Peran Kontrol Diri dan Mediasi Orang Tua terhadap Perilaku Penggunaan Internet Secara Berlebihan

Izzanil Hidayati, Tina Afiatin
(Submitted 20 December 2019)
(Published 23 May 2020)

Abstract


Perilaku penggunaan internet yang berlebihan pada remaja muncul sebagai interaksi dari berbagai faktor, diantaranya ialah kontrol diri dan mediasi orang tua. Oleh karena itu, penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menguji secara empiris peran kontrol diri dalam memediasi hubungan antara  mediasi orang tua terhadap kecenderungan perilaku penggunaan internet secara berlebihan pada remaja. Partisipan penelitian ini adalah 327 remaja berusia 15-18 tahun (139 laki-laki, 188 perempuan). Skala yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini meliputi skala kontrol diri, skala mediasi orang tua, dan skala perilaku penggunaan internet secara berlebihan. Dengan prosedur pengujian variabel mediator, analisis regresi menunjukkan bahwa penggunaan internet secara berlebihan merupakan prediktor bagi mediasi orang tua (b =-0,610; p < 0,05) maupun kontrol diri (b =-0,503 ; p < 0,05). Peran penggunaan internet berlebihan ini menurun ketika regresinya dengan mediasi orang tua dengan mengikutsertakan kontrol diri. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa kontrol diri berperan sebagai mediasi pada hubungan mediasi orang tua terhadap kecenderungan perilaku penggunaan internet secara berlebihan pada remaja.

Keywords


kontrol diri; mediasi orang tua; perilaku penggunaan internet

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