Differences in Student Adversity Intelligence by Gender

Latifah Hanum

Abstract


ABSTRACT: Difficulties, or in this term called adversity, should make a person tougher. Unfortunately when faced with life's challenges, most people stop before trying to do their best and know the limits of ability. Adversity can be a bridge to success if individuals are able to convert every difficulty into a challenge. The ability to deal with adversity is termed Adversity Intelligence or Adversity Quotient. Individuals with high levels of adversity intelligence are categorized as Climbers. Individuals with moderate adversity intelligence, categorized as Campers. The third group is Quitters, i.e. groups that are left behind in the Climbers. This research tries to reveal the tendency of adversity level of students of UPI (Indonesia University of Education) in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia, and to examine whether male and female students show differences in their adversity intelligence. Quantitative descriptive approach with cross sectional survey type was used in the study. The instrument used is an adversity intelligence questionnaire consisting of 44 items of questions with a Semantic differential scale. The instrument designed by researcher refers to the construct of the dimensions of adversity intelligence, namely CORE (Control, Ownership, Reach, and Endurance) developed by Paul Stoltz (1997). This study uses probability sampling type with multistages cluster sampling technique, with the technique obtained as many as 470 respondents. The result of data analysis shows that most of UPI undergraduate students are in Campers category. In statistics, the adversity intelligence of undergraduate students of UPI does not differ significantly in terms of gender is seen from the value of sig. 0.051 (> 0.05).

KEY WORDS: Adversity Quotient; Difficulties; Gender; Undergraduate Students of UPI.

About the Author: Latifah Hanum, S.Pd. is a Student at the Study Program of Educational Psychology SPs UPI (School of Postgraduate, Indonesia University of Education) in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. For academic interests, the author is able to be contacted via e-mail address at: latifahhanum655@gmail.com 

Suggested Citation: Hanum, Latifah. (2018). “Differences in Student Adversity Intelligence by Gender” in HONAI: International Journal for Educational, Social, Political & Cultural Studies, Volume 1(2), November, pp.115-128. Bandung, Indonesia: Minda Masagi Press owned by ASPENSI and STISIP Amal Ilmiah, Wamena, Papua, ISSN 2621-1653 (print) and ISSN 2621-3621 (online).

Article Timeline: Accepted (August 31, 2018); Revised (October 24, 2018); and Published (November 30, 2018).


Keywords


Adversity Quotient; Difficulties; Gender; Undergraduate Students of UPI

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