Development Model of Household Food Security Management

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Pimchanok Srichaimool Narueset Prasertsri Chatchai Thiengkamol

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The quasi-experimental research was employed for 37 housewives of Na Chuek District, Maha Sarakham Province. They were collected by purposive sampling technique based on criteria of public mind and commitment to participate via the whole research process. The objective was to compare the mean scores between pretest and posttest of food security knowledge, environmental education, inspiration of environmental conservation, consumption behavior and training achievement and to develop trainers for food security management knowledge for other housewives. Three Dimensional Evaluations (TDEs) were employed for exterminating the participation and Four Dimensional Evaluations (FDEs) were used for trainer role play evaluation. One-way ANOVA was used to examine the mean scores difference of three and four groups.


After Participation-Appreciation-Influence-Control (PAIC) implemented, the results revealed that the mean scores of posttest of food security knowledge, environmental education, inspiration of environmental conservation, consumption behavior and training achievement were higher than pretest with statistical significance (p < 0.01for all aspects). Moreover, it also obtained trainers who are able to transfer food security management knowledge for other housewives. In the past situation the results illustrated that mean scores were different with statistical significance (p < 0.01) but in present and future situations, results illustrated that mean scores were different with no statistical significance (p>0.05 and p > 0.05). Additionally, the mean scores from Four Dimensional Evaluation were different with no statistical significance (p > 0.05).

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Srichaimool, P., Prasertsri, N., & Thiengkamol, C. (2014). Development Model of Household Food Security Management. Journal of Industrial Education, 13(3), 149-156. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/126818
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