The Attitude and Satisfaction Survey towards the Problem Solving of the Unrest Situation at The Border of Southern Provinces, Thailand
This research is conducted to study the attitude and satisfaction towards the problem solving of the unrest situation at the border of Southern provinces in Thailand. The original main factors were poverty, drug, ethnicity, religion, culture and history. However, the violence situation from 2004 to the present is considered a sensitive situation with a serious problem, resulting from complex conditions. The researchers conducted this research by using quantitative and qualitative research method. Qualitative data was collected by, in-depth interviews with the key informants. This research objectives were conducted in order to survey each aspect as follows: Personnel aspect, Structural aspect and Cultural aspect and 1) to survey: the attitudes, expectations, or needs of the people in solving the unrest situation at the border of Southern provinces in Thailand in each aspects 2) to survey: the people's satisfaction in solving the unrest situation at the border of Southern provinces in Thailand in each aspects and 3) to acknowledge: problems and suggestions for the unrest situation at the border of Southern provinces in Thailand in each aspects. This researcher’s team conducted the research into 3 phases. The research result indicated that the key to solving problems is to implement the "Philosophy of sufficiency economy" to develop brotherhood and relationship of the local people along with security and development in all dimensions.
Keywords - Thailand, Problem Solving, Unrest Situation