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This research has 2 objectives which were (1) to study the guideline based upon Buddha-Dharma for development of the youths and (2) to identify key ideas based upon Buddha-Dharma for development of the youths in the Juvenile Observation and Protection Centre. It is a mixed method research. Analyze data from document analysis with content analysis. And the data were analyzed by descriptive statistics with 86 key informants
The results of this study indicated that
1) The guideline based upon Buddha-Dharma for development of the youths is related 3 main things. The first one is start with understanding the mental characteristics in general. Then, understanding the mental characteristics of the youths is the following point. And so on, specifically with guidelines based upon Buddha-Dharma for development of the youths.
2) The key ideas based upon Buddha-Dharma for development of the youths in the Juvenile Observation and Protection Centre are: The family and teachers should look after and take care their youths. The youths must also know how to cognizant of the facts and restrain themselves from their inappropriate behavior.
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