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Home  >  People  >   Associate Professor Dr.Kwanchit  Sasiwongsaroj
 
Associate Professor Dr.Kwanchit  Sasiwongsaroj

 
Office Room : 320
Telephone : (662) 8002308-14 ext.3300
Email : kwan7chit@yahoo.com
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Education
Ph.D. ( Demography ) From Mahidol University
 
Research Interest
1.
Health of ethnic groups and migrants
2.
Cross Cultural Research
3.
Culture and Ageing Care
4.
Cultural integration and migration
5.
 
Research Projects (20)
2021 :
Unexpolored Health and cultural: Challenged and opportunities in the aged care for the transnational retirement industry in Thailand
2020 :
Media Literate Elderly: Creating Media Literacy Course and Expanding Networks of Communicators for Well-being_[co-researcher]
2019 :
Research and Implementation for a baseline study or migrant early childhood development
2019 :
Elderly Use of Risk-Free Media: Creating Health Communicators Through Acquring Media and Information Literacy
2018 :
“Self-esteem and dignity”: Promoting Thai values in urban society to overcome the challenges of aging society
2018 :
Grateful Thai Youths Caring for the Elderly Health in a Family Context
2010 :
Child Mortality Differentials among Thai Buddhists and Thai Musli: Does Inequality Matter?
2007 :
Inequality of Child Mortality among Ethnic Groups in Thailand: A Quantitative and Qualitative Study
2005 :
Study of local history and culture of the central of Thailand : Nakhonchaisri basin community: History, socio-economic and cultural development
2004 :
(Change, Persistence and Revitalization of the Local Wisdom of the Maeklong Reverine Society)
2004 :
A model Development on disease prevention and control by Local Administration Organizaton : A Case study of Chiangmai province
2004 :
The use of Health Care Services of Burmese Migrant Workers in Ranong Province
2004 :
A model Development on disease prevention and control by Local Administration Organizaton : A Case study of Chiangmai province
2004 :
Local History Study: The Way of life in Nakhon Chaisri Basin
2003 :
Encyclopedia of Ethnic Groups in Thailand: Hokkien
2003 :
The model development on severe diarrhea prevention and control by community: A case study of Ranong province
2003 :
World veiw of Ethnic Groups in Thailand: Hokkien Health Care Beliefs and Practices
2002 :
Community Strengtening in Danguae Fever Prevention: Prawet Distric, Bangkok Metropolitan
2001 :
The Prevention of Severe Diarrhea by the community : Research and Development
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Integration of Thai Traditional Medicine and Modern Medicine in Fractured Bone Treatment
 
Publications (19)
2020 :
Bhibulbhanuvat, S, Doungphummes, N. and Sasiwongsaroj, K. (2020). Elderly Use of Risk-Free Media: Creating Media Literate Elderly Health Communicators. Journal of Business. Economics and Communications, 15(3), 174-191.
2019 :
Stange, G., , Sakdapolrak, P., Sasiwongsaroj, K., & Kourek, M.. (2019). Forced migration in Southeast Asia – A brief overview of current research. Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 12(2), 249-265.
2019 :
Kimura Y,, Iwasaki M, Ishimoto Y, et al.. (2019). Association between anorexia and poor chewing ability among community-dwelling older adults in Japan. Geriatrics and Gerontology International, 19, ,1290–1292.
2019 :
Sasiwongsaroj, k, Burasith, Y. (2019). Sasiwongsaroj, k. & Burasith, Y. (2019). “Features and Challenges of an Ageing Population” In M.J. Montesano, T. Chong, T, & M. Heng (eds.), After the Coup: The National Council for Peace and Order Era and the Future of Thailand (pp. 357-380). Singapore: ISEAS Publishing. [test]. , , .
2019 :
Sasiwongsaroj, k, and Burasith, Y. (2019). Managing Thailand’s Ageing Population. Perspective, 32, 1-15.
2018 :
Iwasaki, M, Kimura, Y., Sasiwongsaroj, K., Kettratad-Pruksapong, M., Suksudaj, S., Ishimoto, Y., …Miyazaki, H. (2018). Association between objectively measured chewing ability and frailty: A cross-sectional study in central Thailand . Geriatric and Gerontology International, doi: 10.1111/ggi.13264 [Scopus]. , , .
2015 :
Kwanchit Sasiwongsaroj, Taizo Wada, Kiyohito Okumiya, Hissei Imai, Yasuko Ishimoto, Ryota Sakamoto, Michiko Fujisawa, Yumi Kimura, Wen-ling Chen, Eriko Fukutomi and Kozo Matsubayashi. (2015). Buddhist social network and health in old age: A study in central Thailand. Geriatrics & Gerontology International, 1-9. [Scopus]. , , .
2014 :
Saowapa Pornsiripongse, Kwanchit Sasiwongsaroj and Pacharin Ketjamnong. (2014). Buddhist Temple: A Religious Capital Approach for Preparing Thailand Toward the Aging Society. : Contemporary Socio-Cultural and Political Perspectives in Thailand, Springer, 65-82. [Book Chapter]. , , .
2014 :
Pornsiripongse, S., Sasiwongsaroj, K. and Burasith, Y. (2014). Preparedness of Buddhist temples for an aging society. Journal of Languages and cultures, 33(1), 99-125.
2013 :
Sasiwongsaroj, K.. (2013). The central region amid a wave of changes: A synthesis of research projects on local history of the central region by youth historians. Humanities & Social sciences, 30(2), 108-132.
2010 :
Kwanchit Sasiwongsaroj. (2010). Socioeconomic Inequalities in Child Mortality: A Comparison Between Thai Buddhists and Thai Muslims. Journal of Health Research, 24(2), 81-86.
2010 :
Kwanchit Sasiwongsaroj. (2010). Religion and health in the elderly. Thammasat Medical Journal, 10 (3), 1 – 8.
2010 :
Kwanchit Sasiwongsaroj. (2010). การบำบัดโดยการสวนล้างลำไส้. Journal of Bureau ofAlternative Medicine , 3 (2), 4 - 15.
2010 :
Kwanchit Sasiwongsaroj. (2010). การผสมกลมกลืนทางวัฒนธรรมมีบทบาทต่อการตายของเด็กในกลุ่มน้อยที่เป็นผู้อพยพหรือไม่. Journal ofNurses' Association of Thailand, North-Eastern Division, 28 (3), 5-13.
2008 :
Khwanchit Sasiwongsaroj. (2008). Child Mortality Inequality between Thais and Hilltribes in Thailand: Study from Population and Housing Census. , 16 (2), 143 - 164.
2006 :
Khwanchit Sasiwongsaroj. (2006). The use of Health Care Services of Burmese Migrant Workers in Ranong Province. , , 135 - 149.
2003 :
Khwanchit Sasiwongsaroj. (2003). World veiw of Ethnic Groups in Thailand: Hokkien Health Care Beliefs and Practices . , , .
2002 :
Khwanchit Sasiwongsaroj. (2002). Community Strengtening in Danguae Fever Prevention: Prawet Distric, Bangkok Metropolitan . , , .
2001 :
Saowapa Pornsiripongse, Kwanjit Sasiwongsaroj, Pornthip Ausupharat and Thawatchai Pangpinij. (2001). The Developing of a Severe Diarrhea Prevention and control by community. Journal of Medical social Science, 12 (1), 57 - 79.
 
Presentations (9)
2010 :
Religious Differentials in Child mortality : Evidence from Buddhists and Muslims in Thailand
2010 :
การเรียนรู้เรื่องท้องถิ่นจากความทรงจำร่วมของชุมชน
2008 :
How does child mortality differ among ethnic groups in Thailand: A comparative study between Karen and Mon
2007 :
Social Class Inequality in Child Mortality among Ethnic Groups in Thailand
2007 :
Child Mortality Inequality between Thais and Hilltribes in Thailand: Study from Population and Housing Census
2007 :
Religious Differences in Child Mortality, Thailand
2006 :
The Use of Health Care Services by Burmese Migrant Workers in Ronong Province
2005 :
Nakhonchaisri basin community: History, socio-economic and cultural development
2001 :
The Prevention of Severe Diarrhea by community: Ranong Province
 
Other Products (4)
2004 :
Vivatpanit, K., Khwanchit Sasiwongsaroj. (2004). Beliefs and Health Behavior in Medical Sociology and Anthropology. Bangkok: Sukhothai Thammathiraj Press: 94-143. .
2001 :
Saowapa Pornsiripongse. (2001). The Developing of a Severe Diarrhea Prevention and control by community.
2000 :
Khwanchit Sasiwongsaroj. (2000). Encyclopedia of Ethnic Groups in Thailand: Hokkien .
2014 :
. (2014). Kwanchit Sasiwongsaroj. (2014). Irregular Migrant Workers from Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar in Thailand: Trends, Policies, and the Difficulties They Face. Southeast Asian Mobility Transitions: Issues and Trends in Migration and Tourism : Vienna, Edited by Karl Husa, Akexander Trupp, and Helmut Wohlschlagl, 54-82. [Book Chapter].