Proceedings of the 3rd National and International Conference on Education Research and Social Development, 27-28 April 2017, Rangsit University, Pathum Thani, Thailand
Presents a keynote speech on a framework to study local democracy and social welfare of local administration and 25 papers proceeding to the 3rd National and International Conference on Education Research and Social Development. Covers studies on educational aspects, such as students’ dressing behaviors, infirmary and informational material services for undergraduate students, gaps in service quality of information system provided between students and staff in a private university, undergraduate students’ recognition and understanding of the Computer-related Crime Act (No. 2) 2017, implementation of songs as an English skill enhancer for secondary and vocational students, factors effecting numbers of future postgraduates, and competence of Chinese teachers in Bangkok and their teaching challenges. Includes behavioral studies in Information technology (IT) and business context, for instance, organizations’ internal communication behaviors through social media applications, buyer decision of “Gunpla” among Facebook shoppers, purchase decision on organic vegetables, market opinions towards life insurance of Kasikorn bank, digital weapon, and Thailand and International cooperation on cyber security. Looks at state agencies’ performances and community –related issues, including control of entertainment venues in Thonglor police station’s responsible area, organizational commitments and job performance of the National Anti-Corruption Commission, pre-sentence investigation for foreign offenders in Thai probation system, community participation in waste reduction in the Huai Mae Priang Initiative Development Projects , job burnout in Thailand’s Public Warehouse Organization, community understanding of Dengue Fever prevention and control, social fear of crime in Surat Thani provincial police station’s service area, management of Klong Yai Special Border Economic Zone in Trat province, and a comparative study on options embedded convertible bonds versus exchange traded options.