การเปรียบเทียบความรู้สึกภาคภูมิใจในตนเองของนักเรียน ในระดับชั้นมัธยมศึกษาตอนปลายในโรงเรียนแบบสหศึกษา และชายล้วนหรือหญิงล้วน สังกัดกรมสามัญศึกษา กระทรวงศึกษาธิการ ในเขตกรุงเทพมหานคร / มุทธา วัธนจิตต์ = The comparative study of self-esteem of upper secondary education level student, in co-education school and boy school or girl school, under Department of Formal Education, Ministry of Education in Bangkok Metropolis / Muttha Vatthanachit
This crossectional analytic research aims to study the effect of school types on student self-esteem. 913 government high-school students, from boy, girl and co-education schools, were subjects to whom tested by Cooper smith's self-esteem Inventory test (CSEI). No significant differences in students' self-esteem were found in the comparison data of the effects of the school types. The significant results (α = 0.05) from the regression analysis of the factors affecting the degree of self-esteem were demonstrated as following: For the co-education school, GPA, especially between 3.00-3.49 and 2.00-2.49 was the main effect in increasing the level of students’ self-esteem; while the lack of satisfaction in facial and physical appearance, grade 11, and having father whose careers are free-lance such as physicians, engineers and architects were the critical effects to decrease the level of students' self-esteem. The father's average monthly incomes over 20,000 baht and parents' healthy marriage were the factors increasing the level of girl school students' self-esteem. The main decreasing effect was tile lack of satisfaction in facial and physical appearance and having persistent disease. For the boy school, studying in “Suankularb College" was the main increasing effect. On the other hand, the lack of satisfaction in facial and physical appearance, fathers' average monthly income between 5,000-9,999 baht and mothers' working in private sector such as banks and companies were the factors mainly decreasing the level of students' self-esteem.