Prastiwi, Tri Wulan (2006) PERBEDAAN GAYA RESOLUSI KONFLIK PADA REMAJA DITINJAU DARI PERAN GENDER. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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Conflict is seen as a factor which would damage the relationship, it must be prevented. Conflicts can occur in children, adolescents and parents. During his youth, prone to conflict. As a result of the conflict raises uncomfortable feelings. This will lead teenagers to try to find a way out or trying to control and manage conflict. Every individual is different in responding or responding to conflict. Therefore, in choosing the conflict resolution depends on the contributing factors. One important aspect of identity in adolescence is the development of gender roles. Gender roles adapted by individual rigid and conservative or traditional occur in childhood and continues until the next period of development, namely adolescence, adulthood, and so on. As a result of puberty, girls and boys experiencing intensification of the expectations associated with gender. This study aims to determine differences in adolescent conflict resolution styles in terms of gender roles. This research is quantitative research that type of data in the form of numbers or symptoms that diangkakan, with independent variables and dependent variables of gender role conflict resolution style. Population and sample in this study are high school students Middle School 1 Coral totaling 685 students with a sample of 70 students. The sampling technique is random sampling. Data collection techniques, using a scale. The research instrument used in this study is turstone scale and data analysis techniques using the chi-Squre as a means of estimation is, the Chi-Squre is used to interpret whether or not significant differences between the frequencies obtained with the expected frequency in the population. From the results of this research has shown that there are different styles of conflict resolution among adolescents in terms of gender roles, where the teenager with the feminine gender roles were more likely to use a style that emphasizes conflict resolution to others (27.6%), adolescents with masculine gender roles tend to use conflict resolution style that emphasizes self (13.8%), adolescents with androgynous gender roles tend to use conflict resolution style that emphasizes on others (8.6%), and adolescents with undifferentiated gender roles tend to use a style that emphasizes conflict resolution others (17.2%).
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology|
|Depositing User:||Anggit Aldila|
|Date Deposited:||26 Jul 2012 03:38|
|Last Modified:||26 Jul 2012 03:38|
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