Psychosophia: Journal of Psychology, Religion, and Humanity

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Psychosophia: Journal of Psychology, Religion, and Humanity, Volume 1, pp 120-135; doi:10.32923/psc.v1i2.1157

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Tujuan pada penelitian ini adalah: 1) Validasi produk media Animasi pada Pembelajaran Pendidikan Agama Islam untuk Meningkatkan Motivasi Belajar Anak Tunagrahita di SLB Angkasa Lanud Sulaiman. 2) Implementasi pembelajaran Pendidikan Agama Islam menggunakan media animasi untuk meningkatkan motivasi belajar anak tunagrahita di SLB Angkasa Lanud Sulaiman. 3)Faktor yang mempengaruhi pembelajaran Pendidikan Agama Islam menggunakan media animasi untuk meningkatkan motivasi belajar tunagrahita di SLB Angkasa Lanud Sulaiman. 4) Efektifitas Media Animasi dalam Pembelajaran Pendidikan Agama Islam untuk Meningkatkan Motivasi Belajar Tunagrahita di SLB Angkasa Lanud Sulaiman. Jenis penelitian ini adalah kualitatif dengan pendekatan studi kasus, mengambil lokasi di SLB Angkasa Lanud Sulaiman. Pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan cara observasi, wawancara, dokumentasi dan studi pustaka. Analisis data dilakukan melalui beberapa tahapan yaitu reduksi data, penyajian data (Display data) dan verifikasi (menarik kesimpulan). Hasil penelitian menunjukkan: 1) Validasi produk media animasi pada pembelajaran PAI materi rukun Islam yaitu 94,1 dan 91,4 Jika dikonversikan kedalam tabel penilaian hasil uji coba ahli termasuk pada kriteria “sangat baik”. 2) Implementasi pembelajaran PAI menggunakan media animasi mengikuti langkah-langkah yang dibuat di dalam rencana pelaksanaan pembelajaran. 3) Faktor pendukung yang mempengaruhi pembelajaran PAI menggunakan media animasi adalah kemudahan dari media animasinya sendiri untuk digunakan dan penayangan media animasi yang membuat anak tunagrahita mudah memahami materi PAI yang disampaikan, seperti materi rukun Islam. Faktor penghambatnya yaitu memerlukan biaya untuk mengakses media animasi. 4) Tingkat keberhasilannya ditunjukkan pada nilai siswa tunagrahita yaitu melalui laporan hasil belajar siswa tunagrahita yang mendapatkan nilai rata-rata 80 dari KKM yang ditetapkan yaitu 75. Kata kunci: Tunagrahita, media animasi, pendidikan Agama Islam.
Psychosophia: Journal of Psychology, Religion, and Humanity, Volume 1, pp 82-98; doi:10.32923/psc.v1i2.884

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This study aims to explore the masculine identity of the fatherhood of Javanese men and to understand its psychological dynamics through ‘the experience of being a father’. Therefore, the researcher applied hermeneutic-phenomenology study that which is digging beneath the configuration inside and also construct the gender structure. Also, in this study the subject of researchers came from Java residing in Jomblang Karang Bendo and in this study are those who are in the category of low-middle class. The findings in this study explain that fatherhood is constructed through discourse which is a requirement of the engendered fatherhood. Furthermore, fatherhood is a figure needed in the family (wife and children).
Psychosophia: Journal of Psychology, Religion, and Humanity, Volume 1; doi:10.32923/psc.v1i2.1254

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Today, we live in social and religious life that it was undergoing rapid changes. This drastic change in the transformation era affects people's thoughts, beliefs, attitudes, and behavior in harmonizing their lives. Psychosophia: Journal of Psychology, Religion, and Humanity captures this important issue. Therefore, this volume explores several issues in psychological dynamics that live in this fast-rapid-chaotic life.
Wahyu Kurniawan
Psychosophia: Journal of Psychology, Religion, and Humanity, Volume 1, pp 150-168; doi:10.32923/psc.v1i2.1189

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In Indonesia, the practice of providing education for children with special needs since 1901 has been held by social institutions and religious groups. The radical change began in 1990 when discussing a strong paradigm of inclusive education with humanist content. The core of this paradigm is the existence of services provided towards diversity in uniformity. This paper is intended to explore the paradigm of inclusive education and challenges and opportunities in the Bangka Belitung Islands Province. This paper contains library research and the personal experience while in the field to discuss the Children with Special Needs (ABK) and map the opportunities and challenges of inclusive education services in the Bangka Belitung Islands Province. The findings include: 1) Inclusive education spans a long history to the present, from segregative to inclusive patterns; 2) Educational Development includes multi-dimensional content that includes content modification, approaches debate, structure, and paradigms that support more the sense of humanity; 3) Challenges in Bangka Belitung include the problem of qualified schools that have not reached a balanced ratio with the number of needs; 4) Bangka Belitung has potential that requires good government support, community support, and the socio-cultural conditions of Bangka Belitung that are needed with multiculturalism issue.
Psychosophia: Journal of Psychology, Religion, and Humanity, Volume 1, pp 99-120; doi:10.32923/psc.v1i2.877

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This study aim was tested the Flow/ Optimal Experience in PAUD (early childhood) teachers based on Self-Regulation and Self-Efficacy in Wirobrajan sub-district of Yogyakarta. This study used a quantitative approach. The subjects were 110 of PAUD teachers. Data collection used three psychological scales, i.e. Flow scale, SSRQ scale, and Self-Efficacy scale. Data analysis has used multiple regression analysis. The results showed that 1). There was a very significant contribution of Self-Regulation and Self-Efficacy simultaneously on the Flow of PAUD teachers in Wirobrajan sub-district of Yogyakarta. 2). There was a very significantly contribution of Self-Regulation on Flow in PAUD teachers in Wirobrajan sub-district of Yogyakarta, and 3). There was a significant contribution of Self-Efficacy on Flow in PAUD teachers in Wirobrajan sub-district of Yogyakarta.
Psychosophia: Journal of Psychology, Religion, and Humanity, Volume 1, pp 136-149; doi:10.32923/psc.v1i2.1153

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This article discusses education management in frame psychology. The education management is a factual behavior of the psychological discipline that is depicted in through the analysis of the behavior system of the school organization involving a number of components. In the application of psychology in education management is a part of the element that is not stuck in the view of uniformity that practically diversity by each education leadership. Each educational institution is a singularity that relates to the differences in the nature and condition of each component of the psychological system. To get an intact picture in this article, then used a qualitative approach with literature research design. The results of the study indicated that such an understanding is to be aware of educational practitioners of the importance of psychology universally, through culture, and psychology and social. Then the role of education management is very important especially educational institutions tailored to the psychological conditions of managerial and the needs of students.
Psychosophia: Journal of Psychology, Religion, and Humanity, Volume 1, pp 51-61; doi:10.32923/psc.v1i1.878

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This study aim to determine the dynamics of the psychological well-being in children with special needs in inclusive schools and the factors that affect the psychological well-being in children with special needs in inclusive schools. Data collection in this study was conducted using semi-structured interview techniques. Analysis of the data used refers to the opinions of Miles and Hubermen through 3 steps, namely data reduction, data display, and conclusion drawing. The results showed that: 1) The four research subjects had independence in carrying out daily activities and had good environmental control; 2) In determining the purpose of life, the four subjects have had their dreams, but have not been able to direct them; 3) The positive relationship of the subject to others, is influenced by the response of others to the subject. If the environment conducts bullying actions on the subject, then the subject feels threatened to be in the environment; 4) Factors that affect psychological well-being subjects in inclusive schools, namely economic, social, learning systems, and subject characteristics.
Psychosophia: Journal of Psychology, Religion, and Humanity, Volume 1; doi:10.32923/psc.v1i1.1022

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Selamat Datang, Mari Memulai Selamat datang dan tiba ke “rumah” Psychosophia: Journal of Psychology, Religion, and Humanity—sebuah jurnal peer-review—terbitan pertama. Edisi perdana ini mengambil judul “Psychology, Islam & Global Issues: Research, Approach, and Method”, dimana keputusan editorial ini menimbang bahwa epistemologi Psikologi Islam sendiri—sebagai suatu jalan baru (yang sedang meretas)—masih sangat muda dan “being becoming”. Oleh karenanya, pencarian “jati diri” ini dipandang sebagai sebuah core issue yang mau tidak mau mesti disinggung dan terus dipikirkan. Menggelisahkan, memang. Namun, bukankah kegelisahan intelektual merupakan ciri bahwa entitas tersebut hidup dan beraktivitas?
Zulkarnain Zulkarnain
Psychosophia: Journal of Psychology, Religion, and Humanity, Volume 1, pp 20-35; doi:10.32923/psc.v1i1.881

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This paper explains about of the development of Islamic psychology which the explanation begins with the history of contemporary psychology. Then explain the reasons for the emergence of Islamic psychology. With the development of new schools and theories that emerged. Because it is open to scientists to provide criticism and refinement of existing theories. The presence of the Islamic Psychology school is a form of psychology based on human image according to Islamic teachings, which studies the uniqueness and patterns of human behavior as an expression of the experience of interaction with oneself, the environment, and spiritual nature, with the aim of improving mental health and the quality of religious life on the basis of Islamic noble values to achieve the happiness of living in this world and the hereafter. The existence of this paper is expected to trigger psychology scientists to develop Islamic Psychology according to figures in Muslim thought as a study of behavior and mental life on the basis of theories on understanding the verses of the Qur'an and Sunnah.
Psychosophia: Journal of Psychology, Religion, and Humanity, Volume 1, pp 36-50; doi:10.32923/psc.v1i1.867

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Today, the world is languishing in a patriarchal structure. This patriarchal domination not only harms women, but also men, children, the elderly, and marginalized groups. Gender mainstreaming extends its studies not only to femininity but to parenting (motherhood and fatherhood), early childhood. In addition, gender also extends to the realm of masculinity or male studies. In this case, the psychology of gender underlines this phenomenon with hegemonic masculinity discourse. Masculinity is seen from the dominance of the spaces of life both public and private. This paper examines the ideology of hegemonic masculinity as the most desirable theoretical response to Critical Men Studies (CSM). This elaboration of the Hegemonic Masculinity concept is useful as a 'binocular tool' that is operational for empirical studies of masculinity.
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