Type, Behaviors and Needs of the Poor Community Groups Case Study of Sa-ngaNgam Village, Sakae Sam Sub-district, Mueang District, Buriram Province
The objectives of this research were 1) to study the basic context of the difficult community in Ban Sa-ngaNgam 2) to study the behavior and needs of the difficult community of Ban Sa-ngaNgam 3) to find the behavior and needs pattern of the difficult community in Ban Sa-ngaNgam. The sample consisted of 137 persons. The research instruments were qualitative and quantitative combinations. The results of the study were as follows: 1) Ban Sa-ngaNgam community, 85 male, 52 female, most of them primary education. Year 6 education, agriculture and general employment as a primary. 2) Behavior and needs, there is an idea of poverty caused by causes because they are born by birth and cannot be adjusted and there is a need to help finance and solve debt in the formal and informal systems adjusting the minimum wage rate. 3) The abstract model must adjust the attitude towards difficulties. Concrete, creating self-help groups, focusing on sustainability.
Board. Economic and Social Development PlanNational Issue 12
(2017-2021) [Internet]. Bangkok; 2017 [Cited 2018 October 10].
Available from: http://www.nesdb.go.th
2. Community Organization Development Institute (Public Organization).
The report of Community Council Act 2008 [Internet]. Bangkok; 2008
[Cited 2018 October 5]. Available from: http://www.codi.or.th
3. Office of Village and Urban Fund (Office of the Prime Minister).
National Village and Community Fund Strategy [Internet].
Bangkok; 2010 [Cited 2018 August 12]. Available from:
http://www.villagefund.or.th/document/ National Village and
4. Thailand Development Research Institute. Universal social
welfare system to 2017 [Internet]. Bangkok; 2017 [Cited 2017 June 18].
Available from: http://www.tdri.or.th/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/m67.pdf
5. Sakae Sam Sub-district Administration Organization. Basic information
Sakae Sam Sub-district Administration Organization [Internet]. Buriram;
2018 [Cited 2018 October 3]. Available from: https://sites.google.com/site/
6. Yamane T. Statistics – An Introductory Analysis. 2nd ed.
Tokyo: John Weather Hill; 1970.
7. Rovinelli RJ, Hambleton RK. On the use of content specialists
in the assessment of criterion-referenced test item validity.
Dutch Journal of Educational Research 1977;2:49-60.
8. Phanphinij S. Social science research techniques.
Bangkok: Wittayapat Publishing; 2010.
9. Kaewkaunkhai T. Comparative analysis of survival, management
of silk weaving community groups Ban Dan District, Buriram province.
Journal of Economics and Management Strategy Kasetsart
University -Sriracha Campus 2018;5(2):67-85.
10. Panorum P, Kaewkaunkhai T, Srisook K. Integrated development
to solve problems Poverty: A case study of Ban KhokYai, Moo 9,
Samet Sub-district, Mueang District, Buriram Province.
KKU Research Journal 2009;14(8):724-734.
11. Kaewkaunkhai T, Chantrach B, Hanananumarum P, Menadi R,
Chamroonsuk S, Plangluksa W. Integrated action research for solving
poverty problems of farmers Organic jasmine rice using sufficiency
economy philosophy in Samet Sub-district, Mueang District,
Buriram Province. In: the report due to national and international
academic conferences "4th Rajabhat Research" National and international
academic conferences organized by Buriram Rajabhat University,
12. Kaewkaunkhai T. Survival of economic crisis by way of community
enterprise. University Academic Journal Buriram Rajabhat- Humanities
and Social Sciences 2560;9(2):33-50.