Student Well-Being: Unravelling School Climate and Parenting Styles Influence
Author(s): Durrotunnisa, Marthen Pali, Adi Atmoko, Muh. Irtaji
Student well-being is conceptualized as positive affect interpersonal and positive affect interpersonal indicated by eagerness, gratitude, and contentment upon these as well as the others. Student well-being is influenced by social contexts such as school climate and parenting style. This study employed 118 VIII Graders in Junior High School in Malang, East Java, and Indonesia. The entire samples demanded to fill three research scales consist of six items for student well-being scale, 14 items for school climate scale, and nine items for parenting style scale. To test and examine the causality relationship among the variables, Structural Equation modeling analysis (SEM) using AMOS program version 20 was employed. The overall findings reveal that parenting style contributes higher compare to school climate in constructing student well-being.