• Udomsak Cheawchan กรมวิชาการเกษตร
  • Wacharin Intaprom Program in Public Administration, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, PhranakhonRajabhat University
  • Wanida Siriworasakul Program in Public Administration, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, PhranakhonRajabhat University


Keywords: Model, Development, Network, Thai Phuan Community


This research aimed to study 1) The effectiveness of the management of Thai Phuan Community network 2) A model of the management of Thai Phuan community network, Pak Phli district, Nakhon Nayaok province. The research utilized the mixed methods of qualitative and quantitative. For the qualitative methodology, the tool used was the interview with 21 key informants. The obtained data was analyzed with study point analysis. For the quantitative methodology, the tool was questionnaires asking 400 villagers of Ko Wai sub-district, Pak Phli district, Nakhon Nayok province. Statistics used were frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation and Pearson’s Correlation Coefficient.      

           Research results: 1) The management of Thai Phuan community network was found at high level (=4.13) The villagers were found to use local dialect in communication. The community is living in harmony and helping each other. 2) The factors helping in the success of the management  of Thai Phuan community network were found at high level (=4.12) Various activities were implemented to continuously promote the network. Social issues were raised in the network so the villagers helped in finding proper solutions. Other crucial factors were: good leadership; clear allocation of tasks; systematic planning for the network; encouraging the participation from the community to help preserve Thai Phuan culture and tradition. 3) A proper model for the management of Thai Phuan community network, Pak Phli district, Nakhon Nayok province, was found in this study. The local community has united in solving problems of the community and surveying the need of the villagers. They are working together to find proper solutions to all problems. They set clear plans for actions including problem analysis; planning; monitoring and follow-up. They aimed to strengthen their Thai Phuan community for the sustainable development.



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How to Cite

Cheawchan, U., Intaprom, W., & Siriworasakul, W. (2021). DEVELOPING THAI PHUAN COMMUNITY NETWORK, PAK PHLI DISTRICT, NAKHON NAYOK PROVINCE. Academic Journal Phranakhon Rajabhat University, 12(1), 185–202. Retrieved from



บทความวิจัย (Research Article)