The Psychological Condition Differences Between the Rural and Urban Poor Society
Puput Noviawati, Siti Nuzulia, Marlina, Anna Undarwati
Available Online September 2017.
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- Poverty, attribution
- Poverty is a multidimensional problem which caused by various factors. In overcoming this problem, it is not limited to only giving materially but also it is important to understand the problem psychologically. This research is aimed to know the psychological differences between the rural and urban poor society. The study uses quantitative approach. The population characteristics are poor family (consists of father, mother and children between 9-12 years old), daily income less than 2 US dollars (WHO poverty criteria), live in municipality (for urban) and live in village town in a regency (for rural). The sample in this study is 300 samples (consist of fathers, mothers and children). Sampling technique is using quota sampling. This research measured attribution variables into dimensions of fatalistic, structuralistic and individualistic. The results of the research suggests that there are differences in three dimensions. There is no difference between fatalistic attribution of urban society and fatalistic attribution of rural society (F=0.487, p=0.486). There is a very signficant difference between individualistic attribution of urban and rural society (F=9.54, p=0.002). The rural sosiety has higher individualistic attribution than that of the urban society (mean comparison = 2.77 < 3.17). There is no difference between structuralistic attribution of urban society and structuralistic attribution of rural society (F=3.45, p=0.065).
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TY - CONF AU - Puput Noviawati AU - Siti Nuzulia AU - Marlina AU - Anna Undarwati PY - 2017/09 DA - 2017/09 TI - The Psychological Condition Differences Between the Rural and Urban Poor Society BT - 9th International Conference for Science Educators and Teachers (ICSET 2017) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 103 EP - 106 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icset-17.2017.18 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icset-17.2017.18 ID - Noviawati2017/09 ER -