Gunawan, Dianawati (2007) HUBUNGAN SOSIALISASI PERATURAN ETIKA KEPRIBADIAN TERHADAP PENAMPILAN MAHASISWA DAN MAHASISWI Studi Pada Mahasiswa Jurusan Ilmu Komunikasi UMM. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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In an effort to bring order among the students how to look for the image, vision and mission, UMM issued Personality Ethics Rules contained in the book Student Disciplinary Regulations and the UMM Alumni Chapter (IV) Personality Ethic, which based on the UMM Chancellor Decree No.10 of 2004 on the Disciplinary Students and Alumnus. This provision covers several aspects, including neatness hair, clothes, use of jewelry or accessories, and footwear for student use. It also included about sanksisanksi which will incur much less provisions are violated. In this regulation socializing, UMM uses some media, namely the division of Student Disciplinary Regulations book and UMM alumnus, banners installed in tempat-tempat strategic, warning lecturer, PESMABA (Introductory Studies Students New), P2KK (Training and Personality Development and Leadership), Circular Letter Islamic Dress in Month of Ramadan, and Circular for lecturers is to order the way dressed students contained in the Book of Student Development. Appearance UMM students themselves vary greatly, from a very neat until that is not neat, by Hence this study sought to find data about the extent of exposure to socialization Regulation of Personality Eika actually affect student performance. Activity or effort that made the source of the communication must also be expected brings about a result or outcome that happened to recipients in accordance with willingness of the source. In general, the result or outcome of this communication may include three aspects, namely cognitive (awareness and knowledge), affective aspect (concerning the attitude or feelings / emotions), conative aspect (concerning the behavior or action). Theoretically, the model Adoption of Innovation (reception ideas / new ideas) provide a snapshot of five (5) phase traversed in the process of making the decision to accept or reject the innovation. The referred innovation here is an idea / ideas, practices or objects that the new assessed by someone. The five stages are: stage of knowledge, persuasion stage, decision stage, stage of implementation, and confirmation phase. This study uses a quantitative approach with independent variables: socialization Regulation Ethics Personality and dependent variables: student performance. The purpose of this research is to know the relationship and the direction of the relationship between personality socialization Ethics Rules the performance of students and student Department of Communication Science University Muhammadiyah Malang, and to determine whether there is a difference between the socialization Personality Ethics Regulation on the performance of students and students from Department of Communication University of Malang. The population of this study are students majoring in Communication Science Faculty of Social UMM class of 2004 with a sample of 45 respondents, with details of the 28 respondents and 17 female respondents boys, obtained by using random sampling techniques. Instruments research used questionnaires, observations, and interviews with data analysis using product moment analysis. In the analysis that has been done on the students found no significant relationship between socialization Ethics Regulation Personality of student performances Science Department Communication University of Malang. The relationship can be seen from r count when compared with the r table. Apparently the result of r count r is greater than the table on the stage signifikasnsi 5%, ie 0.470> 0.374, so that the socialization of Personality Ethics Rules have positive effect on the performance of student Department of Communication Science Muhammadiyah University of Malang. The effective contribution of socialization Ethics Rules Personality on performance of female students is 22.1%, which means 77.9% is another variable that is not studied yet sama-sama affect the appearance student. Meanwhile, in the analysis that has been made to the students proved that no significant relationship between the socialization of personality on performance Ethics Rules student Department of Communication Studies University of Malang. Relationship can be seen from r count when compared with the r table. Apparently the result of r count smaller of r signifikasnsi table at 5% level, ie 0.420> 0.482, so socialization Ethics Rules Personality was not related to the performance of students from Department of Communication University of Malang.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||H Social Sciences > HN Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Social and Political Science > Department of Communication Sience|
|Depositing User:||Zainul Afandi|
|Date Deposited:||04 Jun 2012 05:02|
|Last Modified:||04 Jun 2012 05:02|
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