Outcomes of Measures to Control Drinking Alcohol in Educational Institutions: A Case Study of Vocational Education College in Mueang District Suphanburi Province

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Pilaiwan Thiangtham
Arun Chainit
Panlayamom Sinnang

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The objectives of this research were 1) to study the outcomes of measures for the control of drinking alcohol in educational institutions 2) to study the factors that affect the control of drinking alcohol in educational institutions and 3) to study guidelines for improving measures for the control of drinking alcohol in educational institutions. The research is combined with Qualitative research and Quantitative research. The Qualitative research data collection instrument was interviewing format to analyzed by interpreting the study issues and the Quantitative research sample selection of 374 students by 4 Vocational Education colleges in Suphanburi Province the data analyzed questionnaires using statistics Frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and Pearson Correction. The research results showed that: 1) the outcomes of measures for the control of drinking alcohol in educational institutions was at highest level 2) factors that affecting measures of alcohol control in educational institutions is the prohibition of alcohol advertising was at highest level, and 3) Guidelines to improve the alcohol control measures in schools to be effective is to have more rigorous enforcement of the law. There is an education in which students can refuse the solicitation of their peers to drink and have a bad attitude towards alcohol to know the poison and harm of alcohol create incentives to reduce, quit, and prevent relapse. Build acceptance for students to see the importance and self-worth for effective measures to control alcohol consumption in educational institutions

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Thiangtham, P., Chainit, A., & Sinnang, P. . (2021). Outcomes of Measures to Control Drinking Alcohol in Educational Institutions: A Case Study of Vocational Education College in Mueang District Suphanburi Province. Rajapark Journal, 15(43), 426–411. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/255264
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