Regulasi Emosi dan Kelompok Teman Sebaya Pelaku Cyberbullying

Mutia Mawardah, MG Adiyanti
(Submitted 25 August 2015)
(Published 23 June 2014)


Technology that is getting more advanced has not only positive but also negative impacts. The number of cyberbullying cases keeps increasing as the use of information technology appliances grows. The subjects of this research were 7th and 8th graders of state junior high school “S”, who were 12-14 years of age and had been using information technologies for at least 2 years. The result of this research showed that peer group conformity and emotional regulation are related to the tendency in them of becoming cyberbulliers as demonstrated by the F value=106.078 and p<0.01 with an adjusted R-square value of 0.702 (70.2%). Separately, peer group conformity in teenagers has a positive correlation and has an effect with partial correlation value=0.603 and with an effective contribution=0.637. The variable of emotional regulation separately has a negative correlation and has no effect with partial correlation value=-0.092.
Keywords: cyberbullying, emotional regulation, peer group conformity


cyberbullying; emotional regulation; peer group conformity

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DOI: 10.22146/jpsi.6958


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