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The purpose of this research were 1) to study the propagation leadership of administrative monks in the Andaman Coastal Area. 2) To enhance the propagation leadership model for administrative Monks in the Andaman Coastal Area. 3) To present the propagation leadership model for administrative Monks in the Andaman Coastal Area. The multi-method to be used in this study. The questionnaire and discus group were the tools. Content analysis and mean, x̄, Percentage and S.D to be used for the data analysis, the quantitative research to be used for this field.
The result of this study followed:
- The propagation leadership of administrative monks in the Andaman Coastal Area was an overall performance at the height level. Having considered in each side it was found that 3 aspects: knowledge, skills, and personality was a performance at height level.
- The propagation leadership development model for administrative Monks in the Andaman Coastal Area it consists of 5 aspects as following;- 1) Principle 2) Objective 3) System and Mechanism 4) Methodology and 5) Evaluation guideline
- The propagation leadership development model for administrative Monks in the Andaman Coastal Area is an appropriate approach in term of propagation leadership development for administrative Monks in the Andaman Coastal Area.
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