The Development of Resilience Quotient (Rq) Promotional Model to Apply for the Flooded Community by Using the Community Participation Activity, Case Study District, Lampang Province


This research had the objectives to analyze the resilience quotient (RQ) promotional method, develop the RQ promotion format for flooded communities to be used to promote the RQ of flooded communities and to assess the RQ promotional operations for flooded communities in Mueang Lampang district, Lampang province. The research sample group consisted of three RQ specialists from the provincial hospital, 10 flood victims from Mueang Lampang district, Lampang province, 30 academicians specialized and possessed experiences in RQ, 10 RQ experts and 40 villagers from flooded communities in Mueang Lampang district, Lampang province. The research tools consisted of a content analysis form, an interview form, a questionnaire, a behavioral observatory form, focus group discussion and the RQ assessment Test of the Mental Health Department, Ministry of Public Health. The statistics used in analyzing the data were percentage, means, standard deviation and t-test. The results of the research found that in the development of the RQ format for flooded communities, the model for the promotion of RQ consisted of 7 facets: Practice; Resilience; Open Heart; Make Friends; Objectives; Think and Emotion. The development of format created RQ promotional activity set called ‘Immunity from Community Power’ consisted of five smaller activities: Telling negative stories and finding way-out; Heart onto heart; Ten thousand friends; Thought provoking clips and Guiding cards. After using the developed set to promote RQ for the flooded victims, it was found that the villagers had increased RQ after doing the activity set 17.98%: the highest was

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Ammaret Netasit, Lampang Rajabhat University, Thailand

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Conference: ECP2014
Stream: Psychology and Education

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