The Building For Pga K’ Nyau Youth Leadership in order to Develop the Qualities of Life Under the Local Context (Self-Reliance) in Mae Na Chang Sub District Mae La Noi District Mae Hong Son Province
The purposes of this research were to study approaches for building youth leadership of PGA K’ NYAU young people able to develop the quality of life in their local context in accordance with self-reliance, and to enhance the youth leadership of PGA K’ NYAU community in Mae Na Change sub-district, Mae La Noi district, Mae Hong Son province. As a tool for evaluation, participatory action research (PAR) was used. The sample group consisted of 30 PGA K’ NYAU young people. The techniques of in-depth interviews, Appreciation influence control (A-I-C), and project assessment model were employed as the research instrument. Qualitative data analysis was verified by content analysis and the quantitative data were analyzed by mean and standard deviation.
The findings were as follows: 1) the application of leadership theories should maintain a focus on core practices of weaving skills, distributing marketing channels, promoting of Karen’s OTOP fabric weave products, and providing the knowledge of household bookkeeping in response to the quality of life development in their local context. 2) After the development of leadership skills and capacities, they were able to set up plans, provide information, give support, control, and assess two group projects. The first project was succeeded in terms of making the study tour for conserving local culture and developing Karen’s fabric weave products. The second one was succeeded in terms of conducting the workshop in relation to ‘household bookkeeping’ topic.
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