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Title: 7th Grade Students' Self-Awareness Improvement On Riding Motorcycles Through Rational Emotive Therapy (RET) : a Study of Wailolung Christian Junior High School, Katikutana District, Mid-Sumba Region
Authors: Tagela, Umbu
Keywords: RET;self-awareness;Junior High School
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Satya Wacana University Press
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to find out 71h grade students' self-awareness improvement of Wailolung Christian Junior High School on riding motorcycles through Rational Emotive Therapy (RET) which is performed in a group-counselling. 34 students from the 7th grade are involved as the participants. Purposive Sampling technique is used toward 12 students who have self-awareness problem. Later, the 12 student are divided equally into two groups: experiment group and control group. The instrument for data analysis on self-awareness is adapted from Brown and Ryan's (2003) Mindful Attention Awareness Scale (MAAS). The MAAS is used as pre-test and post-test. Data analysis technique is based on ann-Whitney U and processed using SPSS for windows version 16.0. The average pre-test score of the experiment group increases from 3.50 to 9.50 on the post-test with p = 0.004 (p = 0.050). The result shows significant differences between the experiment and control group after treated with group-counselling RET and improvement of students' self-awareness
Description: Proceeding Seminar and Workshop Mid Year APECA 2015 in Salatiga. Guidance and Counselling Study Program Satya Christian Wacana University, p. 97 - 105
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/6869
ISBN: 9786021047255
Appears in Collections:Proceeding Seminar and Workshop Mid Year APECA 2015 in Salatiga

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