Potential Development to Resource and Cultural Capitals for Enhancing the Quality of Life based on Citizen Participation

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Phrakhrupalad Prawit Supurairut
Phrapalad Prapoj Yusamran


The objectives of this study are 1) to explore the potential of resource capital and cultural capital. 2) to develop capital, resource and cultural capital with participation 3) to propose a model for the development of potential, resource capital and cultural capital. In enhancing the quality-of-life sample group and key informants are people in the community traders and manufacturers and a group of 30 local wisdom teachers using Action Research Methodology by participatory research. And action research blend together. The research results revealed that: Development model for resource capital and cultural capital in enhancing the quality of life, it was found that the transition through the foundational economy was transformed by changing the path of product/community service development with a new value chain. Through the cooperation of all sectors for the harmonization and allocation of mutual benefits under the principles of good governance to develop quality people and let people build things to create a career and generate income for the community further by dividing the main goal of driving the foundation economy is 1) Creating product/service development. Through the process of creating and developing people with potential and quality first and lead them to create and develop different products/services 2) Building a network of mutual benefits by creating work processes benefit allocation model and defining roles, functions and working processes of the network group; and 3) transcribing knowledge and information from the correct work processes. By creating data create intellectual costs and model integration. From the process of creating people to allow people to create things This will generate useful information and assist in decision making of all sectors that will lead to sustainable development.

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Supurairut, P. P., & Yusamran, P. P. (2023). Potential Development to Resource and Cultural Capitals for Enhancing the Quality of Life based on Citizen Participation. Journal of Multidisciplinary in Humanities and Social Sciences, 6(1), 327–343. Retrieved from https://so04.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jmhs1_s/article/view/262222
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Phrakhrupalad Prawit Supurairut, Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University Buddhapanya Sri Thawarawadee Buddhist College, Thailand



Phrapalad Prapoj Yusamran, Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University Buddhapanya Sri Thawarawadee Buddhist College, Thailand




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