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junior high school students
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships between Pho-Phi-Kat and parenting styleof junior high school students and their parents.The measurements used werePhoPhiKat-TC Scale and Parental Bonding Instrument. 647 junior high school students from 9 schools, 240 their fathers and 230 their mothers participated in this study. The results were: 1. Junior high school studentswith different genders performed differently in PhoPhiKat-male students scored higher on Gelotophilia, Katagelasticism. On the other hand, female students scored higher on Gelotophobia. 2. There was a significantly positive correlation between fathers and mothers in Gelotophobia, Gelotophilia andKatagelasticism. Katagelasticism of mothers was positively related to Gelotophiliaof fathers. 3. Gelotophilia of fathers had a significantly positive correlation with care of father’s parenting style. Furthermore, Katagelasticism of mothers had a significantly negative correlation with care of mother’s parenting style. 4. Gelotophobiaof fathers could positively predict Gelotophobiaof children, while Gelotophilia of mothers could negatively predict Gelotophobiaof children. 5. Katagelasticism of fathers could positively predict Katagelasticism of children, while care of parenting style (from fathers and mothers) could negatively predict Katagelasticism of children. It is our hope that the results of this study may contribute to educational iv consultation and further studies as reference.
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