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|Title:||The effect of five-factor model ofpersonality and religiosity toward adolescents’s resilience whoose parents are divorced|
|Authors:||Dimas Reza Narendra|
|Publisher:||Jakarta : JP3I, 2017|
|Series/Report no.:||vol. VI No. 1 Ed. Januari 2017;|
|Abstract:||The objective of this study is to examine the effect of five-factor model of personality (agreeableness, conscientiousness, emotional stability, intellect, surgency) and religiosity (forgiveness, general religiosity, god as judge, involved god, social religiosity, thankfulness, unvengefulness) toward adolescents’s resilience whoose parents are divorced in Indonesian. Samples are 158 adolescents whoose 15-22 years old and had a parental-divorced experience. Sampling technique is convenience sampling. The scales are modified from Resilience Quotient, Mini-IPIP, and Religiosity Scale from Kendler. The validity of the scales are examined by confirmatory factor analysis (CFA). The data is analized by multiple regression analysis technique. The result of this study shows that five-factor model of personality and religiosity have significant effect toward the resilience among adolescents. The minor hypothesis examination shows that only intellect model of personality and general religiosity which have significant effect toward dependent variable. We hope that the implication of this study could be re-examined an developed in the next study. Therefore, for the next study, we suggest to use bigger sample size and participate other independent variables such as self-esteem, hopelessness, stress-coping, loneliness, hope, social support, optimism, demografic fartors, etc.|
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