Factors Affecting Student’s Socially Responsible Behavior - A Case Study of Students from Government Universities in Bangkok Metropolitan
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The purposes of this study were 1) to study the socially responsible behaviorof the students, and 2) to study factors that differentiate student’s socially responsible behavior. Factors included predicted variables, personal factors: gender,student grade, educational achievement, average monthly income per household student, and media exposure towards social responsibility in the students atGovernment Universities in Bangkok Metropolitan. The data were collected through 400 students from seven government universities out of fourteen nationwide in 2012.Data analysis employed frequency, percentage, mean (x),? and standard deviation (SD.). Statistics used for hypothesis testing included t-Test, One-way ANOVA, andStepwise multiple regression analysis.
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