Positive Reinforcement of Coping and Obstruction of Women

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Napatsorn Mohprasit


This article studied on positive reinforcement of coping and obstruction of women. It was studied from creating a model in 5 steps consisted of 1) rational and concept, 2) objectives, 3) contents, 4) learning activities, 5) measurement and evaluation. For learning and instruction aspect, six steps were designed which consisted of 1) face the problem and obstacle, 2) plan to the target, 3) solve the problem, 4) collect data for summary, 5) evaluate and improvement, 6) know value and empowerment. Buddhist principle of the four noble truths (Ariya-sacca Dhamma) is analyzed and integrated to the process of approaching knowledge and understanding to the creative thinking. This is the way to move over problems and obstacle that suffers both body and mind in order to live with sustainable development.

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Mohprasit, N. . (2021). Positive Reinforcement of Coping and Obstruction of Women. International Journal of Multidisciplinary in Cultures & Religions Studies, 2(1), 7–12. Retrieved from https://so04.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ijmcr/article/view/249869


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