Farmers' Perception of EBN Farm Radio Programme in Tambol-Sadej of Huang District, Lampang Province, Thailand

Kamka, Sanun (1989) Farmers' Perception of EBN Farm Radio Programme in Tambol-Sadej of Huang District, Lampang Province, Thailand. Masters thesis, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.

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The objectives of this study were : (1) to determine the farmers' perception of EBN farm radio programme, (2) to describe the radio listening behaviour of the farmers, (3) to determine the relationship between farmers' perception and some demographic, socio-economic, and communication factors. The study also tried to formulate guide line s for agricultural radio broadcasting. A total of 183 farmers from eight villages of Tambol-Sadej, Muang district, Lampang Province Thailand were selected by using a simple random sampling method. Data were gathered by personal interviews and analysed by using the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS PC+).

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subject:Farmers - Educational radio stations - Thailand - Case studies
Chairman Supervisor:Professor Dr. Sulaiman Hj. Mohd. Yassin
Call Number:FPP/L 1989 1
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Educational Studies
ID Code:11073
Deposited By: Mohd Nezeri Mohamad
Deposited On:13 Jun 2011 03:37
Last Modified:13 Jun 2011 03:37

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