Program Empathy Character Building untuk Menurunkan Perilaku Bullying pada Siswa SMP Inklusi

Faizah Faizah, Ulifa Rahma, Yunita Kurniawati

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Perilaku bullying yang banyak terjadi di sekolah-sekolah membawa dampak negatif bagi siswa. Banyak program-program intervensi yang telah diaplikasikan untuk menurunkan perilaku bullying. Program Empathy Character Building merupakan proses pembelajaran mengelola karakter empati siswa yang berfungsi untuk mengurangi perilaku yang berfokus pada perilaku bullying. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui efek program Empathy Character Building terhadap penurunan perilaku bullying. Subjek penelitian adalah siswa kelas VII SMP Inklusi sebanyak 18 siswa yang memiliki teman berkebutuhan khusus di kelas. Penelitian ini menggunakan Pretest Posttest Experiment Group Design. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa terdapat pengaruh program Empathy Character Building terhadap penurunan perilaku bullying pada siswa kelas VII SMP Inklusi.


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empathy character building, perilaku bullying, sekolah SMP inklusi

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