Effect of Academic Resilience on Subjective Well-Being of Students in Islamic Boarding Schools

Fajrina Rahmi, Hasnida, Rr. Lita Hadiati Wulandari
2019 Zenodo  
This study was to determine the impact of academic resilience toward subjective well-being of students in Islamic Boarding Schools. Data of the study was obtained through a scale of subjective well-being and a scale of academic resilience that has been tested for reliability and validity. The subjects of this study were 87 students in Ma'had Daarut Tahfiz Al-Ikhlas Islamic boarding schools, consist of 66 male students (75.87%) and 21 female students (24.13%). The results showed that there is
more » ... act of academic resilience on subjective well-being of students in Islamic boarding schools. The meaning is, the more academic resilience held by students, the subjective well-being will also increase. And vice versa, if the academic resilience decreases, the level of subjective well-being also decreases. The results of the study are expected to be an input for school stakeholders to increase subjective well-being on their students trough resilience academic.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3408089 fatcat:iba5zfvku5hhlowmx36vnorqrm