PENGARUH LAYANAN BIMBINGAN PENYULUHAN TERHADAP KENAKALAN ANAK KELAS VI SDN 005 BONTANG UTARA
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Keywords: guidance counceling, juvenile delingeuncy
AbstractThis study was intended to see the relationship between counseling guidance and juvenile delinguency. The subject of this study was 63 students of the sixth grade of SDN 005 Bontang Utara. This study used questionnaire consiting of 10 items to identify main data on the effectiveness of counceling guidance and juvenile delinguency. In addition, documentary analysis regarding the counceling and juvenile delinguency was used complimentary to the questionnaire. The analysis of the data discovered three descriptions: counceling guidance, juvenile delinguency, and the relationship between counceling guidance and juvenile delinguency. Results of guidance counceling indicated that of 63 respondents, 33% or 21 received good services, 38% or 24 enough, and 29% or 18 low. The juvenile delinguency indicated that of 63 respondents, 50% or 31 respondents performed low traits, 25% or 16 enough, and 25% or 16 high. The hypothesis testing indicated that r-value (0.850) was greater than r-table (0.244) at p=0.05, N=63. The result is significant, meaning the better the quality of guidance counceling, the lower the juvenile deinguency was performed by the respondents.
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Zaitun, S. (2015). PENGARUH LAYANAN BIMBINGAN PENYULUHAN TERHADAP KENAKALAN ANAK KELAS VI SDN 005 BONTANG UTARA. Cendekia: Jurnal Pendidikan Dan Pembelajaran, 9(2), 195-206. https://doi.org/10.30957/cendekia.v9i2.333
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