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  • Factors affecting the learning outcome of the elderly

    • Authors: Abdulkhaliq Arrahimee, Kasetchai Laeheem, Wanpichit Srisuk
      Pages: 10 - 29
      Abstract: This article is documentary research. The objective of this study is to analyze the synthesis of concepts, theories, and research on factors that affect the learning of the elderly. The study found that the factors affecting the learning achievement of the elderly were 5 aspects: learner, family, and educational personnel. Society and environment and media equipment/technology in learning Recommendations: Continuous monitoring and study of educational achievement will be a factor that will help the design of education management for the elderly to keep up with the changing of the era.
      PubDate: 2022-12-28
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 2 (2022)
  • Physical, mental, and social impacts on children with mobile phone

    • Authors: Natsarin Saesa, Nureelah Doloh
      Pages: 30 - 56
      Abstract: This study applies a mixed methods approach by collecting quantitative data. Its objective is to address the physical, mental, and social impacts on children who are addicted to mobile phones. The sample group includes 30 children aged 11 and 12 years who live in Moo 8, Ai Satia Village, Bukit Sub-district, Cho Airong District, Narathiwat Province. Data was collected through field visits, surveys on problems and mobile phone addiction behavior, and interviews. Quantitative data were analyzed using mean and percentage, and qualitative data using content. es. 73 percent spent 1-2 hours on the phone, 23 percent 3-4 hours, and four percent more than six hours. 86.7 percent used their mobile phone to watch YouTube videos and play games. In terms of physical impacts, 35 percent were found to have skipped meals and showers, 17 percent suffered a headache, 13 percent had back pain, and nine percent had fatigue as well as eyesight problems. As for mental effects, 43 percent became temperamental and impulsive, and 21 percent aggressive. Social effects include 90 percent being non-sociable, 7 percent being irresponsible, and 3 percent being unconfident. Results show several impacts of mobile phone addiction which cannot be overlooked. These physical, mental, and social effects can potentially lead to many other problems such as domestic violence, developmental issues, slowed learning capabilities, mental disorders, and so on. It is extremely necessary to prevent these problems with the help of family, school, and community which are closest and most understanding for the children. By working together, they will be able to contain the impacts of mobile phone addiction on children and teach them to use their devices in more creative ways.
      PubDate: 2022-12-29
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 2 (2022)
  • A Study of Origin and Roles of Khanom Thien in Annual Rituals of
           Thai-Chinese People in the area of Muang district, Pattani province

    • Authors: Sirinapa Boonpongsri, Chatuwit Keawsuwan
      Pages: 58 - 90
      Abstract: The research aimed 1) to study the history of Khanom Thien in Muang Pattani district, Pattani province, and 2) to study of roles and meanings of Khanom Thien in the annual rituals of Thai-Chinese people in Muang Pattani district, Pattani province. Gathering through documents, interviews, and participant Observation. Khanom Thien originated from some Chinese desserts such as Sticky bean bags, Bean buns and Banana leaves glutinous rice cake. Which has raw materials and cooking methods similar to Khanom Thien, but Chinese immigrants in Thailand applied to raw materials and cooking methods of local Thai people. Therefore, Khanom Thien is a culture object blending of Thai and Chinese cultural. The annual festivals which Khanom Tian is associated with offerings to goddesses and ancestors include 4 festivals namely 1) Chinese New Year 2) Qingming 3) Chinese Sart and 4) the tenth Lunar Month (Sat Duan Sip). Beliefs related to Khanom Thien of Thai - Chinese people and local Thai people are consistent. It is believed that Khanom Thien represents auspiciousness. Both raw materials convey the tenacity of the offspring. It's shaped like a pagoda or a name that looks like a bright candle. The descendants who pay homage to their ancestors with Khanom
      Thien will receive good things in response.
      PubDate: 2022-12-29
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 2 (2022)
  • A comparative study of patani malay and thai kinship terms

    • Authors: Nakawat Sareh
      Pages: 92 - 117
      Abstract: This paper is a comparative study of kinship terms in Patani Malay and Thai. The purpose of this study is to compare kinship terms in Patani Malay and Thai by using componential analysis. It also aims to point out certain significant characteristics in three southern border provinces and Thai culture as reflected in the meanings and use of kinship terms. The data used in this study was gathered by interviewing native speakers of Patani Malay living in Mueang Pattani District and Thai native speakers. The results of the study revealed that the basic kinship terms both Patani Malay and Thai contain four of the same dimensions of contrast: 1) generation 2) linearity 3) age and 4) gender. The only different dimension of contrast is the parental side, which is only in the basic kinship terms in the Thai language. The basic kinship system in social and cultural aspects reflects a significant characteristic of “seniority” from the dimension of generation and age, especially in the context of Thai society and culture where the senior system has been operating for a long time. For parental side found that Patani Malay and Thai are different. The kinship terms in Thai reflect a significant characteristic of the parental side. But the kinship terms in Patani Malay are not a significant characteristic of the parental side.
      PubDate: 2022-12-29
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 2 (2022)
  • “Illegal Thai migrant labors as Disease carriers”: The Relationship
           between Language and Representation under the Epidemic of Coronavirus
           Disease 2019

    • Authors: ยุทธการ ปัทมโรจน์
      Pages: 118 - 167
      Abstract: This research article aimed to study linguistic devices to present the representation “Disease carriers” of Illegal Thai migrant labors in online news under the Epidemic of Coronavirus Disease 2019. The data used in this research included 88 online news during March, 2020. The result showed that there were 4 linguistic devices to present the representation “Disease carriers” of Illegal Thai migrant labors including (1) lexical selection (2) modality (3) presupposition and (4) intertextuality. These linguistic devices present the representation “Disease carriers” of Illegal Thai migrant labors by using polarization between US and THEM.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 2 (2022)
  • An analysis of prince damrong’s thai text book “beab rein

    • Authors: Passapong Pewporchai
      Pages: 118 - 147
      Abstract: The research entitled "Fast Learning Textbooks composed by H.R.H. Prince Damrong” aims to analyze patterns in reading and writing instruction of the textbooks and to analyze the values of the new fast learning textbooks composed by H.R.H. Prince Damrong. The textbooks used for the analysis are Fast Learning Textbook Volume 1 (beginning level) Fast Learning Textbook Volume 2 (intermediate level), and Fast Learning Textbook Volume 3 (advanced level) complied by the Institute of Thai Language, Department of Academic Affairs, Ministry of Education in the year 1999. The study found that in the textbooks’ Thai language teaching style, they start from familiarize the learners with all 44 consonants and vowels that are easy to pronounce. They then teach students to read aloud one-syllable, two-syllable, and three-syllable words, both with and without meanings. There is an explanation about the leading consonants and diphthongs. Additionally, the textbooks teach word spelling, correct writing, how to read words written with the ai vowel (ใ-). Also, the textbooks train students to recognize different types of words, structures. and various types of sentences, including simple sentences, extended sentences, and compound sentences. The values ​​that appear in the Fast Leaning textbooks can be classified as follows. In Fast Learning Textbook 7 aspects of values are found: the surrounding nature and way of life, friendship for others, generosity, hard work, eagerness for learning, family bond and additional knowledge in addition to the learning content., patriotism, religion, and monarchy
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 2 (2022)
  • Precarious Lives and Hope During a Pandemic Among Women Migrant Workers in
           Chiang Rai

    • Authors: Thikumphorn Singtomast
      Pages: 118 - 151
      Abstract: This article examines women migrant workers’ lives and experiences in Chiang Rai during the COVID-19 pandemic between 2020 and 2021, considering the conditions that shape women migrant workers’ precarious lives and their hope-generating process. According to the study, COVID-19 is not only a critical situation that leads women migrant workers to precariousness, but it becomes an actor who crosses over to work alongside other conditions such as socioeconomic structure, gender, and Thai bureaucracy to construct precarious lives. These conditions always interplay in women migrant workers’ daily lives but may be overlooked or not recognized until they come together to construct a state of being precarious and reveal the problem of its existence. However, women migrant workers have generated an infinite hope to cope with precariousness during a pandemic and create new opportunities to rearrange power relations in border areas, especially with the local disease control agencies. Furthermore, they also succeeded in changing migrant workers’ representation from being cheap labor to becoming an actor who plays an important role in epidemic control and prevention mechanisms in border towns.  
      PubDate: 2022-12-29
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 2 (2022)
  • Kanchanaburi: The Entrepreneur's Approach to Potential Development
           for supporting the high-End Indian Tourists

    • Authors: abdunrohman mukem, Jatuporn Suwansukhum
      Pages: 152 - 195
      Abstract: In order to better understand the potential tourism of Kanchanaburi entrepreneurs and to adapt tourism activities to high-End tourists, this research piece examines the travel behavior of South Asian high-End tourists, particularly Indian tourists. Since May 30, 2021, to March 30, 2022, the study gathered in-depth interviews and fieldwork from 6 experts, tourist entrepreneurs and communities, and tourism government officers. A workshop for this study is being held with 60 participants to survey and share the background knowledge about high-end Indian visitors, experiences, and potential business partners. According to the study, Kanchanaburi has a lot of potential to attract high-end Indian tourists due to its abundance of tourist attractions, but its tourism entrepreneurs are woefully unprepared for them in terms of understanding their travel preferences, eating habits, and other habits. This study offers the following advice to entrepreneurs on how to promote high-end South Asian tourists, particularly Indian ones: 1) To help the business owner understand the unique travel habits of high-end Indian tourists 2) To Potentially Develop Kanchanaburi's Tourist Attractions 3) Focusing on tourism-related activities in accordance with tourism groups and (4) assessing potential entrepreneur development in the tourism sector and (5) creating the channel to relate customers. All of the aforementioned is what draws high-end travelers to Kanchanaburi. If the area can accommodate them, Kanchanaburi business owners stand to gain significantly in the future.
      PubDate: 2022-12-29
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 2 (2022)
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