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2023: The Construction of Media Literacy Course for Thai Elderly Through Participatory Processes

The widespread of misinformation and disinformation through media and the negative effects of media consumption on elderly’s well-being have pointed to the necessity of creating a media literacy course suitable for Thai elderly and can be taught by the elderly themselves so that it can be easily applied in all areas of Thailand. The objective […]

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2023: When fake news comes with translation: A study of perception toward coronavirus-related news translation into Thai

Narongdej Phanthaphoommee Theeraphong Boonrugsa Singhanat Nomnian This paper aims to investigate how coronavirus-related fake news as a result of translation is perceived in the Thai context. Using the framework of truth criteria to guide the online questionnaire and focus group, the researchers gathered the different perspectives of three age groups: Group 1 aged 19–38, Group

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2023: Incomplete translation as a conduit for fake news: A case of coronavirus-related news

While scholars from various fields have pioneered studies of fake news and its consequences, there is currently a scarcity of literature on fake news and translation. The present paper aims to investigate the phenomenon of fake news as a product of translation in the Thai context. Using a discourse analysis approach to translation studies to

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2021: Communication Etiquette for Thais’ Usage of Social Media

Cultural changes in the era of globalization, especially in the area of communication etiquette for Thais’ usage of social media, are following a revolutionary technology. The freedom to use social media without limits leads to inappropriate communication according to Thai culture. This research therefore aimed to study the behavior and etiquette of communication in social

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2020: Elderly Use of Risk-Free Media: Creating Media Literate Elderly Health Communicators

This research aims to 1) developmedia and digital literacy skillsamongelderly people, 2) empowerelderly people’s sense of self-worththrough becoming well-being communicatorswho can create the right media for their community and change society for the better, 3) gain knowledge about how to develop active aging citizens to becoming elderly media-literate well-being communicatorsin Thai society. This research applied

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2020: Approaches for building media, information and digital literate society: when “inclusive city” can be a “medium” and “message” for change.

This article analyses the concept of inclusive city extracted from the evaluation project “Assessments of Strategic Work towards Social Movement on Media, Information, Digital and Literacy” (MIDL) under the Child and Youth Media Institute (CYMI). The project employs an observation method to collect data from primary sources and documentary analysis to gather information from previous

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2020: Media, Information and Digital Literacy: “Concept” and “Tool” for Developing Media Literate Children and Youths Citizenship

Media, Information and Digital Literacy: “Concept” and “Tool” for Developing Media Literate Children and Youths Citizenship is article analyses and synthesizes the way in which Media, Information and Digital Literacy (MIDL) was employed to develop media literate citizens in the aspect of personal responsibility, participation, and justice orientation amongst Thai children and youths, which was

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2018: Promotion of Thai “value and dignity” of the elderly in the urban society

The objectives of this research were to: 1) survey the value and dignity of the elderly in the highly dynamic urban society; 2) survey the situation of families in the  urban  society  that  affect  the  value  and  dignity  of  the  elderly;  and  3) analyze guidelines for promoting the value and dignity of the elderly in

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2015: Buddhist social networks and health in old age: A study in central Thailand

Kwanchit Sasiwongsaroj Taizo Wada Kiyohito Okumiya Hissei Imai Yasuko Ishimoto Ryota Sakamoto Michiko Fujisawa Yumi Kimura Wen-ling Chen Eriko Fukutomi Kozo Matsubayashi Abstract Aim Religious social networks are well known for their capacity to improve individual health, yet the effects of friendship networks within the Buddhist context remain largely unknown. The present study aimed to

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2014: Buddhist temple: A religious capital approach for preparing Thailand toward the aging society

Saowapa Pornsiripongse Kwanchit Sasiwongsaroj Patcharin Ketjamnong Thailand is experiencing a rapid increase in older population. The phenomenon has attracted the attention of various sectors in order to develop suitable guidelines to accommodate this situation. The objective of this chapter is to propose an alternative for the care of older persons by analyzing the plausibility of

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