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Buddhist Studies Review     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 11)
Buddhist-Christian Studies     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 6)
Contemporary Buddhism: An Interdisciplinary Journal     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 11)
Dhammadhara Journal of Buddhist Studies     Open Access  
e-Journal of East and Central Asian Religions     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
Journal of Buddhist Studies     Open Access  
Journal of Buddhist Studies Chulalongkorn University     Open Access  
Journal of Dharma Studies     Hybrid Journal  
Journal of Global Buddhism     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
Journal of Graduate Review Nakhon Sawan Buddhist College     Open Access  
Journal of Graduate Studies Review     Open Access  
Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 4)
Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)
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    • Authors: พระมหาสมบุรณ์ วุฑฺฒิกโร รศ.ดร.
      Abstract:   Vol. 15  No. 1  January – April 2019
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
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    • Authors: พระมหาสมบุรณ์ วุฑฺฒิกโร รศ.ดร.
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • A Buddhist Integrated Model of Activities for Strengthening Public Mind of
           the Youth in Bangkok

    • Authors: onsiri - maitong
      Pages: 1 - 16
      Abstract: The research article regarding promoting the performance of Abbot’s leadership efficiency for integrative Buddhism has the research objectives: 1) to study principles for the performance of The Abbot’s leadership in Thai society, 2) to study Buddha Dharma in promoting The Abbot’s leadership with efficiency, and 3) to present The Abbot’s leadership efficiency in Buddha Dharma with methodical order such as study from documentations and interview 12 monks/9 people. The results of the research are The Abbot’s leadership in Buddha Dharma divided into 2 categories as follows: 1) Leadership- Abbot should have compassion to monks, novices and people to lived happily. Have a pity in helping them from unhappiness and pleased to see them happy or success in their lives. Have the mind of justice, neutral, not to settle with bias, never aggravate those who made a mistake, 2) Efficiency in performing duty – Abbot must have devotion in carrying out duty for the happiness of majority by sacrifice themselves with hard work, bravely, enthusiastic, committed, dedication, responsible, carefully aware, consider the strong and weak point to develop and improve the work. When Abbot apply principle of four sublime states of mind and four paths of accomplishment to integrate the promoting of efficiency, then only one can reach the knowledge with morality in performing Sangha’s affairs with more efficient.
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • The Integration of Developing Mind Models of Meditation Lineages in Thai
           Society

    • Authors: Pm Wutthichai Teerapaopong
      Pages: 17 - 26
      Abstract: This dissertation entitled ‘The Intregration of Developing Mind Models of Meditation Lineages in Thai Society’ has three objectives namely; 1) to study the concepts and theories of mind development (2) to analyse the patterns of developments of mind cultivation in different meditation lineages in Thai society, and (3) to integrate the patterns of mind development. This research was based on qualitative research by in-depth interview and participatory observation with practices.                 The results revealed that In the Buddhist Scriptures, the concept of mind development appeared in the Threefold Training Process that described the approaches in the Satipatthana and the Anapanasati Sutta.  In the Visuddhimagga appeared the methods of practice in terms of the forty objects of meditation and the sixteen levels of vipassana - knowledge. The patterns of mind development, taught by the five main lineages with the goal to the complete extinction of defilements, emphasize the intense practices according to the Buddhist Texts. Nowadays, the fundamentals of mind development are improved for the present generation of humans. The integration of the models of mind development reveals that the patterns of mind development should be divided four levels of practice: 1) for beginners; 2) for daily life; 3) for intense practice and; 4) for becoming a teacher.
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • Vinayalankālatikā (Pathāmo Bhāgo): Translation and
           Analytical Study

    • Authors: พระมหาภาณุ ภาณุโก
      Pages: 28 - 38
      Abstract: This is article is a part of dissertation entitled Vinayalankālatikā (Pathāmo Bhāgo): Translation and Analytical Study aiming at analyzing the values of Vinayalankālatikā part I which influences to Sangha education and the advantages of discipline performance. The findings were that the said scripture was composed to expound the commentary on Vinayasangha text written by Ven. Munindaghosa in Myanmar on 2190 B.E. containing the way of content proposal in 3 parts; 1) preamble with Triple Gems salutation, 2) its contents were explained with 5 ways of proposal such as its definition, word usage etc., 3) summary includes Nigama or ending statement telling history of the said scripture. The values of Vinayalankālatikā (Pathāmo Bhāgo) were seen in 3 main aspects; 1) value of explanation the contents of Vinaya or disciplinary code came from Patimokkha and Abhisamācāra in Khandhaka for easier understanding of the right performance, 2) value as being an equipment of Sangha’s discipline study and 3) value of maintenance of discipline codes which provide a lot of benefits for students and Buddhism as whole.
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • Buddhist Psychology for Development of Virtues and Happiness in Thai
           Country Songs

    • Authors: Jumnong Chaimongkol
      Pages: 39 - 46
      Abstract: Objectives of the study aimed to analyze the structure, content, elements and process of country songs based on Buddhist Psychology in terms of principles, methods and goals of Thai country songs; to integrally synthesize the Buddhadhamma and Psychological principles for the development of virtues and happiness in Thai country songs; and to propose the development model of virtues and happiness based on Buddhist Psychology in Thai country songs as a mixed methods research between a qualitative research and quantitative one, using an In-depth interview to collect qualitative data from 17 key informants and questionnaire to collect quantitative data from 440 samples who are students of  King Mongkul Institute of Technology Ladgrabang, using a content analysis to analyze qualitative data and statistics including Frequency, Percentage, Mean and Inferential analysis statistics comprising t-test, F-test and One-way ANOVA to analyze quantitative data, the results of which found that the development model was related to the development principle in the process of the Four Noble Truths in terms of the content of songs. The authors explained the condition of problems or social problems, its causes, cessation of problems and ways out of problems. Composing a song as the process of the Four Noble Truths was the determination of problems covered the realization of reasons of points, ways out and solutions and because Thai country songs were various and flexible in the aspects of content, goal and methods they could have integrally synthesized contents and positive reality in multi-dimension in association with circumstances based on Buddhist Psychology.  
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • The Application of Buddhadhamma Principle for Developing Life Quality of
           Elderly People after Their Retirement

    • Authors: กันยา วงศ์ชัยวัฒน์
      Pages: 47 - 54
      Abstract:  In this article entitled  " The Application of Buddhadhamma Principle for Developing Life Quality of Elderly People after Their Retirement, " an attempt was purposely made to study the Buddhist teachings being applied to develop the quality of life of elderly people after retirement and then thereby propose the guidelines to apply those teachings in elderly people’s ways of daily life. This research employed the qualitative research methodology done through documentaries and in-depth interview of retired elderly people. The research findings were found that the Buddhist teachings applied to develop elderly people in the question are of four types of development, physical, moral mental and intellectual development. By virtue of these teachings, elderly people could become healthy in terms of body and mind and thereby living their life happily and benefiting a society by means of their wisdom. In the application of those virtues, they need to live their life according to four kinds of development as mentioned above; in bodily development, it necessary for them to moderately consume for requisites including exercising regularly where real benefit could be created to their health, in social development, they should not harm any living being, in mental development, they should follow sets of virtue to strengthen their mind there loving kindness could be expressed to other people giving rise to happiness, in development  of wisdom, they should always listen to the Buddhist teachings and having conversation of them where the awareness of what is going on could be made through real wisdom leading to the solution of whatever problem is.
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • The Process of Creating New Values and Meaning of the Role Model in
           Buddhist Way of Life

    • Authors: ภาวิณี ภาพันธ์
      Pages: 55 - 66
      Abstract: The objectives of this study were 1. To study the concepts and theories on new values and meanings in life, 2. To study the history and work of the role models in Buddhist way of life, and 3. To analyze the creation of new values and meanings of role models in Buddhist way of life. The results of the research found that: 1. The value creation process And meaning caused by learning through experience by performing or experiencing on their own In accordance with the theory and practice of developing learning processes for change (Transformative learning) according to Jack Mezirow's concept. Jack Mezirow offered that beliefs, perspectives, frameworks, or assumptions of things of a person can create different feelings, leading them to transform into a meaningful learning process. 2. It was found that the external environment of the role models, although different in age, life experience, education, origin, social influence, religion, but does not mean that Learning and development within each person's mind must be different according to external factors. That is, the learning process can occur at every moment of life and it is all up to the mind as important because the mind is the most important thing in the beginning that will cause the learning process to cause internal change until there is a change caused by the feeling and from the experience of each person's life. 3. The transformation of the underlying person is based on the Dharmic principle, combined with faith or belief, as the starting point of faith with the principle of the beginning of The Noble Eightfold Path, in order to achieve the correct understanding based on the Noble Truth 4.
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • The Form of Lai Thai Prophecy Based on Buddhist Integration

    • Authors: เขมชาติ ปริญญานุสรณ์
      Pages: 67 - 78
      Abstract: The study entitled “The Form of Lai Thai  Prophecy Based on Buddhist Integration”contained 3 objectives; 1) to study the principle of prophecy based on Lai Thai cards, 2) to study of Buddhist teachings concerning the principle of Lai Thai prophecy and 3) the forms of Lai Thai prophecy based on Buddhist integration. It was a qualitative research emphasizing on documentary data. Its findings were that astrology concerns with for predicting life and situations. Lai Thai prophecy was discovered firstly in Thailand containing 78 cards. Lai Thai prediction can be applied as the tools to solve immoral behavior using Buddhist teachings for the best interests of individual and society. The form of Lai Thai prophecy based on Buddhist integration was classified into 2 parts; 1) major including 22 cards and 2) minor group including 56 cards divided into Wand set 14 cards, Sword set 14 cards, Cup set 14 cards and Coin set 14 cards. The predictions are seen in 5 aspects; 1) monetary aspect supported by 4 Dhitthadhammikattha etc., 2) works supported by right livelihood, 4 Iddhipāda etc., 3) love integrated by Garavasadhamma 4, 5 Sila, Patirupadesa etc., 4) family integrated by Santutth in Mangalasutta, gratitude etc. and 5) health aspect can be integrated by Appamādadhamma etc.
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • THE METAPHORS ON FIVE GROUPS OF PERSONALITY (PAÑCA KHANDHA) IN
           SUTTANTAPITAKA

    • Authors: พ.ม.อรรถพงษ์ ผิวเหลือง
      Pages: 79 - 89
      Abstract: This dissertation entitled "Analysis of metaphors on five groups of personality in Suttantapitaka" Which were found  in 35 metaphors. Their they could classify 17 types: Mango, Gem, Buckboard, Cloth, Cadaver, Fish, Timber, Nest of disease, Sack, Lather, Cowboy, Carpenter, Nature, Wood, Cow dung, Chicken feather, Sponge, and could classify 7 types: Material, Conveyance, Lifeless, Fruit, Animal, Nature and People. The two ways of the Buddhist teaching on five groups of personality with metaphors are found in 3 forms: 1) using the way of explanation  2) using the way of instance  3) using the way of comparison.  
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • A Study of Tibetan Buddhism’s Aṣṭamaṅgala Symbols through an
           Interpretation in Perspective of Theravāda Buddhism

    • Authors: ภาคภูมิ ภัทรกิจวรกุล
      Pages: 90 - 101
      Abstract: The objectives of this research, a Study of Tibetan Buddhism's Astamangala Symbols through an Interpretation in Perspective of Theravada Buddhism, were 1) to study Tibetan Buddhism’s Astamangala symbols 2) to study Theravada Buddhism’s doctrines relate to Tibetan Buddhism’s Astamangala symbols, and 3) to analyze and interpretation Tibetan Buddhism’s Astamangala symbols through a Theravada Buddhism perspective.
      The research indicated that Astamangala symbols (except Endless Knot) are generally equipment in ancient India and Buddha used the properties of these symbols as a tool to teach principles in various topics. when using these meanings to be interpreted through Interpretation in perspective of Theravada Buddhism views then found that the following meanings: Parasol: The effect of dharma practice will preserve the practitioner. Victory banner: wisdom is the cause of enlightment. White right circular motivation conch: the ordination affects dhamma practice easier and 37 doctrine belongs to enlightenment. Endless knot: everything is related with other and can’t find the beginning and the end. Pair of gold fish: Eternity and nobility are those who walk on the path of Cessation of Suffering and enlightenment, the knowledge of Four Noble Truths is the cause of Cessation of Suffering. Lotus: The Crescent can be taught, achieve fair the state of suffering and persecution 7 is the cause of Cessation of Suffering. Vase of treasures: all animals are suffering and death, Compassion is the cause of Cessation of Suffering in the Four Noble Truths is the cause of Cessation of Suffering, Ignorance in the Four Noble Truths is the cause of suffering and the growth in the noble eightfold path cause of Cessation of Suffering. Dharmachakra: The announcement of the true truth from Lord Buddha as the cause of the movement of his religion.

      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • The Models of the Happy Livelihood According to the Buddha’s Dhamma
           Principles for the Youths: A Case Study of the Saraburiwitthayakhom School
           

    • Authors: สิทธรัตน์ สงึมรัมย์
      Pages: 102 - 114
      Abstract: This research entitled ‘A Models of the Happy Livelihood According to the Buddha’s Dhamma Principles for the Youths: A Case Study of the Saraburiwitthayakhom School’ was purposely made to study the following objectives: 1) to study youths’ behaviours and ways of life in the present Thai society, 2) to study the significance of Buddhism and its virtues for youths’ living a happy life, and 3) to propose the youths’ formation of living a happy life according to the Buddhist principles. This is a qualitative research done by studying documents, in-depth interview, and participatory observation. 50 Population were purposively selected from secondary students, twenties males and 30 females. In the research, it was found that the religious institution has the important role to play in empowering their mind-set in order to distance them from fearfulness and unsafety by which the family institution and government can be of the good function. Consequently, they can harmoniously live together happily. As far as the formation for youths’ living a happy life according to the Buddhist principles: a case study of the Saraburiwitthayakhom School is concerned, two formations are found: 1) learning: youths’ successfulness in studying did not only come from their likeness but also from their parents’ support wherein they have been inspired in the good manners giving rise to the positive aspect to themselves, family, school, community and environment. Under this way, they perform their duty and responsibility in the way that they know the sequent significance of time becoming a good Buddhist by following these virtues, five noble growths, five precepts, four paths of accomplishment, four bases of social solidarity, thirty-eight supreme virtues, 2) problem and its solution on living life, violent problem can be solved through following first precept, stealing other property through second precept, sexual misconduct through third precept, false speech through fourth precept and intoxicant usage through fifth precept. These can be accompanied by all together mentioned four virtues.
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • An Effect of Buddhist Psychology-Based Humanized Healthcare Program

    • Authors: nisakorn ิBoon-Art
      Pages: 115 - 128
      Abstract: The study entitled “An Effect of Buddhist Psychology-Based Humanized Healthcare Program” aimed 1) to study and analyze concepts of the Humanized Healthcare; 2) to synthesize the Buddhadhamma and Psychological principles integrated for the Humanized Healthcare; 3) to propose the Buddhist Psychology-Based Humanized Healthcare Program ; and 4) to present an effect of the Buddhist Psychology-Based Humanized Healthcare Program. The research designs were divided into two steps: Firstly, it was a qualitative research studying documents and in-depth interview for developing the experimental program; and secondly, it was a quasi-experimental research. Key informants included 18 specialists/technicians. The sample for an experiment was selected by a purposive sampling method from diabetes patients of Huai Krachao Community Hospital Commemorating His Majesty the King’s 80th Birthday Anniversary at Kanchanaburi province by G*Power program having got 74 samples divided into the experimental group and control group 37 each, operating pre-test and post-test measurements by DASS21. For the analysis of quantitative data statistics including Percentage, Mean, Standard Deviation (S.D.) was used and hypotheses of the study were proved by t-test. Regarding an effect Buddhist Psychology-Based Humanized Healthcare Program it found that the degree of depression, anxiety and stress of the experimental group of diabetes patients participated in this program after participation in activities was significantly lower than before participation and lower than the control group at 01.
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • THE INTEGRATED BUDDHIST ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT BY 7 NOBLE TREASURES

    • Authors: สันทยา ประภารัตน์
      Pages: 129 - 142
      Abstract: This dissertation article entitled “The Integrated Buddhist Organization Development By Seven Noble Treasures” has three objectives: 1) to study the theory and process of organizational development, 2) to study the seven noble treasures, and 3) to integrate the development of organizations through seven Noble Treasures. This study was a qualitative research using documentary research and in-depth interview of 14 corporate governances and expert as key informants. The results showed that the organizational development functionally refers to the systematic process of improvement in terms of operation. By virtue of these, human resources are chiefly empowered through certain. The staff are of good quality and quantity in accordance with seven noble treasures of virtues: 1) confidence, 2) morality, 3) moral shame, 4) moral dread, 5) great learning, 6) liberality, and 7) wisdom. The organizational development is divided into 3 areas: human, work and give to society. The balance of the organization are needed, then the development of external and internal resources are also required; in the external development of such resource, the running of business based on profit and share wherein the goodness is returned back to society and environment, becomes necessary. And the insemination of morality based on seven noble treasures into the organization staff comes to gain the most essential aspect where the development of internal resources is also done which will lead to the organization of noble property respectively and the sustainability.
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • The The Perception Regarding Curriculum and the Tendency of Further
           Education in the Communication Arts Program in the Communication Era
           Through Social Media

    • Authors: ปริยา รินรัตนากร
      Pages: 143 - 157
      Abstract: The objectives of this research are to investigate the perception and the tendency of further education in the Communication Arts program of people in Chonburi Province in the communication era through social media. The researcher formulated the qualitative method by creating focus group discussion with forty participations and established quantitative method by collecting six hundred questionnaires. The findings found that nowadays, the Communication Arts program has been adapting both Discipline and content in order to be appropriate with the changing of present circumstances. These changes are consonant with educational philosophy conceptualization that concentrated on studying the new knowledge and developing human resources to be suitable with working market requirements. Furthermore,   the findings found that the respondents have the total perception regarding Communication Arts curriculum at the moderate level.  The respondents have the total tendency of further education in the Communication Arts Program at the moderate level as well. The respondents, who have the different occupations, will have the different perception and the different tendency of further education in the Communication Arts Program. Moreover, the perception regarding Communication Arts program has the positive relationship with the tendency of further education in the Communication Arts program.  
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • INTREGRATION OF BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY FOR ELDERLY HOLISTIC BALANCE BY THE
           YOGA PROCESS

    • Authors: manarat nimsakul
      Pages: 158 - 168
      Abstract: This research is quasi experimental research two group pretest-posttest randomized design, there is the objective 1) study problem about Elderly Holistic Balance, Buddhist principle, Cognitive psychology theory and yoga process concept. 2) for develop Integration of Buddhist Psychology for Elderly Holistic Balance by the Yoga Process 3) for present Integration of Buddhist Psychology for Elderly Holistic Balance by the Yoga Process.  Sample group is elderly at Village No.7., Pho Ngam, Sankhaburi, Chai Nat at prefer attend a program 30 persons amounts, Simple random Sampling, divide Experimental group and Control group, the group vacates 15 persons, The First group they were trained in 3 days 2 night, and the second group would continue having regular daily routine.  Evaluate 3 time: pre-test, post-test, and follows up after 1 month.  Analyzed with the statistics describes and referable statistics, compare with the data, for test the hypothesis, with the statistics, T-test, One-way ANOVA and Triangulation Technic.  The research results showed that:
      Problem about Elderly Holistic Balance is able decline is physical, disease group loses contact with chronic (NCDS), the disease the bone and the joint deteriorate, there is lifeless condition, get into trouble the conflict in the social, torn reasonable understanding in the way of life balanced
      Integration of Buddhist Psychology for Elderly Holistic Balance by the Yoga Program there is 5 steps as follows: 1) Adjust balance consequent of confidence and cognitive ability 2) Adjust balance consequent of courage in effort and concentrate for achieve 3) Awareness and believe in consciousness development. 4) Understand the reason and acceptance of change 5) Attain result empirical experience from Buddha Yoga.
      The result of change elderly holistic balance when trained of program, point average elderly holistic balance comparison totals up elderly on each side and overall experiment distance with experiment back be valuable different prevent signify important statistics way that .05 level support first hypothesis and when compare with point elderly holistic balance average totals up elderly on each side and overall experiment back between the experimental with the group controls it was found that point holistic balance average totals up elderly on each side and overall experiment back between the experimental with the group controls different prevent signify important statistics way that .05 point average holistic balance level totals up elderly on each side and overall of the experimental in later the experiment is higher than the group controls which, support 2 hypothesizes discover other , have as follows , point holistic balance average totals up elderly on each side and overall before the experiment between the experimental with the group controls , not different prevent signify important statistics way that .05 point average holistic balance level totals up elderly on each side and overall before the experiment and experiment back in the group controls , not different prevent signify important statistics way that .05 point average holistic balance level totals up elderly on each side and overall the distance follow experiment back between the experimental with the group controls different prevent signify important statistics way that .05 point average holistic balance level totals up old side body people and generally experiment back and the distance follow in the experimental, different prevent signify important statistics way that .05 level and point holistic balance average total up old side mind people, the social and back experiment intellect and the distance follow in not reduced experimental important signify statistics way that .05 level and , point holistic balance average totals up elderly on each side and overall experiment back and the distance follow in the group control , not different prevent signify.
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • The Effect of Marketing Mix on Students’ Choice of Postgraduate
           Education in Buddhist Studies at Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University
           

    • Authors: อารยา ทองโชติ
      Pages: 169 - 183
      Abstract: In this research, the objectives were to study the Personal Factors of Graduate schools’ students who enrolled in the program of Buddhist Studies, Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University and the marketing mixed factors affecting the making decision in pursuing graduate studies in the mentioned university. The research methodology employed in this research was a Quantitative one. 480 populations of Graduate school, Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University who enrolled in the academic year of 2017 were purposively used. 218 populations were also used as its Sample through the technique of Taro Yamane and its confidence level was at .05. In this research, questionnaires concerning the marketing strategies based on Kotler’s, Boom & Bitner’s and Maringe’s ideas were used as the research tool. Percentage, Means and Standard Deviation were employed in the statistical analysis and then the Chi-Square Test was used to evaluate its relationship respectively. In the research, it was clearly found that: 1) most of answered questionnaires were given by men more than women, their ages were approximately 40-49 and by and large they completed Bachelor degree and worked in the government sector/state enterprises where they earned 40,001 up in a month, 2) the marketing mixed factors were affecting the making decision in studying which were at most level averagely, in taking seven factors in each domain into account it was found that the highest average domain was of the production, personnel, price, place, process in service and physical aspect. In this, the promotion of market was of less average level respectively. As regards the test of hypothesis in this research, it clearly showed that the demographical factors of the Graduate school s’ students in terms of the educational level and the average income in each month were affecting student’s making decision in pursuing higher education of the program of Buddhist Studies, Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University which were at .05 in the statistical significance.
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • The The Development of Stress Management Program Following Buddhist
           Psychology for Nursing Students at Faculty of Nursing, Siam University

    • Authors: Suwanna Chiangkuntod
      Pages: 184 - 195
      Abstract: บทความวิจัยเรื่องการพัฒนาโปรแกรมการจัดการความเครียดตามแนวพุทธจิตวิทยาสำหรับนักศึกษาคณะพยาบาลศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยสยามมีวัตถุประสงค์ของการวิจัยคือ ๑) เพื่อศึกษาระดับความเครียดของนักศึกษาพยาบาลศาสตร์ ชั้นปีที่ ๒ มหาวิทยาลัยสยาม  ๒) สร้างโปรแกรมจัดการความเครียดของนักศึกษาพยาบาลศาสตร์ ๓) เพื่อศึกษาผลของรูปแบบการจัดการความเครียดตามแนวพุทธจิตวิทยาในนักศึกษาพยาบาลศาสตร์ ชั้นปีที่ ๒ มหาวิทยาลัยสยาม ในการศึกษาวิชาปฏิบัติการพยาบาลพื้นฐาน มีระเบียบวิธีวิจัยแบบผสมวิธี (Mixed Method) ซึ่งประกอบด้วยการวิจัยและพัฒนา (Research and Development) โดยเป็นการวิจัยเชิงทดลอง (Experimental Research) และการวิจัยเชิงคุณภาพ (Qualitative Research)  มีผลการศึกษาวิจัย พบว่านักศึกษาพยาบาลของกลุ่มทดลอง มีค่าเฉลี่ยการรับรู้ความเครียดในการฝึกปฏิบัติการพยาบาล ก่อนการทดลองเท่ากับ ๓.๐๖ หลังการทดลองเท่ากับ ๒.๔๒ ผลการเปรียบเทียบความเครียดของกลุ่มทดลองระหว่างก่อนและหลังการอบรม มีความแตกต่างกันอย่างมีนัยสำคัญทางสถิติที่ระดับ .๐๐๑ และจากการสัมภาษณ์แบบสนทนากลุ่มกับผู้เข้าอบรมจำนวน  ๘ ท่าน ภายหลังก...
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • Deciphering Buddhist Leadership from Patient Treatment Methods in Tipitaka

    • Authors: Rattana Panyapa, Sunate Chaipayang, Thidarat Duangsin
      Pages: 196 - 209
      Abstract: This article aims to present the deciphering of Buddhist leadership from the patient treatment  Tipitaka. The ๕ principles of Buddhist leadership were found: ๑) learning the different nature of the members in organization like those who take care of patients who are difficult and easy to cure; ๒) Daring to face and manage problems and obstacles in management like a person who takes care of patient, he must know the correct remedy and un-disregard feces, urine, vomiting or sickness of the patient; ๓) Creating encouragement and pride for the organization members by ๓ principles: mind-monitoring, mind-encouragement and mind-regulation; ๔) Looking at problems as a way of wisdom and crisis as an opportunity like the Lord Buddha used sickness as a teaching tool; and ๕) acting as a model for the majority in accordance with the method of the Lord Buddha in caring for patient himself and suggesting that those who want to take care of him could take care of sick monks. Keywords: Leadership, Buddhism, Patient, Tipitaka
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       

  •        บทวิจารณ์หนังสือเรื่องกาเขียนโดย
           วาณิช จรุงกิจอนันต์

    • Authors: Rujee Tantiatsawayothee
      Pages: 210 - 214
      Abstract:      บทวิจารณ์เรื่องนี้มีวัตถุประสงค์เพื่อเสนอความคิดเห็น หลังจากที่ได้อ่านหนังสือเรื่อง "กา" ของ วาณิช จรุงกิจอนันต์ โดยใช้แนวการวิจารณ์ตามองค์ประกอบของเรื่องเล่าเชิงจินตนาการผสานกับการวิจารณ์ตามหลักธรรมในพระพุทธศาสนา      ผลการวิจารณ์สรุปได้ว่า เรื่อง "กา" มีความน่าชื่นชมในทุกองค์ประกอบของเรื่อง โดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งในด้านมุมมอง (Point Review) ที่ใช้กลวิธีเดินเรื่องโดยแฝงความเร้นลับเพื่อเดินเรื่องไปสู่จุดสำคัญของเรื่อง (Climax) ส่วนในด้านศีลธรรม เรื่อง "กา" เป็นงานเขียนร่วมสมัยที่ดีเด่นในการเสนอแนวคิดเรื่องกฎแห่งกรรม
      PubDate: 2019-04-24
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
  • Appendix

    • Authors: พระมหาสมบุรณ์ วุฑฺฒิกโร รศ.ดร.
      Pages: 215 - 215
      Abstract: ภาคผนวก แนวทางการเตรียมต้นฉบับและการส่งต้นฉบับ วารสารบัณฑิตศึกษาปริทรรศน์
      PubDate: 2019-05-31
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2019)
       
 
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