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Population estimates, population of Ban Bunyuen.

Population estimates, population of Ban Bunyuen.

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The Mla Bri of northern Thailand are a small group of hunter-gatherers who settled into settlements in the late twentieth century. One of the four places they settled was Ban Bunyuen. In 2013, a demographic survey of the settlement was undertaken. This was combined with mortality data from the last 15 years to describe the changing demgraphics, and...

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... in Ban Bunyuen, 1990s-present a village in the general area where the Longs had recently moved. Population pressure in their previous home in Khun Sathan 2 in Nan Province had led the Hmong to settle just north of the Thai village of Ban Huai Oi in the early 1980s. Competition for land there resulted in their establishing swiddens approximately 5.5 kilometers southeast of Ban Huai Oi. But, access to their new village north of Ban Huai Oi was difficult, and, was a long distance from their swiddens. Hence, the establishment of the "new" Ban Huai Hom in its current location, using the same village name that it had when ...
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... Plausibly, it would reflect a higher fertility rate, though as described below, this is not the case. However, given the larger number of females entering the fertile years of fifteen to forty-four years after 2013, growth can be expected to continue into the future, if the Mla Bri women continue to have children at the same rate, and all else is held constant (see Table 1 and Table 2). ...

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