Memprediksi Minat Karier dan Pilihan Aspirasi Terhadap Pertimbangan Pilihan Karier Berdasarkan Social Cognitive Career Theory (SCCT)

  • Ishlakhatus Sa’idah Universitas Negeri Malang
Keywords: Minat Karier, Pilihan Karier, Social Cognitive Career Theory

Abstract

This research aims to predict the model interest Social Cognitive career Theory (SCCT) through a testrun to 600 high school students in Gresik Regency. Subject completed measures of self-efficacy incareer, expectations of a result, interests, support and social barriers, and considerations in thechoice of six types of RIASEC Holland (1997). Model options integrated interest meets the data wellin all types of Holland and generally supports the hypothesis that self-efficacy and outcomeexpectations are similarly predict the interest, and that interest in self-efficacy mediate therelationships and expectations the results for the consideration of the options. Contrary to SCCT,support and social barriers related considerations the option indirectly i.e. via self-efficacy. Theimplications of these findings for further research is the importance of cross-cultural validity ofconsideration on the SCCT

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Published
2018-04-01
How to Cite
Sa’idah, I. (2018). Memprediksi Minat Karier dan Pilihan Aspirasi Terhadap Pertimbangan Pilihan Karier Berdasarkan Social Cognitive Career Theory (SCCT). JKI (Jurnal Konseling Indonesia), 3(2), 48-56. https://doi.org/10.21067/jki.v3i2.2470