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Trust In Parent‐Child Relationship Among Undergraduate Students: Indigenous Psychological Analysis Lestari, Sri; Faturochman, -; Kim, Uichol
Jurnal Psikologi Vol 37, No 2 (2010)
Publisher : Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Kepercayaan remaja terhadap orang tuanya adalah sebuah indikator yang penting dalam melihat kualitas hubungan orang tua dengan anak. Untuk dapat memahami faktor‐faktor yang memengaruhi kepercayaan terhadap orang tua, 509 mahasiswa yang tinggal di Yogyakarta (pria = 27.8%; dan wanita = 72.2%) mengisi open‐ended questionnaire yang dikembangkan oleh Kim (2008) yang menanyakan sejauh mana mereka percaya pada orang tua mereka dan alasannya. Data dianalisis menggunakan pendekatan indigenous psikologi dalam menganalisis konten open‐ended respons, pengkategorian respons, kategorisasi dari respons dan tabulasi silang (cross‐tabulating) dengan informasi latar belakang. Hasil penelitian ini mengindi‐kasikan bahwa remaja memercayai Ayah mereka karena Ayah memberikan mereka dukungan. Remaja memercayai Ibu mereka karena hubungan emosional. Implikasi dari hasil penelitian akan didiskusikan.
HAPPINESS ORIENTATIONS AMONG ADOLESCENTS RAISED IN URBAN AND RURAL AREAS Anggraeny, Anisti; Yuniarti, Kwartarini Wahyu; moordiningsih, Moordiningsih; Kim, Uichol
Indigenous Vol. 13, No.1, Mei 2015
Publisher : Muhammadiyah University Press

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Researcher takes particular interest to discover the respondents’ orientation towards happiness based on where the respondent was raised. The study involves 467 senior high school students with ages ranging from 14-17 years old. The data is analyzed using an adapted society psychological approach. The results shows that adolescents raised in rural areas are consider the family to be a factor that contributes to their happiness. Second, achievement is also a factor that leads to happiness. However for the category, to love and be loved, adolescents growing in urban areas place this as a factor that leads to happiness. Similar with spirituality, friends and leisure time are factors that make adolescents raised in urban areas to become happy. Nevertheless, the results of cross tabulation with Pearson chi square test scoring demonstrates that no correlations exist between adolescent happiness raised from urban or rural areas.
WHO MAKES ADOLESCENTS HAPPY? AN EXPLORATIVE STUDY USING THE INDIGENOUS PSYCHOLOGY APPROACH Hamka, Annisa Soleha; Yuniarti, Kwartarini Wahyu; moordiningsih, Moordiningsih; Kim, Uichol
Indigenous Vol. 13, No. 2, November 2015
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

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This study is aimed at discovering who the source of happiness is for adolescents and how he or she accomplishes his or her role in creating happiness. A number of 458 senior high school students completed an open-ended questionnaire developed by Kim and Park (2008). An indigenous approach is used to analyse respondents’ answers to the open-ended questionnaire. A categorization of respondents’ answers and cross tabulation is also conducted. Analysis results show that a majority of adolescences’ source of happiness derives from the family (50.1%), and friends (27%). Their role in creating happiness was by supporting (54.3). Acceptance of adolescents (20.8%) was also a source of happiness for adolescents. Providing facilities and prayers was also a role given for adolescents.
HAPPINESS ORIENTATIONS AMONG ADOLESCENTS RAISED IN URBAN AND RURAL AREAS Anggraeny, Anisti; Yuniarti, Kwartarini Wahyu; moordiningsih, Moordiningsih; Kim, Uichol
Indigenous Vol. 13, No.1, Mei 2015
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/indigenous.v13i1.2312

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Researcher takes particular interest to discover the respondents’ orientation towards happiness based on where the respondent was raised. The study involves 467 senior high school students with ages ranging from 14-17 years old. The data is analyzed using an adapted society psychological approach. The results shows that adolescents raised in rural areas are consider the family to be a factor that contributes to their happiness. Second, achievement is also a factor that leads to happiness. However for the category, to love and be loved, adolescents growing in urban areas place this as a factor that leads to happiness. Similar with spirituality, friends and leisure time are factors that make adolescents raised in urban areas to become happy. Nevertheless, the results of cross tabulation with Pearson chi square test scoring demonstrates that no correlations exist between adolescent happiness raised from urban or rural areas.
Trust In Parent‐Child Relationship Among Undergraduate Students: Indigenous Psychological Analysis Sri Lestari; - Faturochman; Uichol Kim
Jurnal Psikologi Vol 37, No 2 (2010)
Publisher : Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (336.287 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/jpsi.7698

Abstract

Kepercayaan remaja terhadap orang tuanya adalah sebuah indikator yang penting dalam melihat kualitas hubungan orang tua dengan anak. Untuk dapat memahami faktor‐faktor yang memengaruhi kepercayaan terhadap orang tua, 509 mahasiswa yang tinggal di Yogyakarta (pria = 27.8%; dan wanita = 72.2%) mengisi open‐ended questionnaire yang dikembangkan oleh Kim (2008) yang menanyakan sejauh mana mereka percaya pada orang tua mereka dan alasannya. Data dianalisis menggunakan pendekatan indigenous psikologi dalam menganalisis konten open‐ended respons, pengkategorian respons, kategorisasi dari respons dan tabulasi silang (cross‐tabulating) dengan informasi latar belakang. Hasil penelitian ini mengindi‐kasikan bahwa remaja memercayai Ayah mereka karena Ayah memberikan mereka dukungan. Remaja memercayai Ibu mereka karena hubungan emosional. Implikasi dari hasil penelitian akan didiskusikan.
Trust In Parent‐Child Relationship Among Undergraduate Students: Indigenous Psychological Analysis Lestari, Sri; Faturochman, -; Kim, Uichol
Jurnal Psikologi Vol 37, No 2 (2010)
Publisher : Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (336.287 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/jpsi.7698

Abstract

Kepercayaan remaja terhadap orang tuanya adalah sebuah indikator yang penting dalam melihat kualitas hubungan orang tua dengan anak. Untuk dapat memahami faktor‐faktor yang memengaruhi kepercayaan terhadap orang tua, 509 mahasiswa yang tinggal di Yogyakarta (pria = 27.8%; dan wanita = 72.2%) mengisi open‐ended questionnaire yang dikembangkan oleh Kim (2008) yang menanyakan sejauh mana mereka percaya pada orang tua mereka dan alasannya. Data dianalisis menggunakan pendekatan indigenous psikologi dalam menganalisis konten open‐ended respons, pengkategorian respons, kategorisasi dari respons dan tabulasi silang (cross‐tabulating) dengan informasi latar belakang. Hasil penelitian ini mengindi‐kasikan bahwa remaja memercayai Ayah mereka karena Ayah memberikan mereka dukungan. Remaja memercayai Ibu mereka karena hubungan emosional. Implikasi dari hasil penelitian akan didiskusikan.
WHO MAKES ADOLESCENTS HAPPY? AN EXPLORATIVE STUDY USING THE INDIGENOUS PSYCHOLOGY APPROACH Annisa Soleha Hamka; Kwartarini Wahyu Yuniarti; Moordiningsih moordiningsih; Uichol Kim
Indigenous Vol. 13, No. 2, November 2015
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

This study is aimed at discovering who the source of happiness is for adolescents and how he or she accomplishes his or her role in creating happiness. A number of 458 senior high school students completed an open-ended questionnaire developed by Kim and Park (2008). An indigenous approach is used to analyse respondents’ answers to the open-ended questionnaire. A categorization of respondents’ answers and cross tabulation is also conducted. Analysis results show that a majority of adolescences’ source of happiness derives from the family (50.1%), and friends (27%). Their role in creating happiness was by supporting (54.3). Acceptance of adolescents (20.8%) was also a source of happiness for adolescents. Providing facilities and prayers was also a role given for adolescents.
HAPPINESS ORIENTATIONS AMONG ADOLESCENTS RAISED IN URBAN AND RURAL AREAS Anisti Anggraeny; Kwartarini Wahyu Yuniarti; Moordiningsih moordiningsih; Uichol Kim
Indigenous Vol. 13, No.1, Mei 2015
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/indigenous.v13i1.2312

Abstract

Researcher takes particular interest to discover the respondents’ orientation towards happiness based on where the respondent was raised. The study involves 467 senior high school students with ages ranging from 14-17 years old. The data is analyzed using an adapted society psychological approach. The results shows that adolescents raised in rural areas are consider the family to be a factor that contributes to their happiness. Second, achievement is also a factor that leads to happiness. However for the category, to love and be loved, adolescents growing in urban areas place this as a factor that leads to happiness. Similar with spirituality, friends and leisure time are factors that make adolescents raised in urban areas to become happy. Nevertheless, the results of cross tabulation with Pearson chi square test scoring demonstrates that no correlations exist between adolescent happiness raised from urban or rural areas.