— This research is to study the attitude of sufficiency economy 1 as the adaptation to use in everyday life of senior citizen in Bang Nang Lee, Amphawa, Samutsongkram. This study was collected data from 301 aging in Bangnanglee Subdistrict Amphawa District Samutsongkhram Province. The findings were summed up. From calculating the data of the questionnaires, the mean value and standard deviation showed that the sample group’s attitude toward the philosophy was in the average rage ( x = 2.71 ). When consider into each point, I found that the teaching about growing vegetables in the household garden received the highest score ( x = 3.51), then following by “spending only necessary ( x = 3.48), “do we really have to buy this thing?” ( x = 3.43), “do we teach our children how to think before buying?” ( x = 3.38). The last point which received the lowest score was “are we going to wastemoney on lotto?’ ( x = 1.69). The most of samples were males, primary school graduates and agriculturists. The media sources of the philosophy of the sufficiency economy were Television, Community leaders and newspaper respectively.
— Senior citizen, sufficiency economics, attitude.
Rangsima Passara is with the Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Bangkok, Thailand (tel.: +66-08 mail: Rangsima.email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Rangsima Passara, " Seniors Citizen and Self-Care Behavior by the Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy in Bang Nang Lee, Amphawa, Samutsongkram," Journal of Economics, Business and Management vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 76-79, 2016.