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The role of the arts in developing countries: Thailand, a case study

Mary Connelly Mabry and Bevars D. Mabry
Ekistics
Vol. 48, No. 288, THE ARTS AND HUMAN SETTLEMENTS (May/June 1981), pp. 247-250
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43620542
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Topics: Thai art, Art education, Artisans, Southeast Asian culture, Pop art, Modern art, Aesthetics, Design, Beauty, Arts
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