AN ANALYSIS OF PARENTS’ THAI WAY OF LIFE CHILD REARING: A CASE STUDY OF THE CENTRAL REGION

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Khantharot Papol

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The purpose of this research were 1) to study of Thai way of life child rearing  2) to compare Thai way of life child rearing  in the central region which classified by gender, educational level and occupation. The sample group in this research was 420 people. The instrument in this research was a questionnaire for Thai way of life child rearing by analyzing the average standard deviation Content analysis T-test and F-test with one-way analysis of variance.


The research found that: 1. The Child rearing in accordance with the Thai way of life of the parents in general was at a moderate level ( M = 2.12, S.D. = 0.19). When considering each aspect, it was found that the highest mean was parenting. Early childhood education according to the Thai way of life in care-oriented style, followed by primary-care children in the Thai way of life in a care-based style. Parenting of young children in accordance with Thai ways of life in controlled parenting and parenting of young children in accordance with Thai ways of life in neglected parenting, respectively. 2. The result of comparing the parents’ Thai way of life child rearing in the central region which was classified by gender and educational levels found that.  2.1 Parents’ Thai way of life child rearing according to Thai way of life weren’t different between male and female parents. 2.2 Parents’ Thai way of life child rearing according to Thai way of life weren’t different between educational levels.

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