Perilaku Keimanan, Kesabaran dan Syukur dalam Memprediksi Subjective Wellbeing Remaja

Triantoro Safaria

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Subjective wellbeing merupakan variabel yang penting bagi individu. Penelitian terdahulu menunjukkan pentingnya subjective wellbeing bagi tercapainya kualitas hidup yang optimal.  Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk meneliti prediktor-prediktor dari subjective wellbeing. Hasil penelitian akan memberikan pemahaman tentang hubungan perilaku keimanan, kesabaran dan syukur terhadap subjective wellbeing pada mahasiswa. Penelitian ini mengunakan pendekatan kuantitatif melalui penyebaran skala. Subjek  penelitian berjumlah 98 yang direkrut dari sebuah perguruan tinggi swasta (PTS) di Yogyakarta. Analisis regresi digunakan untuk menguji hubungan antar variabel. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan ada hubungan yang signifikan antara syukur dan sabar dengan subjective wellbeing pada mahasiswa. Sedangkan keimanan tidak  memiliki hubungan yang signifikan dengan subjective wellbeing. Implikasi dari hasil penelitian ini didiskuiskan lebih lanjut.


Keywords


perilaku keimanan, kesabaran, subjective wellbeing, syukur

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