Indicators of Effective Followership for Teachers under the Local Administrative Organization, Thailand: The Structural Relationship Model

  •  Napupa Potima    
  •  Wirot Sanrattana    
  •  Paisan Suwannoi    


This study aims to examine the consistency of the structural relationship model developed from both related theories and previous studies. Key components, sub-components and related indicators were examined by descriptive method. Sample sizes were controlled by the ratio between sample units and number of parameters as 20:1. A total of 31,026 samples were collected. All samples were teachers who were teaching at schools under the jurisdiction of local administration in Thailand. The questionnaire was used as a 5-level rating scale with 0.979 reliability. Results were based on related hypothesis, WIE model, participatory measurement model (PAR), and critical measurement model (CRT), respectively. The Measurement of Integrity (INT) and FOLL (Good User-Conduct Modeling) models were consistent with those previous studies. The key components, sub-components and indicators were also loaded according to the criteria.

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