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    Photojournalism: Journalistic Reality and Necessity 

    Kasbekar, Sushama (2016)

    Aylan Kurdi, a three year old Syrian boy’s image carried on the front pages of newspapers and magazines in September 2015 was enough to stop the world in its tracks. It embodied the ravages of the Syrian war which has made headlines in newspapers and in the mass media in the past few years. Photo journalism is “Journalism in which written copy is subordinate to pictorial presentation of news stories or in which a high proportion of pictorial presentation is used, is broadly news photography” according to Miriam Webster’s dictionary. News photography ...
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    Proud ponting leaves behind towering legacy 

    เกรียงสิน ประสงค์สุกาญจน์ (Bangkok Post, 2012-12-09)
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    ‘River’ or ‘Liver’? Exploring the Intelligibility of Thai’s (Mis)pronunciation of English ‘r’ and ‘l’ 

    Nussara Wadsorn; Supakorn Panichkul (2014)

    The establishment of ASEAN Community has in recent years brought about a number of studies related to English as a Lingua Franca (ELF). Most studies address the issues of mutual intelligibility of English used among the speakers in the Region, and those who will need to communicate with them. Jenkins, in 2000, proposed the Lingua Franca Core (LFC), i.e., the pronunciation features that are crucial for intelligibility required for effective communication. Included among those features are the correct pronunciation of all consonants except /θ/ and ...
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    Stop scheme and cut losses 

    Srinath, Ram Nath (Bangkok Post, 2013-06-09)
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    Student response to written corrective feedback 

    Arlan A. Parreno (2014)

    Student response, in terms of attention/awareness, actions, and attitudes, to written corrective feedback (WCF) is believed to influence the effectiveness of such feedback. To determine how Thai university students respond to WCF and whether there were differences in their responses to three common types of WCF, a survey was conducted. Three sections of a foundation academic English course were involved, each receiving consistent focused WCF – one section with direct corrective feedback, another with indirect corrective feedback, and the third ...
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    Teaching Business Chinese Translation to Thai Undergraduates: Problems, Difficulties and Implications 

    Ping, Xu (2015)

    This research aims to (1) identify common problems and potential difficulties Thai undergraduates faced when they practicing their translation skills from Thai to Chinese, (2) examine Thai students’ perceptions on their knowledge and skill; and (3) investigate Thai students’ feedback on Thai-Chinese translation teaching materials and teaching methods. Based on the literature review, a 20-item survey was designed. The questionnaire’s Cronbach’s Alpha reliability is .868 (>.70). At the first semester of academic year 2014, the survey was ...
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    Thai University Academics' Challenges of Writing for Publication in English 

    Sureepong Phothongsunan (2016)

    This study examines challenges faced by Thai university lecturers with regards to publishing their academic works in English. 18 academics from two university settings in Thailand were involved in this investigation. The interviews were used to understand the lecturers’ perceptions of the issues in writing for scholarly publication in the English language. Particularly, the aim of the research sought to discover what hindrances Thai university academics experienced and how they handled them. In addition, their needs for successful publishing were ...
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    Written corrective feedback impact on grammatical accuracy in L2 writing: a quantitative and qualitative look 

    Arlan Parreno (2015)

    This quasi-experimental study examined the efficacy of the three types of written corrective feedback (WCF), namely, direct, indirect and coded WCF, and the no-correction approach. A diary study on student responses to WCF was also conducted. The one-semester investigation involved 68 Thai students in an undergraduate English course. Results showed that the three WCF types had significantly better revision effects than the no-correction approach, but only the coded WCF produced significant delayed effect. However, analyses of diary entries suggested ...
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    พลิกโฉมสังคมไทยในยุคโลกาภิวัตน์กับกระบวนการพัฒนาปัญญาตามหลักพระพุทธศาสนา 

    ปิยะนันท์ สโรบล (2561)

    โลกในยุคการสื่อสารเทคโนโลยี ก่อให้เกิดผลกระทบต่อสังคมไทยเป็นอย่างมาก การพัฒนาตนเองเพื่อเข้าสู่ กระบวนการศึกษาพัฒนาปัญญาตามหลักอริยมรรคจึงมีบทบาทสำคัญในการปรับสมดุลให้สังคมไทยสามารถรับมือกับการเปลี่ยนแปลงต่าง ๆ ที่เกิดขึ้นได้อย่างชาญฉลาด เนื่องจากการพัฒนาปัญญานี้ ส่งเสริมให้บุคคล รู้หลักในการคิด เข้าใจปัญหาแท้จริง มองปัญหาเป็น คิดเป็น และวางท่าทีได้ เหมาะสม ต่อบุคคลและสิ่งทั้งหลายที่เกี่ยวข้องสัมพันธ์ จุดเริ่มต้น ของกระบวนการศึกษาทางปัญญาตามหลักอริยมรรคนี้ คือ การมีสัมมาทิฏฐิ การมีความคิดเห็น ความเชื่อที่ถูกต้อง และมองเห็นความเป็นไปของสิ่งหลายตามกฎธรรมดา ...
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    มหึมาข้อมูล 

    Unknown author (MicroComputer Magazine, 2012-08-27)