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Attitude of Thai Merchant Marine Student Toward Mariner Profession
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Attitude of Thai Merchant Marine Student Toward Mariner Profession
Luksanato, Sarawut; Ryoo, Dong-Keun;
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 Abstract
The objective of this study was to compare the attitude of merchant marine student of Thailand in 3 aspects; cognitive, affective and behavioral classified by institutes, domiciles, parent`s occupation, parent`s income per month, motivation and information receiving concerning mariner profession. The sample used in this study consisted of 867students in maritime institutes of Thailand. The instrument implemented in collecting data was a set of 30 five rating scale questionnaires. The statistical methods applied in analyzing the data were mean, standard deviation, t-test and one way analysis of variance and fisher`s LSD. The results of this research shows that the attitude in vocational education of Thai merchant marine student was of the high in every aspect. Attitude for mariner profession of Thai merchant marine student in terms of different institutes had different in all aspects. In terms of different domiciles, it shows different attitude in affection and similar attitude in cognition and behavior. In terms of parent`s occupation, it shows similar in all aspects. In terms of parent`s income per month, it shows different attitude in cognition and affection and similar attitude in behavior. In terms of motivation, it shows similar in all aspects. In terms of information receiving concerning mariner profession, it shows different attitude in all aspects.
 Keywords
Merchant marine student;Attitude for mariner profession;One way analysis of variance;Attitude in cognition;affection and behavior;
 Language
English
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