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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JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling; doi:10.17509/jomsign

Dody Riswanto, Ade Hidayat
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 3; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v3i1.16571

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The aims of this study was to find the ideal personal values of the counselor based on the isen mulang philosophy of the Dayak tribe. The research method used is qualitative where researchers act as key instruments, data collection techniques are interviews, observation and documentation studies. The results of the study are that the isen mulang philosophy contains four main values, namely the value of struggle, the value of heroism, the value of sacrifice, and the value of spirit never giving up. The four elements of the isen mulang values are implemented by counselors in everyday life to form an ideal personal competence of the counselor.
Alrefi Alrefi
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 3; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v3i1.19653

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This research was aimed to see the research trend psychological flexibility last ten years. The literature review investigated research trend published in international journals, method in research problems, research method, and result of the research. Therefore, the researcher hope this research can contribute positively to the development of guidance and counseling faculty and can be one of the research development sources in the implementation of guidance and counseling services.
Sutirna Sutirna
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 3; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v3i1.15088

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Teachers have three roles in carrying out their duties, namely the role of educators, instructors and mentors. The role as an educator is always required to be a role model in his steps both in the school environment and in the community, then the role as a teacher always provides knowledge in accordance with his field in a humanistic manner, while the role as a supervisor is to deliver students to be able to overcome their own problems with encouragement and attention to his personality. Misperception about the task of implementing guidance and counseling services in schools is only done by guidance and counseling teachers, it seems that there needs to be an improvement in the perception of subject teachers. Therefore, to change this, universities as prospective subject teacher printers must provide guidance and counseling courses with explanatory content leading to the role of subject teachers as supervisors.
Helmi Ghoffar
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 3; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v3i1.19294

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This article aims to describe the concept of self-awareness analyzed from several theoretical perspectives. This analysis is intended to form a synthesis as a comprehensive definition including the essence, aspects and indicators of self-awareness. The method used is descriptive analysis of various theories with a literature review approach. The results of this analysis will serve as a basis in the preparation of instruments which are expected to have a high level of validity to measure aspects of self-awareness that are more comprehensive in accordance with the context and situation at the present time.
Herdi Herdi, Sunaryo Kartadinata, Agus Taufiq
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 3; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v3i1.19444

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Today, multicultural counseling to be one of the most efficacy and effective helping professionals services in helping counselees achieve positive changes. But, critical question is what makes efficacy and effectiveness of multicultural counseling? The purpose of this study is to explore of the factors affecting the efficacy and effectiveness of multicultural counseling. This study used survey method. The participant included 30 pre-service counselor educators (master’s students) from Department of Guidance and Counseling in Universitas Negeri Jakarta. Data were collected using questionnaire that is Common Factors in Multicultural Counseling Scale in the form of Likert five-level scale. The data were analyzed with exploratory factor analysis. The results showed that there are two factors affecting the efficacy and effectiveness of multicultural counseling in the perspectives of pre-service counselor educators, named: (1) specific factors, such as: counseling approach and techniques and multicultural counseling competencies; and (2) common factors, such as: person of the counselor (wisdom) and counseling alliance. The implication is that counselor educators need to consider and develop these factors in Counselor Education and Supervision programs.
Yusuf Suleiman, Muraina Kamilu Olanrewaju, Jamiu Mahmood Suleiman
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 3; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v3i1.19606

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Guidance and counselling is a service that all human beings need at one point of their life. There is no human being that has never got a problem at one point or another. Guidance counselling is a noble profession whose importance in the educational system of Nigeria is becoming increasingly recognized by the country’s educational planners and policy makers. Ideally a well-trained school counsellor should be available in each institution in the federation to deal with various aspects of students’ problems and this presupposes the establishment of school guidance and counselling from the primary up to the tertiary levels. The essentials services expected of guidance counsellor in schools was highlighted and the means through which guidance programmes could be enhanced for effective service delivery in Nigerian secondary schools were expatiated. The process involves putting the prevailing situation in proper perspective by identifying the challenges and counselling is a problems solver. The role of the counsellor is to coordinate all the school guidance personnel in order to achieve effective guidance and by extension, the school objectives. The paper however, recommended that guidance service should be integrated into the primary school curriculum and be taught as a class subject and that administration of each institution provides critical leadership and conducive work environment to accommodate the kind of flexible work schedule and organizing regular workshops, seminars and conferences for stakeholders in guidance and counselling.
Wahidin Wahidin, Mamat Supriatna
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 3; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v3i1.15162

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The relationship between religion and culture will shape personally, where the interaction of both is reflected through religious experience. The purpose of this study was to analyze the students' religious experiences at Ma'had Ali IAIN Salatiga in various cultures and ethnicities. The formulation of this study problem is how students' religious experiences in Ma'had Ali IAIN Salatiga are in different cultures and ethnicities? The research method used is qualitative method, with data collection technique in the form of questionnaire and interview. To analyze the data used content analysis, while the results of the study described in narrative-descriptive.
Ninil Elfira
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 2; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v2i2.10830

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This study is an attempt to describe the cultural factors in marital readiness. Marital readiness is an important point in creating happiness in domestic life. This research tries to reveal the marital readiness of student based on cultural background. The study was conducted by using the scale of marital readiness instrument, on 57 students with Minangkabau cultural background and Malay culture with data analysis using one way Anova. The results of the analysis illustrate that there are significant differences in marital readiness between students with Minangkabau cultural background and Malay culture. Where minangkabau superior to Malay culture. So that the need for training or intervention to be able to develop the marital readiness.
Muhamad Rifa’I Subhi
JOMSIGN: Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counseling, Volume 2; doi:10.17509/jomsign.v2i2.12853

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This study aims to describe the profile of cultural humility in the students. The scope of this study includes the positive characteristic characteristics, and negative characteristic reflecting superiority and making assumptions. The results of the study indicate that the profile of cultural humility in each student can not be separated from activities or activities in everyday life. This shows that cultural humility is an ability that is not automatically owned by individuals. A special development program is required for cultural humility to be mastered well by potential counselors. One of these is the personal humility development guidance program. Through the guidance program is expected to grow cultural humility which eventually can be obtained endpoint of cultural humility in the form of the character of flexibility or humility of the individual when interacting with others.