Good Governance Administration in Subdistrict Administrative Organisations of Samutsongkram District, Samutsongkram

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Nonglak Thaweeraksa

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The research on Good Governance Administration in Subdistrict Administrative Organisations of Samutsongkram District has been carried out to: 1) study the Good Governance administration level in the Subdistrict Administrative Organisation of Samutsongkram District, Samutsongkram province, 2) compare the Good Governance administration level in the Subdistrict Administrative Organisation of Samutsonngkram District of Samutsongkram province based on personal factors such as gender, age, income, and job position. The population consisted of 472 people in Subdistrict Administrative Organisations of Samutsongkram District, Samutsongkram Province. Samutsongkram District is comprised of 9 SAOs. The research is a quantitative research. The statistical analysis used were percentage, mean, standard deviation, T-Test, F-Test, and Least Significant Difference method. The result revealed Good Governance administration in the nine SAOs of Samutsongkram District is at a high level on the overall and the result in high in all aspects. The highest aspect, however, is ‘morality’ followed by ‘participation’, ‘accountability’, ‘rule of law’, ‘cost-effectiveness, and ‘transparency’. The comparative result based on personal factors such as gender, age, education level, and job position did not show statistically significant difference at 0.05 in terms of rule of law, morality, transparency, and participation. On the other hand, it showed statistically significant difference at 0.05 in terms of accountability and cost-effectiveness.

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Thaweeraksa, N. (2021). Good Governance Administration in Subdistrict Administrative Organisations of Samutsongkram District, Samutsongkram. nternational ournal of evelopment dministration esearch, 4(1), 21-37. etrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ijdar/article/view/249834
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