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A Study of Correlation between Parenting Styles and Leadership of Scholastic Gifted Students in Junior High School.
gifted students in junior high school
scholastic gifted students
The purpose of this study was to investigate the correlation between parenting styles and leadership of scholastic gifted students. Samples were 515 scholastic gifted students in junior high school of Taipei City, New Taipei City and Keelung City. Research tools were Perception of Parenting Style Scale and Leadership Development Program(LDP). The data obtained was analyzed by descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson’s product-moment correlation, and stepwise multiple regression analysis. The results of this study were as follows: 1. In terms of gender, there were no significant differences on fathers’ parenting styles. However, there were significant differences on nonintervention and neglecting hostility in mothers’ parenting styles, and written communication skills in LDP. 2. In terms of birth order, there were no significant differences on parenting styles. However, there were significant differences on written communication skills and speech communication skills in LDP. 3. In terms of leading experiences, there were significant differences on parenting styles and LDP. 4. In terms of social status of family, there were no significant differences on parenting styles. However, there were significant differences in following 6 scales from LDP: fundamentals of leadership, written communication skills, speech communication skills, group dynamic skills, personal skills and planning skills. 5. There were significant positive correlation between democracy parenting styles and leadership. However, there were significant negative correlations between nonintervention and neglecting hostility in parenting styles and leadership. 6. Parenting styles could be used to predict leadership. Democracy parenting styles could be positively predicted leadership, and nonintervention and indulgence could be negatively predicted leadership. Finally, according to the above results of this study, some suggestions were offered to educational personnel, parents and the future researchers.
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