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Nusantara of Research: Jurnal Hasil-hasil Penelitian Universitas Nusantara PGRI Kediri
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ISSN (Print) 2579-3063 - ISSN (Online) 2355-7249
Published by Universitas Nusantara PGRI Kediri Homepage  [1 journal]
  • The Effectiveness of Group Guidance Homeroom Techniques for Reducing
           Anxiety of Adolescent Girls in Facing Menarche

    • Authors: Muhammad Sholihuddin Zuhdi; Mohammad Ja'far As-Shodiq
      Abstract: A girl is said to be in puberty when she experiences menstruation or commonly referred to as menarche, this happens a lot to children in Pikatan Village, this requires help to gain knowledge so that the child does not experience anxiety about experiencing Menarche, using the Homeroom Technique, as for the purpose The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of the Homeroome technique to reduce anxiety in children who are experiencing menarche by using the experimental type of quantitative research method, for the results of hypothesis testing to obtain the results that the results of the pired sample t-test in the table, it can be seen the output results (paired). The first sample t-test obtained a Sig (2-tailed) value of 0.000 <0.05. So, there is a difference in the average results of the homeroom technique group guidance for the experimental class pre-test with the experimental class post-test with menarche anxiety guidance material.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +070
  • Reframing: Cognitive Counseling Strategy to Achieve Student Happiness in
           Post Pandemic

    • Authors: Rosalia Dewi Nawantara; M. Ramli
      Abstract: Happiness is something that every individual desires. Happy Feelings Refer to well-being of mental health. Not students at school. High academics that are not in accordance with abilities and good self-management can lead to unhappy conditions. Happiness (happiness) is synonymous with the term emotional well-being (EWB). Emotional well-being (EWB) or emotional well-being is an individual's state consisting of life satisfaction and positive feelings. The problem that occurs is that students feel less happy when they are at school because they do not immediately take perspective on a situation. For example, feeling that school is a place full of burdens, school is a boring place, and so on. The reframing technique is one of the techniques of cognitive therapy that aims to reorganize the desired emotional content and direct/reframe it towards a rational mind, so that the counselee can have various points of view on the self-concept/cognitive concept in various situations. This research method is literature study. Analysis of the data used is content analysis. The result of this research is the elaboration of theoretical studies on reframing techniques in cognitive therapy approaches that can be used to achieve students' emotional well-being.
      PubDate: Wed, 29 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +070
  • Student Cultural Resilience and Its Implications for Peace Pedagogy

    • Authors: Syska Purnama Sari; Januar Eko Aryansah, Ahman Ahman, Ipah Saripah
      Abstract: Resilience can be developed from cultural support, so the uniqueness and the whole cultural construct are important to take into account. The ability of individuals to be able to adapt from the pressures experienced in their lives through the cultural values ​​of the surrounding environment is a personal competence that must be developed by educators. Cultural resilience can be developed through the pedagogy of peace. The purpose of this article is to describe the cultural resilience of PGRI Palembang University students and their implications for peace pedagogy. The research method is descriptive quantitative with 80 students in semester II, IV and VI 2021. The measurement of cultural resilience is based on the theory of Reivich and Shatte and ClaussEhlers, aspects of cultural resilience consist of emotion regulation, emotional control, impulse control, reaching out, adaptive coping, global coping and socio-cultural support. The results is the cultural resilience of PGRI Palembang University students was in the medium category. With the achievement of the highest aspect is emotional regulation, and the lowest is socio-cultural support. Efforts to develop cultural resilience are through guidance and peace counseling using cultural strategies.
      PubDate: Wed, 29 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +070
  • The Validity of Pori Media (Speaking Room Podcast) in Improving High
           School Students' Self Esteem

    • Authors: Indri Novia Larasati; Muwakhidah Muwakhidah
      Abstract: This study aims to increase students' self-esteem based on the urgency of the problems felt by teenagers at the high school level. The research model applied is the Borg and Gall Research and Development procedure. The procedure consists of three steps, namely preliminary studies, planning and development of media products and product testing. At the product test stage, two tests were carried out, namely the expert test and the prospective user test. Collecting data using an acceptability questionnaire as an assessment of media products and a self-esteem questionnaire as an assessment. The results of the PORI media research meet the criteria for accuracy, use, through the results of expert tests and prospective users. However, this research stops at the stage of potential users not reaching a limited group. The average obtained through the media and content expert test is 1, meaning that this media has very good acceptability and is grateful in theory. The results of the prospective user test on 60 respondents from high school students have a high category with a score of 80% of 48 respondents, a medium category of 18.3% of 11 respondents, and a low category of 1.6% of 1 respondent. So it can be said that the PORI media is grateful in increasing the self-esteem of high school students
      PubDate: Wed, 29 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +070
  • The Effectiveness of Art Therapy in the Guidance Program on Early
           Childhood Creativity

    • Authors: Aniek Wirastania; Dimas Ardika Miftah Farid, Maghfirotul Lathifah
      Abstract: Creativity is an important aspect for every individual and should be developed from an early age. The development of creativity in children can be done by facilitating the use of creative media. This study aims to develop children's creativity by using art therapy in the guidance program. Art therapy in this guidance program is useful in increasing children's creativity through the process in producing a work. The approach used in this study is quantitative with a quasi-experimental design method. This study carried out the steps from the preliminary study, compiling a hypothetical program based on the preliminary study, revising the program, conducting experiments that were carried out for five treatments, and then data organization and data analysis were carried out using the Wilcoxon test. Based on the results of data analysis tests using SPSS 26 software, it was found that the implementation of art therapy in the guidance program was effective in increasing the creativity of playgroup students.
      PubDate: Wed, 29 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +070
  • The Effect of Gender Composition on the Dynamics of Group Guidance

    • Authors: Titin Rosyidah; Eko Darminto, Retno Tri Hariastuti
      Abstract: The composition of the sex-based group is operationally defined as three groups in the guidance group which are formed homogeneously and heterogeneously based on gender, namely: the male homogeneous group, the female homogeneous group, and the heterogeneous sex group. This study aims to direct the influence of gender-based group composition in group guidance groups on group dynamics. The research was conducted through a quasi-experimental approach with a nonequivalent control group design. The research subjects were 30 randomly selected from students at SMP Negeri 1 Pungging. The One-Way ANOVA test analysis results showed a p-value (sig. 0.000), so it was known that p <0.05. These calculations prove that gender-based group composition in the guidance group has a significant positive effect on group dynamics. The implication of this finding is that guidance groups for junior high school students will be effective if they are made up homogeneously based on gender, especially the female sex. 
      PubDate: Tue, 28 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +070
  • The Role of Guidance and Counseling Teachers in Forming Students'
           Independent Character in the Education Scene

    • Authors: Juwanto Juwanto; Agus Taufiq, Yusi Riksa Yustiana
      Abstract: This article aims to describe the role of education in shaping student independence. Education as the spearhead in developing the quality of Human Resources has an important role in developing and improving the quality of a country. The quality of education is not only measured in the academic component but how can guarantee the development of independent students in accordance with the stages of development where one of the main components is student character. This article uses a literature review approach, namely selecting specific sources according to the theme, identifying articles, and then compiling articles. Meanwhile, the data collection technique used is through journals, books, and articles, both national and international, which are related to the subject matter that is the theme of this article. In order to support the study, a small survey was conducted at the school, namely SMA I Lembang Bandung. Education is carried out with the aim of forming not only the academic component of students but also delivering students to be independent as a whole. In forming the independent character of students, it is necessary to have parties who have responsibility and authority such as teachers, parents, and the community. On the other hand, cultural factors which are an integral component of the community structure cannot be separated from influencing the character development factors of independent students. Thus it is necessary to have synergy in building quality Human Resources (HR).
      PubDate: Tue, 28 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +070
  • Analysis of Peer Conformity and Loneliness with Narcissistic Behavior of
           High School Students Using TikTok

    • Authors: Arbin Janu Setiyowati; Fania Erlita, Yuliati Hotifah
      Abstract: TikTok application users continue to increase every year, especially the various funny and interesting features in it. It is not surprising that TikTok has become one of the most popular social media in Indonesia, especially for teenage students. The purpose of this study, namely to determine the relationship between peer conformity and loneliness with the narcissistic behavior of high school students using TikTok. The research design uses quantitative methods with correlational types. The research population is 287 students who are actively using TikTok. The sampling technique used is simple random sampling with a total sample of 172 students. Collecting data using research instruments consisting of three attitude scales, namely the peer conformity scale, loneliness scale, and narcissistic behavior scale. Data analysis was performed using multiple linear regression analysis and Pearson's Product Moment. The results of this study indicate that there is a relationship between the three variables, namely peer conformity, loneliness, and narcissism.
      PubDate: Wed, 22 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +070
  • Career Counseling with My College Activities to Describe Student Career
           Time Perspective

    • Authors: Vira Afriyati; Ahman Ahman, Ipah Saripah
      Abstract: Perspective of time as one of the important determinants of behavior in one's life. Likewise, the career time perspective or career time perspective. The importance of understanding how a person views or how his perspective on time will affect how mature his career is. This article aims to describe the Career Time Perspective (CTP) of Guidance and Counseling students at the University of Bengkulu. This research is qualitative research with 8 students as research subjects. The treatment used is my collage activity. This research was analyzed using descriptive analysis. The results of the study show that the career time perspective of each student in each time zone influences each other. The past, present and future zones are related. The results of this study can be used as a basis for developing student career development programs.
      PubDate: Wed, 22 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +070
  • The Influence of Self-Efficacy and Self-Management in The Implementation
           of Guidance and Counseling Services at SMP N in Jambi City

    • Authors: Rasimin Rasimin; Affan Yusra, Arizona Karno
      Abstract: These are the objectives of this study: 1) To determine the extent to which self-efficacy influences the implementation of guidance and counselling at SMP N in Jambi City; 2) To determine the extent to which self-management influences the implementation of guidance and counselling at SMP N in Jambi city, and 3) To determine the direct influence of self-efficacy and self-management on the implementation of guidance and counselling at SMPN in Jambi City. The research design utilized in this study was quantitative, with multiple linear regression analysis serving as the expo-facto statistical test design. This study's population consisted of school counsellors at the State Junior High School in Jambi city. As for the findings of this study: 1. The self-efficacy variable (X1) has no effect on school services (Y). It is evidenced by the results of 0.146 > 0.05 and t count -1.464< t in table 1; 2. There is an influence of the self-management variable (X2) on services in schools (Y), as evidenced by the results of 0.000< 0.05 and t count 4.360 > t in table 1.98; 3. There is a simultaneous effect of self-efficacy (X)1 and self-management (X2) on services in schools (Y), 0.000< 0.005. It indicates that variables have a simultaneous relationship
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +070
  • Social Anxiety Disorder In Adolescence And Internet-Based Cognitive
           Behavior Therapy as A Future Treatment: A Cross-Sectional Study

    • Authors: Nila Zaimatus Septiana; M. Ramli, Nur Hidayah, Binti Isrofin
      Abstract: Adolescents in social development are susceptible to social anxiety disorder (SAD). Adolescents need social support and self-acceptance in a social environment which in the process is often stressful to experience social anxiety. This study aims to identify social anxiety disorder in adolescents based on sociodemographic factors such as age, gender, family status, and residence as well as plans to use internet-based behavior therapy to be used as a treatment in future studies. This research approach is quantitative with a cross-sectional survey design. This study uses probability sampling with simple random sampling. The number of samples in this study is 458. This study used Social Anxiety Scale (SAC) questionnaire and data analysis using descriptive statistical tests, ANOVA tests, and Mann-Whitney tests. The results showed that the social anxiety category of adolescents was moderate, and only the age and place of residence had an effect on adolescent social anxiety. To overcome social anxiety, adolescents use internet-based Cognitive Behavior Therapy (I-CBT) as a future treatment.
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +070
  • The Effect of Self Efficacy and Social Support on Achievement Motivation
           of UNUGIRI Rugby Athletes

    • Authors: Mohamad Da'i; Vesti Dwi Cahyaningrum
      Abstract: This research was conducted to determine the influence of self-efficacy and social support on the achievement motivation of Rugby athletes. The research sample consisted of 50 Rugby athletes from the UNUGIRI Student Activity Unit. The author created the measurement instrument by referring to the components of achievement motivation by McClelland, measuring self-efficacy using the Physical Self-Efficacy Scale (PSE) by Rycman, and referring to the aspects of social support described by Sarafino. The results of the study showed that there is a significant influence of self-efficacy, social support, and demographic variables (gender and age) on the achievement motivation of UNUGIRI Rugby athletes. For further research, researchers can design studies using other research methods or using other relevant variables. For athlete managers, this study can be used as a reference to improve the achievement motivation of athletes by optimizing self-efficacy and social support.
      PubDate: Fri, 20 Jan 2023 00:00:00 +070
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