Setyorini, Eva Wahyu (2006) PERBEDAAN GAYA CINTA PADA REMAJA AKHIR DITINJAU DARI PERAN GENDER. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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Late teens between the ages of 15 to 20 years, at this time adolescents begin attracted to the opposite sex or heterosexual. This interest is the beginning of the growing sense of love in teenagers. At the end of adolescence is the period most sensitive to the growing sense of love for mandapatkan true love as the foundation of life in adulthood. Consciously or not the force of love to which every individual is different related to gender roles as duty period of adolescent development. Behavioral differences between men and women are created by a particular cultural environment and the so-called gender roles. True understanding of love style appropriate to the task of adolescent development is very important because a wrong understanding will only lead to the emergence of deviant behavior committed by teenagers have sex. Love style is the attitude and the availability of individuals to react to the feelings of affection held for the couple share together against them. This research is quantitative research that aims to explain differences in love with the style of late adolescence in terms of gender roles. The variable in this penellitian are differences in gender roles as independent variables and styles of love as the dependent variable. The sample in this study were high school students School I Nganjuk with a sample of 124 subjects. The technique used was cluster random sampling technique. Methods of data collection using the scale BSRI (Bem Sex Role Inventory) and the scale of LAS (Love Attitude Scale). While analyzing the data using the Chi-Square. The results showed no difference in love with the style of the late teens who ssignifikan terms of gender roles. Where late teens who have masculine gender roles have a tendency Ludus love style (31.8%), eros (18.2%), and agape (31.8%), late adolescents who have a feminine gender roles have a tendency storge love style ( 37.5%), Ludus (18.7%), mania (18.7%), late adolescence that gender roles have a tendency anrogini agape love style (25.5%), pragma (23.4%), and mania (19.1%), whereas undifferentiated gender roles have a tendency Ludus love style (38.5%).
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology|
|Depositing User:||Zainul Afandi|
|Date Deposited:||18 Jul 2012 05:23|
|Last Modified:||18 Jul 2012 05:23|
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