Cyberbullying Behavior in High School Students In Jakarta

Cyberbullying Behavior in High School Students In Jakarta

5 pages Date: June 16, 2021


The purpose of this study is to test the influence of emotional intelligence, narcissism superiority dimension, exhibitionism, entitlement, authority, exploitativeness and Self-Sufficiency, parenting patterns of authoritarian dimension, authoritative and permissive and gender to cyberbullying actions in high school students in Jakarta. The sample in this study amounted to 412 students consisting of three SMAN in Jakarta. The measurement scale used consists of the cyberbullying questionnaire/CBQ (Smith, 2006), the Emotional Intelligence scale by Mayer and Salovey (1990), the Narcissistic Personality Inventory (NPI) scale compiled by Raskin and Terry (1988), and the Parental Authority Questionnaire (PAQ) by Buri (1991). Test the validity of the measuring instrument using confirmatory factor analysisi (CFA) method, while for analysis using Multiple Regression Analysis. The results showed that all variables studied had a significant effect on cyberbullying behavior with a variance proportion of 10.4%, while the rest was influenced by other variables outside the study. Meanwhile, the results of each variable analysis separately showed that superiority variables, authoritative parenting patterns, permissive and gender foster patterns had a significant effect on cyberbullying, while eleven other dimensions, namely emotional intelligence, exhibitionism, entitlement, authority, exploitativeness, Self-Sufficiency and authoritarian parenting patterns had no significant effect on cyberbullying behavior.


Keyphrases: Cyberbullying, Emotional Intelligence, Narcissism, PARENTING PATTERNS


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