Buddhist Innovation Drug enforcement for Children and Youth through Community Participation

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Khantong Wattanapradith
MaesheeSuda Rojjanauthai
MaesheeSuda Rojjanauthai
Chaninya Chaisuwan

Abstract

This is socially-engaged research using Participatory Action Research methodology with the aim of the research to establish the participation and to present the results of Buddhist Innovation Drug enforcement for Children and Youth through community participation. Research tools using interviews, participant observation, Appreciation Influence Control (AIC), After Action Review (AAR), Problem Tree, Geo-social mapping. Design Main Event 4 was evaluated by analyzing qualitative data. Found that the finding.


         The creating innovative building Buddhist innovation drug enforcement for children and youth consisting of the threefold training, eightfold path and life asset. The principles of Buddhism to create integrated solutions include engaging with the four noble truths, padhàna and motivated community work with Iddhipādā 4 through activities, 1: that built awareness, an open mind to listen together to seek a solution, 2: Training child and youth with Geo-social mapping, activity 3: Cultivate child and youth to love and against drug in the community, activity 4: Empowerment child and youth by community participant. That development a strong child and youth group a have vision allocation of duties and participate drug-free community. The communication setting agreements on preventive and developmental drug prevention.   


            New knowledge is the 3-7-4 BCP model 's  (Buddhist innovation drug enforcement for children and youth through community participationป consisting of 3 Buddhist coordination principles for community and social, 7 Transformative Process of child and youth power for community development, 4 Buddhist Guidelines(PAOR) for creating a community of loving and compassion.


 

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Wattanapradith, K., Rojjanauthai, M., Suwanakkul , R., & Chaisuwan, C. (2020). Buddhist Innovation Drug enforcement for Children and Youth through Community Participation. Journal of MCU Peace Studies, 8(3), 814-827. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journal-peace/article/view/232018
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