https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/issue/feed The Golden Teak : Humanity and Social Science Journal 2020-12-02T14:12:14+07:00 ดร.สุภาพร พงศ์ภิญโญโอภาส moui_pong@hotmail.com Open Journal Systems <p>สักทอง : วารสารมนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยราชภัฏกำแพงเพชรมีวัตถุประสงค์เพื่อตีพิมพ์ผลงานวิจัย ผลงานสร้างสรรค์ และผลงานวิชาการ สาขามนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์ ได้แก่ การศึกษา รัฐประศาสนศาสตร์ การพัฒนาชุมชน เศรษฐศาสตร์นิติศาสตร์ บริหารธรุกิจ การท่องเที่ยว นิเทศศาสตร์ และวัฒนธรรม เผยแพร่แก่นักวิชาการและบุคคลทั่วไป ปีละ 4 ฉบับ (ม.ค.-มี.ค., เม.ย.-มิ.ย., ก.ค.-ก.ย. และ ต.ค.-ธ.ค.) บทความที่ได้รับการตีพิมพ์ในวารสารจะต้องผ่านการตรวจพิจารณาจากกองบรรณาธิการและผู้ทรงคุณวุฒิในสาขาต่างๆ</p> https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248127 Full Paper 2020-12-01T14:25:14+07:00 สถาบันวิจัยและพัฒนา มหาวิทยาลัยราชภัฏกำแพงเพชร golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>-</p> 2020-12-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248128 Editorial 2020-12-01T14:29:41+07:00 สถาบันวิจัยและพัฒนา สถาบันวิจัยและพัฒนา golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>วารสาร สักทอง : วารสารมนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์ ปีที่ 26 ฉบับที่ 4&nbsp;ตุลาคม – ธันวาคม 2563 ประกอบด้วย บทความวิจัยซึ่งเกี่ยวกับ 1) การบริจาคร่างกาย 2) สื่อเสริมการเรียนรู้ด้วยภาพชุด 3) ศักยภาพของแหล่งทรัพยากรการท่องเที่ยว 4) คุณลักษณะของครูไทย 5) ความหลากหลายของแหล่งอาหาร และพันธุ์พืชสมุนไพร 6) ความเป็นพลเมืองดิจิทัล 7) การผลิตมันสำปะหลังสะอาด 8) การเรียนการสอนวรรณคดีไทย 9) การจัดกิจกรรมลูกเสือ 10) การเรียนสายอาชีพ 11) ความภาคภูมิใจในตนบนฐานประวัติศาสตร์ท้องถิ่น 12) วัดต้นแบบด้านปฏิบัติธรรม 13) สถาบันครอบครัวไทยเชิงพุทธบูรณาการ 14) พิธีไหว้ครูพิณเพียต 15) ความเปรียบสตรีในนวนิยาย</p> <p>กองบรรณาธิการวารสาร สักทอง : วารสารมนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์&nbsp;หวังเป็นอย่างยิ่งว่า วารสารฉบับนี้จะเป็นประโยชน์ต่อการพัฒนาผลงานทางวิชาการของอาจารย์และนักศึกษาได้เป็นอย่างดี และคาดหวังว่าสาระของบทความในวารสารฉบับนี้จะมีประโยชน์ต่อการพัฒนาทรัพยากรมนุษย์ เพื่อสร้างความเจริญรุ่งเรืองให้กับชุมชน สังคม และประเทศชาติได้อย่างยั่งยืนต่อไป</p> 2020-12-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248130 Table of Contents 2020-12-01T14:36:29+07:00 สถาบันวิจัยและพัฒนา มหาวิทยาลัยราชภัฏกำแพงเพชร golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>Table of Contents</p> 2020-12-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/243411 แนวทางการพัฒนาความเป็นพลเมืองดิจิทัลของนักศึกษาคณะครุศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยราชภัฏกำแพงเพชร 2020-12-01T14:31:19+07:00 Tuanthong Chaowakeeratiphong tuanthongc@yahoo.com.sg Somchai Wongnaya tuanthongc@yahoo.com.sg <p>The purposes of this research were to study digital citizenship of students at the Faculty of Education, Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University, find guidelines to develop digital citizenship of students in the Faculty of Education, and evaluate the guidelines. The sample consisted of 196 of second-year students in the Faculty of Education of the academic year 2019. The data was collected through the use of a questionnaire, an interview, and an evaluation form and then was analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, and content analysis. The research findings revealed that the digital citizenship of students at the Faculty of Education as a whole was at a high level. When considering each aspect, it was found that all aspects were at a high level. They were digital rights and responsibility, digital law, digital security and privacy, digital etiquette, digital communication, digital literacy, digital identity, digital health and welfare, and digital access and usage, respectively. There were 12 guidelines for digital citizenship development of students at the Faculty of Education. The guidelines were suitable and useful at the highest level and feasible at a high level.</p> 2020-07-22T11:56:54+07:00 Copyright (c) 2020 The Golden Teak : Humanity and Social Science Journal https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248131 Knowledge, Attitude, and Motivation T oward Body Donation of Students at Kanchanabhishek Institute of Medical and Public Health Technology 2020-12-01T14:43:36+07:00 Jureeporn U-pathi golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Karnchana Nimsuntorn golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The model of this study was descriptive research. The purpose of this research was to study the relationship among personal factors, knowledge, attitude and motivation toward body donation of students at Kanchanabhishek Institute of Medical and Public Health Technology. The sample consisted of 407 students of academic year 2017. The research instruments were questionnaires. The Data was analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, Independent sample t-test, One Way ANOVA, Pearson's correlation coefficient and Multiple regression analysis. The results of the relationship among students program and knowledge toward body donation were significant difference when p &lt; 0.05 (p = 0.013). The correlation analysis show that the knowledge and attitude were significant difference when p &lt; 0.01 (r =.197 and .605 respectively). The factors that motivate toward body donation of students in this study was their attitude and that could predict 37.10%.</p> Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248133 Developing Supplementary Materials—Flash Cards in Promoting Learner Autonomy of Primary Students in the Context of a Border Patrol Police School 2020-12-01T14:54:48+07:00 Darinthorn Inthapthim golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This research aims to experiment supplementary materials—flash cards in promoting learner autonomy of Grade 4 students at Betty Dumen Border Patrol Police School and to investigate both teacher’s and students’ opinions on the flash cards. The English teacher of Grade 4 and her 12 students participated in this research. The research instruments were 1) pretest and posttest 2) self-report of teachers’ and students’ opinions on the flash cards. The data were analyzed through t-test and content analysis. The results showed that the students’ posttest scores were significantly higher than pretest scores. The teachers’ and students’ opinions on the mentioned teaching materials were positive. This research also highlighted that these flash cards could also promote learner autonomy among these primary students.</p> 2020-12-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248135 Development Approach of Tourism Resources in the Lower Area of Sonkhla Lake for Thai Muslim Tourists 2020-12-01T15:06:08+07:00 Somchai Prabrat golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Wareeporn Chusri golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Waraporn Suksanchananun golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Saranya Yomad golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Wipa Wangsirikul golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This study was aimed to determine development approaches tourism resources in the lower are of Songkhla Lake for Thai Muslim tourists. The data were collected using questionnaires from 400 Thai Muslim tourists as the informants and analyzed through statistical methods of percentage, t-value and F-value. The study found that the average age difference among Thai Muslim tourists had an influence on the differences in satisfaction towards the tourism resources, at statistical significance level of .01. No difference in other statuses of the tourists was found. Following suggestions are approaches for developing tourism resources of the area:&nbsp;1) Roads to the tourism destinations should be improved, a number of new shortcuts should be increased, and including that the transportation services from the main road to the destinations should be more available. 2) More signs about prayer direction (qibla) including pet banning should be provided in accommodations with proper decorated wall photos and Islamic television channels. 3) Local community understands about multiculturalism, complete conservation, and installing fire safety system should be built. 4) The tourism destinations should be conserved to continue holding its beauty under the monitoring of the local authority and tourism entrepreneurs’ organizing of extra activities for the tourists to get more experienced should be promoted. 5) Local understanding of taking care of tourists and participating in activities organized by the destinations, and awareness of being a good host should be regulated.6) Tourist information center of every destination with description signs regarding comprehensive general and historical information of the destinations should be established with well-developed safety system of the entire area.</p> 2020-12-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248137 The Study of Characteristics of Thai Teachers in the 21st Century 2020-12-01T15:27:26+07:00 Anuwat Koonkaew golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The purposes of this research were to 1) study of characteristics of Thai teachers in the 21st century and 2) perform a confirmatory factor analysis of characteristics of Thai teachers in the 21st century on hypothesis model with empirical data. The sample consisted of two groups comprised, 12 experts were selected by purposive sampling and 280 teachers in Faculty of Education, Rajabhat Universities, 280 students in Faculty of Education, Rajabhat Universities, 240 teachers in Primary Educational Service Area Office and Secondary Educational Service Area Office, were selected by stratified random sampling technique. The questionnaires of characteristics of Thai teachers in the 21st century were used for data collection. (r = 0.975). Data were analyzed by confirmatory factor analysis using LISREL version 8.72. The results of the research were as following: 1. Regarding the analysis of exploratory factor, it indicated that characteristics of Thai teachers in the 21st century composed of 5 factors with 50 variables namely instructional and teaching leadership (10 variables), knowledge and competency (10 variables), information and technology skills (10 variables), values and attitudes (10 variables), ethics and morality (10 variables). 2. The results of confirmatory factor analysis of model in the characteristics of Thai teachers in the 21st century were found that 50 variables, each variables were positive and at statistical significance level of .01. Arranged 5 factors from the highest factor loading value to the lowest : instructional and teaching leadership, knowledge and competency, information and technology skills, values and attitudes, ethics and morality which the factors were 0.97, 0.91, 0.85, 0.84 and 0.71 respectively. The construct validity of models was consistent with empirical data, with chi-square goodness of fit test at 848.81 with 809 degrees of freedom; p-value = 0.16, Goodness of Fit Index (GFI) = 0.96, Adjusted Goodness <br>of Fit Index (AGFI) = 0.94, Standardized Root Mean Square Residual (SRMR) = 0.03, and Root Mean Square Error of Approximation (RMSEA) = 0.01</p> 2020-12-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248138 Conservation and Restoration of Food and Herb Diversity of Karen Community in Klonglan National Park, Kamphaeng Phet 2020-12-01T15:37:07+07:00 Nutarada Wongnaya golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Tapat Maneerat golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Surachai Phousamanee golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The purposes of this research were to develop a plan, to implement the plan, and to evaluate the plan to conserve and restore the diversity of food sources and herbs in Karen community in Klong Lan National Park, Khampaeng Phet. The 50 informants for the study were community leaders, herbalists, healers, elders, women, youths, monks and Karen people, local government officials and Khlong Lan National Park staff. The research instruments included Implementation plan, record forms using for recording plant species, camera, GPS, and forms for recording rate of germination and growth of plants. Data analysis included content analysis, frequency and percentage. The research found 1) Form planning implementation and evaluation of conservation and restoration of food and herb diversity, it was found that there are only 13 food and herbal specimens and 530 samples consists of 8 food plants and 5 medicinal plants. 2) The evaluation of growth and survival rate of food crops was found that the highest survival rate was found in 100.0 percent of the 4 species. For the medicinal plant species, the highest survival rate of 100.0 percent were 3 types.</p> 2020-12-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248139 Guidelines to Develop Digital Citizenship of Students at the Faculty of Education, Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University 2020-12-01T15:44:33+07:00 Tuanthong Chaowakeeratiphong golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Somchai Wongnaya golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The purposes of this research were to study digital citizenship of students at the Faculty of Education, Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University, find guidelines to develop digital citizenship of students at the Faculty of Education, and evaluate the guidelines. The sample consisted of 196 of second-year students at the Faculty of Education of the academic year 2019. The data was collected through the use of a questionnaire, an interview, and an evaluation form and then was analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, and content analysis. The research findings revealed that the digital citizenship of students at the Faculty of Education as a whole was at a high level. When considering each aspect, it was found that all aspects were at a high level. They were digital rights and responsibility, digital law, digital security, digital etiquette, digital communication, digital literacy, digital identity, digital health and wellness, and digital access and usage, respectively. There were 12 guidelines for digital citizenship development of students at the Faculty of Education. The guidelines were suitable and useful at the highest level and feasible at a high level.</p> 2020-12-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248145 Promotion of Clean Cassava Production by Using Geo-Informatics Application and Knowledge Development to Farmers, Kamphaeng Phet Province 2020-12-02T09:02:03+07:00 Suphatphong Ruthamnong golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The objective of this study were to 1. analyzed the suitable area for cassava planting, Khampangphet province by using Geographic Information System (GIS). 2. Developed the knowledge sets related to clean cassava production by applying the Geo-informatics, and knowledge synthesis from the experts, prototype farmers and village scholars. 3. Organized activities, propagated, and evaluated of knowledge transfer to farmers in 3 ways; training, booklet, and cassava mobile school activities. The study found that (1) Kamphaeng Phet province has high suitable level area for cassava planting of 16.85%, moderate suitable 14.22%, slightly suitable 19.91%, inappropriate 16.60%, and outside the agricultural area 32.42%. (2) The development of the Geo-informatics knowledge set found that 4 knowledge sets can be created; suitable areas for cassava planting, suitable cassava genetics, cassava suitable area and drought and flood risk, and guidelines for soil, land and fertilizer management in cassava cultivation. (3) Assessment of knowledge transfer in all 3 methods, found that all participants were satisfied at both the overall and the activity level as high satisfied.</p> 2020-12-02T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248146 Development of Productivity-based Thai Literature Instructional Model to Enhance Responsibility and Social 2020-12-02T09:13:45+07:00 Chonthicha Siriamornpan golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The development of the productivity-based Thai literature Instructional model to enhance responsibility and social conscience consisted of four main aspects; theory, objective, procedure of activity, and evaluation_Moreover. there were five steps of instruction including 1. Asking questions for topic 2. Exploring knowledge 3. Knowledge Sharing 4. Practice and Present Products 5. Measurement and evaluation. As a result, the development of the productivity-based Thai literature Instructional model to enhance responsibility and social conscience consisted of four main aspects; theory, objective, procedure of activity, and evaluation _Moreover. there were five steps of instruction including 1. Asking questions for topic 2. Exploring knowledge 3. Knowledge Sharing 4. Practice and Present Products 5. Measurement and evaluation. As a result, 1. The learning outcomes of the students in experimental group before implementing the model were at moderate and poor levels. But after using the model, most of students’ learning outcomes were at the excellent level. Besides, the posttest outcomes compared with the controlled group and experimental group were significantly different at a level of 0.01 2. According to the responsibilities, the students’ responsibilities before experiment were at a level of fair. Whereas, the students’ responsibilities after gain the treatment were better at a level of excellence 3. As for the respondents’ social conscience, their results were at a fair level before using the model. But their social conscience was better at a level of good. 4. The students’ satisfaction results towards “The development of the productivity-based Thai literature Instructional model to enhance responsibility and social conscience” were at a level of excellent.</p> 2020-12-02T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248147 Developing Guidelines Scout Activities in Secondary School 2020-12-02T09:22:30+07:00 Thanyalak Klongklaew golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Thak Udomrat golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This research aimed to study the developing guideline scout activities in secondary school. The purpose for study the condition for organizing scout activities in secondary school. The research aimed to Mixed Method Research : quantitative research and qualitative research, there were 2 stages of research. The first to explore data by synthesizing scout documents. The second use questions to study the conditions and guidelines for organizing scout activities in secondary school. Consists to 5 aspects to 1) scout administration, 2) boy scout director, &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;3) curriculum and instruction work, 4) financial work and 5) measurement and evaluation. The target group were 62 schools, administration and the chief of senior scout activities. A total of 124 people. The third for study to successful practices of the Scout Master School. (Best Practice) by choose specific for 5 locations (Purposive Sampling). Information provider is administrations and the chief of senior scout activities 1 each for 10 people.&nbsp; Tools used as semi structured interview forms 2 stages : Developing guidelines school activities in secondary school by focus&nbsp; discussion group. The guideline was the evaluated of its possibility by administration by 62 people. And chief of senior scout activities by 62 stakeholders. A total of 124 people. The research results were as follows: 1) The results for study to conditions and guidelines for organizing scout activities in secondary school. Consists of 5 aspects : scout administration, boy scout director, curriculum and instruction work,&nbsp; financial work and&nbsp; measurement and&nbsp; evaluation. It was found oval, the level of scout activity is at a moderate level. With a small average of each side. 2) Guidelines for organizing scout activities in secondary schools&nbsp; created&nbsp; comprises three elements : 1) principles and concepts of scout administration, 2) scout administration in schools, : scout administration, boy scout director, curriculum and instruction work , financial work and&nbsp; measurement and evaluation and &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;3) scout activities in schools, : &nbsp;planning, doing, checking, ,acting and leading. Has a level of evaluation results for highly beneficial and highly applicable.</p> 2020-12-02T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248148 Educational Management Guidelines for Promote Vocational Education in High School Level 2020-12-02T10:10:22+07:00 Patchara Pimvapi golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Atchara Sriphan golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The main purpose of this research was to present educational management guidelines for vocational education in high school level. The research by mixed research methodology and divided into 4 steps. The first step reviewed the analysis of various policies related to vocational education management in the country and abroad. The second step was studying the educational management potential for promote vocational education in high school level by interviewing of 6 leading school and 4 best practice in vocational education in high school level. The third step was to drafting tentative guidelines for vocational education in high school level based on the data obtained from step 1, 2 and validating the guidelines for its appropriateness through focus group discussion by 8 education planning manpower experts. The fourth step was to evaluate the possibility of applying the educational management guidelines for vocational education in high school level by 125 educational service area directors, school director and academic affairs. Data were analyzed by means and standard deviations. The research founded that the policy on education management to promote vocational education at the secondary level there are important policy issues that should be developed as follows: management students teachers and educational personnel management and budget, the educational management potential for promoting vocational education at the secondary level consists of the external and internal environment of the school which affects the ability or readiness of the educational management and the educational management guidelines. The educational management guidelines for vocational education in high school level consisted of 3 components to be: 1) The scope of administration according economics of education. 2) Educational management guidelines. 3) Supporting factors favorable to the success and driving educational management by educational management process 4 factors SPAN educational management guidelines include 1) Sharing educational resources 2) Educational participation 3) Area-based educational and 4) Educational networks. The appropriateness of the educational management guidelines and the feasibility of applying the guidelines evaluated by educational service area director, school director and academic affairs were at high levels.</p> 2020-12-02T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248150 Educational Management Guidelines to Enhance Self-Pride Based on Local History for Lower Secondary School Students in the Northeastern Thailand 2020-12-02T10:45:03+07:00 Rungrudee Phuchomsri golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Panuwat Pakdeewong golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The objectives of this study were to 1) investigate self-pride based on local history for the lower-secondary students in North-eastern part of Thailand, and the educational management based on local history in the schools of North-eastern part of Thailand; 2) form the educational management to create self-pride based on local history for lower-secondary students; and 3) evaluate the educational management methods to encourage self-pride based on local history for lower-secondary students in North-eastern part of Thailand. The study employed qualitative research method as the major method and the quantitative research method as the minor method. The research instruments were a set of questionnaires and a structured interview form. The participants were 410 lower-secondary students. Stratified random sampling was used to find the group of participants. Students, school administrators, heads of Department of Social, Religion and Culture, and social teachers of lower-secondary students. Data were analyzed by frequency distribution, mean, standard deviation, and content analysis. The results of the study were found that: 1. The lower-secondary students’ self-pride based on the local history in the North-eastern, the students were proud of culture, traditions, and local lifestyles. They usually participated merit making ceremony. The students were also proud of local dialects and liked to learn about local stories. They saw its value and were ready to continue the local culture and traditions. For the educational management based on local history in the schools of North-eastern part of Thailand, the schools have not applied local history into teaching much; however, some have managed historical subjects to make the students proud. In addition, it was found that teachers still lacked knowledge and skill of local history, even though they have graduated in the field of Social Science. 2. The educational management methods to create self-pride of local history for lower-secondary students that government sector, schools and related organizations could apply included indication of historical education management policy, local history curriculum development, teaching and learning, teachers management, learning media, and evaluation. 3. The results of educational management to create self-pride based on local history for the lower-secondary students were found that there was benefit and possibility for the application. It could also be applied as the educational management methods into the other parts of Thailand where the contexts were similar.</p> 2020-12-02T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248152 A Development of Model Temples on Dhamma Practice 2020-12-02T10:57:35+07:00 Phrakhruphisaipariyattikit (Kaen Ackhawanno/Phumfag) golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This research article has three objectives: 1) to study the history of the development of prototype temple under the Buddha’s wish in the Buddhist time, 2) to study the process of guidelines for the development of prototype temple under the Buddha’s wish in the Thai society and 3) to present the development of prototype temple under the Buddha’s wish. This is the mixed qualitative research. The data were collected by survey, observation, interview, using study area Data were collected by means of survey, observation and interview in three areas. The result of the research indicated that on according to the history of prototype temple under the Buddha’s wish, it has evolved from the Buddhist era, which is one of the religious bodies being to be the value as the three bases of meritorious action; generosity, morality and mental development of the four assemblies; Bhikkhu, Bhikkuni, Upasaka and Upasika. The temple is homestead, place of worship and various Buddhist religious ceremonies and Dharma practice by 9 prototype temples; Weruwanaram temple, Phrachetawan temple, Bupparam temple, Kositaram temple, Kukkutharam temple, Chiwakampawan temple, Nikrotharam temple, Pa Mahawan temple and Akkhawanchediwihan temple. The process of the development of prototype temple under the Buddha’s wish in the Thai society must is correct, complete according to the rules and regulations, both the principles of discipline and political rules. The Abbot who was govern and manage the temple to be in accordance with the discipline, Sangha rules, associations, rules, regulations and various activities according to the mission of Sangha, which include administration, religion, education, welfare education, propagation, public utility and welfare public. There are 6 ways of recommending to develop the prototype temple under the Buddha’s wish in the Thai society; 1. the arrangement of buildings and temple landscape management, 2. living learning resources management, 3. management of general cultural activities related to Buddhism, 4. management of environment that can speak to facilitate learning, 5. the cultural environmental management and 6. community involvement in various activities for the sake of the Buddhists and the prosperity of Buddhism forever.</p> 2020-12-02T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248153 Model of Development Family Institutionintegrative Buddhismbased 2020-12-02T13:12:55+07:00 Phrakhruphisonkitchathon (Thoetthun Dhammakamo/Choengernduen) golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>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. &nbsp;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.</p> 2020-12-02T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248154 History and Changes in Pin Peat Master Worshiping Ceremony 2020-12-02T14:04:30+07:00 Sophon Lawan golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Jatubhorn Srimuang golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The objectives of the article are to study history, background including changes of Pin Peat, and Pin Peat master worshiping ceremony of the royal court of Cambodia. The researcher applies qualitative research by collecting data in master worshiping ceremony 2016 of Cambodia at Secondary School of Fine Arts. Besides, the researcher collects more information at the Royal University of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The result of the study indicates that Pin Peat is originated from philosophers in the palace. There are two kinds of music were assembled. First, Pleng Pin which was called religious song or philosophers’ song in the past. Pleng Pin has originated since ‎Nakhonphanom era (Funan kingdom). Second, Kong Skor in the prehistoric of Khmer. From the word Kong Skor, Kong means gong and Skor means drum. The band aims to play for monarch war. When Pleng Pin and Kong Skor were assembled to play for religious activity and royal ceremony, hence it was called Pin Peat. On occasion of a royal ceremony, the master worshiping ceremony arranges every year. The ceremony originates from San Don Ta tradition ដូនតា aims to worship ancestor’s spirit. In ancient rituals, 33 songs are performed in the name of master worshiping ceremony. However, currently, focus on only the procedure of ceremony and remains 12 songs which were called minor worshiping ceremony. From changing of Pin Peat and worshiping ceremony because of wars. Culture and tradition have destroyed since the Angkorian period in A.D. 802, Colonial-era in A.D. 1860, and World War II in A.D. 1940 to presents. When Cambodia lost the war in the late Ayutthaya era, Pin Peat was owned by Ayutthaya before transfer back to Cambodia again about A.D. 1910. At present, Cambodia conserves art and cultural by basic education institutions and higher education institutions which are in charge of the government and royal court. Thus, Pin Peat and worshiping ceremony is still performing.</p> 2020-12-02T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/248155 Figure of Speech of Women in Kridsana Asoksin's Novel 2020-12-02T14:12:14+07:00 Suthathip Hangboon golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Somkiat Rakmanee golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Rujira Sengnet golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This article focus on study The figures of speech in Kridsana Asoksin’s novels. There are five features of figures of speech in Kridsana Asoksin’s novels: 17 forms of similes, namely comparing women with plants, animals, jewelry, nature,roles, utensils, toys, art, musical instruments, energy, kids, desserts, seasoning, female humansand non-humans, commodities, finery, and minerals; 11 forms of metaphors, namely comparingwomen with plants, animals, jewelry, nature, female humans and non-humans, commodities,books, utensils, medicines, elixirs of life, and foodstuff; 7 forms of symbols, namely plants,animals, jewelry, nature, female humans and non-humans, finery, and commodities; 3 forms ofreferences, namely novel characters, expressions, and some parts of the content; 2 forms of synecdoches, namely comparing women with different parts of the body and spirits</p> 2020-12-02T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c)