Jermsittiparsert K.,Rangsit University |
Jermsittiparsert K.,Kasetsart University |
Akahat N.,Kasetsart University |
Akahat N.,Kalasin Rajabhat University
Research Journal of Applied Sciences | Year: 2016
While students in higher education have become a trending sample group for researches on fear of crime in academic circles of international affairs in areas of criminology, hardly any concerning research in case of Thailand has been carried out. This research therefore intends to explore the level of fear of crime, attitude toward seriousness of crimes, along with causes there of in Kalasin Rajabhat University among the students as well as conducting comparative analysis and testing correlation between the level of fear of crime and personal factors and prior experience and awareness of crime in Kalasin Rajabhat University by quantitative research methodology; utilising a questionnaire to gather data from 400 samples of undergraduates of Kalasin Rajabhat University. The result has revealed that the majority of the respondents were female of average age 20, single with monthly income between 5,001 -10,000 Baht, considered their physical health as great, highly involved with factors of campus social networks and trusted in public institutions as well as perceived risk of victimisation on campus at marginal levels. During past 12 months, most of the respondents had never experienced crime by themselves had no relative or any close friend who had experience crime or even acknowledged any crime within Kalasin Rajabhat University. The respondents considered occurrences of crime in Kalasin Rajabhat University as infrequent, caused by alcohol sales and had a low overall fear of crime. The comparative analysis of level of fear of crime among Kalasin Rajabhat University students by gender, age, marital status, crime experience and perception of crime in Kalasin Rajabhat University has pointed out varying degrees of fear of crime. Also, the test of correlation between levels of fear has revealed a relationship between the confidence in public institutions and perceived risk of victimisation on campus. © Medwell Journals, 2016.
Sommool W.,Kalasin Rajabhat University |
Wongmeekeaw T.,Kasetsart University |
Auksornsak W.,Kasetsart University
2015 8th International Conference on Ubi-Media Computing, UMEDIA 2015 - Conference Proceeedings | Year: 2015
Recently, laboratory classes of computer network courses are very important in order to enhance students' learning and activities, therefore, these classes need to establish a suitable laboratory where each student can connect network devices to configure and test functions within different network topologies. In this study, we build a Virtualization-Based Laboratory (VBLab) for facilitating networking equipment in laboratory class. Following the development of the proposed system, an experimental survey was collected from 82 undergraduate students of Department of Computer and Information Science in 2013-2014. Afterwards, we used the TAM model as a framework to explore variables that may influence students' intention to use VBLab. The partial least squares (PLS) was used to analyze data. The research results show that hypotheses are almost supported, which indicates that the variables influence students' intention to use VBLab. Finally, we discuss the implications of our findings for future development of the VBLab. © 2015 IEEE.
Hwang W.-Y.,National Central University |
Shih T.K.,National Central University |
Yeh S.-C.,National Central University |
Chou K.-C.,National Central University |
And 2 more authors.
Educational Technology and Society | Year: 2014
This study, based on total physical response and cognitive psychology, proposed a Kinesthetic English Learning System (KELS), which utilized Microsoft's Kinect technology to build kinesthetic interaction with life-related contexts in English. A subject test with 39 tenth-grade students was conducted following empirical research method in order to compare the effectiveness of KELS on both learning and motivation. In addition, we developed one questionnaire to study the perception learning style of the students involved in the experiment in order to determine whether students with different perception styles experienced any difference in learning while using the proposed KELS. Finally, we investigated students' acceptance of and motivation toward using KELS. The result showed that there was a significant difference between the control group and the experimental group regarding long-term retention. Moreover, the experimental group's learning was significantly affected by using kinesthetic interaction between peers to facilitate learning to speak and listen in English. The study also found that KELS was effective across perceptual learning styles. Finally, most participants in the experimental group agreed that KELS would effectively increase their motivation to learn English and expressed a strong intention to continue using the system.
Kotsaeng N.,Kalasin Rajabhat University |
Nakornriab M.,Mahasarakham University
International Journal of GEOMATE | Year: 2016
The objectives of this work were to study the total phenolic contents (TPC) and antioxidant activity of methanolic extracts of six fresh Thai curry. The TPC of the fresh Thai curry were found in the range of 0.989-1.1132 mg GAE/mg of extract. Among the curry, red curry present the highest amount of TPC. Antioxidant activity of the extracts was measured by DPPH-radical-scavenging assay, lipid peroxidation inhibition and metal ion chelating assay. The Thai red curry extract exhibited the highest inhibition of lipid peroxidation of linoleic acid emulsion (81.41±0.55%), radical-scavenging activity (IC50 = 0.0476 mg/mL). In addition, the fresh of Thai red curry had the highest of metal chelating activity (76.58±0.72%). However, all of fresh Thai curry showed metal chelating similar potential activity and not significant statistical differences. These results suggest that the fresh Thai curry had interesting antioxidant activities and should be propose as potential sources of safe natural antioxidants and preservatives for curry industry. © 2016, Int. J. of GEOMATE.
PubMed | Suranaree University of Technology, Osaka University, University of York, Rajamangala University of Technology at Thanyaburi and 2 more.
Type: Journal Article | Journal: ACS chemical biology | Year: 2016
Human glucosylcerebrosidase 2 (GBA2) of the CAZy family GH116 is responsible for the breakdown of glycosphingolipids on the cytoplasmic face of the endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus. Genetic defects in GBA2 result in spastic paraplegia and cerebellar ataxia, while cross-talk between GBA2 and GBA1 glucosylceramidases may affect Gaucher disease. Here, we report the first three-dimensional structure for any GH116 enzyme, Thermoanaerobacterium xylanolyticum TxGH116 -glucosidase, alone and in complex with diverse ligands. These structures allow identification of the glucoside binding and active site residues, which are shown to be conserved with GBA2. Mutagenic analysis of TxGH116 and structural modeling of GBA2 provide a detailed structural and functional rationale for pathogenic missense mutations of GBA2.
Jansamood C.,Kalasin Rajabhat University
Research Journal of Applied Sciences | Year: 2016
This study was a research and development study, aimed to develop the Administration Management Model on infectious waste of Tambon health promoting hospital, Kalasin Province. The samples comprised 32 officers as a agent who is in the Tambon health promoting hospital Namon District Kalasin Province's population which have been selected by a purposive sampling technique. This study were participatory action research as a method for officers participation in infectious waste management, conducted under four participatory frameworks including planing, decision making, practice and evaluation. The research instruments included questionnaires, group discussions organization meetings and observation. The data collection was analyzed by frequency, percentage usage and t-test. The study results are as following: The Administration Management Model (Kalasin Model) development on infectious waste management was rated as a high efficiency. The officers of Tambon health promoting hospital had knowledge and behavior on infectious waste management after training was rated higher that before training (p < 0.05). © Medwell Journals, 2016.
Jansamood C.,Kalasin Rajabhat University
Research Journal of Applied Sciences | Year: 2012
Social Impact Assessment (SLA) is a methodology used to review the social effects of infrastructure projects and other development interventions. The development of Kalasin Rajabhat University influenced the environmental impact and social impact with community around the university. This research aimed to study the effect of social impact of the establishment Kalasin Rajabhat University of Song Plueai sub-district, NaMon district, Kalasin province. This research also surveyed the opinions of population in Song Plueai subdistrict, Na Mon district, Kalasin province about social impact in the community. The samples of this study were 333 household agents with stratified random sampling techniques. The questionnaires were developed and used to collect data and were used to assess the reliability. The data were analyzed by using percentage, mean, standard deviation and multiple regression testing. The results revealed that: the value of human resource showed that social impact was at the (+) very low level. The value of quality of life showed that social impact was at the (+) low level. Factors that effects the social impact of establishment of Kalasin Rajabhat University included that occupation. This information can be used in to build a regression equation of the form: SIA = 0.969-0.045 (occupation). © Medwell Journals, 2012.
Jansamood C.,Kalasin Rajabhat University |
Poomee A.,Kalasin Rajabhat University |
Khomyos P.,Kalasin Rajabhat University
Research Journal of Applied Sciences | Year: 2014
This research is having a purpose to study condition on infectious waste management of Tambon Health Promoting Hospital in Don Chan District Kalasin Province. The population consisted of 6 responsibilities to collected the infectious waste officers form 6 Tambon Health Promoting Hospital in Don Chan District. The interviews were developed and used to collect data. The major findings revealed the following: all Tambon Health Promoting Hospital in Don Chan District Kalasin Province have separate infectious waste from general waste in a separate syringe out of 100% of infectious waste but most infections are not required by the management of infectious waste. Mostly Tambon Health Promoting Hospital in Don Chan District Kalasin Province collected infectious waste in stainless tank 66.66% and they have red plastic bag support in tank 100% and were collected infectious waste 1 time/day 100%. The employee of Tambon Health Promoting Hospital was collection all infectious waste. Mostly Tambon Health Promoting Hospital in Don Chan District Kalasin Province don't have disposal process of infectious waste by yourself 100% included the accommodation infectious waste at the sanitary standards of the Ministry of Health and the private collection agency were responsible for infectious waste disposal. Tambon Health Promoting Hospital in Don Chan District Kalasin Province have infectious waste average 1,199.08 g/office/day (SD = 203.16). The infectious waste of Tambon Health Promoting Hospital in Don Chan District Kalasin Province mostly of include that general infectious waste 46.33% and least were hazardous infectious waste 9.19% by weight. © Medwell Journals, 2014.
Jansamood C.,Kalasin Rajabhat University
Research Journal of Applied Sciences | Year: 2013
Pesticides that are purposely applied suppress plant and animal pests and to protect agricultural and industrial products. However, the majority of pesticides is not specifically targeting the pest only also affect plants and animals and leads to loss of biodiversity. This research aimed to study environmental impact and health impact form pesticide of para rubber farmers at Phon Subdistrict Kham Muang District Kalasin Province. The samples of this study were 60 farmers with stratified random sampling techniques, the soil and para rubber at Phon Subdistrict Kham Muang District Kalasin Province which had been collection areas by dividing the sample into 4 groups by village growing regions. The instrument of this research were divided in to three kinds which are the blood cholinesterase testing kit by reactive study and the GT-pesticide residual test kit for detecting the chemical in the soil sample. The results revealed that the pesticide in the soil form para rubber plantations at Phon Subdistrict Kham Muang District Kalasin Province before the participatory process showed there Mefhamidophos, Monocrotophos andDicrotophos in 4 groups but after the participatory process do not showed. The farmers after the participatory process experimental group the amount of the cholinesterase level in the blood better than the control group. © Medwell Journals, 2013.
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