LEVEL 3: Fieldwork Hua Khaw Daeng
Nit and Mike did fieldwork in a Muslim fishing village in far Southern Thailand from 1995 to 1996, a total of about nine or ten months. The village is called "Hua Khaw Daeng" which means "head of red mountain". I assume that article is now in public domain, so I include a link to it below, and the citation. Offering the article here now could only help sales of the book, and so I assume I cause no harm in offering the article here now.
Polioudakis, Emanuel; and Polioudakis, Nitaya. Resource Management, Social Class, and the State at a Muslim Fishing Village in Southern Thailand. In: Durrenberger, E. Paul; and King, Thomas D. (editors), State and Community in Fisheries Management, Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey, pp. 85-102.