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Title: Quality of Life of Thai People, A Socio-Economic Analysis Comparision with Each Province and Region, 1996
Authors: Luengnimitrmas, Maitree
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Source: Maitree Luengnimitrmas (1998) Quality of Life of Thai People, A Socio-Economic Analysis Comparision with Each Province and Region, 1996.
The study of Thai Quality of Life, a socio-economic analysis comparision with each province and region. Quality of life is a good status that one would satify during a period of time. This study consider in terms of quantity in population, economic, education, physical environment, and health which which get involve with life style during that period. Data of this study is crossectional data in 1996 by collecting these data from National Statistical Statistical Office and The Office of the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Public Health. This study is comparision in each province and region as a unit of analysis and all sampling are 76 provinces and 6 regions. Technic of this study id Factor Analysis by using principle components since the study need co-factors and oblique rotation. The result of the Thai Quality of Life in socio-economic views are divided by four factor. The first factor is population and republic health including medicle governer, asset, physical environment, and population. The second factor is injuries and mortality including accident, income and morbidity. The fourth factor is socio-economic including consumer, education, mental disorders and water. While the comparative of the quality of life we could determine in each province that Bangkok is the highest of quality of life and the lowest of quality of life is Yasothorn. And the quality of life in each region we could determine that the Central Region is the highest of quality of life and lowest of quality of life is the Northern Region. Also, when compare quality of life of thai people in Socio-Economic view in 1979 and 1996. Trad was the the highest quality of life in 1979 and Bangkok was the highest quality of life in 1996.
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