The study of acceptance Thai LGBTQs in Bangkok: analysis of attitudes from Gen-Z people Online publication date: Fri, 03-Apr-2020
by Jirayut Monjagapate; Nakorn Rungkittanasan
International Journal of Information Privacy, Security and Integrity (IJIPSI), Vol. 4, No. 2, 2019
Abstract: This study is intentionally created to make an awareness about being third genders in the society. Authors interviewed 300 interviewees who were born from 1995 to 2012, Bangkok, Thailand. They are called as Generation-Z people. The interviewees are asked about their opinions in terms of acknowledgement and perceiving on LGBTQs. There are two main parts that the study does. In the first part, interviewees were asked to define the definition of being third gender. Secondly, they are asked about the level of acceptance of third gender. From the observations, in Thai society, third genders are still in limitations of regulations and official acceptance. The majority of interviewees gives a high rate of acceptance of LGBTQs. However, the interviewees still believe that third genders are still not totally treated equally based on these limitations. The scores that interviewees give are in different level between family and mentality section with higher variations.
Online publication date: Fri, 03-Apr-2020
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