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|Title:||ปัจจัยการนำเสนอของพรรคการเมืองและการรับรู้ของ ประชาชนผ่านสื่อออนไลน์ที่มีผลต่อการตัดสินใจเลือกพรรคการเมืองปี 2562 ในเขตกรุงเทพมหานคร (FACTORS OF POLITICAL PARTY PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLIC PERCEPTION VIA ONLINE MEDIA AFFECTING THE DECISION TO ELECT POLITICAL PARTY 2019, IN BANGKOK)|
|Keywords:||Presentation, Political party, Perception, Online Media, Decisions|
|Abstract:||Presenting "Factors of political party and public perceptions via online media affecting the decision to elect political parties in the year 2019 in Bangkok" research, the objectives were 1) to study the presentation factors of political party via online media that affect the decision to elect 2) factors on public perception of political party information via online media that influence the decision to elect the political party and 3) the decision on electing the political party on 24th March 2019. This study is a quantitative research. The sample were drawn from the population who have the rights to vote on March 24, 2019, aged 18 years and over, through 400 online media to collect data by using online questionnaires. Statistics for analysis were frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation by using T-test, F-test, LSD test and Pearson's Correlation Coefficient test. Data was processed using computer program. The results showed that most of the samples were female, aged between 30-39 years old, single status, whose religion belief is Buddhism with bachelor's degree. The Occupation is general employee with a monthly income of 10,001-30,000 baht. Data exposure behavior is during the time 20.01-24.00 hrs. via smartphone. Most receive information via Facebook with an average of 4.29 at the highest level. The Information received are from public figures including celebrities, artists, singers, and bloggers in the online world, accounting for 38.38% of the reasons for choosing to use online media. Moreover, the ability to inquire and respond quickly accounted for 23.88 percent, most of them are online to follow up with new information which accounted for 31.66 percent, to following up with policy information representing 39.74 percent. As for the presentation of political parties most people received information via Facebook with an average of 3.95 at a high level. The public perceived and interested in the information in the form of video clip presentation with an average of 4.34 at the highest level. The policy presented by the parties has the effect on the decision to elect the political party, with an average of 4.59 at the highest level.|
|Appears in Collections:||CMU-04. บทความที่ประชุมวิชาการ (ระดับนานาชาติ)|
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