The Development of Media Inspection in Participated Model of Youth Network

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Ketsarin Chokpermpoon

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The research " The Development of Media Inspection in Participated Model of Youth Network". This study aimed to 1) Study of the problem condition of safe and creative media inspection 2) Promote the safety and creative media literacy skills 3) Develop the Youth Watch Network Participated Model, which was Mixed Method. A sample was selected from content and media inspection criteria for Youth Watch in depth Interview, Lecturer conducted the meeting and practical training. The Case study from the student representative in Nakhon Rachasima Province, the finding indicated that 1. The problem condition of safe and creative media inspection, It was found that we could summarize 8 important points were as follows : 1.1) The potential of youth in the media receiving. 1.2) Information Access and Searching 1.3) Media Inspection 1.4) Evaluation of media usage behavior 1.5) Evaluation Model and Media Watch 1.6) Arranging experience to enhance potential 1.7) Participation Action 1.8) Driving through network partners 2. Promotion of literacy abilities safe media and invention the Youth Watch Network, the finding showed that the average score from the achievement testing from learning evaluation, practice and learning result of practical training for promotion of literacy abilities safe media and invented the Youth Watch Network pro-practical training higher than pre-practical training was statistically significant at .05 level with satisfaction in attending the practical training in the overall is highest level ( = 4.53, S.D. = 0.69) and had better behavior 3. The ways of media inspection in Youth Watch Network such as Feature issues of Youth Watch Network, inspection mechanism and invention issues, Related issues to the role of relevant sectors and the ways of inspection were 3.1) Network partners in each region, both in the area and in the central areas, jointly develop criteria and standards in the examination of safe and creative media for local youth 3.2) Network partners in each creative youth in the area 3.3) Encourage the establishment of groups or networks conducted safe media inspection. And creative for the youth in the area 3.4) Promote public relations for youth to join the network and participate in driving the inspection of safe and creative media 3.5) Raise the potential of youth to be able to inspect the safe and creative media 3.6) The youth of the network were capable of conducting and inspection the safe and creative media, both online and offline 3.7) Evaluate the implementation of safe and creative media developed the ways of the network operation every 6 months and 3.8) Develop network systems and mechanisms for inspection safe and creative prototypes media to be a mentor for expanding the participation in other areas, being ready and had the requirement conduct media inspection.

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Chokpermpoon, K. (2021). The Development of Media Inspection in Participated Model of Youth Network. ournal of anagement cience hiangrai ajabhat niversity, 16(1), 17-43. etrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jmscrru/article/view/213752
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Ketsarin Chokpermpoon, Faculty of Management Science, Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University

M.A. (Communication Arts and Information) Kasetsart University. (2013). Currently a  Lecturer at Bachelor of  Communication Arts Program, Faculty of Management Science, Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University

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