Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Psychology (JICOP)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2809-0608 / 2808-9952
Published by: UIR Press (10.25299)
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Siti Zuliani, Fathul Lubabin Nuqul
Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Psychology (JICOP), Volume 1, pp 75-82; https://doi.org/10.25299/jicop.v1i2.8387

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The projection of becoming elderly is one of the things that young people rarely think about in facing the next phase. The purpose of this study was to analyze the projections of youth into the elderly, which include attitudes and readiness to care for the elderly, youth expectations when they become elderly, and the efforts made to face the elderly. The research involves 224 people, about 17-24 years of age. The gender distribution was 75 males and 149 females. Data collection using an open questionnaire. The analysis used is theme/categorization analysis and descriptive analysis. The results show that youth who care for the elderly are not necessarily ready to become elderly. Both prepared and unprepared, both groups of subjects hope to have a prosperous life, have financial independence, and have a happy family.
Vinny Arianda, Irma Kusuma Salim, Raihanatu Binqolbi Ruzain
Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Psychology (JICOP), Volume 1, pp 67-74; https://doi.org/10.25299/jicop.v1i2.8603

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This study was conducted to determine whether or not there is a relationship between secure attachment between mother and child and social emotional development. One of the factors that play a major role in the social and emotional development of children is secure attachment. This study uses a correlational quantitative method with a side technique, namely purposive sample with the number of subjects as many as 97 students' guardians (especially mothers) at RA Aisyah IT Pekanbaru. The results of the correlation test between the secure attachment variable and social emotional development using Pearson product moment analysis showed a probability number (sig 2-tailed) 0.001 (p <0.005) which indicated that the two variables had a significant positive relationship with a correlation value of 0.332. This means that the higher the secure attachment, the higher the social-emotional development, and conversely, the lower the secure attachment, the lower the social- emotional development.
Rahmat Aziz, Retno Mangestuti, Yulia Sholichatun, Iin Tri Rahayu, Endah Kurniawati Purwaningtyas, Esa Nur Wahyuni
Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Psychology (JICOP), Volume 1, pp 83-94; https://doi.org/10.25299/jicop.v1i2.8251

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The view that mental health can only be understood with a single approach can explain the existing phenomena. This paper aims to provide an alternative measurement model in conducting studies on student mental health. Data were obtained from 840 students at four state Islamic universities in East Java. Data was collected through the mental health scale. The percentage technique was used to examine the level and profile of mental health, while the variance analysis technique was used to investigate the differences between men and women. The analysis results show that the subjects have a high level of mental health and have a minimum mental illness profile. There was no evidence of a difference between men and women in terms of mental health. The results of this study have implications for the use of mental health measuring tools to be used as an alternative in measuring mental health.
Rofiqoh Prepti Reptiana, Didik Widiantoro, Wina Diana Sari, Erika Desvianti, Ersaliya Arezah
Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Psychology (JICOP), Volume 1, pp 105-110; https://doi.org/10.25299/jicop.v1i2.8793

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Since the Corona Virus Disease-2019 (COVID-19) pandemic was officially declared to have entered Indonesia, in March 2020. This outbreak had an impact on the social and economic consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic which also affected the level of public welfare. This is due to the limitation of economic activity which at a macro level reduces economic growth and causes many people to lose their jobs, thereby potentially increasing the number of poor people. Based on this, the Government seeks to provide direct cash assistance for the community from the Village Fund or called BLT-Village Fund to reduce the burden on the poor due to the impact of Covid-19. BLT-Dana Desa is financial assistance sourced from the Village Fund and is intended for the poor and vulnerable who have difficulty meeting their daily needs, especially due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Village Fund Cash Direct Assistance (BLT-Village Fund) in Harapan Jaya Village, Central Bunguran District, Natuna Regency in 2020, for people who receive Village Fund Cash Direct Assistance (BLT) in Harapan Jaya Village, Bunguran Tengah District, Natuna Regency in 2020. quite a lot, namely with a total allocation of the number of people who receive as many as 225 Family Heads. The purpose of this study was to determine the perception of the recipient community towards the Direct Cash Assistance (BLT) program during the Covid-19 Pandemic in Harapan Jaya Village, Central Bunguran District, Natuna Regency. This research was conducted with descriptive qualitative methods, namely interviews and observations using purposive sampling technique. Data analysis technique using Milles and Huberman theory, namely redcing, presenting data, and concluding data. The results of this study indicate that the perceptions of the four subjects to feel the benefits of BLT are different.
Alucyana Alucyana
Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Psychology (JICOP), Volume 1, pp 61-66; https://doi.org/10.25299/jicop.v1i2.8490

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The Covid-19 pandemic has changed many lines of life, both economic, social and educational. The economic sector suffered massive losses. Several transportation companies were forced to ground their fleets due to this pandemic. In the social sector, there are also social restrictions. The government appeals to the public to limit activities outside the home with the aim of breaking the chain of the spread of Covid 19. Another sector that has also been affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic is the world of Education. Distance learning with an online system must be done so that learning continues. One of the learning models used in distance learning is Blended Learning. This learning is considered effective to adjust in this Pandemic period. Even though it is indicated, even though this Pandemic disaster is over, the Blended Learning learning model can still be used, given the increasingly rapid development of technology. It's just that the implementation of the blended learning learning model also leaves problems to be solved. Psychological dynamics occur for teachers, parents and students. The teacher becomes worried whether the learning that the teacher conveys has reached the target for the students. Parents also become anxious, because they are limited in using technology and have to accompany their children while studying. Students also become bored because they have to use electronic media such as cellphones, computers and others every day. This article aims to describe theoretically about Psychological Dynamics in Blended Learning.
Elvida Yusri, Yulia Herawaty
Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Psychology (JICOP), Volume 1, pp 95-104; https://doi.org/10.25299/jicop.v1i2.8657

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The Covid-19 pandemic has had so many impacts on human life, including the development of adolescents. Adolescents during the Covid-19 pandemic have various problems they must face. The lack of peer acceptance in adolescents during the pandemic causes bored, loneliness, stress, and has an impact on declining academic achievement. One of the factors assumed to be related to peer acceptance is emotional intelligence. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between emotional intelligence and peer acceptance in adolescents during the Covid-19 pandemic. The population in this study were adolescents aged 12-19 years with a sample of 100 people obtained by incidental sampling technique. The data collection method uses a modified emotional intelligence scale from Putri (2016) and a peer acceptance scale by Rahmana (2012). Data were analyzed using Spearman’s Rank correlation where the results showed a correlation value of 0.547 with a significance value of 0.000 (p <0.05). It can be concluded that there is a positive and significant relationship between emotional intelligence and peer acceptance in adolescents during the Covid-19 pandemic, meaning that the higher the emotional intelligence, the higher the peer acceptance, on the contrary, the lower the emotional intelligence, the lower the peer acceptance.
Riska Juliya Rahayu
Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Psychology (JICOP), Volume 1, pp 51-60; https://doi.org/10.25299/jicop.v1i1.6736

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Student education does not always run smoothly, partly because of the influence of rejection of being excluded from school and peers, rejection leads to alienation. Alienation is a feeling condition in which someone feels not part of anything that no one cares about by staying away from something. This study aims to determine the relation between self compassion and alienation in students senior high school 11 pekanbaru. The research subjects is120 students of senior high school 11 Pekanbaru. The sampling technique in this research was using proportionate stratified random sampling technique. The data collection process uses two scales, the Alienation scale is arranged by haldun (2018) which amounts to 15 items and self compassion scale is arranged by Hasanah and Hidayati (2016) which amounts to 24 items.While the statistical analysis data used in this research is the peason product moment. The result of data analysis showed a correlation coefficient of rxy is -0,186 with p is 0,042 (p<0,05). It can be concluded that there is a negative and significant the relation between Self Compassion and Alienation in students senior high school 11 Pekanbaru. Where the correlation value is negative, it’s mean more high self compassion, the more low in students, the opposite more low self compassion, the more high alienation.
Cut Aathirah Nurrady, Juliarni Siregar
Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Psychology (JICOP), Volume 1, pp 27-36; https://doi.org/10.25299/jicop.v1i1.6709

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The mental health of an inclusive teacher must be considered, because the demands of an inclusive SD teacher have more challenges such as lack of facilities to teach child with dissability, lack of knowledge about child with dissability that affects the mental condition of an inclusive SD teacher. This study aims to determine how the mental health picture of elementary school (SD) inclusion teachers in Pekanbaru. Subjects in this study were 182 teachers selected using cluster sampling. This study uses the Mental Health Inventory scale (MHI-38) compiled by Viet and Ware (1983) and adapted by Faizah and Amnah (2007). The analysis used is descriptive statistical analysis. The results of this study indicate the mental health of inclusive elementary school teachers in Pekanbaru is mostly in the medium category of 42.3%, meaning that most of the inclusive elementary school teachers have mental health that is neither high nor low either. The majority of psychological well-being and psychological distress are in the moderate category. When viewed from the age, length of teaching, and the work status of teachers it was found that there were no significant mental health differences, where the mental health of teachers tended to be moderate.
Lusia Hani, Iredho Fani Reza, Abu Mansur
Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Psychology (JICOP), Volume 1, pp 37-50; https://doi.org/10.25299/jicop.v1i1.7080

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This study aims to find out how people with physical disabilities understand the meaning of patience in an effort to live life. Using qualitative research with a phenomenological research design. Sampling using purposive sampling technique, namely 6 subjects consisting of men and women with physical disabilities. Methods of data collection using interviews, observation and documentation. While the data analysis method uses an interactive model which consists of three stages, namely data condensation, data display and conclusions: drawing. The results of this study conclude that the meaning of patience for people with physical disabilities is trying to stay calm, not complaining and not doing bad things and not doing things that are forbidden by Allah SWT by surviving and struggling, limiting themselves, Refrain from people's ridicule and always be optimistic about life. The factors that affect patience in people with physical disabilities are religiosity and social support.
Irvan Zuhdi, Yanwar Arief
Journal of Islamic and Contemporary Psychology (JICOP), Volume 1, pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.25299/jicop.v1i1.6667

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Sexual violence against children is an act related to sexual activity committed by adults against children which can harm the child and provide a threat to the child so that the child is forced to comply with the wishes of the perpetrator of the crime. This research is a quantitative descriptive study that aims to explain or factually describe the topic of the study. This study aims to describe the family background of victims of sexual violence. The data collection method in this study used a questionnaire in the form of several questions containing the research objectives. The sample of the study was 52 parents whose children experienced sexual violence or harassment. The results of the study describe the family background of victims of sexual violence in this study, namely those from families with low economic levels, and negligence of parents towards their children, namely in the form of lack of supervision and lack of closeness (interaction) between parents and children.
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