Publication: Parenting styles and hardiness of students in a Thai military academy
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Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand. Vol.101, No.1 (2018), S19-S23
Tikumporn Hosiri, Kamonnet Wannasewok, Pornthida Chaiharn, Sucheera Phattharayuttawat, Vichai Manussirivithaya, Thienchai Ngamthipwatthana (2018). Parenting styles and hardiness of students in a Thai military academy. Retrieved from: https://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/handle/123456789/47124.
Parenting styles and hardiness of students in a Thai military academy
© 2018, Medical Association of Thailand. All rights reserved. Objective: To study the correlation between parenting styles and hardiness of a Thai military students and the predictive role of parenting styles to the hardiness. Materials and Methods: The military students in total of 319 students responded to the parenting style rating scale and Thai version of the dispositional resilience scale [DRS15]. The statistical analysis included descriptive statistic, One-way ANOVA, Pearson’s correlation coefficient, and stepwise multiple regression. Results: Most military students received authoritative parenting style (69.93%) and scored higher than the mean score of hardiness (54.69%). The differences in parenting styles resulted in differences in hardiness had a statistical significant. Authoritative parenting style had moderate positive correlation with hardiness (r = 0.323, p<0.01). Authoritarian and neglectful parenting style had low negative correlation with hardiness (r = -0.22, p<0.01 and r = -0.27, p<0.01 respectively). Permissive parenting style did not have a statistically significant correlation with hardiness. While authoritative parenting style also had the predictive ability of hardiness by 10%. Conclusion: In military students, authoritative parenting style had moderate positive correlation with hardiness and had the predictive ability of 10% for hardiness. The authoritative parenting style had positive affected on their hardiness.