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Research Title Factors Associated with Structural Violence to Self- development of Women in the Workplace: A Case of Khon Kaen Province, Thailand 
Date of Distribution 1 September 2018 
Conference
     Title of the Conference The International Conference on the Humanities, Social Sciences and Sustainability 
     Organiser International Education for Sustainable Development Alliance (INTESDA) 
     Conference Place Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku  
     Province/State Tokyo, Japan 
     Conference Date 1 September 2018 
     To 2 September 2018 
Proceeding Paper
     Volume 2018 
     Issue
     Page 28-33 
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     Abstract This article aims to examine factors associated with the structural violence to self- development of women in the workplace. The quantitative methodology was employed with individual level as a unit of analysis. Data were collected in May to June 2018 by interview schedule with 398 women samples who are working in government agencies, private enterprise/company. The samples were randomly by multi-stage sampling technique in 9 municipal areas of Khon Kaen province. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics and multiple regression analysis to find factors associated with the structural violence to selfdevelopment of women in the workplace. The results found that the most of women (55.5 percentages) who are working in government agencies, private enterprise/company was in the Generation Y (19-38 years old) and the average age was 37.6 years old. 51.3 percentages of women samples are married and 43.7 percentages got bachelor’s degree or higher degree. They are working (39.9 percentages) in large organizations (more than 200 workers). The result showed that 42.2 percentages of women samples have got the structural violence to self-development at rather high level and high level (combined). The socialization of gender roles and self-efficacy in work were only 2 variables associated with the structural violence to self-development of women in the workplace. All independent variables can explained the variation of the structural violence to selfdevelopment of women in the workplace at 26.3 percentages (R2= 0.263) 
Author
595080052-2 Miss PIYAKAMON MAHIWAN [Main Author]
Humanities and Social Sciences Master's Degree

Peer Review Status มีผู้ประเมินอิสระ 
Level of Conference นานาชาติ 
Type of Proceeding Full paper 
Type of Presentation Oral 
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