posted this article in this webpage before I put everything together and submitted to the university. In other words, I owned the copyrights of this article or blog post, and later, I reused this copyrighted material in the research report. Similarly, I wrote an article for a conference in Phayao, and later, I used the article for the research report. That also means, I owned the copyrighted material before reusing it again in the research report.

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