Gender for Energy Technological Using in Rice Farmer Household of Thailand

Jumpol Kullavanijaya

Abstract


The research was qualitative approaches. The research design for qualitative research was In-Dept Interview with Ethnographic research technique of with 10 Thai peoples who live at Mekong River bank in Ubon Ratchani Province, the Northeastern region of Thailand. The content from qualitative research was analyzed to construct the questionnaire for quantitative research. Factor analysis was used for determination the component factors. The objectives of this research were 1) to study gender role related to energy supply and consumption in household and 2) to analyze content of gender role to construct items for factor analysis to identify the component of gender role related to energy supply and consumption in household. There were 6 components were constructed from 60 items. The 6 components were gender role involved energy supply and consumption, energy technology using in household at present and past, replacement with renewable energy, local wisdom energy technological use, energy technological use for health, and household energy conservation.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n3p95


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