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Studi Kasus Tentang Peran Orang Tua Dalam Terapi Anak yang Stres Menghadapi UAN (Ujian Akhir Nasional) Studi Di SMK Muhammadiyah 2 Malang

Anggarini, Dwi (2008) Studi Kasus Tentang Peran Orang Tua Dalam Terapi Anak yang Stres Menghadapi UAN (Ujian Akhir Nasional) Studi Di SMK Muhammadiyah 2 Malang. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.


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Case Study About Role of Old fellow in child therapy which stres more expressed at feeling affection for child, with existence of what a pitying child will be more feel to be protected and have attention of itself old fellow. People only can give motivation and motivation to be child is spirit to learning and protected from stres. Most natural child of stres resulted by value of standart UAN which from year to year its value excelsior. And make child have to pursue determined value. Without seeing the condition of environmental condition and child of school of is existence of difference between a town and countryside. But no matter to all important government is to reach value of standart determined can be graduate from UAN. This study is conducted to know role of old fellow in child therapy which a stres face UAN. Data Research obtained to through three way of that is ( 1) Interview to conducted by researcher with a few child old fellow which a stres.(2)Observasi of condition of and environmental atmosphere about residence. (3) Documentations to look for student old fellow addresss of student in SMK Muhammadiyah 2 Malang to conduct this research. Role of old fellow in more child therapy use communications a street step or transaction to old fellow with child. Making old fellow more is knowing of child behaviour and condition in everyday life. And desire grow friendliness atmosphere in have family to very meaning to itself family and child it is of course. Result of study indicate that role of old fellow in child therapy which a stres face in UAN there are some conducted by a matter is old fellow for example as follows : Process conducted by old fellow to be its child protected from stres. That is day evenings child a) when a child wishing to learn as a old ought to accompanies it in learning, although only limited to accompanying better again, if old fellow can understand Iesson will studied by the the child and also can assist child if indigent child master Iesson old fellow b) well as child require help, should be able to give required help is child, though do not as a whole have earned to make child like of given by help is old fellow. c) When shaking together with child as a is old of discussion do not be concentrated on the problem of just old fellow but also concerning problem of which is facing child and ought to also old fellow can make house become balmy and also child more forbear staying play at at home. d) As a old if child at the time of its time learn, to be given by congeniality of its moment learn and also old fellow so child wish to learn better always give motivation to the spirit of learning and accompanying it learn. And Result of which is obtained from therapy conducted by old fellow at its natural child of stress there is two kinds of result of that is : Satisfied old fellow because therapy proes which is succeed and its child of diffraction therapy having taken steps again have activity to or return normal like is ready while one who dissatisfy to be caused by there is no obtained by efficacy him is old fellow in conducting its therapy.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Science > Department of Social Welfare (72201)
Depositing User: Anggit Aldila
Date Deposited: 28 Apr 2012 03:22
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2012 03:22

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