KEHIDUPAN DI PENJARA TENTANG PENERIMAAN DIRI DAN TINGKAT KECEMASAN LAPAS WANITA: CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY

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akhmad yanuar fahmi
Dayu Inggida Sharon
Riska Nurfadhilah
Soekardjo

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Background: Life in a Prison or a closed Penitentiary always attracts researchers or academics to discuss because of the many problems of life, how to adapt, and how to socialize with a new life in prison. The problems often faced are Self-acceptance and anxiety. Self-acceptance is someone's satisfaction with sleep, so that someone does not show feelings of fatigue, lethargy and anxiety. Poor Self-acceptance can result in decreased activity of the prefrontal cortex which plays an important role in regulating emotions, one of which is anxiety. Aim: The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between Self-acceptance and anxiety levels in women-assisted residents in correctional institutions. Method: This type of research is Cross Sectional with a sample of 59 respondents with purposive sampling technique. Data collection using the questionnaire sheet Pittsbrugh Self-acceptance Index and Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale, with Chi Square statistical tests using manual calculations with SPSS Aplication. Results: The results showed 50 respondents (85%) had poor Self-acceptance and 36 respondents (62%) had mild anxiety. significance level or α = 0.05 is obtained Pvalue = 0.015 so that Pvalue <value α or 0.015 <0.05. Means there is a relationship between the level of Self-acceptance with the level of anxiety in women fostered citizens in prison. Conclusion: Good Self-acceptance makes the anxiety level low or doesn't experience anxiety. Conversely, if the quality of sleep is poor, the level of anxiety experienced by women-assisted citizens is being experienced even with severe anxiety.

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fahmi akhmad yanuar, Sharon DI, Nurfadhilah R, Soekardjo. KEHIDUPAN DI PENJARA TENTANG PENERIMAAN DIRI DAN TINGKAT KECEMASAN LAPAS WANITA: CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY. BIGES JUKES [Internet]. 2020Sep.25 [cited 2020Oct.26];12(1):7-13. Available from: https://ejurnal.biges.ac.id/index.php/kesehatan/article/view/153
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