EFFECT OF BUDDHIST SELF–ESTEEM PROGRAM : A CASE STUDY OF MATHAYOMSUKSA I STUDENT IN MATHAYOMWATDUSITARAM SCHOOL

Authors

  • นางพวงเพชร วัชรรัตนพงศ์
  • ผศ.ดร.สาระ มุขดี

Keywords:

Self-Esteem, False and True Values, Buddhism.

Abstract

This research possessed 2 objectives were 1) to study the level of self – appreciation accorded with the principle of Buddhism to students and  2) to study the effect of Buddhist self–esteem program to the student of Mathayomsuksa I in Mathayomwatdusitaram School. The research methodology is Quasi Experimental Research. The sampled group of 60 persons wore comprised each of 30 experimented and controlled persons. While the instruments for research were questionnaires about self–esteem and Buddhist self–esteem program. The statistics used for searching an average  as a standard deviation  and an using a type of t–test in two paired samples t–test. The consequence of research was found that after experiment it was found that two groups of students had an average of marks about a self–esteem by an aggregate image which was different about an important implication at 0.01%. An analytical of difference before and after in experimented group which the true and false values in the self and value in performing the self–benefit and the benefit to the other had the difference with an important implication at 0.01%.

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Published

2018-07-03

How to Cite

วัชรรัตนพงศ์ น., & มุขดี ผ. (2018). EFFECT OF BUDDHIST SELF–ESTEEM PROGRAM : A CASE STUDY OF MATHAYOMSUKSA I STUDENT IN MATHAYOMWATDUSITARAM SCHOOL. Journal of MCU Humanities Review, 4(1), 29–36. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/human/article/view/165032