Efektivitas Pelatihan Pemberian Dukungan Sosial pada Walinapi dengan Metode Bermain dan Permainan Peran

https://doi.org/10.22146/jpsi.28038

Alimatus Sahrah(1*), Reny Yuniasanti(2)

(1) Mercu Buana Yogyakarta University
(2) Universitas Mercu Buana Yogyakarta
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


The skills of prisoner coaching to provide social support by walinapi in every penitentiary need to be improved. This experimental study aims to determine the effectiveness of social support training using the Game method and the Role Play method in improving the ability to make Social Support welfare against prisoners in the Penitentiary of Yogyakarta. The research subject was 20 prisoners guardian, consisting of 9 men and 11 women. Social Support Training with Game and Role Playing Methods is a treatment to enhance the welfare social support capabilities of prisoners. Training Effectiveness is measured by evaluation of reactions, evaluation of learning and behavioural evaluation. Measurement of social support capabilities is done before and after training using a scale based on 5 aspects of social support. The research data analysis uses independent t-test and pair comparison t-test techniques. The results of the study show that, (1) social support training is effectively improving the ability to support social welfare of the prisoners; (2) there is no difference in effectiveness between social support training using the game method and the role play method.


Keywords


game methods; role play methods; social support training

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