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The Effects of Parents’ Rearing Attitudes Perception on Interpersonal Relationship of Junior High School Students with Learning Disabilities: Self-concept as a Mediator
students with learning disabilities
parents’ rearing attitudes
The purpose of the study was to examine the relationship among parents’ rearing attitudes, self-concept and interpersonal relationship of junior high school students with learning disabilities, and also to investigate differences in three variables with different background. In addition, it also aimed to explore the mediation effect of self concept. The method of questionnaire survey was adopted for this study. One hundred and fourteen learning disability students were recruited from junior high school in Hsinchu. The data were analyzed by the method of descriptive statistics analysis, T-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson correlation, stepwise multiple regressions and hierarchical regression. The main findings were as follows： 1. The parents’ rearing attitudes were positive. The self-concept and relationship of sample students were also positive. 2. The demandingness aspect of parents’ rearing attitudes of junior-high-school students with learning disabilities varied significantly in terms of family socioeconomic status.The higher and mediate group was better than lower group, but not the gender and grades. 3. There were no significant differences in the aspect of self-concept in terms of the gender, socioeconomic status and grades. 4. The female caregivers have significant differences in the affection of interpersonal relationship, and better than male’s. 5. There were significant differences in the aspect of self-concept and interpersonal relationship, in terms of parents’ rearing attitudes.Democratic parenting style was better than the others. 6. There were positive correlations between parents’ rearing attitudes and self-concept.There were positive correlations between parents’ rearing attitudes and interpersonal relationship.There were positive correlations between self-concept and interpersonal relationship. 7. The global self-concept, social self and demandingness can significantly predict the interpersonal relationship. The self-concept served as mediator in the relations between parents’ rearing attitudes and interpersonal relationship. Based on the findings and conclusions, several suggestions were proposed for parents, teachers, and future research.
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