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Indigenous: Jurnal Ilmiah Psikologi
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Indigenous: Jurnal Ilmiah Psikologi is a media for Psychology and other related disciplines which focus on the finding of indigenous research in Indonesia.
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Content validity and exploratory factor analysis (EFA) on 26 items of the interreligious harmony scale. Aad Satria Permadi; Rozmi Ismail; Arena Bt. Che Kasim
Indigenous Vol 7, No 1 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/indigenous.v7i1.16744

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Abstract. A qualitative study in Waingapu revealed five factors that form interreligious harmony: belief in one ancestor, religious dogma, respect, perception of interreligious incidents, and internal attribution. This study aimed to test the content validity and EFA of 26 items compiled based on these five factors. Content validity was carried out by querying an assessment from 18 raters using the Aiken's V formula. Five hundred fourteen respondents fill out the scale of interreligious harmony. The data from 514 respondents were then processed with the JASP for Windows 10 program. All items obtained Aiken's V values 0.65. The Aiken's V value means that the items are valid in terms of their content. Overall MSA value was 0.610, and Bartlett's test p-value was 0.001. The EFA calculation result in seven items that were aggregated in two factors with a loading factor was 0.4. The EFA calculation shows that the seven items that constructed these two factors are valid for measuring the theoretical construct of Interreligious Harmony. The difference between theoretical factors and those formed after EFA is also discussed in this article as well.Keywords: content validity, confirmatory factor analysis, interreligious harmony.
Role of parents and friends in adolescents’ identity formation in Indonesia. Darmawan Muttaqin; Alfi Rossi Chanafi; Baiq Irma Anggi Nofelia; Theodora Carelina Khristi; Sri Wahyuningsih
Indigenous Vol 7, No 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/indigenous.v7i1.15680

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Abstract. The identity formation of adolescents in a collective society is dependent on their significant relationship with other people. Therefore, this study aims to examine the role of parents and friends in adolescents’ identity formation in Indonesia. This research was conducted using a quantitative survey method involving 489 adolescents with 142, 178, and 169 in their early, middle, and late adolescent phases ranging from 12 to 21 years. Data collection was carried out on adolescents who are currently studying in Surabaya by using the convenience sampling method. The Indonesian version of the UtrechtManagementof Identity Commitments Scale, Shortened Version of Child's Report on Parent Behavior Inventory, Friendship Quality Scale, and Caregiving Questionnaire were used to measure the dimensions of identity, parenting, friendship quality, and support-giving. The hierarchical regression analysis was used to determine the role of the dimensions of parenting, friendship quality, and support giving gradually to identity formation. The results showed that parenting, friendship quality, and support contribute to commitment (R2= 0.291), in-depth exploration (R2= 0.241), and reconsideration of commitment (R2 = 0.110). It also indicates that the adolescent's identity formation in Indonesia embraces a collective culture inseparable from authority figures and peer groups. The implication of this research is that differences in the quality and form of relationships with parents and friends can lead to differences in adolescent identity formation.Keywords: adolescents; friendship; identity formation; Indonesia; parenting.
A quarter-life crisis in early adulthood in Indonesia during the Covid-19 pandemic Adita Lintang Kharisma Putri; Sri Lestari; Yayah Khisbiyah
Indigenous Vol 7, No 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/indigenous.v7i1.15543

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Abstract. Quarter-life crisis in youngsters in their 20s triggered by concerns over uncertainties of future life, notably regarding job prospects, romantic relationships linked with marriage plan, and social life. The purpose of this study is to understand the psychosocial dynamics of the quarter-life crisis and to comprehend the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the quarter-life crisis among early adults in various regions in Indonesia. The research uses a phenomenological method of qualitative approach. Research participants were selected using the purposive sampling technique, composed of 6 people who experienced a quarter-life crisis. The age range of the participants was 20 to 29 years. Semi-structured interviews through Whatsapp media were used to collect the data. The data were analyzed with Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA). The results showed that work-related demands, marriage plans, and family-related issues are the root causes of quarter-life crises marked by disturbing negative thoughts and feelings. Pandemic Covid-19 has also intensified the anxieties felt by some participants as the economic situation and job prospects got even bleaker. This study implies that to prevent a quarter-life crisis among youth, families are expected to be more supportive by providing support and trust for young adults to make decisions and be responsible for their choices for the future.Keywords: content validity, confirmatory factor analysis, interreligious harmony.
Psychological distress analysis among nurses during Covid-19 pandemic Rahmaniyah Dwi Astuti; Ferina Ayu Kusuma Dewi; Irwan Iftadi
Indigenous Vol 7, No 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/indigenous.v7i1.16179

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Abstract. During Covid-19 pandemic, the workload of nurses has become much higher. The condition of Covid-19 cases rate that continues to increase, adaptation to HSE measures and strict procedures to prevent transmission put great pressure on the health workers who are on duty. This study aims to measure the level of psychological distress in the form of stress, depression, and anxiety experienced by nurses at XYZ Hospital in Pemalang, Central Java using DASS 42 measuring instrument. The data analysis was processed using IBM SPSS Statistics 24 application with multiple linear regression method. The population is all nursing staff at XYZ Hospital, totaling 198 people. By using the stratified random sampling technique, a sample of 133 people was obtained consisting of 84 people from non-Covid-19 work units and 49 people from Covid-19 work units. Psychological distress factors are associated with internal factors (gender, age, years of service, education level, level of use of personal protective equipment) and external factors (level of PPE use, limited PPE, no PPE changing room facilities, lack of training, no zoning area, minimal formal psychological support, low social support, inadequate facilities and infrastructure, minimal information on the development of Covid-19, high working hours, fear of infection, chronic illness, trauma because the family has been exposed). The results showed that 75.2% of nurses experienced stress, 51.9% of nurses experienced depression, and 78.2% of nurses experienced anxiety disorders. The foremost vital factor influencing depression is age, anxiety is level of PPE use, and stress is length of time worked.Keywords: Covid-19 pandemic; DASS-42; nurses; psychological distress; SPSS

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