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- PublicationDiana Baumrind’s Parenting Styles(Chulalongkorn University Printing House, 2009)
;University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce. Journal Editorial OfficeOne of the important factors affecting human resources development is parentingstyles. Diana Baumrind (1971), a leading American psychologist in parenting stylestudies at the University of California, Berkeley, proposed two major dimensionsconcerning parents’ behaviors in fostering their children as follows: controlling ordemand dimension and responsive dimension. Baumrind integrated these twodimensions and classified parenting style into 3 types: authoritative parenting style,authoritarian parenting style, and permissive parenting style. Maccoby and Martin(1983), then proposed a fourth style, which is uninvolved parenting style. Based on theresearch focusing on parenting styles, it can be said that the authoritative parentingstyle plays a crucial role in shaping children psychologically to be able to adjustthemselves to others, to exercise appropriate social behavior, to be self-disciplined,and to possess an appropriate emotional quotient. 96 201
- PublicationEffect of Authoritative Parenting Style and Social Support on Prosocial Behavior with Mediating Effect of Empathy(University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, 2013)
;University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce. School of HumanitiesThe Purposes of this research were to study the effect of authoritativeparenting style and social support on prosocial behavior with mediating effect ofempathy. Participants were 500 undergraduate students, completed measures ofauthoritative parenting styles, social support, prosocial behavior and empathy.The results are as follows :1. Authoritative parenting styles has not the effects on prosocial behavior.2. Social support has the effects on prosocial behavior (p < .01).3. Empathy has not the mediating effect between authoritative parentingstyles and prosocial behavior.4. Empathy has not the mediating effect between social support andprosocial behavior. 4 25