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ORIENTASI KEBAHAGIAAN SISWA SMA, TINJAUAN PSIKOLOGIINDIGENOUS PADA SISWA LAKI-LAKI DAN PEREMPUAN Oetami, Putri; Yuniarti, Kwartarini Wahyu
HUMANITAS (Jurnal Psikologi Indonesia) Vol 8, No 2: Agustus 2011
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

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The purpose of this study was to analyze the happiness orientation ofboys and girls. A number of 459 high school students in Yogyakarta andCiamis filled out questionnaire with open-ended questions developed byKim and information about the data itself. The analysis method in this studyused a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods with indigenouspsychology approach, an approach from the perspective of the local culture,was used to analyze the data response from open questions, so the originaldata was obtained in the reality of Indonesia itself, so every phenomenonwas seen in context, presented and interpreted in relative terms based onthe cultural, ecological, and where the phenomenon took place.Categorization responses were analyzed by cross tabulation statisticalmethods with the sex of respondents. The results showed that there wasno significant difference in happiness boys and girls. Events that made themost happy for the boys was the event associated with achievement,spirituality, friends, and leisure time, whereas for girls was associated withfamily, love and be loved, as well as money.
ORIENTASI KEBAHAGIAAN SISWA SMA, TINJAUAN PSIKOLOGIINDIGENOUS PADA SISWA LAKI-LAKI DAN PEREMPUAN Oetami, Putri; Yuniarti, Kwartarini Wahyu
HUMANITAS (Jurnal Psikologi Indonesia) Vol 8, No 2: Agustus 2011
Publisher : HUMANITAS (Jurnal Psikologi Indonesia)

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The purpose of this study was to analyze the happiness orientation ofboys and girls. A number of 459 high school students in Yogyakarta andCiamis filled out questionnaire with open-ended questions developed byKim and information about the data itself. The analysis method in this studyused a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods with indigenouspsychology approach, an approach from the perspective of the local culture,was used to analyze the data response from open questions, so the originaldata was obtained in the reality of Indonesia itself, so every phenomenonwas seen in context, presented and interpreted in relative terms based onthe cultural, ecological, and where the phenomenon took place.Categorization responses were analyzed by cross tabulation statisticalmethods with the sex of respondents. The results showed that there wasno significant difference in happiness boys and girls. Events that made themost happy for the boys was the event associated with achievement,spirituality, friends, and leisure time, whereas for girls was associated withfamily, love and be loved, as well as money.
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.
Kerangka Konseptual Integritas: Studi Eksplorasi pada Guru-guru Sekolah Dasar di Yogyakarta Widyarini, Ika; Yuniarti, Kwartarini Wahyu; Nugraha, Leo Aditya
Mediapsi Vol 5, No 1 (2019): JUNE
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Integrity is commitment to positive values i.e. honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility and courage. To encourage children to commit to such positive values, elementary school educatorsare expected to understand the essential values of integrity. This study is an exploratory qualitative study attemptingto buildan understanding on the Indonesian school teacher’s concepts ofintegritywith an indigenous approach. An open ended survey was conducted to a sample of 121 elementary school teachers from Kabupaten Sleman Yogyakarta. A group of elementary school teachers from the sample was recruited to assist the data analysis process, to ensure a data coding in accordance to their conception. The categories were analyzed by descriptive statistics. The result of this research revealed the perspective of elementary school teachers on the importance of certain values involved in integrity, how they teach their students to embrace the values. Theoretical and applied implementation of this research results is discussed.Integritas adalah komitmen terhadap nilai-nilai positif yaitu kejujuran, kepercayaan, keadilan, rasa hormat, tanggung jawab dan keberanian. Untuk mendorong siswa SD berkomitmen pada nilai-nilai positif seperti itu, pendidik sekolah dasar diharapkan memahami nilai-nilai penting dari integritas. Penelitian ini merupakan studi kualitatif eksploratif yang mencoba membangun pemahaman tentang konsep integritas guru sekolah Indonesia dengan pendekatan indijenous. Survei open-ended disebarkan dan diisi 121 guru sekolah dasar dari Kabupaten Sleman Yogyakarta. Kemudian sekelompok guru sekolah dasar dari partisipan tersebut direkrut untuk membantu proses analisis data, untuk memastikan pengkodean data sesuai dengan konsepsi mereka. Kategori dianalisis dengan statistik deskriptif. Hasil penelitian ini mengungkapkan perspektif guru sekolah dasar tentang pentingnya nilai-nilai tertentu yang terlibat dalam integritas dan bagaimana mereka mengajar siswa mereka untuk mengadopsi nilai-nilai luhur. Penerapan teoritis dan praktis dari hasil penelitian ini akan dibahas.
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.
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

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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.
Applying art therapy in improving resilience in child victims of domestic violence Basyiroh, Arifah Nur; Yuniarti, Kwartarini Wahyu
Indigenous Vol. 5 No. 2, 2020
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Domestic violence experienced by children make them more prone to emotional, behavior, adaptation and mental health problems. Some researches show that children with high resiliency are able to develop a positive attitude, perspective and adaptability despite a history of violence. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of CBT Art Therapy intervention to increase the resiliency of children expose to domestic violence. The method used in this research is single case single-subject experiment ABA design. Resilience measurement instruments used in this research are Quotient Test (RQT) and resilience behavior observation sheet. Data were analyzed through visual analysis and descriptive data analysis. The results showed an increasing score in RQT (27 points) as well as the intensity of resilience behavior and positive changes in the use of color, quality and theme of the artwork. Keywords: art therapy, resilience, child victims of domestic violence, single case single-subject experiment
Psychological well-being and academic achievement of Minang students viewed from family structure and living arrangements Hartati, Niken; Adiyanti, Maria Goretti; Mirza, Wenty Marina; Yuniarti, Kwartarini Wahyu
Indigenous Vol 6, No 1 (2021): Vol. 6 No. 1, 2021
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Abstract. Previous research has proven that individuals raised in intact family structures have better psychological well-being and academic achievement than those raised in non-intact families. However, these findings emphasize only the nuclear family and have not considered the living arrangement factor that allows social support from extended families such as those in the Minang community. This study involved N = 201 students of Minang ethnicity from intact families (n = 160) and non-intact families (n = 41) who lived with nuclear families (n = 162) and extended families (n = 39). The sampling technique was carried out with convenient sampling. The instrument used is the translated Ryff's PWB(Psychological Well-Being) scale with a reliability of 0.912. Meanwhile, data on academic achievement was obtained through the participants' IPK (cumulative grade point index). Family structure data is obtained from participants' answers to the marital status of biological parents. The living arrangement data is obtained from the answer to whom the participants live with to determine the presence/absence of extended family members in their home. The analysis showed no differences in psychological well-being and academic achievement regarding family structure and living arrangements. However, the interactionsbetween groups showed differences in PWB between groups of participants from intact families and groups of non-intact families who lived with only nuclear families. This research shows the importance of paying attention to the context of the participants' socio-cultural environment, producing different conclusions from previous findingsKeywords: academic achievement; extended family; intact family; Minang; non-intact family; nuclear family; psychological well-being.
Gender and Age Factors in Subjective Wellbeing and Quality of Life Among College Students Kurnia, Ayu; Kaloeti, Dian Veronika Sakti; Yuniarti, Kwartarini Wahyu; Siswandi, Ahmad Gimmy Prathama; Remila, Josetta Maria
Jurnal Psikologi Vol 20, No 1 (2021): April 2021
Publisher : Faculty of Psychology, Diponegoro University

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Quality of life (QOL) and subjective well-being (SWB) among college students have been deemed as importantissues in studies. The present study aims to explore any influential elements of gender and age to their QOL andSWB, and to know if the QOL is influential to the SWB. Participants amounted to 651 respondents totally fromthree Indonesian universities (Diponegoro University, Padjajaran University, North Sumatra University) wereinvolved in a purposive sampling using two instruments, i.e., the Personal Wellbeing Index-Adult (PWI-A) tomeasure SWO and The World Health Organization Quality of Life-BREF (WHOQOL-BREF) to measure QOL.Ordinal Logistic Regression (OLR) test was used in the analysis. The results showed that age and gender had asignificant effect on SWB (respectively .11 & .040, with p < .05) but had no effect on QOL of students(respectively .510 & .751, with p < .05). In addition, QOL was shown to affect SWB (p < .05). As a result,counselors and stakeholders on campus are encouraged to consider age and sex factors in their attempts ofincreasing college students’ SWB. However, further research is still suggestible to explore more complex factorsin college students’ QOL, which can include social, individual, and other demographic factors.