Students' Preferential Helpers in Facing Specific Areas of Conches: An Indonesian Study
Lukito Setiawan, Jenny
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This paper describes a study designed to investigate preferred helpers in specific areas of concern among Indonesian students. A questionnaire consisting of 14 areas of concern and 14 choices of helpers was distributed to 1,279 students. Findings showed that Friend was consistently the most frequently selected helper in the areas of Academic, Transitions, Romantic Relationships, Other Relationships, Loss, Depression, and Anxiety. In the areas of Welfare, Parental Relationships, and Physical Health, Mother was the most common choice. In the problems related to Self, Compulsive Behavior, Abuse, and Sexual Issues, students relied on their own resources. The study confirms that the selection of helpers is influenced by the nature of problem.