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Has Mother's Role been Substituted? A Study of Mother's Empathy toward their young children in Jakarta
Abstrak

Regardless of woman status (whether a housewife or a career woman), the number of

mothers who need to employ nannies are increased, particularly in Jakarta. In

consequence, the mother’s empathy is needed to detect each changes that could

potentially harm children’s physical and psychological healthiness relationship due to

different caregivers explain this sentence. The current research aims to investigate

mother’s empathy toward their young children in Jakarta, Indonesia. A total of 250

mothers who have children under the age of seven completed the empathy scale that

was adapted from The Basic Empathy Scale (BES) by Jolliffe and Farrington (2006).

There were 88 mothers with nannies and 159 mothers without nannies participated in

this research. All mothers were divided into three categories of working status, i.e fulltime

mothers (60%), full-time working mothers (32.8%) and part-time working

mothers (6.8%). The result revealed that there is significant difference of affective

empathy between mothers who have nannies compared to mothers with no nannies.

Mothers without nannies were found having higher affective empathy than mothers

with nannies. In addition, there is also a difference of cognitive empathy between full

time mothers and working mothers where full time mothers show higher mean score

than working mothers. This finding implies the significancy of attachment between

mothers and children relationship in the interest of developing mothers’ empathy.

Through attachment, mothers with nannies might elevate their skill to emphatize both

cognitively and affectively, thus, mothers could identify and understand their children’s

need more accurately.

Keywords: mothers, empathy, affective-cognitive empathy, nannies

 

Penulis : ADE IVA MURTY, Dr. M.Si [PDF File] didownload : 12 x

Saving Low Birth Weight Babies with Kangaroo Mother Care: Family Resilience and Social Capital as Success Factors
Abstrak

The world has been facing problems of babies born with body weight less than 2500 grams(termed Low Birth Weight Baby = LBW). LBW babies commonly associated with neonatal mortality and higherprobability of severe morbidity, especially in a country like Indonesia. Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) is apowerful and easy to use method for preventing LBW babies’ death. The study intended to identify psychologicalfactors for the success of KMC treatment at home. Conducted in Qualitative Approach and case studies design,researcher spent months in observing and interviewing 2 families with LBW babies, treated with KMC inKarawang, an urban skirt of metropolitan Jakarta. The study shows that KMC relies heavily on family resilience;it is how the family adapts and bounces back through the time of crises having LBW babies. KMC at homemotivates family to manage problem effectively and at the end saving the baby from neonatal death. The studyalso reveals, a family that has been succeeding in treatment of KMC, actually a family which has a strong socialcapital, with durable networks and participation of community. The study represents how a psychologicalframework can explain factors which usually avoided by health professionals, which contributes significantly forpreventing neonates and LBW babies’ death.

Key words: kangaroo mother care, family resilience, and social capital

 

Penulis : ADE IVA MURTY, Dr. M.Si [PDF File] didownload : 11 x

ADOLESCENTS’ CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF RURAL AREAS: A QUALITATIVE STUDY IN CIANJUR, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA
Abstrak

Background: Research on adolescents’ conflict management usually attributed to the field of developmental psychologists. Theoretical underpinning correlates this “storm and stress” period with interpersonal conflicts with friends, schoolmates or even parents. In Indonesia, very few data deals with interpersonal conflicts of adolescences, but data from Minister of Youth and Sports, Republic of Indonesia (2017) shows that there is an increasing trends of conflict between schools and community of adolescents, regardless of the context. The present study draws insight from the void of research on adolescents’ management of interpersonal conflicts in the context of rural areas in Indonesia. Objective This study aimed at developing conceptualization of adolescents’ conflict management in rural areas in Indonesia, which will be accumulated for theoretical enrichment of social psychology on conflict resolution. Method Qualitative – case studies of 3 adolescents in Desa Jati, Cianjur, West Java, Indonesia. Method of analysis is the matization in psychology. Result After 2 months of data collection and a month of data analysis, study result shows that mechanisms of interpersonal conflict management style of 3 research subject, relies heavily on the parenting style. Especially, how the parent deals with spousal conflicts. As husband and wife, parent becoming a sole example for research subject on how to communicate differences and find the best solutions for any problems. Results also implicate that research subjects who has been involving in many religious activities, absorb the style of conflict management from Ajengan or Kyai (religious leader) whom they are learning from. Mechanisms or interpersonal management of conflict, within the context of adolescents in rural area in Cianjur, still needs more exploration. Conclusion The findings support earlier proposition, mechanisms of conflict management style in the context of adolescents in rural areas in Cianjur, West Java, originates from familial pattern of conflict resolution and also how the community surroundings adolescents teach them how to deal with conflicts.

Keywords: conflict management, adolescents’ conflict management, mechanism of conflict resolution, family communication, community.

International Research Journal of Human Resources and Social Sciences ISSN(O): (2349-4085) ISSN(P): (2394-4218) Impact Factor- 5.414, Volume 5, Issue 05, May 2018

Website- www.aarf.asia, Email : editor@aarf.asia , editoraarf@gmail.com

© Associated Asia Research Foundation (AARF)

A Monthly Double-Blind Peer Reviewed Refereed Open Access International e-Journal - Included in the International Serial Directories.

 

 

Penulis : ADE IVA MURTY, Dr. M.Si [PDF File] didownload : 11 x

The Perspectives of Legal System on the Policy of Unifying Fuel Pricing in Indonesia
Abstrak

ABSTRACT

This study aims to find out about the perspectives of legal system on the policy of unifying fuel pricing in Indonesia. Various problems of fuel in Indonesia such as legal issues, pricing and ensuring the supply, availability and smooth supply to the public in the domestic market, the government is obliged to intervene in determining the fuel price and at the same time guarantee its availability in the domestic market. this study researchers use normative juridical research methods, research on the legal principles contained in regulations and legislation using qualitative data. From the results of the discussion, it was concluded that the government policy regarding the establishment of fuel price unification in Indonesia is an effective economic law policy in order to realize the development, prosperity and prosperity of the Indonesian people as stipulated in the preamble of the 1945 constitution and 1945 constitution article 33 as its legal basis.

Keywords: Law System, Unification of Fuel Pricing, Preamble of the 1945 Constitution, Article 33 of the 1945 Constitution

JEL Classifications: K23, K32, Q48

Penulis : B.F. SIHOMBING, Dr. S.H.M.H. [PDF File] didownload : 11 x

IMPLEMENTATION AND IMPLICATIONS OF AGRARIAN REFORM IN INDONESIA
Abstrak

ABSTRACT

This study aims to find out about agrarian reform in Indonesia, and examine in a

comprehensive manner with regard to the policies implemented by seven Presidents of

the Republic of Indonesia, sequentially starting from Sukarno, Soeharto, B. J Habibie,

Abdurrahman Wahid, Megawati Soekarnoputri, Susilo B. Yudhoyono, and Joko

Widodo and its implications for the prosperity of the people which based on justice

and economic equality as mandated by Article 33 of the Constitution of 1945,

Agrarian Law No. 5 of 1960, and various legislations related. This study uses

normative and qualitative data as well as the descriptive nature of this study. The

results of this study can be concluded that the Indonesian government must be able to

act decisively, consistently and continuously to address gaps in the legal, social,

economic, political and security aspect through agrarian reform policies. Agrarian

reform is a social movement, the integration of government and community in order to

carry out land reform. Land redistribution as a core strategic agrarian reform on the

agenda for Indonesian government for the majority of Indonesian people are

dependent on the agricultural land.

Keywords: Agrarian Reform, Indonesia, Article 33 of the 1945 Constitution, the

Basic Agrarian Law No. 5 of 1960.

Cite this Article: B. F. Sihombing, Implementation and Implications of Agrarian

Reform in Indonesia, International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and

Technology, 9(7), 2018, pp. 1022–1029.

http://www.iaeme.com/IJMET/issues.asp?JType=IJMET&VType=9&IType=7

Penulis : B.F. SIHOMBING, Dr. S.H.M.H. [PDF File] didownload : 12 x

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