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    AU career satisfaction and engagement : academic year 2016 

    Institute for Research and Academic Services (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2016)
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    Convex Analysis for Meta Analysis 

    Martin Adamcik (Assumption University, 2017-01-06)
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    Determinants and Impacts of Internet Addiction on Well-being and Educational Adjustment of University Students 

    Parvathy Varma; Polthep Poonpol; Uree Cheasakul (Assumption University, 2017-07-18)

    The present research aimed to investigate the determinants and impacts on internet addiction on wellbeing and educational adjustment of Thai University students. The major purposes of this current study were (1) to establish the psychometric properties of the Thai translated questionnaires of parenting styles, self-regulation, educational adjustment and psychological well being in Thai settings; (2) to investigate the direct and indirect influences of parenting styles (authoritarian, ...
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    Determinants of Student-Lecturer Relationship and its Outcomes 

    Suppasit Sornsri; Bing Zhu (Assumption University, 2017-09-30)
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    The Development of Centella asiatica Extract-Loaded BSA Nanoparticles Production to Improve Bioavailability 

    Patchanee Yasurin (Assumption University)

    Centella asiatica cBao-bog) is used as a traditional drug widely in Asia. C. asiatica crude extracts showed excellent potential in-vitro but less or no in-vivo activity due to their poor lipid solubility or improper molecular size or both, resulting in poor absorption, poor dosing and poor bioavailability. The Bovine serum albumin cBSA) can attract macromolecular and carry wide variety of molecule. So this research was aimed to develop C. asiatica extract-loaded BSA nanoparticles cCBNP) to improve bioavailability. CBNP was prepared ...
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    Drug use/abuse: policies and policy implementation in higher education instituties in Bangkok 

    Preecha Methavasaraphak; Linchong Chorrojprasert; Narong Chumsupanwaree; Juthaporn Wannarat; Urai Chaktrimongkhol; Kanokporn Isarankura na Ayuthaya (Research Institute of Assumption University, 2009)

    The objectives of this study are to study policies and policies implementation concerning drug use/abuse among Higher Education Institutions (HEls) in Bangkok Metropolis, to study the operational processes of policies and measures concerning drug use/abuse among HEls, to study the current situation of drug use/abuse among HE!s, and to study problems and obstacles on drug prevention among HEls. Research methodologies and activities for this research were divided into three phases (Phase I: Brainstorming seminar, Phase II: In-depth interviews, and ...
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    Effect of encapsulation on Zymomonas mobilis survival rate from practical conditions and its levan polysaccharide production ability 

    Teeradate Kongpichitchoke (Assumption University, 2017-09)

    Bioethanol is one of the good sources of liquid energy for automobiles and industries. The bioethanol market has continued to grow rapidly in recent years. Thai government aims to increase ethanol consumption from 1.2 billion liters in 2015 to 3.3 billion liters by 2021 and up to 4.1 billion liters by 2036. Z. mobilis, a gram-negative bacterium, is considered as an alternative organism in large-scale fuel ethanol production. The bacterium Z. mobilis is a highly potent ethanol producer already used in industrial-scale ...
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    The Effect of Emotional Attachment on the Impulse Purchasing Behavior: A Case of TV Home Shopping 

    Nucharee Supatn (Assumption University, 2015-08)

    TV home shopping is one of marketing strategies under the direct response marketing paradigm. This strategy does not emphasize on the brand creation or using traditional marketing channels but it aims to attract the consumer emotionally while immediate purchase of the customers is expected. TV home shopping business is now expanding in Thai market. There are couple TV channels operating as the TV home shopping channels while several TV home shopping programs are presenting on many cable and free ...
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    Formation and stability study of flavor oil emulsions stabilized by polyglycerol esters and by sucrose esters 

    Suwimon Ariyaprakai (Assumption University, 2016-05)

    In this work, flavor oil emulsions contained 5 wt% oil and 0.75 wt% emulsifier were formulated by using different combinations between flavor oils and food emulsifiers. Orange oil (00), peppermint oil (PO), polyglycerol monostearate (PGE), and sucrose monostearate (SE) were employed to form emulsions by ultrasonic homogenization. Heat stability (storage at 100°C for 30 min) and freeze-thaw stability (storage at -20°C for 22 h. and at 30°C for 2 h.) of emulsions were investigated by observing droplets under a microscope, ...
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    Insight into internally displaced persons in Bangkok Metropolis, Thailand 

    Preecha Methavasaraphak; Chatchayodome Pulpol; Narong Chumsupanwaree; Juthaporn Wannarat; Jiraprapa Lakkam (Research Institute of Assumption University, 2010)

    This research study aims to explore ways of life of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Bangkok Metropolis, Thailand. The study focuses on three groups of IDPs; namely invaded community IDPs, under the bridge IDPs and homeless IDPs. In general, the IDPs have different backgrounds and places of origins, but share similar causes of displacement. The displacement is commonly resulted from the economic, social, and health-related factors. In some cases, the IDPs seek to escape from their so-called surrounding environment. Nowadays, the IDPs ...
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    A job placement survey of Assumption University Graduates: batch 42 

    Juthaporn Wannarat; Laphatsakorn Klaiwong (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2015)
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    A job placement survey of Assumption University Graduates: batch 43 

    Juthaporn Wannarat; Laphatsakorn Klaiwong (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2016)
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    A job placement survey of Assumption University Graduates: batch 44 

    Juthaporn Wannarat; Laphatsakorn Klaiwong (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2017-06)
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    Lexicon Development for Thai Dessert 

    Kamolnate Kitsawad (Assumption University, 2017-10)
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    Market employer satisfaction index of Assumption University's : graduates batch 44 

    Ratikorn Chuensuksomboon (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2017-07)
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    Market employer satisfaction index of Assumption University's graduates: academic year 2014 

    Ratikorn Chuensuksomboon (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2015)
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    Market employer satisfaction index of Assumption University's: graduate batch 43 

    Ratikorn Chuensuksomboon (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2016)

    The research on Market Employers Satisfaction Index of Assumption University's Graduates Batch 43 aimed to study by survey method on AU's performance depend on Thailand Quality Framework of ONESQA--Market Employer. The result of this research might help AU to better know its status from the points of view of its stakeholders as well as provide a guideline to develop its weak aspects in order to be competent and excellent and to improve itself to be better known in academic industry. The results of the survey in every respondents were that the ...
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    The Moderating Roles of Organizational Learning and Strategic Flexibility on Marketing Strategic Change and Business Performance: Evidence from Firms in Thailand 

    Amonrat Thoumrungroje (Assumption University, 2016-01)

    Owing to the inconclusive results of prior studies on the strategic change-firm performance relationship, this paper extends the marketing strategy literature by specifically investigating the marketing strategic change phenomenon in a non-Western emerging economy. An emerging market context is of particular interest given that little is known about it while generating half of global GDP based on the IMF's World Economic Outlook in 2014. Unconventional to the existing stream of research, ...
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    Preventing risks related to population displacements : defining models of educational action in Cambodia 

    Preecha Methavasaraphak (Research Institute of Assumption University, 2015)

    This research focuses on living conditions before and after relocation of 'displaced' people in two communities with 1,700 families (around 6,800 people) in Phnom Phenh, Cambodia: Bhumi Andong Community and Bhumi San Sok Community. People of these two communities are different in their origin. However, due to their non-Cambodian citizenship (permanent immigrant status) they suffer similar problems before and after relocation. Before relocation their main problems are-illegal encroachment of public land, unhealthy living conditions, short notice ...
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    Preventing risks related to population displacements : defining models of educational action in Thailand 

    Preecha Methavasaraphak (Research Institute of Assumption University, 2015)

    This research focuses on the process of group/ community formation and intervention programs to improve life quality, minimize associated social problems, and prevent related risks of the displaced population in Bangkok, Thailand. This research classifies the displaced population aforementioned into two groups: the displaced in congested community, and the homeless. Their common problems are: the lack of evidences of Thai citizenship, unfair treatment, landlessness, insecurity in life, unemployment, insufficient income, inaccess ibility to ...