Conditions and Processes Causing Collaboration Network in Administration of Thai-Vietnam Association Nakhon Phanom Province

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อธิพงษ์ ภูมีแสง
สมศักดิ์ ศรีสันติสุข
สุกัญญา เอมอิ่มธรรม
ปัณณวิชญ์ นาคนทรง
ทินวุฒิ วงศิลา
ปรารถนา มะลิไทย
ยุทธพงษ์ จักรคม
Robby Rosandi

Abstract

This research aimed to study the conditions and processes causing collaboration network in administration of Thai-Vietnamese Association Nakhon Phanom Province. This research methodology was qualitative method using in-depth interviews and group discussions. The 12 samples were selected using purposive sampling and snowball sampling. Therefore, this study used the concept of collaboration and the collaborative process. The results were found that: 1. The conditions leading to the formation of a collaboration network consisted of 1) the ethnic condition was important for internal and external collaboration, 2) the symbolic condition especially the Ho Chi Minh Monument was the important symbol for the collaboration formation between Thai-Vietnamese people and other sectors, and 3) Organizational condition was a collaboration network between government agencies, the private sectors, and the public sectors and each sector will cooperate according to duty scope. 2. The collaboration network process of Thai-Vietnam Association Nakhon Phanom Province consisted of two dimensions; 1) the administrative dimension was a participation in planning, organization, coordination, and 2) the process dimension was the building of mutual trust and good understanding.

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