The Factors That Cause Conflict to Thai and Immigrant Workers in Refractory Industrial: Case Study of Interfirebrick Refractory CO.,LTD.

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Narit Rusmicharoen

Abstract

This research aimed to study factors of stereotype idea, internal conflict and nationalism, which affect conflict by using data of a sample group to study the workers of Interfirebrick Refractory Co., Ltd. This samples group was 30 people of Thai and immigrant workers. In this research, questionnaires had been used to create data analysis by averages in percentage, standard deviation and hypotheses testing with regression analysis.


               From the result of the research, it found that the majority of research participants were Thai workers, who had been an educational level at primary school and have been working for
8-10 years as junior staffs. Firstly, for average data analysis of stereotype idea, it was in moderate level. Secondly, for average data analysis of internal conflict and nationalism, there are in low level. Lastly, for analysis of factors of stereotype idea, internal conflict and nationalism, it found that the majority does not cause conflict, except for some items in stereotype idea, which are ideas of age and education.

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Rusmicharoen, N. (2020). The Factors That Cause Conflict to Thai and Immigrant Workers in Refractory Industrial: Case Study of Interfirebrick Refractory CO.,LTD. ARU Research Journal Humanities and Social Sciences, 7(1), 89-94. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rdi-aru/article/view/241507
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