Model of Development Family Institutionintegrative Buddhismbased

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Phrakhruphisonkitchathon (Thoetthun Dhammakamo/Choengernduen)

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The purposes of this study were: 1) to study Problems and Solutions Family Foundation Thailand 2) to study the process developed by Buddhist families 3) to propose a model for the development of Thai Buddhist family institutions. The quantitative analysis’s results of data found that the model of development family institution integrative Buddhism based on Buddhist Principles, it showed that in the overall, was at high level on average at 4.26 and the standard deviation at 0.15. Comparative study of model of development family institution integrative Buddhism based on Buddhist Principles in the overall was not different with statistically significant at 0.05.  and the qualitative analysis’s results of data found that the lifestyle, culture and tradition and local social activities from past to present were an influence in the model of development family institution. The guideline of development of family institutions according to the 5 precepts showed that Driving action on principle of 5 precepts is a system of development of family institutions and creating peace for the society with the four reasons for lastingness of a wealthy family is the doctrine of Buddhism for those who hope for success in the family, by doing oneself to complete together with the virtues for lay people, the virtues that protect the world, the basis for success and the practice for the layman. There are 7 models of the development of family institutions based on Buddhist principles, including 1) the models of the development of family institutions by learning; 2) the models of the development of family institutions by hygiene principles; 3) the models of the development of family institutions with economic system; 4) the models of the development of family institutions with risk reduction; 5) the models of the development of family institutions with support and problem solving; 6) the models of the development of family institutions with the prevention and elimination of violence in the family and 7) the models of the development of family institutions with creating a management the strength in family.

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