Passanan Assavarak


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Title : Dr.

Position : Lecturer / Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs

Department : Social Sciences and Humanities

Educational background :

B.A (Political Science, CU) (2nd Class Honours)
M.A. (Sociology, CU)

Publications :

Journals

  • Sawaengsuk, W., Assavarak, P., & H. Gheewala, S. (2015). Identifying Suitable Social and Socio-economic Indicators for Biofuel Systems in Thailand. Journal of Sustainable Energy & Environment, 6, 37-41.
  • Assavarak, P. (2012). Constructed Identity and Community Self-Expression to Perceive Human Security; Case Study of Klity Village, Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 3(3), September, 239-246.
  • ภาสนันทน์ อัศวรักษ์. (2551). ความรุนแรงในครอบครัว: ต้นตอแห่งปัญหาและทางแก้ไข. ยุติธรรมคู่ขนาน, 3(1), กรกฎาคม, 38-43.
  • ภาสนันทน์ อัศวรักษ์ และ งามพิศ สัตย์สงวน. (2549). การตัดสินใจดำรงครรภ์และการปรับตัวของมารดานอกสมรสในเขตกรุงเทพมหานคร. วารสารสังคมศาสตร์ ม. นเรศวร, 2(3), มกราคม – มิถุนายน , 42-64.

Conference proceedings

  • Assavarak, P., Klaching, P., Ratanavilaisakul, R., Chontanawat, J., Iemworamate, W., Chudech, S., & Nansunanon, S. (2016). The Resistance Process of Local Community Strives against Phraek Sa Landfill Management: Case Study of Phraek Sa Landfill, Samutprakan Province. Proceedings from Suratthani Rajabhat University International Conference “Facilitating Autonomous Learning via Research-Based Approaches (FCAL)” (pp. 168-174). 27 – 28 October 2016, Thailand: Suratthani Rajabhat University, Suratthani.
  • Boonsem, A. & Assavarak, P. (2015). Silent Danger—Health Problems among Migrant Laborers in Samut Sakhon Province, Thailand. Online Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment “Impact Assessment in the Digital Era” (pp. 1-6). 20 – 23 April, Italy: Firenze Fiera Congress & Exhibition Center, Florence.
  • Assavarak, P. (2014). Work Expectations versus Reality Confronted by Myanmar Migrant Workers in Thailand. Proceedings from IBSSS 2014: The Global Symposium on Social Sciences (pp. 109-117). 11 – 13 July, Thailand: The Royal Paradise Hotel, Phuket.
  • Ratanavilaisakul, R. & Assavarak, P. (2014). Happiness or Depression, the Psychological Well-being of Elderlies in Ban Bang Khae, Social Welfare Development Center for Older Persons, Thailand. Proceedings from APSSC 2014: The 2014 Asia-Pacific Social Science Conference (pp. 451-456). 8 – 10 January, Korea: Renaissance Seoul Hotel, Seoul.
  • Worawongpongsa, W. & Assavarak, P. (Updated October 16, 2008). Peace Making: Religions Diversity in the Midst of Peace: Case Study in Samudsongkram Province. Selected to present in website: http://irsa-world.org/XII/papers/groups.html, XII World Congress of Rural Sociology: Envision Prosperous Rural Futures in a Globalizing World (pp. 1-15). 6 – 11 July 2008. Korea: Goyang.
  • Assavarak, P. (2007). Patriarchy: Behind the silent voice domestic violence. Presented in website: http://humansecurityconf.polsci.chula.ac.th/final.html, International Development Studies Conference on “Mainstreaming Human Security: The Asian Contribution”. 4 – 5 October, Bangkok.

Presentations :

  • Boonsem, A. and Assavarak, P., Silent Danger—Health problems among migrant laborers in Samut Sakhon Province, Thailand, The 35th Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment “Impact Assessment in the Digital Era”, Firenze Fiera Congress & Exhibition Center, Florence, Italy, 20 – 23 April 2015.
  • Assavarak, P., Work Expectations versus Reality confronted by Myanmar Migrant Workers in Thailand, The Global Symposium on Social Sciences (IBSSS 2014), The Royal Paradise Hotel, Phuket, Thailand, 11 – 13 July 2014, p. 25.
  • Ratanavilaisakul, R. and Assavarak, P., Happiness or Depression, the Psychological Well-being of Elderlies in Ban Bang Khae, Social Welfare Development Center for Older Persons, Thailand, The 2014 Asia-Pacific Social Science Conference (APSSC), Renaissance Seoul Hotel, Seoul, Korea, 8 – 10 January 2014.
  • Assavarak, P., Risk and Human Insecurity of Migrant Workers in Globalizing World: A Case Study of Samutsakorn Province, Thailand, The 2013 Conference on Human Development in Asia “Change, Continuity and Diversity: Perspectives on Sustainability for Asia” (COHDA 2013), 6 – 8 August 2013, KKR Hotel, Hiroshima, Japan, p. 8.

Contact Number : 02 470 -8707

E-mail : passanan.ass@kmutt.ac.th