「チャクリー改革」論序説(1)
The "Chakri Reformation" of Siam (1):

Toru Yano
1992 Tonan ajia kenkyu  
This is the 血 st in a series of ar廿des titied ' " The Chakri Refomlation ' of Siam . " The aim of the series is to analyze the jnherent logic of the pOlitica [modernization of Siam , whjch was initiated and pursued under the royal leadership of the Chakri dynasty血 response to Western impact from the mid − n 血 eteenth century . Th三 s 丘rst article a動 ms to c囲 y the cruci l role played by King Rama 脚 , who was ent oned in 1851 and , by his decision to enter 血 to Bowring Treaty with the Great
more » ... ith the Great Britain in 1855 , 0pened up Siarn fbr a new era of modernization . The point of argument here is that Rama IV did not so much conUibute to the modemlzation of Sjamese society , as is ofし en said , but rather tended to meet the threat of Westerri impact by applying traditional patterns of royal 】 eadership and elements of his own cUlture . Therefore , under Rama IV , a systematic framework of pohdes fer mOdernization was hardly f6mled . The primary sources here employed are the roya 】decrees , proclamations and the 血 ke issued by K血gRama IV during his reign ( 1851 − 1868) , which are all collected in Pra 'hum kothaai prtzcham − sok ( coUection of Siamese Laws on an annual basis ) , King Rama IV promulgated a total of 3721egal documents , mostly royal decrees , This article seeks to ve 的 the king ' s essentially conservative orientation through extensive analys 重 s of a皿 the 372 decrees .
doi:10.20495/tak.30.1_3 fatcat:ibw63amdsfddtj4mcscd6otnhe