NARSISME DITINJAU DARI HARGA DIRI PADA PENGGUNA FACEBOOK SISWA SMA

Authors

  • Lenny Kwek
  • Sri Hartini
  • Yulinda S. Manurung

Keywords:

self-esteem, narcissism

Abstract

This study was conducted to assess the relationship between self-esteem and narcissism, with the hypothesis that there is a negative relationship between self-esteem and narcissism, assuming the higher self-esteem, the lower the level of narcissism, and vice versa. This study consisted of 114 high school students as subjects chosen by the purposive sampling method. The Likert scale is used to assess the variables of self-esteem and narcissism, followed by analysis prerequisite tests (assumption tests) such as the normality test and the relationship linearity test. Next, with SPSS 18 for Windows, a Product Moment correlation test was performed. The results of the analysis showed a correlation coefficient (r) of 0.444 with a p value of 0.000 (p <0.05), which indicates a relationship between self-esteem and narcissism. This study states that self-esteem variables affect the level of narcissism by 19.7 percent and another 80.3 percent are influenced by other factors such as social media addiction, parenting patterns, self-control and the social media using impact. The results obtained indicate that the hypothesis of this study is accepted, namely the relationship between self-esteem and narcissism.

Published

2020-02-26