Hubungan Mode Adaptif Konsep Diri Berbasis Teori Callista Roy dengan Kemampuan Interaksi Sosial Anak Tunagrahita di SLB-C TPA Kabupaten Jember (The Correlation Between Adaptive Modes: Self Concept Based on Callista Roy’s Theory and Social Interaction Abil

  • Zuhrotul Rofiqoh
  • Nurfika Asmaningrum
  • Dodi Wijaya

Abstract

Self concept is one of adaptive modes based on Callista Roy’s theory which very important for
mental deficiency influence integrity of mental in practice to had a good social interaction. The kind of
this research is descriptive analytic by using study cross sectional. Method of collecting samples
using total sampling and total of samples got are 35 respondents. Data was analyzed by chi-square
and the result of statistical test shows point p=0.000. Ha is accepted if Ho is rejected in which Ho is
rejected if the point is p ≤ α, 0,000 ≤ 0,05. The result of the statistic analysis is that there is significant
correlation between adaptive modes: self concept based on Callista Roy’s theory and social
interaction abilities to mental retardation children on SLB-C TPA at Jember Regency. OR (26.00),
that means the respondents who had a positive self concept have 26.00 possibility to be had a good
social interaction abilities. The result of the research is positive self concept with good social
interaction ability about 80%. Suggests for nursing in community to involve and increase their role
model as educator and care giver in attempt to share information by doing a counseling.
Keywords: self concept, social interaction, mental retardation

Published
2018-05-23
How to Cite
ROFIQOH, Zuhrotul; ASMANINGRUM, Nurfika; WIJAYA, Dodi. Hubungan Mode Adaptif Konsep Diri Berbasis Teori Callista Roy dengan Kemampuan Interaksi Sosial Anak Tunagrahita di SLB-C TPA Kabupaten Jember (The Correlation Between Adaptive Modes: Self Concept Based on Callista Roy’s Theory and Social Interaction Abil. Pustaka Kesehatan, [S.l.], v. 6, n. 2, p. 312 - 318, may 2018. ISSN 2355-178X. Available at: <https://jurnal.unej.ac.id/index.php/JPK/article/view/7777>. Date accessed: 20 mar. 2019. doi: https://doi.org/10.19184/pk.v6i2.7777.
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