The objectives of this research were (1) to study faculty members' opinions toward faculty administration in Dharmacracy and (2) to study the differences of personal factors in faculty members' opinions toward faculty administration in Dharmacracy. The research samples were 250 Rangsit University faculty members. The data collection tool was a questionnaire. The data was analyzed via descriptive statistics which were frequency, percentage, means, and standard deviation to describe and summarize the data. Analysis of Variances (ANOVA) was used to study the differences between independent variables and dependent variables. The statistical difference was set at 0.05. The results showed that most of the samples were female, aged between 31-40 years, employed in a teaching position, educated at the master degree level, with work experience between 5-9 years, and associated with the faculty of business administration. The understanding level of Dharmacracy was at the mean of 4.28 out of 5, rated as very understanding. The level of opinions toward the faculty administration in Dharmacracy was at the mean of 3.94 out of 5, rated as agreed. Differences in personal factors, work experience, and faculties statistically significantly affected the opinions toward faculty administration in Dharmacracy.
Nakamol Chansom, Rangsit University, Thailand
Kessara Supayont, Rangsit University, Thailand
Stream: Education and Technology: Teaching
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