A Process of Communication for Building Peaceful Organizations By Buddhist Peaceful Means

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Seefar Na Nakorn
Khanthong Wattanapradith
Banjob Bannaruji

Abstract

This research is for the objectives of presenting “A Process of Communication for Building Peaceful Organizations by Buddhist Peaceful Means”; it mixed-Method Research Design with studied organizational-service-staff sampling group of 17 persons, together with designated qualifications of the followings: the joined staff had to be both horizontally and vertically communicative users in organizations from the staff levels of experts up to executives, and having not less than one-year experience upward.  The tools to collect information were tape recorder, photographing, information jotting down; data computerized-system analysis was done by induction analysis interpreting conclusion from relevant document and the acquired interviews according to research conceptual framework, seeing to the completion of that information whether or not able to answer the questions in accordance with the overall research objectives, and then present the result of the analysis in narrative form by having the following steps: 1) bringing the data from studying various related document to separate issues and groups according to the research aim, 2) bringing the data from the interviews to analyze descriptively by separating the primary information in types and finding conclusion, then collecting additional information for the final analysis in order to create the conclusion according to objectives and bringing it to be the base for making the training set of A Process of Communication for Building Peaceful Organizations by Buddhist Peaceful Means


From the research, it was found that 1) A Process of Communication for Building Peaceful Organizations by Buddhist Peaceful Means consists of the 5 main configurations of S: Sammadhiti: Right Understanding: the seeing according to the truth; A: Aligned by listening (Align yourself with others by listening): the listening in the same level; M: Mindfulness: having mindfulness at the present moment while communicating; E: Empathy: the care for the ones whom are communicating with; and Peace: Peace Messages: the communication with peace, respectively.

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Na Nakorn, S., Wattanapradith, K., & Bannaruji, B. (2019). A Process of Communication for Building Peaceful Organizations By Buddhist Peaceful Means. Journal of MCU Peace Studies, 7(2), 447-464. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journal-peace/article/view/162803
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