A Model of Managing Ideal Stray-Dog Shelter in Temple by Buddhist Peaceful Means: Case Study Tanode Temple, Bangpahun District Phranakhonsiayutthaya Province

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Tayawee Changbanchong
Khantong Wattanapradith
Phramaha Hansa Dhammahaso

Abstract

This study is participatory action research. The objectives of research were 1) Study the context and problems in managing the stray dog ​​shelter of Wat Tanot, Bang Pahan District for development the management model of stray dog ​​shelters in the temples by the buddhist peaceful method. 2) Present of the model management of stray dog ​​shelters in the temples by the buddhist peaceful method. The studying on case of stray dog ​​shelter in Tanot Temple, Bang Pahan District Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya


            The results of the model management of stray dog ​​shelters in the temples by the buddhist peaceful method are follows; 1) The context and problems found that problems are conflicts in the management of stray dog ​​shelters. There are relationships between problem factors from many factors such as unclear management, the problems is cannot controlling the number of stray dogs and environmental quality problems in the operation of stray dog shelter etc. Then analyzing the problem factors by using in-depth interviews with relevant parties. Next to development of the guidelines for the management of stray dog ​​shelters with participation and Including data gathering from a good model dog shelter in Thailand.


2) The management model of stray dog ​​shelters using the principles of buddhism peaceful by Using the principles The Four noble Truths, The Noble Eightfold Path, laws and regulations are integrated together to development model for management guideline in the solve stray dog in temple.

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Changbanchong, T., Wattanapradith, K., & Dhammahaso , P. H. (2020). A Model of Managing Ideal Stray-Dog Shelter in Temple by Buddhist Peaceful Means: Case Study Tanode Temple, Bangpahun District Phranakhonsiayutthaya Province. Journal of MCU Peace Studies, 8(3), 855-869. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journal-peace/article/view/239051
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