ความรุนแรงระดับกลุ่มอันเนื่องมาจากเหตุการณ์ความไม่สงบ การเผชิญปัญหา และความสุขของนักศึกษาระดับปริญญาตรีที่มีภูมิลำเนาในเขตพื้นที่ห้าจังหวัดชายแดนภาคใต้ของประเทศไทย : การวิจัยแบบผสานวิธี / จิระสุข สุขสวัสดิ์ = Collective violence due to insurgency, coping, and happiness of undergraduate students living in the five Southern border provinces of Thailand : a mixed methods
The purposes of this research study were to: (1) propose a causal model explaining the relationships among perceived collective violence experience, coping, and happiness in young people living in the Southern border provinces of Thailand, (2) test the model invariance across those with high-and low-violence experiences, (3) explore the experience of collective violence among the students. The sequential explanatory mixed methods design was employed. Participants in quantitative method were 1,240 undergraduate students from the Prince of Songkha University, Pattani campus. Fourteen participants in qualitative method were purposively selected by the set criteria (i.e., high collective violent experiences scale and high happiness scale). Instruments included demographic questionnaire, Happiness Scale, Coping Scale, Collective Violent Experiences Scale, and an interview protocol. Quantitative data were analyzed using Structure Equation Modeling whereas the Phenomenological analysis was selected for qualitative data. Findings were as follows: 1) The causal model of perceived collective violence experience, coping, and happiness best fitted to the empirical data (Chi-square = 0.26; df = 1; p = .608; GFI = 1.00; AGFI = .99; RMR = .00; RMSEA = .00). Of all independent variables affects happiness (p < .01). 2) The causal model of perceived collective violence experience, coping, and happiness for high violence group best fitted to the empirical data (Chi-square = 1.29; df = 1; p = .260; GFI = 1.00; AGFI = .98) and low violence group best fitted to the empirical data (Chi-square = 0.00; df = 1; p = .98). The models of perceived collective violence experience, coping, and happiness for both high-and low-violence groups were significantly different across the groups. 3) Qualitative findings revealed 4 themes of psychological experiences due to insurgency: (1) perceived the unrest situations, (2) impact of collective violence experiences, (3) coping with violence experiences, and (4) attaining growth following the experiences.
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