Corruption Literacy: Social Studies Pedagogy Innovation to Enhance Active Citizenship of Secondary School Students

Main Article Content

Supattra Malai, Charin Mangkhang, Jarunee Dibyamandala


Corruption Literacy is an important characteristic required to develop citizens in the world society to bring about  active citizenship with awareness of corruption problems. These problems have impacts on the social structure causing obstacles for competitiveness and broader impacts to occur if they are neglected without finding solutions timely. This article deals with synthesizing documents with objectives to present results of studying corruption problems in the Thai society and to present the concept of building  active citizens through social studies pedagogy innovation in schooling. This requires the democratic society in promoting students' learning in order to bring about society in action and driving towards a safe  society without crime, violence and corruption in digitalization of society.

Article Details