International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education

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ISSN / EISSN : 2620-5750 / 2620-5769
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Nuzuli Rahmatillah, Farida Agus Setiawati
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education, Volume 4; doi:10.24036/00263za0002

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In schools there are still many students who experience academic disorders such as lazy learning, often neglecting assignments, often skipping school, this is because one of them is because students are addicted to playing online games. This study aims to analyze the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) counseling with cognitive restructuring techniques to reduce online game addiction behavior of students. This research is a quantitative study with a quasi-experimental method. The population in this study were students who were addicted to online games. Sampling using a purposive sampling technique, so that the subjects in the experimental group were 8 students and the control group was 8 students. Data collection was done using online game addiction scale that has been tested for validity and reliability. Data analysis using score gain testing. The results showed that CBT cognitive restructuring techniques were effective in reducing online game addiction on students. The CBT cognitive restructuring techniques are effective in reducing online game addiction on students.
Ayu Dina Kristina, J.T. Lobby Loekmono, Setyorini Setyorini
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education, Volume 4; doi:10.24036/00333za0002

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Role conflict is experienced by students when incompatible demands relatively rated to a set of standards or conditions that influence their role performance. When students continuously experience role conflict, it leads to academic burnout. Therefore, this research aims to determine the significant effect of role conflict on academic burnout of undergraduate economics students. This is a quantitative research, with data obtained from a total of 114 undergraduate economics students consisting of 29% males and 71% females using the Role Questionnaire (Rizzo et al., 1970) and Maslach Burnout Inventory Student Survey (MBI-SS) (Schaufeli et al., 2002). The result of simple linear regression analysis showed that the values of βand sig. are 0.023 and 0.343 (>0.05), which means that the effect of role conflict on academic burnout among students is insignificant.
Dony Darma Sagita, Fatma Santika
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education, Volume 4; doi:10.24036/00322za0002

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Nomophobia is a modern phobia that occurs mostly in adolescents due to addiction to the use of a smartphone. The purpose of this study is to analyze the differences in the level of nomophobia among adolescents based on gender. This is a quantitative research with a comparative descriptive approach. Data were obtained from 400 adolescents selected using the convenience sampling technique. Furthermore, the instrument used was the Indonesian version of the Nomophobia Questionnaire (NMP-Q) consisting of 20 valid items with alfa Cronbach of 0,93 developed and adapted by Rangka et al. (2018). While hypothesis testing was carried out using the Independent Sample t-Test formula. The results showed a significant difference between nomophobia in boys and girls, with a t-value of -5.531 at a significance level (p) of 0.000. This means that in east Jakarta, the girls have higher nomophobia than men due to their significant inability to community effectively and efficiently while using their smartphones.
Putri Fakhrina Sari, Afdal Afdal
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education, Volume 3; doi:10.24036/00314za0002

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Forgiveness in this study is an apology from victims of domestic violence to perpetrators of domestic violence. The number of cases of domestic violence that occur is increasing from year to year, as victims of domestic violence choose to maintain their household, even though the victim is undergoing a household that experiences violence. Many ways are used by victims in maintaining their household, one of them is by giving forgiveness to perpetrators of domestic violence. This study aims to analyze how forgiveness of victims of domestic violence in Aceh province. The method used is the quantitative approach and the type of comparative descriptive research. The population in this study was the wife who was a victim of domestic violence in the city of Banda Aceh by taking a sample using a purposive sampling technique, the sample in this study was 31 victims of domestic violence. This study uses a self-composed instrument namely Forgiveness Scale for Domestic Violence (FosDiV) developed from the TRIM-18 questionnaire using a Likert scale model. Data analysis techniques in this study used quantitative descriptive. The results of this study indicate that overall forgiveness of victims of domestic violence in Aceh is in the medium category, which means they assume that giving forgivenees to perpetrators of domestic violence is a natural thing to do as a wife. In Aceh culture, a wife who is obedient and obedient to her husband is very important, wives feel happy when they are called by the term "meutuah" wife. The word "meutuah" is well-liked by wives in Aceh. Besides that, it can be seen that victims who do not work more to close their cases for fear of not being supported by the perpetrators and feel that victims must depend on the perpetrators so that victims decide to maintain their domestic relations by apologizing to the perpetrators. Whereas victims who have their jobs are braver to report their cases and even choose to divorce and criminalize the perpetrators. It is hoped that the results of this research can help community institutions and other communities to jointly pay attention to the situation of victims of domestic violence and immediately report the case to the authorities, and can help victims of domestic violence to be able to lead a better life.
Nguyen Hai Thanh, Nguyen Van Quang
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education, Volume 4; doi:10.24036/00167za0002

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Challenges associated with leadership practices are rapidly increasing, thereby assigning more qualities to leaders. One of the recent theoretical issues that interest many scholars is ethical leadership development, using industrial revolution 4.0. This method does not only follow the traditional leadership styles, rather it is associated with universal qualities such as respect, service, fairness, honesty, and responsibility. For communities, increasing assertions is one of the essential foundations used to help leaders influence their subordinates' actions. This means that ethical leadership is the motto of the spirit of service leadership, especially for Vietnam leaders, a country with a strong transformation from a planned economy to a socialist-oriented market. Therefore, leadership values need to be adjusted, supplemented, and developed to keep up with the Industrial Revolution's requirements 4.0.
Wiwin Andriani, Afdal Afdal
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education, Volume 4; doi:10.24036/00309za0002

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The study was conducted by analyzing the aggressive behavior of domestic violence perpetrators which can be seen through how much the contribution of aggressive behavior between sub-variables. This research method uses a quantitative approach with descriptive methods. The subjects in this study were perpetrators who lived in the city of Padang and were taken using purposive sampling techniques, amounting to 82 people. Data is collected through the Aggressive Behavior Inventory Instrument for Domestic Violence developed from Buss theory about aspects of aggressive behavior that contains 4 sub, including physical aggression (4 items), verbal aggression (7 items), anger (3 items) and hostility (2 items). The instrument uses a Likert scale model that has five alternative answers with interval data and analyzed with descriptive statistical techniques and simple linear regression analysis. The research findings show that on average the figure of aggressive domestic violence perpetrators is in the moderate category by 71% and aggressive behavior in terms of verbal aggression contributes to physical aggression of 10.3% while aggressive behavior itself contributes to verbal aggression by 65.8%. With the results of this study become input for therapists/counselors sone of them is through family counseling with an experimental approach that prioritizes now and here experience.
Bramana Nanditya Putra, Afdal Afdal
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education, Volume 4; doi:10.24036/00287za0002

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This research aims to describe marital satisfaction of long distance marriage and and the difference marital satisfaction between husband and wife undergoing long-distance marriages(LDM). . This research was a comparative research with a sample number of 45 couples who have LDM. Sample collection withdrawal technique using a purposive sampling technique. This research was measured using a Marital Satisfaction Inventory developed from ENRICH Marital Satisfaction Scale with a few adjustments. The research findings reveal that: (1) marital satisfaction of husband undergoing long-distance marriages is generally in medium category with a percentage of 70.25%, (2) marital satisfaction of wives undergoing LDM is generally in the high category with a percentage of 74.65%, and (3) there is no difference in marital satisfaction between husband and wife undergoing LDM with the value F of 4,940 with probability 0.029 smaller than 0.05.
Winny Puspasari Thamrin, Kristiana Dewayani, Feny Fidyah
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education, Volume 4; doi:10.24036/00201za0002

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The growing of digital services in the world of banking and the use of cellular telephones by customers, banks provide services in the form of phone and SMS banking that makes it easier for customers to transaction. The existence of digital banking makes it easy and saves time in making transactions. The purpose of this study was to examine the intention of using cell phones in digital banking services base on external factors (easiness, benefit, trust and risk) and internal factors (self efficacy and locus of control). This research model is prepared based on the concept of risk perception and behavior. Respondents in this study were 98 respondents that consist of students and employees. The sampling technique is non-random sampling. SEM model analysis techniques (structural equation model) with the help of the Lisrell 8.7 program. The results of this study indicate that the data obtained in accordance with the proposed model for both internal and external factors influence the intention of using cell phones for digital banking services.
Wahyu Kurniawan, Daharnis Daharnis, Yeni Karneli
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education, Volume 4; doi:10.24036/00261za0002

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One of the purposes of vocational school (SMK) is as an education facility to prepare alumni who are ready to enter work field, but in contrary the highest number of unemployed in West Sumatra is dominated by SMK alumni. This research aims to describe the contribution of adversity quotient, self awareness and demographic factors to student career maturity. The study was conducted using quantitative descriptive methods. The research population were students of class XII at SMKN6 Padang as many as 392 students and a sample of research were 198 students. The technique used in this research waspurposive sampling technique. The instrument used was a adversity quotient, self awareness and career maturity scale was using Likert model, and the research data was analyzed using simple regression and multiple regression with dummy variables. The research findings prove that: (1) adversity quotient has an effective contribution of 23% to student career maturity, (2) self awareness contributing as much as 37.9% to career maturity, (3) gender does not contribute to career maturity,(4) socioeconomic status contributes 4.9% to student career maturity, and (6) there were 47.8% of contributions together with adversity quotient, self awareness, gender and socioeconomic status on students' career maturity. This result show that student’s career maturity was not influenced by one variable only but adversity quotient, self awareness and demographic factor all together contribute in forming student’s career maturity. Therefore, increase in career maturity as an attempt to prepare students prior to entering work field could be done by optimizing adversity quotient level and self awareness while also considering demographic factor of each students.
Neviyarni Neviyarni, Netrawati Netrawati, Riska Ahmad, Wiwi Delfita
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education, Volume 4; doi:10.24036/00264za0002

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The right sexual identity, if a person is interested to the opposite sex. In fact, there are still some students who are known as homosexual. This article is aimed to define the sexual identity of students based on behavior, style and interest. This study utilized quantitative approach with descriptive type. The populations of the research were students of Universitas Negeri Padang 2017 and 2018 generation in amount of 15.752, and sample counted were 385 students (by using Taro Yamane formula and continued with Multistage Random Sampling Technique. The researcher employed instrument which isSexual Identity scale, model Gutman. After being analyzed with descriptive technique, the researcher got result that generally students tended to identify their sexual identity as heterosexual based on interest, behavior, and style. Counselor is hoped to be able to help students whom are identified as homosexual to the right direction(heterosexual) by giving counseling services needed by sexual identity.
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