Learning Innovative Maternal Instinct: Activity Designing Semantic Factors of Alcohol Modification in Rural Communities of Thailand

Pitipong Yodmongkol, Thunyaporn Jaimung, Nopasit Chakpitak, Pradorn Sureephong

Abstract


At present, Thailand is confronting a serious problem of alcohol drinking behavior which needs to be solved urgently. This research aimed to identify the semantic factors on alcohol drinking behavior and to use maternal instinct driving for housewives as village health volunteers in rural communities, Thailand. Two methods were implemented as the problematic classification and the semantic factors model among thirty housewives being as village health volunteers. The findings revealed two aspects: health and children’s cognitions had the maximum percentage. Most of them were related to the method of social skills, being a role model in families and communities and the designing activities implemented which led to the prominent caretaking characteristics relating to the life skills. Furthermore, this study can expand the idea and new alternative to the rural communities which might face with the same trouble arising from the alcohol drinking behavior.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ies.v7n8p44

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