The rate of divorce in Thailand has tripled from 10.8 per cent in 2009 to 33 per cent in 2012, while domestic violence has been recorded in at least a third of Thai families.
At a Chulabhorn Research Institute seminar Thursday, Wimontip Musikaphan, a lecturer at Mahidol University’s National Institute for Child and Family Development, presented family-happiness indicator studies between 2009-2012. The survey involving 4,000 respondents focused on the importance of family, economic status and family members’ vices.
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