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Journal of Education and Counseling (JECO)
Published by Universitas Ma'soem
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27471780     DOI : 10.32627
Focus and Scope Focus This journal publishes articles as a result of empirical research in guidance and counseling and educational psychology, both quantitative and qualitative. Published articles must have passed the editorial selection process, review of expert editors, and editing. Scope This journal invites the author to send research articles, with scope: (1) counseling and educational psychology, (2) career development, (3) counseling techniques, (4) media and technology counseling, (5) career counseling, (6) personal areas of social, (7) behavioristic, and (8) cognitive.
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Reduce Anxiety about Public Speaking through Group Guidance Using Symbolic Modeling Techniques Muhamad Ihsan; Raudah Zaimah Dalimunte; Meilla Dwi Nurmala
Journal of Education and Counseling (JECO) Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32627/jeco.v3i1.567

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The research was based on the results of interviews in the pre-study. It was found that there were still students who had anxiety in public speaking in class VI SD Negeri 1 Sajira, Lebak Regency, in the 2021/2022 academic year. This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of group guidance with symbolic modeling techniques to reduce public speaking anxiety. This study uses a pre-experimental research design with One Group Pre-test-Post-test Design. Determination of the sample using the purposive sampling method. The research subjects comprised six students with a high public speaking anxiety category and two students with low public speaking anxiety. The method of data collection in the study was obtained through a questionnaire. Research results showed an average of 115. On the pre-test, with a percentage of 93%, while 51 with a percentage of 73% in the post-test. Grade VI students of SD Negeri 1 Sajira, Lebak Regency, for the 2021/2022 academic year. For future researchers, this research can be developed using different techniques to obtain better results. Furthermore, future researchers are expected to be able to enrich the literature review on public speaking anxiety by developing the approach applied.
Resilience and Self-esteem of Broken Home Teenagers Silviedriya Mayfani; Anne Hafina Adiwinata; Nadia Aulia Nadhirah
Journal of Education and Counseling (JECO) Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32627/jeco.v3i1.624

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Family is an important factor in shaping a child's personality. If a family experiences problems such as a broken home, this will have an impact on the psychological development and behavior of the child. The disharmony that occurs in the family experienced by parents certainly has a big impact on the child's life in the future. The impact of this disharmony will be increasingly felt when the child has entered the stage of adolescent development. This is because, at the adolescent stage, children experience development both cognitively and emotionally. To reduce the impact of a broken home situation, adolescents need resilience as a system of resilience from an unstable state (broken home) to rise mentally and personally stronger. Resilience is needed for teenagers who have a broken home family background to be able to get out of stressful situations. One of the factors that can form resilience is self-esteem. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between self-esteem and resilience in adolescents who come from broken home families. In this study, the research method used was literature study, and the data collection technique used was qualitative research techniques by describing the problems studied and investigated. The data analysis used is the content analysis technique. The results of this study are that there is a very significant positive relationship between selfesteem and resilience in adolescents with broken home family backgrounds by presenting reading resources based on the theory and results of previous research.Keywords: resilience, self-esteem, adolescence , broken home
Factors Affecting Psychological Dynamics of Esports Athletes Nadia Aulia Nadhirah; Azriel Arriadi Hidayat; Dodi Suryana; Ipah Saripah; Ahmad Rofi Suryahadikusumah
Journal of Education and Counseling (JECO) Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32627/jeco.v3i1.629

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Dozens of years ago, it was difficult to even consider playing video games as a career path. Following immense development in the last decade, esports has evolved into a luxurious, enjoyable, and profitable industry. It has now become an interesting, appealing industry for young people. However, despite the media’s glorification towards the industry, there is so much pressure, obligation, and factors that would turn a seemingly fun and simple occupation into a stressful line of work, contrary to how medias and the public perceives this industry. This article will dive deeply into what is going on behind the scenes, using the study case method, in which the author is directly involved in the esports industry of the Dota 2 game. Following the observations, it can be concluded that esports athletes are heavily affected by external demands, media scrutiny, their daily routine, habits, nutrition, and internal conflicts within the team’s environment.
Psychological Portrait: Empirical Study of the Elderly in the Keputih Social Boarding School Environment, Surabaya Ayong Lianawati; Veranda Yuniar Maisefa Sefa; Syifa’ul Afidah; Afaf Akiko
Journal of Education and Counseling (JECO) Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32627/jeco.v3i1.642

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Research on "Psychological Portraits: Empirical Studies on the Elderly in the Keputih Social Boarding School Environment in Surabaya". This study aims to obtain an empirical description of the lives of the elderly who live in the Keputih Social Boarding School Environment, Surabaya, the behavior of giving and the behavior of caring for the welfare of others by the community towards neglected elderly. The type of research used is qualitative research using interviews, observation, and documentation. This research was conducted on all socially assisted residents in the Surabaya Keputih Social Institution. The results found when the researchers made observations were how their response was different to their families when they found out that they were placed in the Social Boarding School environment because of the problems that existed in their family life. Some residents who are included in the small group feel happy to be in Liponsos Surabaya, but on the other hand there are also some people who feel unhappy if they are in that environment, because they feel abandoned, not considered by their families. And finally make them think that the family is no longer a home for them. because they feel abandoned, not considered by the family. And finally make them think that the family is no longer a home for them. because they feel abandoned, not considered by the family. And finally make them think that the family is no longer a home for them. Keywords: social cottage, elderly, psychological
Trend of Academic Flow in Adolescence Irfan Fahriza; Nur Baitillah; Nabila Qurrotu Aini; Syari Fitrah Rayaginansih
Journal of Education and Counseling (JECO) Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32627/jeco.v3i1.649

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Academic flow is one of the determining factors for the success of the learning process. This study aims to determine trends in academic flow before, during, and after the end of the pandemic. This study uses a literature review as a data collection tool. The results showed differences in the condition of academic flow in adolescents and factors that influenced both internal and external. During the pandemic, junior high school Adolescence academic flow tended to be at a moderate level, while high school Adolescence academic flow was at a low level. After the pandemic, conditions in junior high school youth tended to be at a low level. Internal factors that affect academic flow conditions are self-awareness, resilience, academic competence, intelligence categorization, religiosity, achievement motivation, self-efficacy, and self-regulated learning. At the same time, external factors are social support, peer and teacher support, learning methods, and the environment. In increasing academic flow, anchor for flow can be an effective technique.
Analysis of Fear of Missing out Phenomena in Adolescent Social Interaction in the Digital Era Khansa Meradaputhi; Nadia Aulia Nadhirah; Ipah Saripah
Journal of Education and Counseling (JECO) Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32627/jeco.v3i1.654

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This study aims to analyze the Fear of missing out on the social interactions of adolescents in the digital era. The research method used in this research is qualitative research, a literature study using and identifying books, journals, and articles. The digital era has enabled new forms of social interaction based on electronic information networks. From this social interaction,t a phenomenon called Fear of missing out (FOMO) arises. FOMO is the Fear of losing precious moments of individuals or other groups where the individual could be present. FOMO is the driving force behind the Internet, and social media use. Low life satisfaction can cause high FOMO due to frequent access to the Internet. In this case, the role of the Guidance and Counseling Teacher is very much needed, bearing in mind that teacher guidance is educational counseling that helps students become independent, develop their potential, and solve problems they experience in the school environment and outside of school. The role/efforts made by guidance and counseling teachers are to provide individual counseling to students who depend on the Internet and FOMO so that they can change their behavior for the better.

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