28 research outputs found

    Reducing Loneliness in Undergraduate Students through E-Journaling Intervention: A Pre-Experimental Study

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    The Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia has had a devastating psychological impact on society, with the rise of online interaction failing to replace face-to-face interaction, particularly among undergraduate students. Loneliness is a prevalent mental health problem among students during the pandemic. This study aimed to assess the effectiveness of e-journaling intervention in reducing loneliness among undergraduate students. A pre-experimental design was used, with 38 undergraduate students participating in writing activities in the form of journaling every weekday for two weeks. Pre and post-tests were given using the De Jong Giervield Loneliness Scale to evaluate loneliness. The results of a Wilcoxon signed-rank test showed no significant difference in loneliness before and after the intervention, with only 40% of participants showing a decrease in loneliness. This suggests that e-journaling intervention is not an effective way to reduce student loneliness during the pandemic. A randomized controlled study is recommended for further exploration of the efficacy of e-journaling intervention

    Indonesian Perspective of Wellbeing: A Qualitative Study

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    Cross-cultural research suggests that wellbeing may be experienced differently by distinct populations. While research on wellbeing in non-Western populations has increased, there is limited empirical evidence regarding wellbeing in Indonesia. As the fourth largest country in the world, and with its unique socio-cultural characteristics, the potentially distinctive Indonesian experience of wellbeing has been overlooked by international scholars. The present research investigated the Indonesian perception of wellbeing using a qualitative thematic analysis approach. Thirty Indonesian adults participated in semi structured interviews which focused on their understanding and experience of wellbeing. The analysis revealed a number of keythemes: fulfilment of basic needs; social relations with family and community; and the positive world views of self-acceptance, gratitude, and spirituality as key aspects of wellbeing. Although these overarching themes are commonly reported in wellbeing research, the expression of these themes was unique to the Indonesian context. This study enriches the wellbeing literature and understanding of the experience of wellbeing in the Indonesian context and paves the ways for further research

    PENGARUH GAYA KEPEMIMPINAN TRANSFORMASIONAL TERHADAP KETERIKATAN KARYAWAN: STUDI PADA PT. PERTAMINA (PERSERO)

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    This study was conducted in order to investigate the effect of transformational leadership towards employee engagement. In this study, transformational leadership style possesses several dimensions which consist of: charisma, intellectual stimulation, individual consideration and inspirational motivation. Whereas the employee engagement dimensions are consist of vigor, dedication and absorption.MLQ for leadership transformational scale and UWES for employee engagement scale were used to measued the intended variables. 30 employees (17 females and 13 males) from the corporate legal function of PT Pertamina (Persero) were recruited as research participant through the proportional sampling technique. The data analysis that has been used for the purpose of this study is regression analysis. Results from the study explained that there was a significant influence between transformational leadership and employee engagement; with 0.478 correlations (rxy) and 0.229 R-square (R2) value. The value itself indicates that the transformational leadership variable has an effect of 22.9% towards the engagement among employees. Therefore, it would be useful for companies to increase their employee engagement

    PERBEDAAN KECEMASAN CEDERA BERULANG BERDASARKAN STRATEGI COPING STRES PADA ATLET YANG PERNAH CEDERA

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    Abstract  This study was conducted to determine significant re-injury anxiety difference based on coping stress strategies among injured athletes. The sample used in this study amounted to 76 athletes. Sampling technique using simple random sampling at the Student Education and Training Centre at Ragunan. Hypothesis that proposed in this research was there is significant re-injury anxiety difference based on coping stress strategies among injured athletes. Hypothesis testing using independent sample t-test. Significance value of  t-test is lower than the value of t table. So the results of the study concluded that there is no significant re-injury anxiety difference based on coping stress strategies among injured athletes.   Keywords :. Loneliness, tendency of self injury behavior, inmate

    PERBEDAAN PENERIMAAN DIRI ORANG TUA YANG MEMILIKI ABK BERDASARKAN KEIKUTSERTAAN DALAM KEGIATAN SUPPORT GROUP

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    The aim of this research was to analyse the differences between the self acceptence of parents with handicapped children based on their involvment in the support group compared to those without any involvement. In this research, 64 parents with handicapped children were selected using nonprobability sampling with incidental sampling type. The samples comprised of 32 parents with involvement in support group and the remaining were without any involvement. Adapted Berger Self Acceptance Scale was used for the measurement of the research. Independent sample T-Test was the statistical analysis method used for the research. The result showed that t = 0, 267 with df = 62 ; t < t able (2) and p = 0,79 ; p > 0,05, meaning Ho was accepted and H1 was rejected. The result showed that there is no significance different between self acceptence of parents with handicaped children who join the support group with those who have not joined the group. Discussion of this research concluded there are several factors influencing this finding, such as family, cultural problems, and religious view, beside social and economic status

    PENGUKURAN MINAT MAHASISWA BERDASARKAN TEORI HOLLAND

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    This research aims to explore the students’ interestat the School of Education, State University of Jakarta. The interest model was based on Holland interest theoritical framework. Descriptive analysis was used to analyze the data from eight dapartments at school of education. The respondents involved 200 students from 2008 to 2011 recruitment. The data were collected through purposive nonrandom sampling technique. The results show that majority of respondents have entepreuners interest, then social, and realistic interest the fewest. The result shows that majority interest of FIP students matches with their academic background

    RESILIENSI PADA ANAK DENGAN KANKER

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    The aim of this research was to describe the resilience in the children with cancer. Resilience was obtained through identification of three resilience factors: “I Am†for the individual strength in personal, “I Have†for external support and the sources, and “I Can†for interpersonal skills, and output from interaction of the three factors consisting of trust, autonomy, initiative, industry, and identity. The research took places in some locations of cancer rehabilitation: Cancer Foundation (YKAKI) and the hospital. Using qualitative approach, this research was completed in three months (April – June 2012). The subject’s resilience description was obtained by interviewing the children with cancer, relatives (mother and uncle), instructor, and doctor who handled the children with cancer. The results of this research are both of the subjects can develop resilience characteristic well. However, there are some differences between the two subjects. The1st subject achieves resilience attitude more depth on interaction “I Have†and “I Can†factors clearly though , is still supported by “I Am†factor. Whereas the 2nd subject achieves resilience attitude more on “I Am†and “I Can†factors though “I Have†factor is still fulfilled. Moreover,the 1st subject is able to establish initiative and industry better than the 2nd subject

    KESEJAHTERAAN PSIKOLOGIS PADA ISTRI YANG MENGALAMI KEKERASAN DALAM RUMAH TANGGA

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    This research aims to know the psychological well-being reflections on intimate-partner-violence-suffering wives who end up in a divorce. Subjects used in this research are two persons. Characteristic samples in this research are women aged 20-30 years who are divorced and have offspring. Research type is in the form of Research Qualitative Case Study. Data intake is the interview and observation methods. This interview is not only conducted to the subjects, but also to the respective significant person who is assumed the nearest to the subjects. Based on the research, Subject I is recorded to have supporting factors to psychological well-beings which are social supports, reflected appraisals, behavioral self-perceptions and religiousness. On the other hand, Subject II is recorded to have supporting factors to psychological well-beings like social supports, social comparisons, reflected appraisals, behavioral self-perceptions, religiousness, marriage motivation, economic factors and divorce age. In general, Subject I has lower level of psychological well-beings than those of Subject II
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