Social Capital and Community Development Wat Samrong Nakhon Chai Si District Nakhon Pathom Province

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Phrapalad Prapoj Supabhato
Phramaha Prakasit Sirimedho
Tinnakrittapat Rungmuang

Abstract

This research aimed to study the present management model of social capital and community development Wat Samrong. Nakhon Chai Si district Nakhon Pathom. Qualitative Research Methods, In-depth interviews, was performed with key informants (N = 40) and group interviews, and structured interviews (N = 12). Data were analyzed with descriptive and context.


          The research found that:


          Social capital management and community development model. 1) Capital management and social costs to the community is part of its context, human capital, social capital, natural capital, physical capital, financial capital, intellectual and cultural capital. 2) Social capital management in a systematic. Must have a vision for development. The community awareness collaborative interactions a strong the development is based on economic development, on the basis of the center line as a precaution, and taking into account the modest rationality immunity. The balance of social capital and intellectual foundations of the community to develop. With a dimension of community relations. Activities and cooperation News and Communications Social solidarity the authority and political activist 3)The development of sustainable communities in 6 areas: Strengthening the community. Community self-sufficiency Creating new knowledge Transmitted from generation to generation Network Collaboration And potential leaders to eliminate poverty and reduce inequality in society. By developing a holistic approach. The balance of the development community to provide strong, stable, prosperous and sustainable.

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Supabhato, P. P., Sirimedho , P. P., & Rungmuang, T. (2020). Social Capital and Community Development Wat Samrong Nakhon Chai Si District Nakhon Pathom Province. Journal of MCU Peace Studies, 8(3), 828-840. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journal-peace/article/view/240828
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