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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 11, November 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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The Influence Of Family Leadership Towards Adolescent Social Values In The City Of Gorontalo

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AUTHOR(S)

Abdul Rahmat, Achmad Daengs GS, Novianty Djafri, Imam Shofwan, M Chairul Basrun Umanailo

 

KEYWORDS

social values, adolescents, family leadership

 

ABSTRACT

The role of leadership in fostering households occupies a strategic place and determines whether or not the family can prosper. Because of this, exemplary behavior from parents is needed here. That is, the attitude and actions of a family head or housewife will have a major influence on the social values of young children. This study aims to determine the influence of leadership family against juvenile social value. The sample of this study was 38 teenagers in Gorontalo City. Data collection methods used are observation, interviews, and questionnaires. The analysis used is product moment correlation. Has il research shows that the use values of co efficient of correlation (r) = 0,6681 or 66.81% is a positive number. This shows that the influence of family education on social values is positive and is at interpretation between 0.60 - 0.799 which is interpreted as a level of strong influence. The KD value = 44.62% shows a large influence between family education on social values, amounting to 44.62%. While the value of t count = 5.386618, with degrees of freedom (db) = 38 - 2 = 36 and a significance level of 0.05 = 2.02 so that, t count more than t table or 5.386618 > 2.02 then the correlation what happens is meaningful or significant so the correlation is the influence of family education on social values

 

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