MARC Bibliographic Record

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028 40 $a10109s$bFilms Media Group
028 40 $a10114$bFilms Media Group
035    $a100010114
035    $a(OCoLC)707970318
035    $a(FOD)100010114
040    $aAzPhAEM
245 00 $aThailand :$bking, combat, and Ad Karabao /$cGerman United Distributors.
246 3_ $aKing, combat, and Ad Karabao
260 3_ $aNew York, N.Y. :$b Films Media Group,$c[2007], c1998.
300    $a1 streaming video file (48 min.) :$bsd., col., digital file.
336    $atwo-dimensional moving image$btdi$2rdacontent
337    $acomputer$bc$2rdamedia
337    $avideo$bv$2rdamedia
338    $aonline resource$bcr$2rdacarrier
338    $aother$bvz$2rdacarrier
344    $adigital$2rda
347    $adata file$2rda
490 1_ $aAsia in Transition: Culture, Politics, and Economics
506    $aAccess requires authentication through Films on Demand.
538    $aMode of access: Internet.
538    $aSystem requirements: FOD playback platform.
500    $aEncoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on Feb. 07, 2007.
500    $aFilms on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
505 0_ $aThailand: Free and Independent (2:44) -- Burma: A Ruined Country (2:30) -- Wealthy Border Town and Illegal Drug Trade (3:11) -- Thai Consumers Buy Foreign Goods (4:16) -- Protest Music in Thailand (1:48) -- Thai Boxing: Breaking the Cycle of Poverty (2:15) -- Thai Dried Fish Business on the River Nan (2:06) -- Religious Festival in Thailand (3:42) -- Old Legendary Capital of Thailand (1:27) -- Bangkok: Capital of Thailand (2:36) -- Bangkok's Growing Social Problems (2:34) -- Popularity of Thai Boxing (3:12) -- Bangkok Nightlife (4:30) -- Ruins of a 12th-Century Khmer Shrine (3:18) -- Thai Dissidents Seek a Relaxed Border With Laos (2:54) -- Political Agitation in Thailand (2:55)
520    $aUnlike its neighbors, Thailand has never been colonized or annexed-but keeping it that way has been a stern challenge. This program examines Thailand's political independence, which is based on democratic and generally peaceful rule by a culturally supported monarchy. However, growing dissatisfaction has caused grass-roots dissent, as demonstrated by the lyrics of pop music idol d Karabao, who protests against imported consumer goods, and the agitation of "Ubon Without a Border," a group lobbying for open access with Laos and Cambodia. The powerful yet incongruous influences of Thai boxing and Buddhism are also assessed.
521 2_ $a12 & up.
588    $aTitle from distributor's description.
650 _0 $aComparative government.
650 _0 $aGeopolitics.
650 _0 $aHuman geography$xPolitical aspects.
650 _0 $aPhysical geography$zAsia.
650 _0 $aPolitical geography.
650 _0 $aWorld politics.
651 _0 $aSoutheast Asia.
655 _0 $aEducational films.
655 _0 $aInternet videos.
655 _7 $aVideorecording.$2local
710 2_ $aFilms Media Group, $efilm distributor.
710 2_ $aFilms for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
710 2_ $aGerman United Distributors.
776 08 $iOriginally produced: $dGerman United Distributors, 1998 $z9781421383514
830 _0 $aAsia in transition.
856 40 $zPart of the Films on Demand collection.$uhttp://fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=240117&xtid=10114

MMS IDs

Document ID: 9911188497202121
Network Electronic IDs: 9911188497202121
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