Pgaz k’n yau Youth’s Learning Process and Outcomes Based on Geoinformatics for Landuse Management in Protected Area Tha Song Yang, Tak Province

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ศศิธร โคสุวรรณ (Sasithon Kosuwan)
พีรเทพ รุ่งคุณากร (Bheeradhev Rungkhunakorn)

Abstract

The objectives of this research were to study the Karen youth’s learning process and outcomes based on geoinformatics for landuse management in the protected area


Tha Song Yang,Tak Province. The research was conducted by using ethnographic research


and the data was collected by using semi-structured in-depth interviews and focus group.


The informants were 13 Phaka Khayaw young people, 5 stakeholders, participating in the research project on natural resource management in the forest and landuse area in Ban Mae Omya and Ban Khun Mae Wei. Data was analyzed by using content analysis and then the results presented as descriptive writing.


The research findings were as follows: 1) There were 3 phrase and 6 stages learning processes of the Phaka Khayaw youth. The first stage (Initiation stage: I) consisted process 1. Awareness 2. Preparation. The second phrase (Cultivation stage: C) consisted process 3. Perception 4. Practice, and The third phrase (Transformation stage: T) consisted process 5. Initiation and process 6. Transformation. 2) The learning outcome of Phaka Khayaw (Karen) youth consisted 3 dimensions which were 1. Practical dimension 2.Communicative dimension and 3. Identity and Emancipatory dimension.

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