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Volume 179, 20232023 6th International Conference on Humanities Education and Social Sciences (ICHESS 2023)
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|Social Science and Cognitive Psychoanalysis
|14 December 2023
The influence of parenting style on employment anxiety in vocational colleges in China: A case study of SX City
Krirk University, Bangkok, Thailand
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This study takes students from higher vocational colleges in SX City as the research object to study the relationship between parental parenting styles and employment anxiety. The study used the Parenting Style Scale and the Employment Anxiety Scale, and conducted a questionnaire survey on the research subjects, using four-point and five-point scales respectively for scoring. The results confirmed that both the father’s and mother’s parenting styles have a significant impact on employment anxiety, among which the father’s and mother’s parenting styles have varying degrees of impact on employment anxiety in different dimensions. The research conclusion states that parents should educate their children in a more reasonable and scientific way, or with warm educational techniques so that students in higher vocational colleges can have a better mental state to face the fierce competition. At the same time, negative education methods must be avoided in order to better build students’ self-confidence and alleviate factors such as lack of confidence in anxiety. Finally, it is suggested that parents need to consider their children’s ideas more and not impose their own hospitals on their children too much, and that higher vocational students should learn how to alleviate their friends’ employment anxiety.
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