IDENTITAS SOSIAL MAHASISWA SUKU BANJAR DI KOTA MALANG

Ma'ruf, M. Farid (2006) IDENTITAS SOSIAL MAHASISWA SUKU BANJAR DI KOTA MALANG. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

In interacting individuals need to explain who the identity of the individual, from which tribe he came from. Identity, in its development not only explain the who, but how should a person get better, that's what the individual needs of social identity, part of one's self concept which is a reflection of one's participation in the social environment. Basically, the process of acculturation and assimilation can lead to variations of social identity. Malang City as the city education into the town meetings of the various cultures that can be a facilitator and allow individuals, especially students interact with various cultural and social identity shift allows the student. Tribe Banjar in South Kalimantan as indigenous peoples have a student who almost scattered throughout the campus in the city of Malang. With the general characteristics of Banjar people who have the solidarity and the dignity of the tribal high, making students Banjarese interesting to study social identity. This research is a descriptive qualitative and quantitative methods as a secondary method that aims to find out how the social identities of students Banjarese in Malang city and find out how social comparison processes that occur in subjects with high and low social identity. The instrument used is the scale of social identity that serves as a tool in the selection of subjects and separate students into two categories Banjar. Furthermore, the method used in this study were interviews and also use observation as a method of support. Subjects who were included in the first of 40 subjects. To find out how social comparison processes that occur in each category, taken a few people to do the interview subjects. From the research that has been done, as many as 24 people subjects (60%) fall into the category of high social identity, and as many as 16 subjects (40%) fall into the category of high social identity. Results of the interviews showed that in general high social identity is more due to the desire to gain recognition (recognition) and social equality (social equality) by the Javanese as a tribe that became the comparison, and in subjects with low social identity in the process of social comparison in general have a negative view of his tribe, so they choose another social identity that identity as an ordinary student.

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: 24 Jul 2012 01:31
Last Modified: 24 Jul 2012 01:31
URI: http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/12801

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