Effects of Socialization Methods and Peer Attachment on Character Strength of School-Aged Children

Risa Umasyah, Alfiasari Alfiasari

Abstract


This study aimed to analyze the influences of socialization methods and peer attachment on character strength of scholl-aged in rural families. This study employed cross sectional approach using survey and interview. A hundred of families with children at grades 4 and 5 in two public elementary schools at Pamijahan Sub District, Bogor Regency participated in this study. This found only age and peer attachment that had significant influence on character strengths of school-aged children in rural families.


Keywords


character strength; peer attachment; school-age children; socialization methods; rural families

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