Coping Stress Strategy In Adolescents Victims Of Kanjuruhan Tragedy
Keywords:adolescents, coping stress strategy, Kanjuruhan tragedy, stress
The Kanjuruhan tragedy caused victims to fall, one of whom was a adolescents. This tragedy left serious wounds, both physical and psychological. Psychologically, the victim experiences continuous stress until trauma occurs. This article aims to describe the factors that cause stress, forms of stress, and stress coping strategies experienced by victims of the Kanjuruhan tragedy. The approach used is qualitative with case study. The data collection method used in-depth interviews. Data came from informants who experienced the Kanjuruhan tragedy directly and felt symptoms of stress after the incident. In dealing with this stress, the informants used various methods which included the behavior of problem-focused coping and emotional-focused coping. Apart from that, the informants also drew closer to God as a form of spiritual-focused coping. It is hoped that these results can be a reference for people who experience traumatic events to be able to carry out appropriate coping strategies.
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