Merasa Dicintai Saat Dibantu: Penelitian Survey Deskriptif “Five Love Languages”

Edwin Adrianta Surijah, Suzanna Komang Ayu Ratih, I Made Feby Anggara

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Abstrak. Penelitian ini menggunakan desain survey deskriptif kuantitatif yang bertujuan menggambarkan kategori bahasa cinta pada sampel berusia 16-19 tahun. Teknik quota sampling menjaring sampel (n = 500) hingga memenuhi batas kuorum dan mengisi angket yang disiapkan peneliti. Angket terdiri dari data demografis (usia, jenis kelamin, status hubungan), skala bahasa cinta, dan skala self-efficacy. Hasil secara umum menunjukkan kategori Acts of Service dominan ditemui pada sampel penelitian. Bahasan mengenai tingkat usia dan kemungkinan dampaknya pada luaran penelitian ini didiskusikan lebih lanjut.

Kata kunci: survey deskriptif, studi kuantitatif, bahasa cinta, acts of service

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descriptive study; love languages; acts of service

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