The Correlation Between Group Fanatism with Agression Behaviour In Members Of Civil Organization



By : Ida Bagus Putu Raden Raditya Manuaba

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Faculties : Fakultas Kedokteran

Department : PS. PSIKOLOGI

Community organization is a civil organization that was founded and formed by public voluntarily based on the similarity of the will, aspirations, needs, interest, activities and same purposes to participate in development to achive the purpose of Unitary States of Indonesia based on Pancasila. Fanaticism is potrayed as a passionate compliance without conditions, excessive enthusiasm of a certain thing, stubborn, indiscriminately or use means of violence, fanaticism is also characterized by the presence of dogmatic thinking, have no tolerance of differences and the desire to impose unilateral view, increased sense of self-worth and feel powerful aggression behaviour. In Bali, there is large number of civil organizations grow and develop with different backgrounds, which is often cause some friction. Lately in some case of violence carried out by a number of members of those civil organization in Bali, make some anxiety in the society. This research aims to know the relationship of group fanaticism with behaviour of aggression. This research did not use all member from the population. Subject in this research is a members of civil organization called Laskar Bali, Alas Kedaton, with age from 18 years old to 55 years old and at least have been member for minimum one year. Number of samples in this research was 62 peoples. Reliabillity scale of group fanaticism is 0,839 and aggression behaviour scale reliabillity is 0.917. Analysis method use Spearman correlation test. Correlation test result 0.356 which mean p>0.05. So based on the result of this research there is no relations between group fanaticism and aggression behaviour on civil organization members at Laskar Bali, area coordinator Alas Kedaton.

Keyword : Group fanaticism, Aggression behaviour, Civil organization member.

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