Korelasi Tingkat Penggunaan Smartphone dengan Tingkat Kecemasan Peserta Diklat Pusdiklat Tenaga Teknis Pendidikan dan Keagamaan

  • Nuraini Nuraini Pusdiklat Tenaga Teknis Pendidikan dan Keagamaan Kementerian Agama
DOI: https://doi.org/10.36052/andragogi.v9i1.191
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Keywords: anxiety, education and training, smartphone

Abstract

[CORRELATION OF SMARTPHONE USE LEVEL WITH AN ANXIETY LEVEL OF TRAINING PARTICIPANTS]. The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between smartphone use and participants’ anxiety of education and training program (Diklat/ Pendidikan dan Pelatihan), the level of smartphone use of Diklat’s participants, and the anxiety level of Diklat’s participants. This research method uses a survey with 106 training participants in the Education and Religious Technical Training Center as many as 106 people. The results of this study show that there is a very positive relationship between smartphone use and participants’ anxiety of Diklat. So, the higher the intensity of smartphone use, the higher the anxiety level, and vice versa the lower the intensity of smartphone use, the lower the anxiety level. Regarding the level of smartphone use of Diklat’s participants, 52% (55 people) were included in moderate level, 16% (17 people) were considered high level smartphone users, and 32% (34 people) of the participants were low level users. Then, the results of the study for anxiety levels showed that 50 people (47%) of the participants had anxiety at a moderate level, 34 people (32%) had high level anxiety, and 22 people (21%) had low level anxiety. The more often the smartphone is used by them in daily life, the higher the level of anxiety experienced by them if they do not have access to their smartphone. Anxiety arises because they cannot send messages, browse, or make a call to people (such as family and friends). Even, the intensity of using smartphones is increasing now as there are many mobile applications that provide facilities for human life such as online transportation and mobile banking so that the absence of smartphones will increase anxiety

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2021-09-13