The Relationship Of Attitude Towards Ayahan With Psychological Well-Being Of Hindu Balinese Women In Desa Adat Legian
By : Ni Luh Cristina Prapmika Jayanti
Faculties : Fakultas Kedokteran
Department : PS. PSIKOLOGI
Every woman who is married to Hindu Balinese man and becomes Hindu, will directly actualize social roles with the responsibility of ayahan, beside domestic roles as a housewife and production roles by working. Ayahan is required to work or tasks that must be implemented by krama banjar or krama desa, which are cultural activities, religious activities, and social activities. High frequency execution of ayahan in Desa Adat Legian, the complexity of implementation, and assumed to cause an imbalance of Hindu Balinese woman’s roles can bring negative attitude towards ayahan to Hindu Balinese women in Desa Adat Legian which is believed can be related to psychological well-being. Otherwise, when Hindu Balinese woman in Desa Adat Legian willing and happily to do ayahan, positive attitude will appear toward ayahan and believed can be related to psychologycal well-being. This research is a quantitative method with simple regression analysis. Data is collected through research scales that have been tested for validity and reliability to the 221Hindu Balinese woman in Desa Adat Legian. Research data shows normal distribution and linear. The result shows the correlation coefficient is 0.180 and probability at 0.007 (p<0.05). It means that there is a positive correlation between attitude towards ayahan and psychological well-being of Hindu Balinese woman in Desa Adat Legian. Contribution of attitude towards ayahan variable to psychological well-being variable is 3.2%.
Keyword : Attitude, ayahan, psychological well-being, Hindu Balinese woman, Legian