Parenting and Self Resilience in Dayak Youth Students


Resilience is a basic psychological need that is developed through parenting. Self-resilience is important for youth student to face challenges in education. In Dayak culture in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia, women usually carry the double role of being a housekeeper as well as breadwinner. Women in the family has a significant position in fulfilling the needs of parenting and education. The study aims to find the correlation of mother’s parenting to Dayak youth students’ resilience. This research was conducted on 350 Dayak youth students aged 15-24 years in Central Kalimantan. The measuring instruments are Parental Acceptance- Rejection Questionnaire (PARQ) and Brief Resilience Scale. The Linear Regression with stepwise method was applied to analyze the correlation of four domains of parenting which include warmth/acceptance, hostility/aggression, indifference/neglect, and undifferentiated rejection. The results showed that rejection and neglect in the parenting process had no correlation on the development of self-resilience of youth. Meanwhile, aggressiveness/ hostility has negative correlation to self-resilience with a point of -0.301, meaning that the lower perception of hostile parenting, the higher self-resilience. In addition, the warmth or acceptance aspect shows a positive effect on resilience simultaneously with the hostility/ aggressive parenting aspect, which are hostility/aggression values of -0.219 and warm/acceptance values of 0.158. However, mean of resilience score on Dayak youth students is just around 3.38, it means the self-resilience is average. The outcome of this study to promote the importance of collaboration between families and academics in increasing the resilience of Dayak students.

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Cahaya Afriani Napitupulu, Universitas Palangka Raya, Indonesia
Gerry Olvina Faz, State Islamic Institute of Palangka Raya, Indonesia

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Conference: ACE2022
Stream: Mind

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Napitupulu C., & Faz G. (2023) Parenting and Self Resilience in Dayak Youth Students ISSN: 2186-5892 The Asian Conference on Education 2022: Official Conference Proceedings
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