Charles F. Keyes Field Notes, Thailand: 1962-08 - 1962-11 (August through mid-November 1962), Bangkok.
Keyes, Charles F.
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Charles F. Keyes Field Notes, Thailand, written August through November 1962, primarily in Bangkok, Thailand. This document is preceded by a short document written at Cornell in spring 1962; and is followed by field notes written in Mahasarakham in November and December, 1962. Topics: Notes from a conversation with Bill Klausner; Conversations with people at the American Embassy; Notes from contact with people at the embassy; Notes about cocktail party conversation; Visits to International Institute for Child Study, UNESCO, and Siam Society; Conversation with Bob Kaegi; JoAnne (Mrs. N. Reeve) Hankins; Robert Kaegi; A lesson in economics: "Buy American" and the PX; The Reverend Horace W. Ryburn; On the town (Bangkok); "David" - House Agent; Rank and status in Bangkok, Deference of a taxi-driver; Trip to Korat via Saraburi and Lopburi; Bangkok - Bureaucracy; Khun Noot and John and Nina Girling; Chinese house agent; People; Community development; Professor Prasert Yamklinfung; Phya Anuman; Thôt Kathin (royal ceremony); Personal pronouns in Thai: General Remarks, First Person, Second Person, Third Person, First Person Plural; Social mobility - A case.