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Research Title The Role of Employments: Home-based Garment Workers Livelihood Strategies in the Lao PDR 
Date of Distribution 14 November 2016 
     Title of the Conference 12th International Conference on Humanities & Social Sciences 2016 IC-HUSO2016 
     Organiser IC-HUSO KKU 
     Conference Place HUSO KKU 
     Province/State Khon Kaen, Thailand 
     Conference Date 14 November 2016 
     To 15 November 2016 
Proceeding Paper
     Page 1195 
     Abstract This article was examined how home-based garment worker various proactive roles of employment-activities associated a means of living. Building on previous livelihood strategies are particularly valuable in the Lao PDR. An exploratory qualitative method was used for examining in-depth interviews with 15 KIs representing distinct groups. From the data processing was performed thematically coded three distinct: categories, summaries and syntheses. Thematic analysis was used to determine the five-grouped various roles of employment, but continue to increase with activity. In order to address as (1) low-status (2) immediate-status (3) high-status (4) single-earner and (5) dual-earner. We found that the increased dual-employments are highly status to continue proactive in economic activities. However, it is affected by low-activity prior employment was negatively besides work status. We recommend that are consistent with the action the role of employments associated with high-status and highly involved livelihood strategies. Existing policy and implication to improve the workers were employed in the informal household economy of the Lao PDR. 
567080001-0 Mr. HANVEDES DAOVISAN [Main Author]
Humanities and Social Sciences Doctoral Degree

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