Abstract: This study intended to measure and compare the degrees of henpeckedness in relationships of students of a Thai university by individual factors, namely, field of study, birthplace, income and family role model and examine the relationship between the henpeckedness and flirtatiousness of the students by collecting data from 400 male undergraduates enrolled in the first semester of academic years 2016 with a questionnaire. Data analysis utilised statistics of frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-statistic, one-way ANOVA, Tukeys pairwise comparison and Pearsons correlation coefficient at s ignificance level of 0.05. The students were found to be henpecked at a moderate level. Students with different family role models and incomes had different degrees of henpeckedness in relationships whereas different fields of study and birthplaces did not affect henpeckedness.
Kittisak Jermsittiparsert and Warrawat Theansri, 2017. Henpeckedness in Relationships of Students of a University of Thailand. The Social Sciences, 12: 2175-2179.