JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling
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    STUDENT FLOURISHING IN TERM OF SUBCULTURES IN BENGKULU CITY AND THE IMPLICATIONS OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING

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    Research related to flourishing has so far been centered on the western context and limited to the context of education in Indonesia. Even though Indonesia is a plural country that requires studies related to this topic to encourage a harmonious atmosphere for students in the educational environment. Flourishing students refers to the condition of individuals who are able to achieve optimal development and function fully . This study aims to describe the profile of student flourishing in terms of the Bengkulu subculture. There are six different tribes in this study consisting of Serawai, Rejang, Lembak, Javanese, Minangkabau and Batak. This research is a quantitative research with a survey type. A total of 360 students from 5 (five) major universities in Bengkulu Province filled out the survey. The instrument used is the flourishing scale ( PERMA Profile measure ), which was adapted from Julie Butler Margaret L. Kern (2016). Data analysis used descriptive analysis and the Kruskal Wallis statistical test . The results showed that the respondents had different tendencies in describing the flourishing conditions of each subculture. This research is an empirical fact that students have a level of flourishing which is still classified as moderate, and there are still many students in the low category. Each description of the flourishing of Bengkulu subculture students can be seen from the results of each indicator obtained

    EVALUATION OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING IN STUFFLBEAM AND DAHIR STONE PERSPECTIVE

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    This article aims to comprehensively describe the evaluation of guidance and counseling in the perspective of Stuffelbeam and Dahir Stone. This research method uses the literature study method. The data obtained were compiled, analyzed, and concluded so as to obtain conclusions regarding the study of literature. The stages in the literature review are 1) planning, 2) conducting, 3) reporting. The data of the study that was carried out included a study of understanding, philosophical foundations and evaluation principles based on the perspective of Stuffelbeam and Dahir stone. The results of this study are in the form of a study of the Stuffelbeam and Dahir stone perspectives, namely the study of understanding, philosophy, and evaluation principles as a research basis related to the evaluation of guidance and counseling

    JAWARA VALUES AS THE BASIC OF STRUCTURED PEER CONSULTATION MODEL

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    Jawara is someone who has a position and is part of the identity of the Banten people because of his physical strength, high-level knowledge, and highly educated. This study aims to reveal Jawara's values as the basis for the Structured Peer Consultation Model. The research method used is a quantitative survey method of 121 Jawara Banten in three regencies in Banten Province, namely Serang Regency, Lebak Regency, and Pandeglang Regency.  Data analysis was performed by testing the RASCH model. The general results of the research show that the values of the 121 respondents are in the high category. The research results have an important role, namely as a basis for the development of a structured peer consultation  model

    PROFILE OF SELF-CONFIDENCE VIEWED FROM FAMILY SOCIAL STATUS IN STATE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN PANGANDARAN DISTRICT

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    Self-confidence is a key factor in forming identity and adolescent well-being. This can affect a adolescent life, including interpersonal relationships, academic achievement, and future success. Family social status is the social position held by a family in a society, which reflects the level of prestige, access to resources, and roles recognized by society. In social life, there are at least three kinds of positions, namely: (1) Ascribe status, (2) Achieved Status, (3) Assigned Status. In this study, it will reveal how self-confidence (self-confidence) of students in terms of family social status. The purpose of this article is to describe the self-confidence profile of students in terms of family background and parenting style. The research method used in this research is a quantitative approach with a survey research design, a type of cross-sectional survey. The instrument used in this study was the Self-confidence inventory which was adapted from Gael Lindenfield's theory. Participants who were respondents in this study were junior high school students from public junior high schools in Pangandaran Regency, which consisted of three schools, namely: (1) Pangandaran 1 Public Middle School; (2) Pangandaran 2 Public Middle School; (3) Pangandaran 3 Public Middle School The number of respondents involved in this study was 150 people. The sample selection uses a probability sampling technique with total or saturated samples. The results of this study generally show that the self-confidence of junior high school youth in Pangandaran Regency tends to be in the medium category. Moreover, students with family social status who have a role in society tend to have high and moderate self-confidence. As for suggestions for future researchers who will conduct similar research, to conduct research by adopting a mixed method approach between quantitative and qualitative to obtain a more comprehensive understanding

    THE PROFILE OF STUDENT’S SELF-ESTEEM BY THE TYPE OF STUDENT’S ACTIVITY UNIT

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    This research was motivated by the researcher's interest in the level of self-esteem possessed by students in the student activity unit. This article aims to describe and analyze the self-esteem profile of students according to the type of student activity unit they are participating in. The research method used in this study is quantitative survey method. Data analysis was performed by testing the RASCH Model. The instrument used is a self-esteem inventory adapted from TCSEI (The Coopersmith Self-Esteem Inventory). Respondents are active students who are members of the student activity unit of Universitas Indraprasta PGRI Jakarta; Mapala Rafflesia, Japanese Zone, and Persada Choir). Samples are selected using probability sampling techniques with the type of total sampling or saturated samples. The results of the study generally show that students' self-esteem formed from the three types of student activity units is in the medium category. In particular, the results of research on the dynamics of aspects of self-esteem release different levels. In the Mapala Rafflesia student activity unit, the highest aspect is the strength aspect (which shows the ability to control behavior and obtain positive recognition), while the lowest aspect is in the significance aspect. In addition, in the Japanese Zone student activity unit, the highest aspect is the ability aspect (which is able to show high achievements and struggles, and is able to face problems) and the lowest aspect is the strength aspect. While in the student activity unit of the Persada Choir, the highest aspect is placed on the piety aspect (which identifies the ability to obey norms and ethics, and has a positive assessment of oneself), and the lowest aspect is the ability aspect. The results of this study are recommended to be used as consideration in developing guidance and counseling models related to student self-esteem

    POLITE CHARACTERS OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ACEH TAMIANG

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    Polite character is a person's attitude in acting that cannot be separated from self-control from negative actions. This article contains a study of the polite character of students in the context of Guidance and Counseling in Aceh Tamiang. This article aims to describe "politeness" comprehensively and conduct a comparative test on each tribe. The research method of this study is the survey method with descriptive-analytical techniques and data analysis using One Way Anova. The research was carried out in Aceh Tamiang by involving several tribes including; Acehnese, Malay, Batak, Padang, Javanese, Sundanese, Gayo, and Bandar tribes. Data collection was carried out using google form by the Polite Behavior Scale instrument. The results of the research contribute theoretically and practically to developing a polite character that can be a reference in the scientific repertoire of guidance and counseling. It is hoped that teenagers in Aceh Tamiang can maintain their friendly attitude, believing that ethnic differences are not an obstacle to positive behavio

    ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENT COOPERATION CHARACTER PROFILE IN SINGKAWANG CITY

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    The character of cooperation is known as Gotong Royong which is the culture of the Indonesian nation, so it needs to be maintained and developed so that it remains a person who has a cooperative character. The purpose of this study was to measure the level of cooperative character of elementary school students in Singkawang City. The research method used was a quantitative survey in the form of a survey, conducted on elementary school students with a sample 322 of upper class students in 10 schools in a stratified manner. sampling. The results of the research on the cooperative character profile of elementary school (SD) students can be concluded to be in the medium category, meaning that students have good motive aspects. That is, each individual who interacts has certain motives and goals. Having a good emotional aspect, that is, each individual is driven by the same feelings in social interactions. Having a good interaction aspect, namely being able to relate to other individuals. Having leadership aspects, namely being able to lead groups. Has an external aspect, namely the interaction and sentiment from outside influences (external system). Has an internal aspect of the system, namely creating a common awareness and action that gives rise to an internal system. There are forty-seven other students in the high category, which have excellent cooperative characters, namely having stable motives and goals, being able to manage emotions well in interactions, being able to build interactions with other friends, having the ability to lead groups well. , able to influence the parks well, have awareness and act of cooperation very well. There are eighteen students in the low category, which means they have a fairly good cooperative character in the motive aspect, emotional aspect, interaction aspect, leadership aspect, external aspect, and internal aspect

    THE SCHOOL COUNSELOR AND MULTICULTURAL DIVERSITY AWARENESS IN THE VOLTA REGION OF GHANA

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    The skill of a counselor to work effectively with patients from varied cultural backgrounds is referred to as multicultural competency. Counselors and their clients may encounter cross-cultural differences in terms of race and other social variables; nonetheless, a culturally competent counselor does not see clients from different cultures negatively; otherwise, clients may assume the counselor is superior to them. This study investigates 60 counselors’ multicultural diversity knowledge and awareness in the domains of self-awareness, knowledge, skills, and their self-reported demographic characteristics using a standardized questionnaire. Though gender and age did not show any significant relationship with the counselors’ multicultural diversity knowledge and awareness, the number of years of working experience and the number of multicultural counseling courses a counselor took reported some relationship. The results and their implications are reported below for further consideration

    TREND OF PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING TEACHERS

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    Teacher is a profession so it has a professional identity. The professional identity of the teacher supports him as a professional. The point is that a person will work professionally if he has high work skills and a sincere heart to do his best. The ability of guidance and counseling teachers (guidance and counseling teachers) or counselors to live a professional identity as part of themselves ideally becomes a necessity. The purpose of this study is to determine the tendency of professional identity based on the theoretical dimensions of counseling teachers in Banten Province. This research method used is a quantitative survey method of 252 guidance and counseling teacher, 55 (22%) male participants and 197 (78%) female participants. All participants came from eight regencies/cities in Banten Province. Based on the research results, it was found that there were 31 participants (12%) who were in the diffuse identity category, 185 participants (73%) were in the moratorium category, and 36 participants (14%) were in the achievement mature identity category. The general results of the analysis of the tendency for professional identity of counseling teachers show that counseling teachers are dominantly in the moratorium category, which means that counseling teachers tend to have the motivation to continue exploring their profession but do not yet have a strong commitment

    STRUCTURE OF STUDENT'S VOCATIONAL INTEREST BASED ON FACULTY AT THE SEMARANG STATE UNIVERSITY

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    Vocational interests have an important position in a person because they can predict educational choices, performance at work, career success, and personal history in the future. At Semarang State University, most students who change majors show that the chosen major is not available to their interests. This study aims to map the structure of students' vocational interests. The study uses a quantitative approach with a survey method. The population in this study was second-semester students with a total sample of two hundred and thirty-two taken from five faculties. This research using the Vocational Interest Inventory instrument developed by Tracey, which has been adapted, consists of eight indicators, namely social facilitating, managing, business detail, data processing, mechanical, nature, artistic, and helping with forty-eight items. This research use data analysis with descriptive statistics and different tests with the Kruskal Wallis test. The results of this study can be used as the basis for developing a career counseling program by considering students' vocational interests to lead students to the expected career choices

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