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Title: The role of self-esteem, love and agreeableness on depression among married women in serrekunda region
Authors: Isatou Jobarteh
Advisors: Risatianti Kolopaking
Keywords: depression;women;self-esteem;love
Issue Date: 13-Jul-2020
Publisher: Fakultas Psikologi UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta
Abstract: This study is aimed at determining the role of self-esteem, love and Agreeableness among married women in the Serekunda region. The study involves 100 research participants currently married and between the ages of 18- 50. Different measurement scales were used and this includes Becks depression inventory (BDI), measurement of self-esteem Tafarodi & Swann (SLCS), Sternberg love scale (STLS) and mini IPIP. Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) was used to test the validity of each item questionnaire. Multiple regression analysis was used to find the influence of the independent variables on the dependent variable.The results of this research show that there are two dimensions that significantly influence the depression, which are self-liking and agreeableness. The result of a minor hypothesis tested two dimensions of self-esteem variable obtained one dimension that has no significant effect, that is self-competence. Then the result of minor hypothesis that test three dimensions of love and that three dimensions have no significant effect, they are intimacy, passion, and commitment, finally the minor hypothesis that test one dimension of personality which is agreeableness, it has the highest significant effect. The writer of this research hopes that the implications of this results can be reviewed and developed in subsequent research by adding other variables.
Description: xviii, 83 hlm. ; 29 cm.
URI: http://repository.uinjkt.ac.id/dspace/handle/123456789/52524
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