PENGARUH RELIGIOSITAS TERHADAP KEPUASAN PERNIKAHAN PADA ORANGTUA YANG MEMILIKI ANAK DENGAN DOWN SYNDROME

Christella Ruslan, Jessica Ariela, Sandra Handayani Sutanto

Abstract


Abstract – This study aimed to examine the contribution of religiostiy toward marital satisfaction of parents whose child has Down syndrome in Jakarta and Tangerang. The sample of this research consisted of 54 individuals. The Four Basic Dimensions of Religiousness Scale was used to measure the religiosity, while Relationship Assessment Scale (RAS) was used to measure the marital satisfaction. Findings indicated that religiosity is not significantly associated with marital satisfaction. However, the result indicated a significant contribution of Believing dimension of religiosity toward marital satisfaction (10.7%) of parents who had a child with Down syndrome.

Abstrak  Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menguji secara empiris pengaruh religiositas terhadap kepuasan pernikahan pada orangtua yang memiliki anak dengan Down syndrome di Jakarta dan Tangerang. Partisipan penelitian ini terdiri atas 54 orang. Instrumen penelitian yang digunakan untuk mengukur religiositas adalah The Four Basic Dimensions of Religiousness Scale dan Relationship Assessment Scale (RAS) untuk mengukur kepuasan pernikahan. Hasil penelitian ini adalah tidak terdapat korelasi yang signifikan antara religiositas dan kepuasan pernikahan. Akan tetapi, penelitian ini menemukan bahwa dimensi believing memiliki pengaruh yang signifikan (10.7%) terhadap kepuasan pernikahan orangtua yang memiliki anak dengan Down syndrome.


Keywords


Down syndrome; marital satisfaction; parents; religiosity; Down syndrome; kepuasan pernikahan; orangtua; religiositas

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