Herlina, Yuyun (2006) HUBUNGAN KEERATAN ORANG TUA REMAJA DENGAN KONFLIK TEMAN SEBAYA. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.


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Until now there is no right strategy to prevent and resolve conflicts among adolescent peers. Conflicts that occur in adolescents can be a source of greater conflict if not handled properly. Closeness of the parents have an important role in the development of adolescence in which the transitional period after leaving the child in peningktannya into adulthood. More teenagers outside along with peers, because of the influence of peers greater, parents should pay attention to her child. Relationships with peers, sometimes familiar, sometimes conflicting. For conflict with peers low, perlua the best approach on teenagers. This study aims to determine the closeness of the relationship of parent and peer conflict in adolescents. This study includes 50 subjects from class 2 high school students Pancasila Ambulu-Jember and purpossive taken using sampling techniques. While the data collection method used is the scale of the scale of the closeness of parents and peer conflict scale. Test the validity of using spread product moment with the index of the validity of parental closeness scale ranges from 0.3231 to 0.7711 while for peer conflict scale ranges from 0.3237 to 0.7200. To test reliability alpha mrnggunakan technique. On a scale of parental closeness of the alpha coefficient ranged from 0.7814 to 0.8924 while for peer conflict scale alpha coefficient ranged from 0.8120 to 0.8767. The data analysis method used in this study are product moment correlation analysis using a computer system SPSS for Windows Version 10.00. From the data analysis shows that there is significant negative relationship on the closeness of parent and peer conflict in adolescents (r = -0.415 and p = 0.003). Where (r = - 0.415) which means the higher the closeness of the relationship of parents in the lower teens peer conflict. The closeness of the effective contribution of parents with peer conflict in adolescents is 17.2% so there is still a donation sebasar 82.8% of other factors not examined.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology
Depositing User: Rayi Tegar Pamungkas
Date Deposited: 10 Jul 2012 06:48
Last Modified: 10 Jul 2012 06:48

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