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Title: The Correlation Between Self-Concept And Assertiveness On Teenage Girls Of Dating Violence Victims
Authors: Lisayani Pramono, Monica
Lukito Setiawan, Jenny
Keywords: Self-Concept, Assertiveness, Dating Violence
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Proceeding Book, Mindfulness, Well-Being & Positive Psychology – Edisi Pertama – 2012 – Psychology Faculty Of Tarumanegara University
Citation: Pramono, M. L., & Setiawan, J. L. (2012). The correlation between self-concept and assertiveness on teenage girls of dating violence victims. In Proceeding Book: Mindfulness, Well-Being & Positive Psychology (pp. 629-632). Retrieved from http://dspace.uc.ac.id/handle/123456789/117
Abstract: Dating Violence is now a very common phenomenon. The negative impacts of dating violence to teenage girls include feelings of powerless, inferiority, self-blame and others. According to the statistical data collected by Jawa Pas Newspaper in September 2011. 41 % of 100 respondents state that they experienced dating violence. The aim of this study is to find out whether there is a correlation between self-concept and assertiveness on teenage girls of dating violence victims. This is a quantitative study with correlational research design. The instrument of the study is questionnaires on self-concept and assertiveness. The subjects of the study are 30 teenage girls of dating violence victims. The sampling technique used was snowball sampling. The statistical analysis using the spearman correlation test showed a positive correlation between self-concept and assertiveness (r = 0.7434915 and p value< 0.0001).Therefore, it is important for teenagers to know about themselves to have better self-concept.
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