Puspitasari, Martabuana (2010) MOTIF-MOTIF YANG MELATAR BELAKANGI PERILAKU PROSOSIAL PADA RELAWAN/VOLUNTEER HIV/AIDS. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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The act other than human beings are bound with factors coming from outside itself in the from outside itself in the form of encourage or a force from within him that became the catalyst for doing. As well as in volunteer activities, their interest to be voluntary most effective if they recognize that different individuals have different reasons to engage in such activities. Each volunteer in prosaically behavior is different objectives and motives behind all that has been done. This study design was a descriptive qualitative research. Subject used in this study is someone who has done volunteer activities as a HIV/AIDS volunteer, especially in the volunteers that have not been infected with HIV/AIDS. As for the number of subjects used in this study as many as five people. Data collection method used in this study is interviews. Checking the validity of the data using sources triangulation technique that is the source of volunteer’s fellow. Based on the study, found if the motives underlying prosocial behavior in HIV/AIDS volunteer are the motives that are altruistic motive (unselfish) or community concern motive, that is existence of such drives; want to minimize the spread of HIV/AIDS, wants more contribute to society, especially for minority groups such as people with HIV/AIDS (ODHA) in order no to being isolated again, and wants to become a mediator to voice to voice their conscience who want attention not ostracized. Egoism motive (selfishness), which includes among others; motive of personal development, that is existence of such drives; want to get the experience of organizing, want to learn communication better, want to feel the challenge through extension activities directly with various levels of society. Desire to enhance understanding motive, including; want to know how the activities and how to handle people who are already infected with HIV/AIDS, getting science and gain knowledge when it comes to dealing HIV/AIDS. The motive to increase self esteem that is the existence such drives; want to occasionally useful to society because for this, they assume that students can only have fun, spend parent’s money and only like to do demonstrative activities. Social motives, the urge to add a friend. Career motives, to be HIV/AIDS volunteer in order to get the link if it will find a job someday.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology|
|Depositing User:||Rayi Tegar Pamungkas|
|Date Deposited:||22 May 2012 06:24|
|Last Modified:||22 May 2012 06:24|
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