Correlation between Channels of Perceiving the Information and the Characteristic of Perception about the PM 2.5 Pollution in Bangkok, Thailand

10 Pages Posted: 19 Mar 2019

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Budsayarut Puncreobutr

St. Theresa International College

Rangsiphon Plianphan

St. Theresa International College

Somjate Waiyakarn

St. Theresa International College

Prisana Kumpusiri

Faculty of Humanities and Social Science, St. Theresa International College

Date Written: February 27, 2019

Abstract

This research has the objective of studying the channels of perceiving the information, the characteristic of perception on the effects of PM2.5 pollution and the correlation between the channels of perception and the characteristic of perception on the effects of PM2.5 pollution in Bangkok. The random searched sample group consisted of working people in Bangkok by stratified sampling, using levels of education as criteria of stratification. A total of 384 persons in the sample group is from Krejce and Morgan chart. Tools are questionnaires; statistic is by mean, pearson’s simple correlation moment product. From the study it is found that 1) The overall level of the channels of perceiving the information on PM2.5 pollution in Bangkok is at a high level 2) The overall level of the characteristic of perception on the effects of PM2.5 pollution in Bangkok is at a high level 3) People with a Bachelor’s degree or higher educational levels, has, overall, a higher level of using the channels in perceiving the information than those with lower educational levels with statistic significant at .01 4) People with a Bachelor’s degree or higher educational levels and those with lower educational levels, overall, the characteristic of the perception on the effects of PM2.5 pollution in Bangkok, has no statistic significant different 5) The channels of information perception and the characteristic of perception on the effects of PM2.5 pollution in Bangkok, overall, has a moderate level of correlation with statistic significant at .01, correlation coefficient at .545.

Keywords: The channels of perceiving information, the characteristic of perception on the effects of PM2.5 pollution

Suggested Citation

Puncreobutr, Budsayarut and Plianphan, Rangsiphon and Waiyakarn, Somjate and Kumpusiri, Prisana, Correlation between Channels of Perceiving the Information and the Characteristic of Perception about the PM 2.5 Pollution in Bangkok, Thailand (February 27, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3343130 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3343130

Budsayarut Puncreobutr (Contact Author)

St. Theresa International College ( email )

1 moo 6 Rangsit-Nakon nayok Road
klong 14, Bungsan
ongkarak, Nakon nayok 26120
Thailand

Rangsiphon Plianphan

St. Theresa International College

1 Moo 6, Rangsit-Nakhon Nayok Rd., Bungsan
Ongkharak, Nakhon Nayok 26120
Thailand

Somjate Waiyakarn

St. Theresa International College ( email )

1 Moo 6 Rangsit Nakhonnayok Road
Klong 14 Ongkharak Nankhonnayok
Ongkharak, Nankhonnayok 26120
Thailand

Prisana Kumpusiri

Faculty of Humanities and Social Science, St. Theresa International College ( email )

1 moo 6 Rangsit-Nakon nayok Road
klong 14, Bungsan
ongkarak, Nakon nayok 26120
Thailand

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