The Causal Factors Influencing The Community Participation Behavior in Health Promotion

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กานต์นะรัตน์ จรามร
สมศักดิ์ ลิลา
สมพงษ์ ปั่นหุ่น

Abstract

The study influence of factors affecting effective the community
participation behavior in health promotion was the study in phase 1 of The model
of empowerment participatory action research with the community participation
behavior in health promotion.
The purpose of this research was to study the causal factors influencing effective
the community participation behavior in health promotion. And examine the
goodness of fit of the casual factors model with the empirical data. The sample
consisted of 295 family health leaders in Chachoengsao province and obtained
using the multi-stage random sampling technique. The research instrument
included the community participation in health promotion questionnaire. Data
were analyzed by basis statistical analysis program and the causal factors model
through LISREL 8.72.
The results indicated that the influence of factors direct effective the
community participation behavior in health promotion from the highest effects
toward least effects as the following results; communication, motivation and
attitude toward participation. Indirect effective the community participation
behavior in health promotion was organization climate. And the hypothesis model
was in congruence with the empirical data with Chi-square= 86.38, degree of
freedom=79, p-value=.091, Goodness of fit index (GFI) = .96, Adjusted goodness of
fit index (AGFI)= .93, Standardized Root Mean Squared Residual (SRMR) <.01, Root
Mean Square Error of Approximation (RMSEA)=.028, Coefficient of Determination
(2 R) = .57. It can be conclude that the communication was highest effect the
community participation behavior in health promotion. The government office and
nongovernment organization give precedence to communication actually initiate
the community participation behavior.

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