Browsing by Subject "Mediation"
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Impact of Perceived Usefulness on Attitude of members for having Christian Church’s website in Thailand - A Moderated Mediation Model (Web Technology eJournal, 2020)
The purpose of the study was to evaluate the online presence of Christian churches in Thailand, and to test the influence of perceived usefulness of Church’s website on the attitude of members to have or improve the website. A sample survey was conducted throughout the Kingdom of Thailand from July 2019 to February 2020 and data were collected from 400 churches without discriminating the online presence or not. Finally, the data set of 177 churches, comprising 335 respondents, having online presence were used for analysis. The theoretical base ...
A study of online presence of Christian churches in Thailand-development of a model for e-Learning content (2020)
Technology changes so fast that it has had a resounding effect on every service organization as well as educational institutions. Every service sector has now improved and advanced to a level where there has been a positive shift for the needs of their clients. If a particular institution falls short in adapting to new technological change it may find itself in a powerless or in a marginalized position. ELearning has definitely emerged as a powerful option globally as knowledge dissemination is no longer limited to traditional classrooms. The ...
(คณะนิติศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยอัสสัมชัญ, 2561)
This article is an additional to the major contents of the doctoral thesis of the author which aims at the pros and cons of med-arb in international commercial arbitration. Mediation and arbitration are alternative dispute settlement mechanisms, which have slightly different characteristics, but they are used in combination in many countries around the world, including Canada, the United States, China, Hong Kong and other civil law jurisdictions and known as both “Med-Arb” and “Arb-Med”, depending on which process was initiated first. ...