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Journal of Educational, Health and Community Psychology
ISSN : 20883219     EISSN : 24608467     DOI : -
Journal of Educational, Health, and Community Psychology (JEHCP) published an article, and empirical study that have originality, novelty and fill the gap of knowledge, that focused on educational psychology, health psychology and community psychology. JEHCP is an open access peer reviewed, multidisciplinary journal that publishes quality studies related to psychology. JEHCP is interdisciplinary in approach, and includes to reports of qualitative case studies, quantitative experiments and surveys, mixed method studies, action researches, meta-analyses, and discussions of conceptual and methodological issues. The field of educational psychology includes the effectiveness of educational interventions, the psychology of teaching, and the social psychology of schools as organizations, motor skills and other psycho-physiological processes; cognitive development involving areas such as problem solving, language acquisition; social, personality, and emotional development; self-concept and identity formation. The field of Health Psychology includes the stress-related ilnesses, the health coping strategy, resiliency, work on health attitudes and behaviour, health locus of control, quality of life in chronic disease, influence of emotion on health and health-related behaviours, psychological interventions in health and disease as well as psychological aspects of prevention. The field of Community Psychology includes research, evaluation, assessment and intervention, and review articles that deal with human behavior in community settings. Articles of interest include descriptions and evaluations of service programs and projects, studies of youth, parenting, and family development, methodology and design for work in the community, the interaction of groups in the larger community, and criminals and corrections.
Articles 201 Documents
Working With Plantation Communities: A Reflection of Social Issues Jamayah Saili, Abdul Rahman Saili
Journal of Educational, Health and Community Psychology Vol 2 No 1 April 2013
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Abstract The plantation industry in Malaysia is aggressively expanding over the past decade driven by global demands for palm oil as a food staple and more recently bio fuels. The rapid growth in the industry is heavily dependent upon high labour and workforce. Such intensity has carried out social impact on the communities including plantation workers, small holders and their dependents. Therefore, this paper will outline what appear to be never ending issues impetus social problems. Ethnic conflict, fighting, gambling, alcohol abuses are only a few issues that call for immediate multi-action plan from all involved stakeholders. Those issues can be the causes as well as the effects. The contributing factors form a chain reaction to the whole social dynamics in the plantation’s climate. The main aim is hence to breach the gap between industries, practitioners, and academicians in order to develop the competencies of the next generation social workers. They can play their roles in tackling the social issues, taking into account the different contexts and environment.   Keywords: Social issues, Plantations, Estate communities, Cause and Effect
The Effects of Islamic Spiritual Activities on Psycho-Physiological Performance Urme Binte Salam, Muhammad Nubli
Journal of Educational, Health and Community Psychology Vol 2 No 2 September 2013
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AbstractIn Islam, spiritual activities such as taubah and zikir are very common to the Muslim Ummah and these are generally performed to the perfection of individual’s mind. In addition, it is believed that through these activities a connection can be made with the Almighty. Therefore, reasonably after the performance of these activities the psychophysiological performance of the respondents will be changed significantly. This significant change is traceable with the aid of GSR and HRV biofeedback. In this study, it is observed that remarkable changes of GSR percentage and accumulated coherence score of HRV among the 18 respondents due to the consequences of spiritual activities. Thus, it is possible to say that to make the positive changes of psychophysiological activities of any individuals spiritual activities may considered as a substantial stimuli in psychophysiological research. Keywords: psychophysiology; GSR; HRV; Biofeedback; Spiritual activity
The Role of Scheme Method to Improve the Ability in Solving Mathematical Word Problems Kinayung, Murtini, Dian
Journal of Educational, Health and Community Psychology Vol 2 No 2 September 2013
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AbstractSolving mathematical word problems are not easy for elementary school students. Third-grade students of elementary schools cannot understand mathematical word problems perfectly. The appropriate learning method is needed to improve the students’ ability in understanding to solve the questions. Therefore, the objective of this study is to identify the role of the scheme learning method to improve students’ ability in solving mathematical word problems. Third-grade students of elementary school took the process of this research. The students were divided into two groups; experimental and control groups. This research would be carried out in three sessions. The measurement of the students’ ability in solving the mathematical word problems was conducted by giving the pre-test and post-test mathematics materials. Data analysis performed used anava mixed design to compare score of students’ abilities in solving the mathematical word problems between experimental and control groups. The result of this study indicated that there were differences in score of students’ abilities in solving the mathematical word problems between experimental group and control group (p=0,039, p<0,05). Students who received scheme learning method increased their score more than control group. Applying this method can improved students’ ability in solving mathematical word problems.Keywords: scheme learning method, mathematical word problems, ability in solving mathematical word problems.
Assessing the AQS/TAS-45 Indonesia Version for Children Attachment in Yogyakarta
Journal of Educational, Health and Community Psychology VOL 1 NO 2 SEPTEMBER 2012
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The  purpose  of  this  study  was  to  examine  the  Indonesia  versions  of  the  Attachment  Q-Sort/AQS-Toddler  Attachment  Sort-45/TAS-45  (Bimler  &  Kirkland,  2002).  Assessing  the  children  attachment in  Indonesia  has  not  been  done  lately.  Data  were  collected  through  observation  of  84  Indonesian toddlers  residing  in  Yogyakarta.  The  validity  of  the  TAS-45  was  determined  by  Kirkland  (2008) through  mapping  TAS-45  for  the  Indonesian  users.  This  study  had  the  inter-rater  reliability  of  0.92 that indicated the convincing score. Study finding shows the Indonesian AQS/TAS-45 is reliable and valid in  for Indonesia children sample and suggest that the TAS-45 Indonesia  version reflect similar concept to those in the original English versions. Keywords: AQS/TAS-45, Child, Attachment 
DESCRIPTION OF HAPPINESS ON THE BETAWI PEOPLE IN PERKAMPUNGAN BUDAYA BETAWI SETU BABAKAN Patnani, Miwa Patnani
Journal of Educational, Health and Community Psychology Vol 2 No 1 April 2013
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Abstract Happiness is an important thing in human life, so it’s not surprisingly that people tend to do anything they could to be happy in their life. So do the Betawi people which is known as the indigenous people in Jakarta. Betawi people now facing the unpleasant reality in spite of their inability to compete with the migrants community who come and dominate the economy growth in Jakarta. This inability to compete, forces the Betawi people to move from downtown to the suburbs of Jakarta. Another impact of this inability to compete is the low level of welfare among the Betawi people, which is in turn, affects their feeling of happy. This study aimed to describe the happiness among Betawi People who lived in Perkampungan Budaya Betawi Setu Babakan, South Jakarta. Happiness questionaire was used to collect the data from 55 Betawi People. This questionaire consist of some open question and some question with alternative choices. Open questions describe the definition and sources of happiness, while question with alternative choices describe the level of happiness. The result showed that the subject of this study is quitely happy. The definition of happiness answered by the subject was categorized then, and finally revealed 7 themes: relationship within the family member, something correlated with material, having a peacefull life, something really important, achieving for what they want, physical health and to share with other people. Meanwhile, categorization on the sources of happiness found 8 sources: relationship within the family, materials, giving happiness to their beloved ones, relationship with spouses, physical health, having children, success and developing Betawi culture. Keywords:  happiness, level, meaning, sources, Betawi
Who Have Higher Psychological Well-Being? A Comparison Between Early Married And Adulthood Married Women Latipun, Yuni Nurhamida, Lavina Rosalinda
Journal of Educational, Health and Community Psychology Vol 2 No 2 September 2013
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AbstractTheoritically, marriage and age is two aspects related to level of psychological well-being (PWB). A person who married will be healthier physically and psychologically, so it can increase the PWB. The PWB will be higher for adult rather than younger. The question is, what about someone who got married at an early age? Is there any difference between the level of PWB on early married women and women who married in adulthood? Therefore, this study aimed to see differences between those two subjects. The research used survey methods, with PWB scale as the instrument. Subjects in this study were women aged 20-30 years, who married at the aged under 20 years and above 20 years. Subjects in this study 67 people. The results showed significant differences in levels of PWB among women who married early to married adult women (t = 3.816, p = 0.000, p <0,01). Adulthood-married women had a higher level of PWB than early age married women.Keywords: Psychological well-being, Early Marriage, adulthood marriage
KONSELING DAN MEKANISME KOPING IBU BERSALIN Sri Kadarsih Soejono, Budihastuti, S.F Hakimi, M. Sunartini
Journal of Educational, Health and Community Psychology VOL 1 NO 1 APRIL 2012
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Latar Belakang: Masalah persalinan masih menjadi keprihatinan karena tingginya angka kematian ibu (AKI) di Indonesia dibandingkan dengan negara Asean yang lain. Selain itu persalinan yang sebenarnya merupakan peristiwa fisiologis dapat menjadi patologis dan membahayakan ibu maupun bayi. Konseling diperlukan ibu akan bersalin agar mampu mengatur diri dalam menghadapi perubahan-perubahan yang terjadi dalam dirinya dan merasa aman selama persalinan. Tujuan: mempelajari keuntungan pemberian konseling terhadap mekanisme koping ibu bersalin. Metode: Rancangan penelitian adalah rancangan preeksperimental, membandingkan kelompok (StaticGroup Comparison). Penelitian berlangsung November 2007 sampai Agustus 2009. Populasi penelitian adalah ibu primipara yang bersalin di Puskesmas T dan Puskesmas M Kota Yogyakarta sejumlah 538. Subyek penelitian 218 terdiri dari 109 kelompok perlakuan dan 109 pembanding. Hasil: Karakteristik subyek distribusinya hampir merata antara kelompok perlakuan dan pembanding. Prosentase yang paling besar untuk usia 2025 tahun (>69%), suku Jawa (>95%), pendidikan SLTA (>69%), menikah (>85%), usia kehamilan 3640 minggu (>80%). Hasil penelitian menunjukkan mekanisme koping ada beda bermakna p=0.000. Kesimpulan: Konseling menyebabkan mekanisme koping tercapai sehingga ibu merasa aman dan nyaman selama persalinan.
Ethos Of Education And Welfare Of Muslim Migrants Case Study in Migrant Settlement of Pangkoh, Pulang Pisau Regency, Central Kalimantan Province. Qodir, Abdul
Journal of Educational, Health and Community Psychology VOL 1 NO 2 SEPTEMBER 2012
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Muslim migrants in Pangkoh society gain much success in education, work, and life as better in the third decade (2002-2011). In first decades (1982-1991), a small population of middle-level education, the primary school majority, started a new life. Migrant population who lives a mediocre gets better in term of theirself and children. Many of them send their children to learn. Education is consideredly urgent and important need for them. Childs success in education is a source of pride to the elderly (Tanya Basok). This study focused on issues of education and welfare ethos, which define: (1) how the ethos phenomenon of Muslim migrants toward education, and (2) how the image of success in educational and welfare ethos in Pangkoh. This research aims to describe and interpret ethos phenomena of education, success, and welfare through perspective of psychology and Islam. This study was descriptive qualitative research, especially related to culture. The approach used is ethnographic research in an effort to understand the ethos of education and achieve welfare of the migrant community of Pangkoh. Subjects were Muslim migrants living in Pangkoh. They are grouped in two sections of migrants namely migrant with secondary education by 12 families, and those with basic education, primary school or an equivalent amounting 11 families. Data collection techniques using primary techniques of in-depth interviews and observations related to the problem. In addition, participant observation is used as a supporting method to observe things that are related to the research objectives. Qualitative data analysis is performed by means of narrative and interpretive descriptions of the phenomenon and welfare ethos that has been found within Muslim migrant families. This study shows that, first, the Muslim migrants who arrived in early 1982 and educated middle or slightly higher in the second decade, increases in number. That is evidenced by number of migrants who took up undergraduate degree for himself and family. In the third decade, the settlers produce groups who graduate and work as civil servants. Main work of some Muslim migrants increased in the career ranks, and the task of leading school. The increase of revenue in the form of allowances and benefits lead to educator certification. Therefore they are able to improve service, including the conduct of worship umrah, hajj, and help the relatives education. Second, the early arrival of Muslim migrants of basic education, primary school or its equivalent, have an indirect educational ethos, in three decades, when the decade I, their pioneering work faced many obstacles, unhappy experience. Ethos of the migrant children studying constrained, due to limited education, transportation, economic conditions are relatively difficult parents. Decade II is marked by increasing efforts have been initiated. They include some of the children helped odd jobs while studying. In the third decade (2002-2011) most of them have successful business. Some of them worked as farmers who are now aging. Their children finish high school, extending college graduate or work. Muslim migrant groups who have basic education are not directly educational ethos, but they produce graduates capable of working. Migrant children claimed their success in the struggle of parents are blessed by Allah SWT. The contribution of this research will develop the ethos of the Muslim migrants for valuable input for local governments Pulang Pisau, and as a true imaging.
Qualitative Research in Psychology Hanurawan, Fattah
Journal of Educational, Health and Community Psychology VOL 1 NO 2 SEPTEMBER 2012
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Abstract:Qualitative research is a research method studying subjective meaning of participants world about an object researched. Steps of qualitative research in psychology are: researchers select research topic, researchers formulate research questions, researchers design the study, researchers collect data, researchers analyses data, researchers generate findings, researchers validate findings, and researchers write research report. Some of the qualitative research designs are grounded research, phenomenology research, case study research, and ethnography research. In some situations, researchers often meet questions that reach beyond the prescription of the APA ethical guidelines concerning human participants. Researchers of qualitative research in psychology can generalize their research findings to other people, times, or treatments to the degree to which they are similar to other people, times, or treatments in the original research (naturalistic generalization). There are some strategies for expanding qualitative research as a research approach so the methodology can be accepted as one significant method in understanding psychological phenomena.
Who Have Higher Psychological Well-Being? A Comparison Between Early Married And Adulthood Married Women Yuni Nurhamida, Lavina Rosalinda Latipun
Journal of Educational, Health and Community Psychology Vol 2 No 1 April 2013
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 Abstract Theoritically, marriage and age is two aspects related to level of psychological well-being (PWB). A person who married will be healthier physically and psychologically, so it can increase the PWB. The PWB will be higher for adult rather than younger. The question is, what about someone who got married at an early age? Is there any difference between the level of PWB on early married women and women who married in adulthood? Therefore, this study aimed to see differences between those two subjects. The research  used survey methods, with PWB scale as the instrument. Subjects in this study were women aged 20-30 years, who married at the aged under 20 years and above 20 years. Subjects in this study 67 people. The results showed significant differences in levels of PWB among women who married early to married adult women (t = 3.816, p = 0.000, p <0,01). Adulthood-married women had a higher level of PWB than early age married women.Keywords: Psychological well-being, Early Marriage, adulthood marriage

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