PENGARUH KEHARMONISAN KELUARGA DAN LINGKUNGAN SOSIAL SEKOLAH TERHADAP VANDALISME REMAJA SMP NEGERI 14 PONTIANAK

Muliyani Muliyani, Yohanes Bahari, Rustiyarso Rustiyarso

Abstract


Abstract

This study aims to determine the interaction of family and social environment on the
vandalism behavior of eighth grade students of SMP Negeri 14 Pontianak. This
research method is quantitative with a research sample of 110 VIII students using
purposive sampling. Data was taken using a questionnaire. The results showed that
vandalism was low at 60.8%, family harmony was 44.7% and the school environment
was categorized as very high at 34.4%. The results of the test show Fcount (31,328) >
Ftable (3.08) and a significance of 0.00 < 0.05, meaning that family harmony and social
environment have a significant effect on vandalism behavior. tcount of the decent family
harmony variable -4.486 > ttable 1.982 with a significance of 0.00 <0.05, which means
that there is a significant negative effect. tcount of the appropriate school social
environment variable -2.547 > ttable 1.982 with a significance of 0.01 <0.05, which
means that there is a significant negative effect. Regression equation Y'= 68.074+ (-
0.418) + (-0.313) + e. The determinant value of Adjusted R2 = 0.358, which means that
the influence of family interaction and social environment on vandalism behavior is low,
namely 35.8%.
Keywords: Harmonious family, School Social Environment, Vandalism.


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