Peerayuth Charoensukmongkol

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Addiction to social media has now become a problem that societies are concerned with. The aim of the present study is to investigate the impacts that social media addiction has on mindfulness and choice of coping strategy, as well as to explore the consequences on emotional exhaustion. The survey data were collected from 211 employees in 13 enterprises in(More)
The objective of this research is to examine the conditions that make social media use at work yield higher benefit to employee job performance. Survey data were collected from 211 employees in Thailand. Results from partial least square regression analysis show that although the intensity of social media use at work positively affects job performance, the(More)
Research on the role of social media use in the workplace has gained more interest, yet little is known about personal characteristics that might influence the outcomes that employees experience when they use social media during work. This research aims to investigate the impact of the intensity of social media use at work on three aspects of burnout:(More)
This study analyzes the competing roles of economic wealth and corruption on software piracy based on the supply-demand perspective. The study argues that even though greater economic wealth may encourage people to buy legal software instead of using pirated software, the ease of access to pirated copies in the open market as a result of corruption can have(More)
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