JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling

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ISSN / EISSN : 25497065 / 25497073
Current Publisher: UPI Kampus Cibiru (10.17509)
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Ahmad Sururi
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 4, pp 1-13; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v4i1.23662

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Industry Revolution 4.0 is acquiring numerous progressions to the world and one of the transformations is on the future workplace. Hence, students will be largely affected and have a big responsibility to adapt and survive the changes. As mentioned in Super’s theory, students must have some abilities during a certain period. And in light of Super’s career life span theory, students have to achieve their career crystallization. Ironically many students, be that as it may, did not meet the ability on crystallization sub-stage. That is the reason a large number of students getting jumbled between their education background and career later on. This study aimed to investigate vocation crystallization Indonesian students in Malaysia. The case study was used which involved a semi-structured interview and the participant is a student who is studying at the University of Malaya. This investigation indicated that during crystallization sub-stage there are three significant things which are crystallization conduct, resources career information, and determining career choice. Alongside students themselves, schools and counsellors are required to assume a key role in guaranteeing this to happen.
Tri Sutanti
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 4, pp 28-44; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v4i1.22852

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This study aims to describe the accuracy of empathy in Javanese and Sundanese students from the Guidance and Counseling Study Program at Ahmad Dahlan University. Samples were taken by purposive sample with 60 students consisting of 30 Javanese students and 30 Sundanese students. The instrument used was empathy accuracy scale. The study results were analyzed using descriptive statistical analysis and different tests with Anova. The results showed that the accuracy of empathy among Javanese and Sundanese students had a significant value of 0.821 0.05, which means there was no significant difference between the accuracy of empathy among Javanese and Sundanese students. This research also reveals that the highest aspect of empathy accuracy in Javanese students is emotional concern, while Sundanese students are perspective taking. This means that the accuracy of empathy among Javanese students is higher in understanding and feeling the emotional of others, while the accuracy of empathy of Sundanese students is higher in understanding and placing themselves in the minds of others. The results of this study can be used as a base for developing techniques and strategies in guidance and counseling services that focus on developing accuracy of empathy in adolescents
Yudi Kusyadi
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 4, pp 14-27; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v4i1.21415

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This paper intends to discuss the review of career adaptability in several different theoretical settings using a multicultural perspective. The scope of the discussion includes the definition, essence, aspect, and indicator of career adaptability in several theories. The methodology used is in the form of a literature review. This paper aims to provide benefits in providing descriptions of how career adaptability in several theories to gain a deeper understanding of the concept. The results obtained in the form of a review of the concept of “career adaptability” using a multicultural perspective from three different theories derived from the career construction counselling approach and the social-cognitive counselling approach. Each theory has been reviewed from four dimensions, namely: definition, essence, aspects, and indicators.
Sai Handari
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 4, pp 64-78; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v4i1.22353

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This article is based on the results of a mini-research that aims to describe the dynamics of emotional stability in the Kutai's family in East Kalimantan. This research uses the descriptive method with a quantitative approach. The instrument in this study used a questionnaire, then continued with interviews, and observations made to the families of the Kutai tribe in Kabupaten Kutai Kartanegara and Kabupaten Kutai Timur. The data that has been collected is then analyzed using ANOVA quantitative analysis. The results showed that the dynamics of emotional stability in the Kutai's family were not significantly different between the Kutai's family in Kabupaten Kutai Kartanegara and Kabupaten Kutai Timur. The results of this study can be used as a starting material to develop a family counselling and guidance program that focuses on the dynamics of emotional stability in the family, especially in Kutai's family.
Arifah Pujiyanti
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 4, pp 101-113; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v4i1.22526

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Adversity skills are the ability to respond to adversity and a series of ways to improve response to adversity. This study aims to produce profiles of adversity skills in married couples (husband and wife) in young families (aged 1-5 years) Tobelo tribe in responding to family problems. The data was collected using the Quick Take ARP (Adversity Response Profile) scale adopted from Paul G. Stolz, and involved research respondents of thirty married couples. Descriptive data analysis using one way ANOVA. The results showed that the profile of adversity skills in young Tobelo tribal families was in the campers category on average. That is, the average young family is still in the comfort zone and requires an effort trigger to be more successful in the family. The implications of these findings are used as data on the initial conditions of adversity skills, which can then be followed up to conduct further research by developing instruments used to uncover urgent family problems.
Andar Ifazatul Nurlatifah
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 4, pp 45-63; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v4i1.22879

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It has been repeatedly documented in the scientific literature that culture plays an important role in forgiveness. However, research of mountainous, highland, lowland and coastal culture related to forgiveness was rare. The goal of this study was to describe the comparison of forgiveness among Javanese ethnic students who had been raised in mountainous, highland, lowland, and coastal culture background. Forgiveness Scale developed to obtain the data was adapted from TRIM and has been tested for its reliability and validity using the Rasch model. Descriptive statistics, Kruskal-Wallis (H) test, and Mann-Whitney (U) posthoc test were used to analyze the data. The result showed an insignificant difference in forgiveness but showed a significant difference in lessen-avoidance motivation. This finding had practical implications in multicultural counselling, especially in promoting forgiveness to various counselees. For a more comprehensive understanding, further research in forgiveness motives is required.
Arjoni Arjoni, Charles Charles, Intan Sari
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 4, pp 79-100; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v4i1.22398

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This article is based on the results of a mini-research that aims to describe the religious tolerance of Minangkabau and Batak ethnic students at Xaverius Bukittinggi High School in the academic year 2019/2020. This research uses a quantitative approach. The steps in this research are conducting preliminary studies, literature studies, data collection, data analysts and conclusions. The population of this study, XII Bukittinggi ethnic group Minangkabau and Batak ethics XII grade students. Sampling with purposive sampling technique. Data collection using a questionnaire, data analysis techniques with normality, homogeneity, and T-test. The results of this study illustrate the religious tolerance of ethnic Minangkabau and Batak students dominated by the tolerant category. There was no significant difference in religious tolerance between ethnic Minangkabau and Batak students. However, differences in religious tolerance scores were found between ethnic Minangkabau students and Batak students on the aspect of maintaining independence in practising religion and respecting the practice of diversity. The Batak students are a minority population in Xaverius Bukittinggi high school while the majority are Minangkabau students population. Development of religious tolerance Students of the Minangkabau ethnic group and the Batak ethnic group at Xaverius High School tend to be equally tolerant and potentially more tolerant when the curriculum and education at the school are carried out properly. The results of this study can be used as consideration for developing religious-spiritual strength counselling and arranging cross-cultural counselling and guidance programs in high schools.
Agung Nugraha
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 3, pp 90-105; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v3i2.20957

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The purpose of this paper is to conceptually and empirically analyze cultural intelligence from a variety of perspectives. Intensive conceptual and empirical studies of the trends in the dynamics of cultural intelligence in the perspective of the fields of psychology, sociology and organization are the research methods used. This paper is expected to contribute to the development of science in the field of multicultural services, especially cross-cultural guidance and counselling services. This paper is then expected to be one of the treasures of developing multicultural competencies in the implementation of guidance and counselling services.
M. Solehuddin
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 3, pp 119-136; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v3i2.20960

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Issues of intolerance in Indonesia, even involving children, have become the concerns of all related agencies, particularly those in children’s education. Although character building has been mainstreamed in the national education system, little is known how preschool teachers contribute to the nurturance of tolerant young children as future global citizens. This study explores priority sustainable character values and their building strategies in counselling practices of pre-school teachers in West Java Province of Indonesia. Analysis of questionnaire, classroom observation and interview results by criteria of Global Citizenship Education (UNESCO, 2017) and character education in the 21st century of Bialik, Bogan, Fadel and Horvathova (2015) show that counselling topics of the participating teachers have included sustainable values of global partnership, independence, nationalism, integrity, and religiosity exercised through individual and team works. By involving social agencies such as parents, principals, and religious leaders, teachers involved their students in various characterbuilding activities. The study also recommends more detail indicators and activities for teachers to improve their students’ sense of tolerance as future global citizens.
B Ratu, Misnah Misnah, M. Amirullah
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 3, pp 106-118; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v3i2.20958

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This article aims to discuss the development of a culture of peace through a local wisdom-based peace education program Nosarara Nosabatutu. Nosarara Nosabatu is a Kaili ethnic local wisdom, in the city of Palu, Central Sulawesi, with the main concept being peacein society through a spirit of brotherhood, togetherness, unity and unity, family, and peace. Nosarara Nosabatu needs to be implemented in educational programs for young people, especially for students in schools, in order to build a culture of peace in the people of Palu. This article uses the library research method. The research findings are: 1) the values of peace in the local wisdom of Nosarara Nosabatutu; and 2) the prospect of developing guidance and counseling based on local wisdom Nosarara Nosabatutu to develop a culture of peace in the School.
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