Happiness Elements of Skipped-Generation Families in Rural North-eastern, Thailand
This paper investigates the happiness elements of skipped-generation families in rural north-eastern, Thailand. The qualitative methodological approach was implemented in the study. Data collection was conducted in April - May 2018 and in-depth interview was used as a research instrument to collect data from two groups of key informants, including 1) community leaders, community seniors, and community committees, In total eight persons, and 2) skipped-generation families living in a rural north-eastern region of Thailand, in total twenty families. Data analysis was done by the content analysis method. The study indicated that happiness elements of skipped-generation families in rural north-eastern, Thailand, including 1) Happy Home 2) Happy Health and 3) Happy Heart. So these three elements are reflected the expression happiness of skipped-generation families that living in rural society.
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