Problems and Conditional Factors Created the Learning Process based on Approach of Temple and Civil State to Establish the Happiness and Strength Community

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Boonmee Totum , Sanya Kenaphoom


The civil state refers to people, communities, and civil society playing an important role in local, social, and national development, referring to the concept of managing and developing the country actively and continuously applying the principles of public participation at all levels or that every part of society, both the government and the public sector Continuously join as a partner for national development. Therefore, this research paper aims to study problems and conditional factors of communities in building a learning process according to the approach of Temple and civil state to create happiness for the strength of the community. This research was a qualitative research that studied community in Dong Fah Huan Botanical Garden area, Ubon Ratchathani Province. The data were collected from in-depth interviews with 12 key informants, and 15 participants in small group discussions, which were obtained using a purposive method. The data was analyzed by using content analysis and writing descriptive narratives. The research found that (1) community problems consisted of transportation inconvenience, lack of water supply in dry season, lack of knowledge and use of modern technology in agriculture, problem of access to natural resources, household debt, lack of Occupation outside the farming season, good local wisdom culture, villagers begin to disappear. (2) The conditional factors that lead to learning include strong leadership, shared goals, gaining support from both public / private / and civil society organizations, community organizations that drive activities, have strong social and cultural capital, and the community's ability to adapt to the external environment.

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