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Integrated Social Science Journal : Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Mahidol University
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ISSN (Print) 2350-983X
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  • Editorial Notes

    • Authors: สมศักดิ์ อมรสิริพงศ์
      Pages: 1 - 2
      Abstract: บทบรรณาธิการ วารสารสังคมศาสตร์บูรณาการ ภาควิชาสังคมศาสตร์ คณะสังคมศาสตร์และมนุษยศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยมหิดล ปีที่ 6 ฉบับที่ 1 (มกราคม – มิถุนายน 2562) นี้ ประกอบด้วยบทความวิจัยและบทความวิชาการจำนวน 15 บทความ เนื้อหาของบทความทั้งหมดมีความหลากหลายครอบคลุมองค์ความรู้ของศาสตร์ทางด้านสังคมหลายแขนงทั้งรัฐประศาสนศาสตร์ สังคมศาสตร์สิ่งแวดล้อม อาชญาวิทยา และการศึกษา มีนักศึกษา คณาจารย์ นักวิชาการ ที่เป็นผู้สร้างสรรค์ผลงานทั้งจากภายในและภายนอกหน่วยงาน อาทิ งานวิจัยเกี่ยวกับการศึกษาเรื่อง การพัฒนาเด็กปฐมวัยด้วยสะเต็มศึกษาบูรณาการกับแหล่งทรัพยากรการเรียนรู้ และการมีส่วนร่วมของชุมชน ของจิตตวิสุทธิ์ วิมุตติปัญญา และคณะ ความคาดหวังและความพึงพอใจของนักศึกษาหลักสูตร ปรัชญาดุษฎีบัณฑิต สาขาวิชาพุทธศาสนศึกษา (นานาชาติ) ภาควิชามนุษยศาสตร์ คณะสังคมศาสตร์และมนุษยศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยมหิดล ของวทินา วัชระรังสี และคณะ และบทความด้านการจัดการทรัพยากรมนุษย์ และการจัดการองค์การ อย่างเรื่องสมรรถนะหลักของข้าราชการกรมเจ้าท่า ของว...
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • Full Issue

    • Authors: Department of Social Sciences Mahidol University
      Pages: 1 - 382
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • The Development of early childhood with STEM education integrated with
           learning resources and community participation

    • Authors: จิตตวิสุทธิ์ วิมุตติปัญญา
      Pages: 3 - 23
      Abstract: The purpose of this research were to study of early childhood learning development and the results of STEM education integrated with learning resources and community participation were implemented with early childhood 25 students in Thonburi Bangkok. The tools for measurement consisted of cognitive Process and behavior. Analysis of the data using percentage, mean, standard deviation, content analysis and t-test dependent. Finding showed   that the important were teachers parents and caregivers to supported and enhance knowledge each must recognize and appreciated the value of integrated with STEM education and created learning experiences through play for children. The results of the study were as created an experience through meaningful learned and played were activities provided the community with a role to express and to learned to developed early childhood in the community which brought the wisdom natural materials into play. Make children interested an active in activity. It is free to invented, play and learn from the basics of observation and were students available linked knowledge into creative products and they developed complex inventions and satisfied with their work can tell classification of species, size, color, shape, skin, similarity and difference and use in daily life. Created awareness in learning. Communicated and collaborated with friends well, have a share, help and store equipment. Created discipline for themselves and others were that a learning development were higher.
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • An efficiency of the Customer Service in the Car insurance Business

    • Authors: ชนะกานต์ แพน้อย, นิวรัตน์ วิจิตรกุลสวัสดิ์, ฐนันดร์ศักดิ์ บวรนันทกุล
      Pages: 24 - 47
      Abstract: The objective of This study was to investigate the efficiency of customer service delineate the factors related with such service in the car insurance business including exploring problems and obstacles. Three hundreds and seventy three customers who had complained within car insurance business. Questionnaire was the tool for data collecting. Data was analysis through T-test and F-test statistical approach.           The research results had revealed as follow,
      Most of the respondent was female age between 41-50 years, marriage, bachelor degree and income between 30,001-35,000 baht per month.
      As of the efficiency of service it was found that efficiency in service was at the moderate level in all aspects. The customer had been treated equally and fastly in insurance services. As while the problems and obstacles were the potentials and custom communication of the employee in insurance company.
      Within the independent factors, the personnel factors was the customer’s income Recommendation for this study are to setup the process the service approach, train continuingly on customer service and communication, improve the customer’s complaint and make the strategic plan for service.
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • The ways of human resource development (academic) in Nakhon Pathom
           Rajahbat University

    • Authors: ธิดารัตน์ สืบญาติ
      Pages: 48 - 77
      Abstract: These objectives of research were: 1) to study the process of human resource development (academic) in Nakhon Pathom Rajahbat University 2) to study the guideline of  human resource administration development (academic) in Nakhon Pathom Rajahbat University. This research was qualitative research by in-depth interview 28 people and focus group discussion 10 people. This finding of the study was clearly mechanism in comprehensive needing of lecturers for proposing academic position. Moreover, turnover of the staffs was found that the university has the processing for training regularly and developing the staffs properly. The turnover of the staffs had evaluated in equality with the staff of university and welfares for staffs. In the welfares of the staffs got properly in rule of the university. The rules of university were slightly different in welfares. It was depended upon the administrators of university. It was standard of welfares in university. However, the problems of human resource management must be learnt with present situation.
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • Factors Influencing Voluntary Behaviors: Case Study of Thai Holistic
           Health Foundation

    • Authors: วรรณรินทร์ วุฒิพรหม, จุฬารัตน์ วัฒนะ, ชูศักดิ์ เอื้องโชคชัย
      Pages: 78 - 99
      Abstract: This research was aimed to examine (1) the level of the factors related to the voluntary behaviors of the volunteers in the Thai Holistic Health Foundation (THHF volunteers), (2) the level of the voluntary behaviors of the THHF volunteers, and (3) the relationships among the factors related to the voluntary behaviors of the THHF volunteers. The study sample consisted of 78 volunteers selected through accidental sampling out of the overall population of volunteers in the Project of “Developing the Quality of Children’s Life for Children in the Assistance Home by Voluntary Power.” The instrument of data collection was a questionnaire about the factors related to the voluntary behaviors. The results revealed that (1) both personal and social factors related to the voluntary behaviors of THHF volunteers were at the high level; (2) the voluntary behaviors of THHF volunteers were at the high level; (3) the relationships between the personal factors and the voluntary behaviors were as follows: the self-directed learning correlated positively and significantly (p<.01) with the voluntary behaviors at the moderate level; the voluntary motivation correlated positively and significantly (p<.01) with the voluntary behaviors at the moderate level. The social factors including networks, family supports and volunteer models correlated positively and significantly (p<.05) with the voluntary behaviors at the moderate level. Through the stepwise multiple regression analysis, it was revealed that self-directed learning and voluntary networks could mutually predict volunteer spirit behaviors of the THHF volunteers as much as 34.7 percent.
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • Decentralization and Innovation of Educational Management Relating to Thai
           Local Government

    • Authors: Suparat Sukwisuth, Chakrit Noranitipadungkarn
      Pages: 100 - 115
      Abstract: In the 85 years since the revolution that transformed the country into a democracy, progress in educational ecentralization has been made but it has been rather slow due to the central authorities’ fear that local agencies do not have the capability to realize the changeover. This situation, however, is gradually changing. Some local authorities have lately shown their talents in strengthening their capacity to educate their people. The objectives of this research were: (1) to study the evolution of Thai decentralization in educational administration policy from the central government to local governments; (2) to study how the local government shows their capacity to manage the education as they are given the opportunity to do so, and, finally; (3) To identity innovation in education administration that local governments have shown so far. This can be considered proof that, if given the opportunity. Local governments can successfully implement central government-initiated educational decentralization policy. The research methodology includes document reviews, interviews with well-known scholars of government education, authorities and administrators. Lastly, it uses a questionnaire for local administrators and school headmasters throughout the country.                               This study found that,           First, the evolution of Thai educational decentralization. There are three different phrases in the decentralization of education from central government to local government. First, after the regime change to the Kingdom of Thailand from 1932 until 1997. This time was the beginnings of Thai democracy. It has been very slow because of problems with unity and national security. Second, during the constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand from 1997 to 2007. This second time saw the blooming of Thai democracy under pressure from the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand. Third was under the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand from 2007 - 2017.This period has seen the achievement of some real results, with development resulting from recognition of the importance of decentralization. Second, The readiness and capacity of Thai local government to respond to educational decentralization. the highest mean value of process management is for planning (4.31), followed by leading (4.29), organizing (4.23), evaluation (4.18), creativity (4.15), and educational management (3.98). All of them, however, are interpreted as being in the “Strongly Agree”. The current resource management opinions of Thai local government toward readiness and capacity to respond to educational decentralization the highest mean value for resource management is for materials (4.25), followed by human resources (4.20), information technology (4.01) and finance and budgeting (3.80) all are in the “Strongly Agree”. Finally, The innovations in educational decentralization by Thai local governments The results of this study show that educational innovation has happened in local government in two major ways. There is innovation in local management, including participation and progressive vision of local governors and local school administrators, and innovation in local education.            In the fact, local governments have the potential for local educational innovation. They should be allowed the opportunity for a positive attitude in local educational management. Furthermore, educational decentralization has usefully developed not only local communities, but also has strengthened national development as well. This is because if people in local communities receive good educational opportunities and a standard quality of education, equity in education services can increase human resources development, bringing more sustainable development
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • A Hypothetical Learning Progression for Haze Air Pollution in the Northern
           Region of Thailand

    • Authors: ลือชา ลดาชาติ, มนัส ภูทวี, ลฎาภา ลดาชาติ
      Pages: 116 - 150
      Abstract: This research aimed at investigating secondary students’ understandings of haze air pollution in the northern region of Thailand as well as develop a hypothetical learning progression for this topic. Fifty seven secondary students in grade 7 and grade 10 completed a questionnaire, which consists of 6 open-ended questions about definitions, causes, processes, impacts, and solutions of haze air pollution. Their responses were interpreted and analysized using an inductive method in order to compare and develop an increasingly sophisticated sequence of those understandings. The results revealed 4 ways of understanding haze air pollution, which are helpful to systematically design curriculum and instruction in this topic.     
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • Satisfaction of personnels in all divisions under The Office of the
           President of Kasetsart University toward the organizational working
           climate

    • Authors: สวรรค์ชิด สุภาพวงษ์สกุล
      Pages: 151 - 187
      Abstract: The objective of this study was to find out the personnel’s satisfaction   in all divisions under the Office of the President of Kasetsart University(KU) toward the organizational working climate by collecting data from the personnel between May  and June, B.E. 2560 in total 14 divisions including 8 divisions inside and 6 divisions outside the 50-year Information Building. This study’s questionnaire of Likert’s 5-level rating scale was developed following the Herzberg’s two-factor theory and the theory of organizational climate.  The data were analyzed in terms of percentage, arithmetic means and frequency. There were 903 respondents from the total of 1,099 persons, representing 82.17% and the study revealed that the overall personnel’s satisfaction in all of the divisions under the Office was at the high level ( =3.45 ). When it was considered aspect by aspect, the aspect of colleague support and contribution to promote the organizational working climate had the highest average       ( =3.67) whereas the aspect of having places to rest and appropriate landscapes in the workplaces according to the area conditions had the lowest average ( = 3.08). When it was considered division by division, the personnel’s satisfaction of the KU Infirmary Division had the highest average ( = 4.10) whereas the Personnel Division had the lowest average ( = 2.81). When it was considered the division locations inside the 50-year Information Building, the aspect of colleague support and contribution to promote the organization work climate had the highest average ( =3.71) whereas the aspect of having places to rest and appropriate landscapes in the workplaces according to the area conditions had the lowest average ( = 2.81). When it was considered the division locations outside the 50-year Information Building, the aspect of lighting in the office adequate for the operation had the highest average ( =3.74) whereas the aspect of quality food sold near the workplaces had the lowest average ( = 3.35).   Due to the results of the lowest averages in some aspects as mentioned above, the study recommended that there should be some places to rest; the landscapes near the workplaces should be appropriately improved according to the area conditions; food center with quality near the workplaces should be more provided and the toilets should be always kept clean. As for further study, the personnel’s needs in these divisions under the Office of the President should be investigated in order to obtain results for further improvement and development according to the personnel’s needs for the maximum benefit.
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • Application of Transfer of Development Rights as a Measure for Bangkok
           Comprehensive Plan

    • Authors: ภูษิต ภูมิสุทธิกุล, สุวัฒนา ธาดานิติ, เลิศวิทย์ รังสิรักษ์
      Pages: 188 - 206
      Abstract: Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has continued to apply the 4th Bangkok comprehensive plan is constantly change about physical, environmental and policies. Bangkok Metropolitan Administration must have knowledge, techniques, and measures to support Bangkok comprehensive plan to reach the objectives. Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) are another measure that should be promoted in practice in various cases, namely the transfer of development rights for Thai cultural conservation area, transfer of development rights for rural and agricultural conservation area, transfer of development rights for environmental preservation areas and transfer of development rights within the same land use area to the designated area. This article examines the current state of the transfer of development rights in abroad and Thailand. And the land use are relate the transfer of development rights to urban planning.
      It leads to recommendations on how to apply the transfer of development rights to use as a measure for Bangkok Comprehensive Plan. The researcher studied the theory,
      the related research and in-depth interviews with government officials in the in the City Planning Department. Bangkok Metropolitan Administration. The results of this study were : The transfer of development rights is intended to preserve buildings or historical site and archaeological, for rural and agricultural conservation area, Including preserving the natural environment. And the area has the high potential of development. It should define “Sending Area” and ”Receiving Area” for land use according to Bangkok Comprehensive Plan.
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • Application Development through Needed Characteristics for Applied Program
           Content to Support Organizational Communication of a Sugar Industry Group
           in Bangkok

    • Authors: ศศวรรณ กลีบบรรจง, วุฒิชัย อารักษ์โพชฌงค์
      Pages: 207 - 238
      Abstract: The purpose of this research were 1) to study needed characteristics for applied program content to support organizational communication 2) to assess operating conditions and expectations through needed characteristics for applied program content to support organizational communication 3) to study application development for the purpose through needed characteristics for applied program content to support organizational communication of a sugar industry group in Bangkok. This mixed research includes qualitative and quantitative methods. Data collected by interviewing 8 of key informants and collecting constructed questionnaire from 91 of samplings including board of directors and workers of a sugar industry group in Bangkok. The result of purpose 1 found that needed characteristics for applied program content to support organizational communication include 8 topics which are 1) Management 2) Sales and Marketing 3) Products 4) Purchasing 5) Electronic Information System 6) Human Resources 7) Buildings and Maintenance 8) Other. The result of purpose 2 found that the operational conditions were at a fair level overall  and expectations were at high level overall . It can be used to sort the order of priority need index (PNI). The research found that the organization prioritizes other topics (0.28), Management (0.25), Purchasing (0.22), Sales and Marketing (0.21), Products (0.21), Electronic Information System (0.19), Buildings and Maintenance (0.19) and Human Resources (0.17), accordingly. The result of purpose 3 found that the organization should specify the communication policy to consist with the problem, planning and dedicating a group of personnel or a department for monitoring and supervising the implementation and development. Also, providing training to all levels of personnel, leading to action in order to sustainably and effectively solve problems and develop the communication of the organization.
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • Site Plan Facility Improvement Guideline to Support Sustainable Tourism of
           Erawan National Park’s Service Zone, Kanchanaburi Province

    • Authors: ธนานพ เอื้ออารี, สุวัฒนา ธาดานิติ
      Pages: 239 - 256
      Abstract: The purposes of this study were : 1) to study, survey, analysis problems, and Site potential. 2) to study land use analysis and The needs facilities of Erawan National Park’s service zone. 3) summary of the amount of facilities. needed in Erawan National Park based on site conditions and sustainable tourism criteria. 4) to study site plan facility improvement guideline to support sustainable tourism of Erawan National Park’s service zone, Kanchanaburi Province. The researchers choose Quantitative research, Exploratory research, Non-Participant observation, Non – Structured interview, and satellite imagery analysis. The research found that :             1) Erawan National Park should improvement the site plan of the development of local facilities. This is consistent with the site and sustainable tourism goals.             2) Site Plan Improvement can be divided into 6 zone, 1.Service zone 2.Staff Zone 3.Camp Zone 4.Maintenance Zone 5.Recreation Zone 6.Natural Zone             3) Suggestion, Types and amount of facilities required in Site. The main use of Carrying Capacity and Universal Design.
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • A Comparative Study of Public Finance : Cases Study of Thailand, the
           United State of America, United Kingdom, Singapore and Korea

    • Authors: สมบูรณ์ ศิริสรรหิรัญ, นิศาชล ฉัตรทอง, ติณณภพ พัฒนะ, ณิชกานต์ บรรพต, คณิศร เทียนทอง
      Pages: 257 - 299
      Abstract:             Public Finance is a part of the government’s finances which thoroughly occupied and managed by the government. Besides, it is also related to the public monetary activities, which is an important institutional unit of the social system and it has inevitably been affected on citizen’ s lives in the country and has also played the key roles of public economy. The objective of this academic article is to compare the public finances of five countries including; Thailand, the United State of America, the United Kingdom, Singapore and the Republic of Korea.            The main reason is that these countries are the world’s superpower, economic of various regions which all affected economic model, public finance and administration as well as have been interesting in economic development and backgrounds. For example, in case of major economic crisis, whether there’ re crisis of Tom Yum Kung, Hamburger Crisis with starting point from Thailand and the United States. Economic Development of the Republic of Singapore and Republic of Korea which leap forward or even the separation from the European Union of the United Kingdom. All of them are the countries that have supreme case study of the public finance system with important areas related to contents considered in six issues, defined in terms of them which are composed of government reverence, public expenditure, public debt, government budget, fiscal policy and monetary policy.  
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • Influence of Work Motivation on Organizational Engagement of Supportive
           Staff of Mahidol University

    • Authors: อภิสิทธิ์ คุณวรปัญญา, คำรณ โชธนะโชติ
      Pages: 300 - 333
      Abstract:              This research is aimed (1) to study the work motivation and organizational engagement among the supportive staff of Mahidol University, (2) to compare the organizational engagement among the supportive staff of Mahidol University differentiated by personal factors, (3) to study the relationship between the work motivation and organizational engagement, and (4) to study the work motivation factors toward the organizational engagement among the supportive staff of Mahidol University. The sample in this study included 362 supportive staff of Mahidol University, Taro Yamane was used to calculate a sample size (α = 0.05), stratified random sampling method was also applied.  The structured questionnaires with the reliability of 0.96% were designed to collect data. Statistics for data analysis included frequency, percentage, average, standard deviation, t-test, F-test, Pearson’s product-moment correlation, and Stepwise Multiple Regression Analysis (p = 0.05).  The study revealed that:
      Work motivation among the supportive staff of Mahidol University appeared in a high level in general view and also appeared in a high level in individual factors including Motivation factor and Maintainance factor.
      Supporting staff of Mahidol University have an organizational engagement in a high level in general view and also appeared in a high level in individual factors including 1) Affective commitment, 2) Normative commitment and 3) Continuance commitment respectively.
      The difference in gender does not affect the organizational engagement of the staff, but the difference in age, education, work period, and personnel status reported a significant difference in the organizational engagement at p=0.05.
      Work motivation and organizational engagement reported a high positive relationship (r = 0.758) at p=0.05, when considering each aspect, it is found that work motivation is significantly related to every aspect of organizational engagement at p=0.05.
      Work motivation affects organizational engagement and could be used to predict the level of organizational engagement. These factors included: Credit (X14), Job Description (X3), Recognition (X2), Work Conditions (X10), Relationship with Executives (X9), Relationship with Colleagues (X12), Management and Administration (X7), Responsible Tasks (X4), Justice (X13), Career Advancement (X5), and Social Status (X6) respectively, with R = 0.855, and (R2) = 0.730, meaning that the equation is capable of predicting the overall organizational engagement with 72.2% with 0.251 accuracy, and have the raw score prediction constant = 0.762 and the predictive equations are as follows:       Raw Score Predictive Equation               Y/ =    0.762 + 0.224 (X14) + 0.264 (X3) + 0.318 (X2) + 0.092 (X10) + -0.203 (X9) + 0.112 (X12) + 0.158 (X7) + -0.154 (X4) + 0.065 (X13) + -0.116 (X5) + 0.076 (X6)       Standard Score Predictive Equation    Z/   =    0.320 (X14) + 0.321 (X3) + 0.397 (X2) + 0.128 (X10) + -0.284 (X9) + 0.129 (X12) + 0.193 (X7) + -0.123 (X4) + 0.112 (X13) + -0.146 (X5) + 0.082 (X6)
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • Expectation and Satisfaction of Students in the Doctor of Philosophy
           Programme in Buddhist Studies (International), Department of Humanities,
           Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Mahidol University

    • Authors: วทินา วัชระรังษี, ประชุมพร คล้ายถม
      Pages: 334 - 357
      Abstract: This R2R study's objectives are (1) to study expectation of students in the Doctor of Philosophy Programme in Buddhist Studies (International); (2) to study satisfaction of students in the Doctor of Philosophy Programme in Buddhist Studies (International); and (3) to compare expectation and satisfaction of students in the Doctor of Philosophy Programme in Buddhist Studies (International). In this survey research, questionnaires were used to collect data from current thirteen students in the Doctor of Philosophy Programme in Buddhist Studies (International). The data were analyzed using frequency, average and standard deviation. Findings showed that the students' expectation regarding instruction, instructors, extracurricular activities and services and facilities were in the high level with averages of 4.21, 4.03, 3.97 and 3.77 consecutively. The students' satisfaction regarding instruction, instructors, extracurricular activities and services and facilities were in the high level with averages of 4.38, 4.25, 4.24 and 4.11 consecutively. A comparison showed that the satisfaction levels are higher than the expectation levels in all aspects.
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • An Approach to Promoting Civil Society Participation in Juvenile Care in
           Orphanages

    • Authors: นิรันทร์ ภิรมย์ลาภา, อนันต์ ธรรมชาลัย, สานิต ศิริวิศิษฐ์กุล
      Pages: 368 - 392
      Abstract:                  This study was conducted by the researcher with the objective to: 1) study the conditions and problems in promoting the participation of civil society in child care, 2) study the factors in place for the management and the participation of civil society that affects child care, and 3) offer guidelines to promote the participation of civil society in child care in orphanages. Research has been done using mixed-method research that merges the qualitative and quantitative approach using the methods of, 1) in-depth interviews of government executives within both political parties, department officials, and civil society leaders at high levels. Interviews were conducted on how the operation of civil society can guide countries, as well as drawing comparisons to other countries, 2) brainstorming with the Executive Department within the orphanages and the civil society, and 3) obtaining data from a group of individuals and analyzing with descriptive statistics (Descriptive Statistics) and the statistical reference (Inferential Statistics).                  The result of this research has found that the existing approach and laws are not conducive to giving civil society input into juvenile care in the orphanage; so the numbers within civil society choosing to become foster families are too few compared to the number of juveniles in need from the orphanages, and also obstructs civil society from volunteering, counselling or other roles that contribute to supporting juveniles within orphanages to have a better quality of life. Some abandoned juveniles in the orphanage's care have mental and physical problems caused from their own behavior and the lack of quality staff.  The result of this research shows that the level of support for the management structure in the orphanages and civil society’s participation in juvenile care in the orphanage overall was medium. In the meantime, the support for juvenile care in the orphanage overall was found at a high level.             In conclusion, the guidelines for a new course in promoting the participation of civil society in juvenile care in orphanages should correspond with the approach laid out by the United Nations regarding juvenile rights and foster family programs. It contains protective measures against dysfunctional families and child abandonment by creating or modifying laws and legislation, and assigns the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Public Health, including the Ministry of Education to watch over this area for the betterment of all juveniles in orphanage care.
      PubDate: 2019-06-06
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2019)
       
 
 
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