Voices and Votes Amid Violence: Power and Electoral Accountability in Thailand's Deep South
Given the complex political context of Thailand's Deep South, this thesis asks how and why the people in Yala, Pattani, and Narathiwat voted as they did. From my interviews with villagers in the Deep South and observations of the region's political culture, I argue that the majority of voters in make rational calculations to gain the most from their electoral choices. Villagers base their voting decisions on such considerations as their organizational affiliations, which political candidate...[Show more]
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