Hubungan Intensitas Bermain Game Stardew Valley dan Terpaan Persuasi Kelompok Referensi Dengan Kecenderungan Berperilaku Prososial

Andy, Julianto (2018) Hubungan Intensitas Bermain Game Stardew Valley dan Terpaan Persuasi Kelompok Referensi Dengan Kecenderungan Berperilaku Prososial. Undergraduate thesis, Diponegoro University.

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Abstract

Video games often considered as the cause of antisocial behavior. In recent years, there are many cases that caused by video games, for example a bunch of students gang up on other student because video game or even criminal act like steal money to play more video game. These things happen because majority of the popular games played in Indonesia has violent content. Because of that, researcher want to know, does playing positive games will also shape positive behavior. The purpose of this research is to know the correlation of playing Stardew Valley (as positive game) game intensity and reference group persuasion exposure with tendency to behave prosocialy. The theory that used in this research is Social Learning Theory and Group Reference Theory. This research is a quantitative research with explanatory type. This study uses people in Facebook Group called PC Game Indonesia who from 15 – 24 years old that has played Stardew Valley. Based on the hypthesis that conducted using Kendall’s Tau-B correlation analysis, shows that; First, there is a positive correlation between playing Stardew Valley game intensity with tendency to behave prosocially, with significance value of 0,009 and correlation coefficient value of 0,335. The higher the playing Stardew Valley game intensity, the higher the tendency to behave prosocially and vice versa. Second, there is a positive correleation between group reference persuasion exposure with tendency to behave prosocially, with significance value of 0,021 and correlation coefficient value of 0,315. The higher the group reference persuasion exposure, the higher the tendency to behave prosocially and vice versa.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions:Faculty of Social and Political Sciences > Department of Communication
ID Code:61720
Deposited By:Mr/mrs Fisip Undip
Deposited On:09 Apr 2018 10:22
Last Modified:09 Apr 2018 10:22

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