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    Factors influencing online purchase intention 

    Thanawan Phongsatha; Vivittawin Jirawoottirote (2018)

    : Nowadays, the popularity of the Internet usage is growing in all businesses, shopping is not excluded. People have changed the way they shop from off line to online. As such, consumer behavior should be explored since the technology especially the Internet has become the mainstream of people lives. Therefore, the research was aimed to determine whether Perceived Usefulness (PU), Perceived Ease Of Use (PEOU), and Perceived Risks (PR) has influenced online purchase intention of customers. These three factors were considered when people would ...
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    An analysis of quality assurance in elearning: course management level 

    Naree Achwarin (2018)

    The purpose of the study was to examine concepts and principles of quality assurance in eLearning for course management level. The author reviewed, and analyzed the existing literatures, researches and case studies, particularly emphasized on quality assurance in eLearning process that relevant to the course management system, especially in course production process and delivery of eLearning. This study highlights an important view of the application of quality assurance concepts and principle through eLearning at course management level. ...
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    DRIVERS OF INTENTIONS TO PURCHASE SHRIMP PRODUCTS IN SWITZERLAND 

    Suthasinee Saesoo (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2018)

    The drivers of intention to purchase towards local shrimps products in Switzerland was conducted to examine the relationship between variables; attitude towards local shrimp consumption, attitude towards supporting local agri-business, consumer ethnocentrism, subjective norms, and intention to purchase. In this study, Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA) was applied. One hundred of respondents were asked to complete the questionnaire. Then, the process of analyzing the data was taken. All six hypotheses were tested by Pearson Correlation ...
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    BARRIERS TO TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION FOR TEACHERS IN THAI- CURRICULUM SCHOOLS 

    Wachirawut Bobby Veerathanongdech (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2018)

    Education reform with technology use has been in the works since the 1997 Constitution of Thailand, but Thai student achievement has not improved overall. This research investigates any influence of Technology Integration barriers that are external and internal to the teacher, on their intention to integrate technology in the classroom. 105 teachers of Thai- curriculum schools were sampled, and their data was collected by Technology Integration Barrier Survey (TIBS). Multiple Linear Regression was used to find relationships between ...
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    AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF DETERMINANTS DRIVING M-COMMERCE ADOPTION IN THAILAND 

    Ployrawee Yingcharoen (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2018)

    This empirical analysis evaluates the impact and correlation among various determinants including social influence, trust, cost, perceived enjoyment, personal innovativeness, perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, attitude towards m-commerce, and intention to adopt m-commerce in Thailand. The survey method was applied by using 400 of online questionnaires to obtain the primary data from participants. The target population is people who are living in Thailand and have the experience in using m-commerce at least one time. It was ...
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    The karen peoples of Myanmar: an examination of issues Surrounding Karen Communities in Myanmar and the application and implementation of human rights principles and laws 

    Mendiolaza, Gustavo A. (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2018)

    This paper explores the current and past practices of the government of Myanmar in its attempts to disenfranchise and disempower the sizeable minority of Karen peoples. The Karen, constituting a large community that stretches predominately over the two countries of Thailand and Myanmar is often overlooked because of the lack of readily available information regarding Myanmar in general and the Karen in particular. This paper views the issues that surround the Karen and the human rights violations they have suffered in the past 70 years ...
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    Factors related to insurance purchase intention in Thailand 

    Santi Krajaechun; Piyathida Praditbatuga (2019)

    The objective of this study was to determine the factors that influence consumer purchase intention towards (non-life) insurance in Thailand, based on the Theory of Reasoned Action model (Fishbein & Ajzen, 1980). Data were collected via questionnaires applying convenience sampling method. Five hundred sets of questionnaires were distributed to Thai citizens in Bangkok and nearby who would like to purchase non-life insurance policy once the reliability and validity of the instrument were established. A total of 385 questionnaires were completed ...
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    An examination of foreign policy strategies of middle powers during great competition: a case study of Thailand's strategic hedging between a dominant USA and ascending China 

    Mandiolaza, Gustavo A. (2019)

    Recent years has seen confusion in the international political system as the hegemony of the U.S. has waned while China’s international influence has dramatically increased. This change to the status quo from a unipolar system immediately after the Cold War to a bipolar or multipolar system has compelled states in the Asia region to formulate strategies in response to this change. The three typical strategies available to a state are what is referred to as bandwagoning, balancing, and this article’s focus; hedging. In the case of Thailand, ...
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    A study of intention to use and to recommend a file transfer services to other users in Thailand 

    Sukrita Intraporn (2019)

    This empirical analysis evaluates the correlation among various determinants including usefulness, communication, customer value, satisfaction, reputation, trust, commitment, and intention to use and to recommend the online file transfer services in Thailand. For this work, the researcher conducted the survey method online questionnaire to obtain the primary data from participants. The details of the sample are provided in Table-2. Twelve hypotheses were tested by using Pearson Correlation Coefficient and Multiple Regression. Ten hypotheses ...
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    A case study of the schoology LMS at Assumption College English Program 

    Androsoff, Andrei; Satha Phongsatha (2019)

    Blended learning (BL) is a major educational trend that uses technology to enhance and complement traditional classroom learning, and may help Thailand achieve educational goals of the “Thailand 3.0” policy. Foreign teachers at Assumption College English Program (ACEP), a private K-12 school near Bangkok, have adopted Schoology Basic, a free learning management system (LMS) to support teaching and learning for all of their courses. This qualitative study used questionnaires and interviews to gather data on the usage, satisfaction and ...
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    Correlation between foreign English second language(ESL) teachers' reasons to teach in Thailand and Thai students perceptions towards ESL teachers 

    Rigter, Bart L. M. B. (Assumption University Press, 2020)

    Careful attention should be given to the individual motivations of foreign native and non-native ESL teachers wanting to teach a variety of subjects using the English language as the language of instruction at Thai educational organizations. Schools should, apart from looking at the basic qualifications of a teacher, also look at what are the motivational factors which drives the teacher to teach in Thailand. The motivational factors which are the driving force behind the teacher, will influence the student’s approval rates of the teacher, ...
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    Perceptions and attitudes of upper Myanmar students and parents towards online learning: a case study of an internationa school in Mandalay during the COVID-19 pandemic 

    Garton, Michael; Athipat Cleesuntorn (2021)

    The aim of this study was to analyse and compare students’ and parents’ perceptions and attitudes towards online learning. The research took place at an international school in Mandalay, currently undergoing a period of online learning due to the Covid-19 pandemic. A seeming widespread disinclination towards this form of instruction lead to a focus on perceptions and attitudes and use of the Technology Acceptance Model. The reason for comparing the generations was to determine whether students, ‘digital natives’, would take more readily to online ...