Nuclear Power Project Management Confidence with Cultural Science Thailand

Dejsingchai Wongkhamton *

Faculty of Cultural Science, Mahasarakham University, Thailand

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

More than 7 billion people live on Earth which involves a multidimensional activity encompassing environmental pollution, energy and climate. Energy therefore is an important part of life and is an indicator of the direction in developing countries. So the future direction of the energy in Thailand and neighboring countries in Asia were considered. More demands for every day to support all activities, implementation of cultural organization that integrated approach combining both social and technology. Currently, humans find petroleum source to expedite economy and socials, all natural energy has limited by raw material quantity and innovation technology for improve which cannot process full capacity. Issues for nuclear power plant in aspects of society cross to base on cultural implementation of development and change with perceptions towards production pursuance to align in  . Research findings include one of the major factors which affect the nuclear power plant construction in Thailand is that the education level of the people. The citizens basically do not understand the relevance of advanced technology and innovation leading to human convenience and the presence of knowledge on safety and security.

     

 

 

 

Keywords: Nuclear power plant, economic, technology, culture, society, happiness, healthy, quality, education


How to Cite

Wongkhamton, Dejsingchai. 2014. “Nuclear Power Project Management Confidence With Cultural Science Thailand”. Advances in Research 2 (6):354-66. https://doi.org/10.9734/AIR/2014/9465.

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