Markets, media and magic:Thailand's monarch as a 'virtual diety'
This study documents the growth of the discourse of 'god-king' (devaraja) around Thailand's King Bhumibol and explores how Brahmanical symbolisms of royal absolutism have acquired renewed potency alongside Buddhism as a basis of political legitimation in
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