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Perception of Karmaphala Cultural Values and Resilience at The Bali Post Incident First Bali Bombing

Perception of Karmaphala Cultural Values and Resilience at The Bali Post Incident First Bali Bombing


Ariesta Handoko Pratama


Abstrak

October 12, 2002 first Bali bombings rocked Indonesia. This incident made Balinese traumatized. However, the Balinese believe in the existence law of Karmaphala, who believed that every action will reap according to his deeds. This tragedy doesn’t make people high emotional because they believe that the terrorist will receive Karma (consequences) itself. For that, the perception of value Karmaphala will shape positive dynamics of emotional regulation in response to an incident. This value also gives inner strength to accept the accident. Therefore, the perception of Karmaphala have been a correlational factor in increasing the resilience Balinese after the Bali I bombings.
This is a quantitative correlation study. The subject of this study is that the criterion is Balinese tribe and stay around the scene of the Bali I bombing. Data will be collected using a Perceptions Karmaphala scale and resilience scale. Respondents were drawn by using purposive sampling. Data were analyzed using correlation and regression analysis.
The results of this study are expected to contribute in the form of knowledge that the various cultural values that exist in Indonesia, that understanding of cultural values can be used as an indicator to see the level of resilience after a traumatic event.

Keywords :Karmaphala Values,  Resilience, Bali Culture Values, Bali I Bombing, Balinese

 


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