Looking Thailand in the eyes

May 14, 2010

An anti-government 'red shirt' protester injured during a confrontation with the Thai army at Pratunam, is taken into the police hospital in Bangkok May 14, 2010.    Your View/Seila Montes

The tense standoff in Bangkok continues to produce some memorable photos, including this one by Seila Montes of an injured anti-government “red-shirt” protester. The light captured in the man’s eye gives the photo a focal point and a point of connection with the audience.

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Dear political scientists
A lack of measurement has occurred in the political science. In order to understanding this argument, it is necessary to answer these questions.
1. Data is goods, isn’t it?
2. How does the mechanism of the data market work?
3. Is there the relationship among the stability, the development and the mechanism of the data market?
4. Does the social phenomenon like the recently Thailand crisis involve the mechanism of the data market?
A lack of measurement is the condition that there are some variables and propositions out of the area of measurement. Re-framing is required.
Sincerely,
Re-framer Panpetia

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