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    Factors Affecting Happiness: Comparison between Residents of a Community and Thai Rotary Club Members in Bangkok. 

    Chalida Teeranupattana; ชลิดา ธีรานุพัฒนา; Kalayanee Senasu; กัลยาณี เสนาสุ; Kalayanee Senasu; กัลยาณี เสนาสุ (National Institute of Development Administration, 13/8/2021)

    The purposes of this research were to study 1) factors affecting happiness 2) role of membership as a moderator of the relationship between different factors and happiness 3) association between socio-demographic factors and happiness. Data were collected via Senasu’s survey (2017). The samples of this research were 200 residents of a community in Bangkok and 200 Thai rotary members club in Bangkok. The collected data were analyzed with descriptive and inferential statistics, including hierarchical regression and analysis of variance. The results ...
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    The effects of socioeconomic status, work-life balance and mental health on happiness among Thai workforces 

    Pichai Tangsathapornphanich; Kalayanee Senasu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)

    The main purpose of this study is to investigate the relationships between happiness and mental health (MH), socioeconomic status (SES), work-life balance (WL), family satisfaction (FS) and community satisfaction (CS). The variables of happiness are consisted of three components: life satisfaction, positive affect and negative affect. There are two elements for mental health: mental capacity (coping ability) and mental quality (kindness and altruism) while socioeconomic status variable is a composite indicator of education and income. We ...
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    The impacts of corporate social responsibility, quality of work life and job-related outcomes in Thailand 

    Kanittaga Thardsatien; Kalayanee Senasu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    The purpose of this study is to investigate the impacts among corporate social responsibility (CSR) , quality of work life ( QWL) and job-related outcomes (JRO) , including organizational performance ( OP) as both financial performance ( FP) and subjective organizational performance ( SP) or the employee’ s perception on organizational performance, job satisfaction (JS) and organizational commitment (OC) in order to maintain the attention of the organizations in Thailand towards this area
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    The moderating effect of love money on the relationship between socioeconomic status and happiness 

    Nanthaporn Chitchai; Kalayanee Senasu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    The objective of this research is to find the moderating effects of love of money (LOM) on the relationship between socioeconomic status (SES) and happiness. In particular, this study explores the relationship not only directly from SES to happiness, but also indirectly through life domains’ satisfaction, i.e. job, income and family satisfaction. Additionally, it further studies the moderating roles of LOM on those indirect or mediated relationships.