RELATIONS BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE WITH PERCEPTION OF VIRGINITY AT DIPONEGORO UNIVERSITY STUDENT

Tipani, Syarifah Rosa (2010) RELATIONS BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE WITH PERCEPTION OF VIRGINITY AT DIPONEGORO UNIVERSITY STUDENT. Undergraduate thesis, UNDIP.

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Abstract

Along with the times, the interaction of the teenagers of today could change. Association of adolescent girls and young boys to be very free, free sex and other sexual activity that is understandable. Changing time this has happened to change the perceptions’s students about virginity. Perceptions of virginity is the process of granting of sense to own vigil and purity in it that has never been performed sexual activity, which can affect the behavior will be elected. One of decisions affecting a person to the sexual activity that is emotional maturity, when it has matured emotionally mature, the individual may think, think well and objective. The hypothesis of this research is that there is a positive relationship between emotional intelligence and perception of virginity at Diponegoro University student. The higher emotional intelligence, the more positive perception of virginity. Conversely, the lower a person's emotional intelligence is more negative perceptions of virginity. Subjects in this study were students from the University of Diponegoro, with a total sample of 112 people through random sampling techniques propotional. Methods of data collection in this study used self-report inventory with the help of a psychological scale measuring tool. Emotional intelligence scale with 26 aitem a valid and reliability coefficient of 0.890 and scale perception with a 32 virginity aitem valid and the reliability coefficient of 0.872. This study uses simple regression analysis techniques. Results showed the correlation coefficient rxy = 0.431, p = 0.000 (p <0.05), which means that there is a significant positive relationship between emotional intelligence and perception to virginity. Emotional intelligence effectively contributed to the perception virginity 18.6%, while 81.4 is influenced by other factors such as needs, beliefs, past experience, the ability to thought, religion and the environment or group. Key word: emotional intelligence, perception, virginity

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions:Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology
ID Code:24658
Deposited By:Imam Setyawan
Deposited On:13 Dec 2010 17:16
Last Modified:13 Dec 2010 17:16

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