THE ROLE OF THINKING STYLES AS MEDIATORS BETWEEN PERMISSIVE PARENTING STYLES AND CAREER DECISION SELF-EFFICACY OF INDONESIAN GEN Z YOUTHS
1Dominikus David Biondi Situmorang, Rose Mini Agoes Salim
Career decision self-efficacy (CDSE), which alludes to an individual’s capacity to effectively make imperative career-related choices, is emphatically affected by two factors: parenting styles and thinking styles. Hence, this non-experimental quantitative consider analyzes the effects of parenting styles and thinking styles on the CDSE of gen Z youths. The participants comprised of 617 gen Z youths (11th and 12th grades) from three favorite schools in Jakarta, Indonesia, whereas the measuring instruments included the Career Decision Self-Efficacy Scale – Short Form, the Parental Authority Questionnaire, and the Thinking Styles Inventory - Revised II. Based on the discoveries, CDSE was altogether affected by the permissive parenting styles as well as the Type I, Type II, and Type III Thinking Styles. Besides, the investigation found that the thinking style intervened the relationship between the permissive parenting styles and CDSE.
career decision self-efficacy, permissive parenting styles, thinking styles, gen z