The Antecedents of Good Expression of Red-Whiskered Bulbul in Bird’s Contest
The purposes of this research were to study (1) generality of birdmen and Red-Whiskered Bulbul in bird’s contest and (2) The influence of general bird, source bird, price bird and foods involvement in good expression of Red-Whiskered Bulbul in bird’s contest. This study was conducted by applying quantitative research design, questionnaire was used to collect data from 186 persons who contest bird. The data was analyzed, using factor analysis and descriptive statistics. To the qualitative approach, in-depth interview, observation, field notes and memos were conducted with 17 persons who contest bird. The results indicated that (1) Most of birdmen for bird’s contest in Bangkok had 44 years old, graduate of bachelor degree, had 7 birds at home, had experience 12 years and experience for contest’s bird 9 years, satisfied high relatively with bird’s contest and Almost Red-Whiskered Bulbul for contest had average 3-7 years old, had experience in bird’s contest 3-5 years, Thai breed, big body and normal aggression, wildlife source, high prices and had the most diligent sing for expression and (2) Foods had the most directed influence and the generality of bird had the most total influence to good expression of Red-Whiskered Bulbul in bird’s contest.
the birdmen for contest. KKU Research Journal (Graduate Studies)
Humanities and Social Sciences. 2019; 7(1). Thai.
2. Phanwattana P. Red-whiskered Bulbuls and utilization for community
police relations in the south. Hat Yai Academic Journal. 2014; 12(2):
3. Phanwattana P. The expectations of the breeding Red-whiskered
Bulbuls for contest in Srinakarin Bangkok area. Journal of
Chandrakasemsarn. 2016; 23(1): 17-32. Thai.
4. Kamtaeja S, Sitasuwan N, Chomdej S, Jatisatienr A, Mennill DJ.
Species-distinctiveness in the vocal behaviour of six sympatric
bulbuls (Genus pycnonotus) in South-East Asia. Journal Compilation
BirdLife Australia. 2016: 112.
5. Krejcie RV, Morgan DW. Determining sample size for
research activities. Educ. Psychol. Meas. 1970; 30: 607-10.
6. Palinkas LA, Horwitz SM, Green CA, Wisdom JP, Duan N,
Hoagwood K. Purposeful sampling for qualitative data collection
and analysis in mixed method implementation research.
Adm Policy Ment Health. 2015; 42(5): 533-44.
7. Blair J, Conrad FG. Sample size for cognitive interview
pretesting. Public Opin. Q. 2011; 75(4): 636-58.
8. Peeters MJ, Beltyukova SA, Martin BA. Educational testing
and validity of conclusions in the scholarship of teaching and
learning. Am. J. Pharm. Educ. 2013; 77(9): 186.
9. Lafave L, Tyminski S, Riege T, Hoy D, Dexter B. Content
validity for a child care self-assessment tool: Creating healthy
eating environments scale. Can J Diet Pract Res. 2015; 77(2):
10. Benedict EM, De Jong MG, Baumgartner H. Socially desirable
response tendencies in survey research. J. Mark. Res. 2010; 47(2):
11. Prasith-rathsint S. Social science research methodology.
Bangkok: Samlada; 2011. Thai.