RESILIENSI PADA ANAK BERKONFLIK DENGAN HUKUM (ABH) DI INDONESIA DITINJAU DARI EFIKASI DIRI

Rizka Amalia, Fathul Lubabin Nuqul

Abstract


The recidivism rate in Indonesia in the case of ABH reached 42,8% (Marliana, 2017). Then, an effective interpolation is needed to achieve personal qualities through resilience. The purpose of this paper was to determine the effect of self-efficacy on increasing resilience on ABH in Indonesia.This paper is using a quantitative method that had 102 subjects of ABH which consist of representatives of some regions in Indonesia. The data collection used in this research is a cluster sampling technique. The data collection was used two-scale, named Resiliency Scales for Children and Adolescents (Saklofske et al, 2016) which consist of 51 items and the “General Self-Efficacy Scale” (Schwar & Jerussalem, 1995) which consist of 10 items.  The result of the analysis shows that the range of resiliency on ABH is intermediate level with 52,9% of the presentation. Simultaneous results obtained by the regression analysis show that there is no significant effect between self-efficacy on law conflicted children's resilience in Indonesia.


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Resilience, Self-Efficacy, Law Conflicted Children

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15548/alqalb.v11i1.1223
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Ruang Jurnal,
Fakultas Ushuluddin dan Studi Agama,
UIN Imam Bonjol Padang
Jl. Mahmud Yunus No.6,Lubuk Lintah,
Kota Padang, Sumatra Barat
E-mail: jurnal-alqalb@uinib.ac.id

 


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