The Behavior of Use Social Media to Prevent and Tackle Corruption of Youth in The Central Region
This research aims to study the behaviors of use social media to prevent and tackle corruption of youths in the central region of Thailand. The researchers employed questionnaires to collect the data from 2,200 youths aged between 15-25 years. The research found that Facebook was the most social media users in the youths’ daily life. The best social media should present new contents consistently. The samples of the study wanted to be trained in social media using sills. The best online social media the samples wanted to receive the information related to preventing and fixing corruption from is Facebook. They also wanted the online social media to present information related to corruption prevention and tackle as the daily news.
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