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Journal of Counseling, Education and Society
ISSN : 27164896     EISSN : 27164888     DOI : https://doi.org/10.29210/08jces72400
Journal of Counseling, Education and Society a peer-refereed open-access international journal that has been established for the dissemination of state-of-the-art knowledge in the field of education, teaching, development, instruction, educational projects and innovations, learning methodologies, and new technologies in education and learning and social sciences.
Articles 52 Documents
Learning Social Sciences as a Means for Forming Student Character in Facing the Industry 4.0 Revolution Gallih Arya Mulyadi; Firman Firman; Rusdinal Rusdinal
Journal of Counseling, Education and Society Vol 1, No 2 (2020): Journal of Counseling, Education and Society
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29210/08jces72900

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The changing times and technological developments are so fast that they change from all walks of life. These changes and terms are the industrial revolution 4.0 that we are often hearing about. This era of access to information and everything is very easy to obtain. For that we need personalities and characters who are able to be adaptive and able to survive the changing times. This industrial revolution also changes the economic, social and political patterns in our environment. No exception is also changing our education patterns. There is an e-learning pattern that forces our students to participate immediately and be adaptive to it. But there is an irony in addition to the development of this era is that not all students are able and can immediately adapt to this internet pattern. Most even abuse the freedom of access and then access the internet at this time. In fact, it becomes a weakness for us in the future, they are complacent and even cool in cyberspace and unable to socialize well in the real world. For this reason, student character education is needed, namely by learning social science. No less important is the synergy between parents, schools, teachers and the community to make the nation's successor students able to face and compete in the industrial era 4.0
How social capital become energy strengthening social cohesion in a plural society? Nilma Zola; Firman Firman; Riska Ahmad
Journal of Counseling, Education and Society Vol 3, No 1 (2022): Journal of Counseling, Education and Society
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29210/08jces147600

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Differentiation and diversity are highly valued in a plural society. Despite this, a plural society need a binder to reinforce interpersonal relationships, often known as social cohesiveness. Social cohesion is a social process aimed at eliminating disparities, socioeconomic inequalities, and societal rifts in order to consolidate plurality of citizenships. To survive, social cohesion requires reinforcing energy, one of which comes from social capital. This paper will explain how social capital is a source of energy that helps to strengthen social cohesion in multiple societies.
Art therapy as counseling modality to help delinquent students Wan Muhammad Baihaqi Wan Hamat; Abu Yazid Abu Bakar
Journal of Counseling, Education and Society Vol 1, No 1 (2020): Journal of Counseling, Education and Society
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The purpose of this psycho-educational group counseling is to provide knowledge and information to target groups on their delinquent problems. Delinquent is an attitude that violates the law  that society does not accept but not serious. Delinquent problems are often associated with adolescents either in primary school or high school. The participants were 26 students from one of the private schools in Selangor which are from form two and three. The process of selecting participants is through discussions with the school counselor, and the participants are those who have identified disciplinary records involved in delinquency issues. The researchers conducted four group counseling sessions. Participants were divided into three groups according to their disciplinary problems. The module used in this program is art therapy through “LEPAS” approach or known as Luah Emosi Positifkan Akal Sihat. The participants aware of their emotions and realize that what are they doing (disciplinary issues) is wrong and should be stopped as the results of the involvements in this psycho-educational program. The implications of this program are directed to the counseling practitioners whose can use the art approach in dealing with school discipline cases.
Peer Social Relationship on Students Wiwin Andriani; Neviyarni S; Afdal Afdal
Journal of Counseling, Education and Society Vol 1, No 1 (2020): Journal of Counseling, Education and Society
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This research was conducted starting from the results of BK instrumentation applications, namely General AUM in semester 1 students majoring in curriculum and educational technology in the faculty of education at Padang State University which showed that students experienced problems in the field of social relations. This study uses quantitative methods to determine the social relations of peers to students majoring in curriculum and educational technology at the UNP FIP.
The Study of Learning Theory in terms of Motor Skills Suci Mutia Lukman; Neviyarni Neviyarni
Journal of Counseling, Education and Society Vol 2, No 1 (2021): Journal of Counseling, Education and Society
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This article discusses motor skills, which can be interpreted as movement skills of a person from the learning results they get, many motor skills are innate, the learning of motor skills has played a big role in human history. Learning motor skills (motor skill learning) refers to all activities in which the learning process requires a sequence of motor responses (body movements). Learning motor skills refers to all activities in which the learning process requires a sequence of body motor responses (motor responses) appropriately. The term perceptual motor skills is used to describe the fact that this type of learning requires coordinating stimuli that are consistent with motor responses. Learning motorskills is a learning process that uses perceptuals and processes them into motoricactions, where learning activities are a sequential process of sensing activitiesthat are then applied with skills.
The Task Commitment on Student Vanny Anggraini; Neviyarni S
Journal of Counseling, Education and Society Vol 1, No 1 (2020): Journal of Counseling, Education and Society
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Commitment to the task is interpreted as a responsibility, internal motivation that encourages someone to be diligent, tenacious, hard work, and practice that continues to do the task despite experiencing various obstacles or obstacles in doing the task. The purpose of this study was to find out how the students' commitment to the task. The scope of this study were students of Educational Administration in Padang State University in 2019, totaling 134 students. This research is a combination of Mixed Methods which combines two quantitative and qualitative methods. The summary of the results of this study is that students with Task Commitment in the very good category are 1 student with a percentage of 3.3%. students with Task Commitment 13 people in the good category with a percentage of 43.3%, then followed by 16 students whose Task Commitment is good with a percentage of 53.4%.
Psychoeducation group counselling for emotional intelligence among secondary school female students Ummur Radhiah Hussin; Zuria Mahmud; Dharatun Nissa Fuad Mohd Karim
Journal of Counseling, Education and Society Vol 1, No 2 (2020): Journal of Counseling, Education and Society
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Students who have difficulties understanding and managing their emotions are also potentially challenged in organizing other aspects of their life such as academics performance and peer relationships. This article reports on a psycho-educational intervention for a group of 19 female students (age 15 to 16 years old) at a secondary school to help them improve their knowledge and skills in controlling their emotions in a more effective way. The students were involved in five psychoeducational group counselling sessions, which lasted between 40 to 45 minutes each session. The module for this intervention contained group counselling, creative activities (drawing, balloon blowing) and answering checklists (emotional stability). The emotional stability checklist showed that participants who scored low on anxiety and depression showed good responses and were engaged in the discussion. Meanwhile, students who scored high on anxiety, low self-esteem, and depression were less involved. However, the activities enabled students to know their friends better, enabled students feel more comfortable to share about themselves, able to understand beyond basic emotions and feel more empowered in controlling their emotions. This study supports the use of counseling group psychoeducation activities in providing quality programs for helping adolescents understand and manage their emotions.
FoMO (Fear of Missing Out) Tendency in Millennials Maysitoh Maysitoh; Ifdil Ifdil; Zadrian Ardi
Journal of Counseling, Education and Society Vol 1, No 1 (2020): Journal of Counseling, Education and Society
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As a generation that grows in the era of internet and digital advancement, millennial generation is the generation that is always connected to each other (always connected generation). The high level of use of social media in this generation has raised concerns about the consequences of problems related to the use of social media in this group. One of them they try and have a desire to continue to connect with what is being done by others through cyberspace so as to cause anxiety in themselves and lead to a fear, which is the fear of being left behind. This phenomenon is called FoMO (Fear of Missing Out). This study describes the level of FoMO inclination in Padang State University students. The sample used was 416 respondents spread throughout the faculties and the sampling was done using propotional random sampling technique. The instrument used was a closed questionnaire using a Likert scale model. The data obtained were analyzed using percentage techniques. The results of the study in general showed that the tendency of FoMO in students was in the low category at 47.59%.
Exploration of risk factors by applying respectful model among drug addicts of malay ethnic Merikan Aren; Fatin Farhanah Matjelan
Journal of Counseling, Education and Society Vol 2, No 1 (2021): Journal of Counseling, Education and Society
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The purpose of this research is to explore the risk factors by applying respectful Model among drug addicts of Malay ethnic in Sarawak, Malaysia. Data and information were gathered from 3 participants from CCSC, Kuching. Qualitative research methodology is used in this research and the data were collected by using group counselling sessions and audio recorded. The data were analyzed using content analysis from the group counselling sessions and applying respectful Model to achieve final results. The findings have shown that there were risk factors that affect the drug addicts based on domain from respectful Model, Psychological maturity and personal style (P), location of residences (L) and family background (F). Another factor that affects drug addiction is peer pressure. The study contributes to the existing pool of knowledge to the pattern of drug addictions in Malaysia. In addition, it will be useful towards the authorities in identifying the specific factors affecting the drug addicts to reduce the number of relapse and drug addicts. On the other hand, the result of this study could help counsellor to understand the clients that are involved in drug addiction in depth.
Rational Emotive Behavior Theraphy Approach to Overcoming Traumatized Child Victims of Domestic Violence Afni Rizkah Pulungan
Journal of Counseling, Education and Society Vol 1, No 1 (2020): Journal of Counseling, Education and Society
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Trauma is a psychological symptom that causes a child to be frightened due to an event he has experienced that causes a child to imagine an event that makes him afraid or traumatized, so there is need for help to overcome it. Rational Emotive Behavior Theraphy (REBT) is an approach that rationalizes irrational children's thinking to be rational. This article belongs to the type of qualitative research with a case study approach. The subject in this article is one student with criteria as a child who experiences domestic violence by his biological father who is separated from his mother. Taking the subject of this study using purposive sampling method. This study uses REBT approach techniques, data collection by interview counseling and observation. The technique guarantees the validity of the data carried out by building close relationships with subjects and informants naturally and continually making observations. Data analysis techniques were carried out by means of data reduction, data display and conclusion drawing and verification.