Interpersonal Communication Relation with Student Anxiety Level in Preparing Thesis in Nursery Science Program 2016 – 2017

Authors : Jems K. R. Maay, Riska P Laili, Yosefine C. Tukayo, Frengki Apay, Ester Rumaseb, Zeth R Fell

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 7 - July

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Interpersonal communication is a person-to- person interaction, both verbally and non verbally, by sharing information and feelings between individuals and individuals or between individuals with small groups (Purwoastuti, 2015) Anxiety or anxiety is an unclear concern And Spreads related to feelings of uncertainty and helplessness. This emotional state has no specific object. The anxiety is subjectively subjected and communicated interpersonally. The purpose of the research is to analyze the interpersonal communication relationship with the students' anxiety level in preparing the thesis on the nursing program of Universitas Cenderawasih 2016-2017 by using descriptive correlation method with cross sectional design. Location of research study program of nursing University of Cenderawasih. The population of final semester students with the number of samples as many as 89 respondents were obtained by sampling technique Probalility sampling. Data collection using quensioner and in the analysis using chi square test. Of the 89 respondents who had interpersonal communication less as many as 47 respondents (52.8%) anxiety as many as 54 respondents (60.7%) who have good interpersonal communication as much as 42 respondents (47,2%) and not anxious as many as 35 respondents (39, 3). There is relationship between interpersonal communication with student anxiety level in preparing thesis (p-value = 0,334).

Keywords : Interpersonal Communication, Student Anxiety.


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