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Journal : Jurnal Psikologi Terapan (JPT)

Gambaran Resiliensi Masyarakat Aceh Setelah Mengalami Pengalaman Traumatis Nur Afni Safarina; Ella Suzanna
Jurnal Psikologi Terapan Vol 3, No 1 (2020): Juli
Publisher : Program Studi Psikologi Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Malikussaleh

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29103/jpt.v3i1.3639


Aceh is one of the many areas affected by the disaster. In recent years, Aceh has caught the attention of most countries in the world because Aceh has just passed two major human tragedies. The first tragedy was the 30-year political conflict between the Government of Indonesia and the Free Aceh Movement (GAM), while the second human tragedy included the earthquake and tsunami disaster on 26 December 2004. There were many different responses to disaster management. Most children who survive have strong feelings after a traumatic event but recover from trauma; others have more difficulty recovering and will need additional assistance. The children who were exposed to traumatic experiences about 15 years ago are now adults. The hope is that these adult children will no longer experience trauma and be able to deal with problems properly. Therefore, this study attempts to investigate what factors influence the ability of the Acehnese people to recover and rise from traumatic experiences. The ability that an individual has to 'bounce back' from traumatic experiences is known as the resilience factor. Furthermore, in this study, the researcher intends to analyze not only how individuals cope with traumatic experiences, but also how they grow and develop after exposure to psychological trauma.
Analysis of Psychological Well-Being among Migrant Communities Nur Afni Safarina; Safuwan Amin; Rahmia Dewi; Ika Amalia
Jurnal Psikologi Terapan Vol 6, No 1 (2023)
Publisher : Program Studi Psikologi Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Malikussaleh

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29103/jpt.v6i1.12445


This qualitative study aims to analysis the reality of psychological well-being (PWB) within immigrant communities in around Unimal Campus, Reuleut, Aceh. The primary objectives are to establish a model of psychological well-being specific to migrant communities in this locality and to identify the key factors that exert influence on their psychological well-being. The factors under investigation include economic status, social support, social networks, religiosity, personality traits, emotional regulation, and loneliness. By adopting a phenomenology qualitative approach, this research seeks to provide a comprehensive understanding of the experiences of immigrant communities in Reuleut. The study's subjects comprise immigrant communities residing in Reuleut, Aceh. Through in-depth interviews and thematic analysis, the research sheds light on the nuanced dimensions of psychological well-being within this context. The findings contribute to the broader understanding of psychological well-being factors that resonate within migrant communities, thereby presenting an informed perspective on the conditions and challenges faced by immigrants in Aceh. The outcomes of this study reveal that gender does not significantly impact the manifestation of resistance behaviors among students. The study underscores that both male and female students exhibit moderate levels of resistance towards teachers. This lack of gender-related distinctions in resistance levels underscores the potential influence of other factors, such as pedagogical approaches, classroom dynamics, and student perceptions. Consequently, this research underscores the imperative of cultivating positive teacher-student interactions and fostering an environment where students' voices are valued and comprehended, irrespective of their gender.