Social Capital and Health Security of Family in E-San Rural


  • Sungkom Suparatanagool
  • Dusadee Ayuwat
  • Pirasak Sriruecha


health security social capital


The objective of this study aimed to describe; the model of health security promotion process, the factorscomponent, and the factors which influence health security of rural families in northeastern. It was conducted onthe mixed method both qualitative and quantitative. Data was collected through the households or health keeperswithin family. Study in the Northeastern provinces consists: Loei, Nongbualaphu, Udonthani, and Nong Khai Province during the months of July 2009 to March 2010 covered 400 samples size and analyzed by contentanalysis and LISREL.This paper shows that the health security promotion processes modeling which there were 3 aspects suchas health promotion process through social capital within family, social capital within community, and socialcapital link from structure. The component of factors influence health security of rural families shown that 4groups factor consists: group I: the familyûs structure factor. Group II the social capital within family. GroupIII: the social capital within community. Including, group IV: the social capital link from structure. Moreover,health security of rural families in Northeastern which were high effected from social capital within family (β=1.47) and moderate effected from the social capital from structure (β=0.99), and finalize from the socialcapital within community (β= -0.57) respectively. All of these factors were shown power of prediction healthsecurity of rural families at 67.0% (R2=0.67) Suggestion, so that the health strategic implementation shouldbe concern about the social capital which were in family and community very much. Those were supported forhealth security promotion process of rural families in northeastern so well.




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