Dampak globalisasi terhadap kualitas keluarga ditinjau dari karakter kemandirian, integritas, dan religiusitas remaja



Dody Hartanto(1*), Mufied Fauziah(2),

(1) Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
(2) Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Tujuan penelitian untuk mendeskripsikan dampak globalisasi, kecanduan internet terhadap kualitas keluarga, dilihat dari karakter remaja, yaitu kemandirian, integritas dan religiusitas. Penelitian merupakan penelitian deskriptif kualitatif menggunakan wawancara. Subyek penelitian remaja yang telah berkeluarga berusia di bawah 24 tahun untuk laki-laki dan 21 tahun untuk perempuan. Subjek penelitian adalah tiga puluh satu remaja berasal  dari  enam  kecamatan  di Yogyakarta. Teknik analisis data mengacu konsep model Miles dan Huberman, yaitu interactive model. Penelitian menunjukkan data mengenai intensitas remaja yang memanfaatkan  gadget  sebagai  media  dalam  mencari  informasi, hiburan keluarga. Perlu diwaspadai Gadget yang tidak menyebabkan ketergantungan pada pasangan, memunculkan ketergantungan pada anak dari pasangan. Temuan penelitian menjadi penting karena globalisasi dalam hal ini kecanduan internet memiliki dua sisi yaitu positif dan negatif. Jika tidak digunakan secara bijak, dapat menimbulkan berbagai masalah terkait masalah kecanduan internet. Data penelitian dapat digunakan sebagai landasan dalam menentukan intervensi lebih lanjut terkait kecanduan internet dan kualitas keluarga.


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Globalisasi, Kualitas Keluarga, Kemandirian, Integritas, Religiusitas

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