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In class research on Legal Awareness of students in the study of Law for daily life subject, Chiang rai Rajabhat University objective was to improve the content of law in daily life (GEN1145) subject to be conformed with social change and students. Also, find the best approach in teaching the subjects. The research was done by observing students who applied for the course in the second semester of 2016 academic year on their reception and awareness of law by using feedback from assignments and in-class activities.
The research found that students awareness prior to the course was terrible. Students has no sense of public participation and natural rights. Their attitude and understanding on Justice system was bad. Even though they know some rights, they did not know its source and were unable to give reasons on how it came to be. They saw law as a irrelevant and distance matters to their life. However, after completing the course, the students awareness was raised in a way that they can explain how the law and rights came to be. They were able to give legal opinion and apply what they’ve learnt to their daily life.
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