Factors Affecting Football Gambling Behaviors among Youths in Vocational Education Institutions

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Katika Suksawat
Prapon Sahapattana

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This study was a study on factors affecting football gambling behaviors among youths in vocational education institutions in Bangkok. This study collected data from 382 youths studying in vocational institutions in Bangkok using questionnaire as a collecting tool. Multiple regression analysis was used for data analysis. The study found that social bonding has a negative effect whereas social learning has a positive effect on football gambling behavior among youths. It is suggested that we should focus on family and educational institutions to promote social bonding and to reduce the misuse of social learning regarding football gambling.

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Suksawat, K., & Sahapattana, P. (2019). Factors Affecting Football Gambling Behaviors among Youths in Vocational Education Institutions. Political Science and Public Administration Journal, 10(2), 23-44. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/polscicmujournal/article/view/141379
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