Vol. 16, No 1, 2016
January – March, 2016
https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.201601
ISSN 2539-6102

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Factors affecting Thai rubber farmer production and marketing in the western province of Kanchanaburi

Narisa Thongtrai, Thamrong Mekhora, Phanuphan Prapatikul, Kobchai Worapimwong, Anuporn Suwannawajokkasikit, Teeyaporn Kaewtavee, Tanyaporn Chaiyaporn, Wasan Chunhavijitta, Vinyu Chomkatok, and Buncha Somboonsuke

https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.20160101

 

 

4 – 18

 

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Free train transportation in Thailand: A financial SWOT analysis on its social impact

Puris Sornsaruht and Samart Deebhijarn

https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.20160102

19 – 48

 

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A structural equation model of factors affecting Thai tea grower enterprises in Chiang Mai’s Mae Taeng Pa Pae Subdistrict

Ladda Pinta and Surachai Utama-ang

https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.20160103

49 – 80

 

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An analysis of the needs and problems in Thailand agriculture education

Tossapone Ruamchimplee, Pakkapong Poungsuk, Nopakoon Siriwan, and Sataporn Deeying

https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.20160104

81 – 92

 

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Scaffolding method effects on English reading comprehension of vocational certificate students at Thailand’s Ratchaburi College of Agriculture and Technology

Renuka Noowattana and Patcharee Muangnakin

https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.20160105

93 – 115

 

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Using the Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy (PSE) in high school agricultural teaching in Northeastern (Isan) Thailand

Pakkapong Poungsuk, Nawarat Pourpan and Phaitoon Thongsuk

https://doi.org/10.29139/aijss.20160106

AIJSS Editorial Team Board

116 – 127

 

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