Parent’s Coping Srategy Model For Early Childhood Problems.pdf

Wijayanti, Rina and Akbar, Mochammad Ramli and Anggraini, Henni and Haryono, Sarah Emmanuel and Muntomimah, Siti (2018) Parent’s Coping Srategy Model For Early Childhood Problems.pdf. [Image]

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Abstract: The aim of this study was to describe coping process implemented by parents and to know the benefits and its constraints and also the processes that have been applied. The coping strategy model for early childhood issues becomes important, when the coping strategies provided by parents are imitated by early childhood as a strategy to deal with the problems of early childhood. The strategy coping model given by the parent is required to provide appropriate learning as the basis for early childhood to overcome the problem in the future. This study use qualitative research. This research was conducted at 7 (seven) schools in Gugus 9 Sukun Malang. Based on the results of research that has been implemented, coping strategy model implemented by parents to overcome the problems of early childhood is to use (1) problem focused coping and (2) emotional focused coping, through mechanism of problem review first. Emotional focused coping carried out by parents for early childhood is focused on the ultimate goal and not on solving the problem. The coping strategy learning process for early childhood also has a process similar to emotional focused coping, where parents have no more role in the coping strategy learning process in children. The right coping strategy learning process is needed by early childhood to capitalize the ability of children in dealing with stress and solve problems in the right way.

Item Type: Image
Subjects: Sosial dan Humaniora > Artikel
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan > Pendidikan Guru PAUD
Depositing User: Henni Anggraini
Date Deposited: 01 Aug 2019 08:23
Last Modified: 03 Aug 2022 15:57

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