Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Arts <p> The Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Arts is a journal of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Udon Thani Rajabhat University. Its objective is to serve as a center and platform for disseminating research articles and academic articles. The scope covers content in the humanities, social sciences, and arts, as well as other related fields. It is published twice a year (January-June and July-December) and undergoes a quality evaluation by at least 3 qualified experts (peer reviewers) from various institutions. The process uses a double-blind peer review where the identities of both the authors and reviewers are concealed during the evaluation (Double-blinded peer review).</p> คณะมนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยราชภัฏอุดรธานี en-US Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Arts 2697-5769 APPLICATION OF GOOD GOVERNANCE TO HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OF NONPODAENG SUB-DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY, PHAKAO DISTRICT, LOEI PROVINCE <p>The purpose of this study is to study the application of good governance to human resource management of Nonpodaeng Sub-district Municipality and to suggest guidelines for the application of good governance principles to human resource management of Nonpodaeng Sub-district Municipality. Using qualitative research methods (Qualitative Research). The sample group is executives’ heads of government agencies and municipal in human resource management, totaling 10 people. The tool for collecting data was a structured interview form. For an in-depth interview (In-depth Interview), the data was analyzed using analytical methods and separated into groups of data. The results of the study found that the application of the principles of good governance for personnel management uses principles of thought and practice, consisting of the rule of law, the principle of morality, and the principle of transparency. Participation principles of responsibility and the principle of value. 2) Guidelines for applying the principles of good governance for human resource management to achieve maximum efficiency is to emphasize the principles of morality and apply good governance principles at the work structure level in every department. The mayor of Nonpodaeng Subdistrict must use the principles of good governance among administrators to ensure flexibility in administration, which will result in rapid government administration. Including the use of modern technology to make work more efficient.</p> <p> </p> Wilailak Khaosaard Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Arts 2023-12-31 2023-12-31 5 2 1 15 PROMBLEMS IN USING ENGLISH SPEAKING FOR COMMUNICATION OF THE VENDORS AT LUANG PRABANG NIGHT MARKET LAO PDR <p>The objective of this research was to investigate problems of using English for communication among the vendors at Luang Prabang night market, Lao PDR. The researcher used the questionnaire to collect data from the participants, with a total of 224 people (Vendor Statistics, 2022). However, the sample size was 150. There were 90 females and 60 males. The sample group was chosen by using the convenience sampling technique. The research findings indicated that participants encountered problems related to listening comprehension as the main problem with the highest mean score (M = 3.88) and standard deviation (SD = 0.82), followed by grammar usage&nbsp;&nbsp; (M = 3.78, SD = 0.88), pronunciation (M = 3.78, SD = 0.72), vocabulary (M = 3.73, SD = 0.76), lack of self-confidence (M = 3.71, SD = 0.77), and problems related to fluency (M = 3.71, SD = 0.95). However, based on the mean score, it was clearly shown that they did not understand English language intonation, were afraid of making mistakes, and had problems with grammar usage. Thus, they were limited in utilizing vocabulary due to low memories and misunderstandings of new vocabulary. Similarly, they faced problems with a lack of self-confidence and pronunciation because most of them did not practice speaking and listening activities.</p> <p>In conclusion, most of the problems encountered by the vendors in using English speaking skills for communication were related to listening comprehension, which was the main problem, followed by grammar usage, vocabulary, a lack of self-confidence, fluency, and pronunciation.</p> Oudalon Bounthavong Vatthana Phuangsavath Vatsana Sisavat Khanthaly Mixaykone Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Arts 2024-02-23 2024-02-23 5 2 39 58 COMMUNITY JUSTICE CENTERS DEVELOPMENT IN UDON THANI PROVINCE <p>This study investigated the problems and development guidelines of community justice centers in Udon Thani Province, Thailand. Community justice centers are local institutions that provide legal services and dispute resolution to the public. The study aimed to identify the challenges and opportunities for improving the management and performance of these centers. The study used a qualitative approach with purposive sampling. The data sources were 17 staff of the Udon Thani Provincial Justice Office and 200 representatives of 40 community justice centers in 20 districts. The data collection tool was a structured interview, and the data analysis technique was content analysis.The results revealed that the main problems of the centers were the lack of compliance with the Ministry of Justice’s guidelines, the low level of knowledge and awareness among staff and the public, and the insufficient public relations channels. The study suggested that the development guidelines for the centers should include the enactment of clear laws, the creation of a working network, the enhancement of knowledge and understanding, and the diversification and continuity of public relations.</p> Suwat Duangseanput Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Arts 2024-02-24 2024-02-24 5 2 59 76 HUMAN, ELEPHANTS, AND FOREST: THE COMMUNITY’S NEED IN COPING WITH THE CONFLICT OF CONSERVATION FOREST AREA: A CASE STUDY OF BAN KHAM PIA, BUNG KLA DISTRICT, BUENG KAN PROVINCE <p>The purpose of the study was to examine the problems and community needs of villagers in Ban Kham Pia Village at Bung Kla district, Bueng Kan Province. The qualitative research was used as a research methodology. The population consisted of the head of Ban Kham Pia Village, Ban Kham Pia villagers, unofficial leaders, folk wisdom philosophers, occupational groups in the community, volunteer staff from public health, staff of sub-district health promotion hospital, staff of local administrative organization, and teachers of Ban Kham Pia School. Simple random sampling was employed in the study and the sample group was selected by using purposive sampling. The data were collected by using an interview form adopted from Chuengsatiansup, K. (2012) which included 7 community tools that were used for analyzing descriptive data. After gathering, all data were categorized and synthesized by using a content analysis methodology. From the focus group interview and participant observation record, the results revealed as follows: (1) A problem that the community wanted to solve the most was the problem of wild elephants that always invaded agricultural areas. The elephants mostly came at night and destroyed villagers’ rice fields and rubber plantations and sometimes also destroyed people's assets and lives. The cause that was the main factors consisted of the growing number of wild elephants, the invasion of elephants in agricultural areas, the living place and food sources of the elephants were destroyed, and the water resources were insufficient for the need of the elephants. From these problems, there were still no guidelines and models for sustainable solutions. (2) For the needs of Kham Pai Village Community, the villagers preferred having government organizations and other related organizations to help solve the elephants’ problems, area-based management in serious and sustainable problem-solving by having a platform to share opinions, assessing situations, lesson learning from the experience of the community, and magnifying the outcome to government sectors, researchers, and network association before taking the entire data to synthesize as suggestions in the next step to reduce the conflict between human and the elephants based on community participation.</p> Ekasak Hengsuko Supangjit Kanlayakaew Chatchanok Hengsuko Aphirudee Thongpol Nutsara Sampachanyanon Julaluck Phommasang Yuwathida Hongchuta Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Arts 2024-01-17 2024-01-17 5 2 16 38 PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT ACCORDING TO BRAHMA VIHAR 4 OF CONSUMER ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIAL IN RAYONG PROVINCE <p>The objectives of this research are 1) to study the personnel management guidelines in the industrial estate electrical appliance industry in Rayong province by executives according to the 4 brahma vihara principles; 2) to study the satisfaction of employees in the industrial estate electrical appliance industry in Rayong province. It is qualitative research. The tools used in the research include a structured interview Target group namely, executives and employees in the electrical appliance industry in industrial estates in Rayong Province, totaling 48 people. The results of the research found that</p> <p>1) Guidelines for personnel management in the electrical appliance industry, and industrial estates in Rayong Province By human resources executives in the industry according to the 4 brahma vihara principles: kindness, kindness, compassion, and equanimity.</p> <p>2) Employee satisfaction in the electrical appliance industry, and industrial estates in Rayong Province Employees in the organization are satisfied with the personnel management of the executives quite well, causing employees to have kindness, compassion, kindness, and equanimity.</p> Ntapat Worapongpat Jeerapa Chaoluang Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Arts 2024-04-04 2024-04-04 5 2 77 89