Author(s): Onuma Suphattanakul, Ekarach Maliwan, Vilasinee Sukka, Paweekorn Suraban
This study focused on the citizenship in democratic regime. The purposes of this research were aimed at (1) evaluating the citizenship level in democratic regime, (2)comparing the citizenship levels in democratic regime, and (3) analyzing factors affecting the citizenship levels in democratic regime. This study used the case study of the Koh TaewSub-district Municipality and Ban Han Sub-district Municipality, Songkhla Province, Thailand. Questionnaires were used to collect data. The descriptive statistics including frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation were used in data analysis. The independent sample t-test was also used to compare the citizenship levels. Moreover, One-way ANOVA was conducted to analyze factors affecting the citizenship levels of people. The study revealed that the citizenship levels of people in Koh TaewSub-district Municipality and Ban Han Sub-district Municipality were at high levels. In addition, people residing in the different areas achieved different levels of citizenship. Moreover, the results of the study revealed that gender, age, occupation, income, and education level were the factors affecting the citizenship in democratic regime.