The Relationships Between Future Orientation, Emotional Intelligence And Family Relationships With Self–Discipline, Self–Confidence And Problem–Solving Ability Of Prathomsueksa 6 Students : Cononical Correlation Analysis

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สุธีนี ปลื้มใจ
ประวิต เอราวรรณ์
มนูญ ศิวารมย์

Abstract

self–discipline, self–confidence and problem–solving are features that are
important to promote in students everyone for successful in future.The research
aimed to investigate the canonical relationship of future orientation, emotional
intelligence and family relationships with self–discipline, self–confidence and
problem–solving. The sample consisted of 360 Prathom suksa 6 Students in
second term of academic year 2011 under office of the Basic Education Commission
Roiet area 2, obtained through the multi-stage random sampling technique. The
instruments used were 1 test 6 path. The data were analyzed by using simple
correlation and canonical correlation.
The results of the study were as follow:
1. Analysis of relationships between future orientation, emotional
intelligence and family relationships affecting to self–discipline, self–confidence
and problem–solving the results of future orientation, emotional intelligence and
family relationships positively related to self–discipline, self–confidence and
problem–solving at the .01 level of significance included, with a correlation
coefficients between .578 to .690
2. Analysis of canonical correlations revealed the following.
There were three sets canonical correlations between future
orientation, emotional intelligence and family relationships affecting to self–
discipline, self–confidence and problem–solving. The first set at the .01 level of
significance had canonical correlations of .805 which could explain the
relationship at 64.8 percent. This relationship was originated from the
dependent variables with the most weight was problem–solving and from the
weight of independent factors was emotional intelligence. In this second set
and third set had canonical correlations non- significance.
In conclusion self–discipline, self–confidence and problem–solving had
relations with future orientation, emotional intelligence and family relationships

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