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    Education Journey for Graduate Students: Assumption University 

    Assumption University. Office of Graduate Studies (2021-06-09)
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    Assumption University Receiving COVID-19 Vaccination 

    Assumption University. Office of Human Resource Management (2021-06-14)
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    AU collaborating with APHEIT: A Sustainable Way towards a New Life with Health Model Project 

    Assumption University. Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs (2021-06-14)
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    Birthday Celebration of Her Majesty Queen Suthida Bajrasudhabimalalakshana 

    Assumption University. Office of Thai Art and Culture; Assumption University. Office of Vice President for Student Affairs (2021-06-02)
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    Inequality in the Era of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development 

    Chatelier, Glen; Voicu, Ioan (2020)

    The article contains a detailed analysis of the topic "Inequality in the era of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development", as considered during the 74th session of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) which was held from 11 to 16 May 2018 at the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok. Special attention is paid to the fundamental nature of this topic, as evidenced by the debates dedicated to it, to the specificity of ESCAP as a regional diplomatic forum, as well as to potential solutions and realistic prosp...
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    Developing possible strategies for academic achievement improvement of hospitality and tourism management students in Nigeria a study of Kwara State University 

    Fagbolu, Olukemi Adedokun; Fallon, Julia (Assumption University Press, 2021)

    This paper focuses on developing possible strategies for improving the academic achievement of hospitality and tourism management (HTM) students in Nigeria. The main purpose is to generate a close match between the degree awards of graduating students and the HTM employment available in the country. This participatory action research and survey feedback study was conducted between 2014 and 2018, employing a mixed method approach, consisting of both qualitative and quantitative methods. Quantitative data are presented using bar charts, with the ...
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    High School Students’ Educational Tour of Assumption University 

    Assumption University. Office of University Registrar (2021-04-07)
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    AU Songkran Celebration 2021 

    Assumption University. Office of Thai Art and Culture (2021-04-08)
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    Library's Co-working Space for Ph.D. Students 

    Assumption University. Assumption University Library (2020-08-19)
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    High School Students' Educational Tour of AU Suvarnabhumi Campus' Sports Facilities 

    Assumption University. Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs (2021-03-25)
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    Endorsement of Presidential Candidates of AU Student Organization (AUSO) 

    Assumption University. Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs (2021-02-25)
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    TEDxAssumptionU-the 2nd Season of TEDx Talk at Assumption University 

    Assumption University. Student Organization; Assumption University. Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs (2021-02-27)
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    AU Becomes a Partner of “CHANG-AMG Thailand Junior Golf Tour 2021” 

    Assumption University. Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs (2021-02-22)
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    Towards healthier choices: an investigation into sugar label design 

    Panjarat Phumpradab; Pavitra Jindahra (Assumption University Press, 2020)

    A pandemic of obesity and diabetes is intensifying in every country, posing a serious challenge to public health and consumer well-being. In order to generate benefits and cost-savings in healthcare, sugar labeling policies are sometimes used in an attempt to nudge consumers towards healthier food choices. Consequently, this research examines how sugar label design would be best implemented for curbing unhealthy choices, by investigating the effect of label designs used for displaying the sugar limit information which underpins consumer respons...
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    Millennial consumers' purchase intention for eco-fashion apparel: a study from Southern China 

    Zhu, Bing (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2021)

    This study attempts to understand the role of value perceptions and environmental attitudes in influencing millennial consumers’ intentions to buy eco-fashion apparel in Southern China. A total of 385 questionnaire responseswere collected in Nanning via snowball sampling and convenience sampling techniques. The PLS-SEM method was applied to evaluate the data. The findings show that status value presents the strongest relationship with environmental attitude (β=.308, t=7.209, p<.01), followed by uniqueness val...
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