Estiningsih, Veranita (2007) STUDY DESKRIPTIF SELF CONFIDENCE ANAK JALANAN DI RUMAH SINGGAH FLAMBOYAN KOTA MADYA MALANG. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.


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Confidence is one aspect of the human psyche is very important to be nurtured and developed that not only should the adults, but teenagers, children also need it. Street children have a phenomenon that demands the attention of us all. Psychologically they are children who do not already have some degree of emotional formation Rugged, while at the same time they must wrestle with the world streets are hard and tend to affect negatively the growth and formation of personality, including self-confidence. The behavior of street children most impressed shabby, rude, destructive is as an expression of lack of confidence and inability to deal with the crush-crush problems it faces. The author was interested in performing research with the aim to find a picture of confidence and some factors that affect the confidence of street children, so this research expected to benefit the repertoire of scientific (academic) and practical benefits in the guidance and protection of children. This research was conducted using non-experimental methods, and the approach used was qualitative data collection through interviews of five street children who live in the house Flamboyan layover of about 13-15 years old. From the research results can be described confidence of street children that is, they feel inadequate to what he was doing that in this case they feel optimistic and not discouraged with what he was doing well does not depend on others. In the social interaction of these children feel acceptable to the group so that they do not feel ashamed of what was doing and respect one another. As for negative behavior of expression of confidence that the street children, they like to tease people other. While friends, economic factors, education, appearance and family (Parents) are all factors that can affect self-confidence on street children.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology
Depositing User: Zainul Afandi
Date Deposited: 28 May 2012 05:11
Last Modified: 28 May 2012 05:11

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