HUBUNGAN ANTARA WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT DAN WORK-FAMILY BALANCE DENGAN KEPUASAN PERNIKAHAN PADA ISTRI YANG MENJALANI DUAL-EARNER FAMILY

  • Adriana Soekandar Ginanjar Universitas Indonesia
  • Indira Primasari Universitas Indonesia
  • Rizqika Rahmadini Universitas Indonesia
  • Rima Woro Astuti Universitas Indonesia
Keywords: dual-earner family, kepuasan pernikahan, wanita bekerja, work-family balance, work-family conflict

Abstract

Kepuasan pernikahan pada pasangan yang menjalani dual-earner family memiliki tantangan yang besar, terutama bagi istri, akibat tingginya stress yang bersumber dari pekerjaan maupun pernikahan dan keluarga. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis hubungan work-family conflict dan work-family balance terhadap kepuasan pernikahan pada istri yang menjalani dual earner family. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan kuantitatif dengan desain cross-sectional. Kepuasan pernikahan diukur menggunakan Couple Satisfaction Index, work-family conflict diukur dengan menggunakan Work-Family Conflict Scale, sementara work-family balance diukur dengan Work-Family Balance Scale. Responden dalam penelitian ini adalah 181 istri yang merupakan pegawai penuh waktu di Jabodetabek, dipilih dengan teknik convenience sampling. Teknik korelasi Pearson digunakan sebagai metode dalam melakukan pengujian hipotesis. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa work-family conflict berhubungan negatif secara signifikan dengan kepuasan pernikahan, terutama dalam dimensi work-intervening with family (r=-0,346; p<0,01). Sementara itu, terdapat korelasi yang positif antara work-family balance dengan kepuasan pernikahan pada istri dalam dual-earner family (r=0,294; p<0,01). Penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa menjalankan peran sebagai pekerja, istri, dan ibu dalam waktu yang bersamaan bukan hal yang mudah dan dapat menurunkan kepuasan pernikahan.

Author Biographies

Adriana Soekandar Ginanjar, Universitas Indonesia

Fakultas Psikologi, Universitas Indonesia, Terakreditasi A

Indira Primasari, Universitas Indonesia

Fakultas Psikologi, Universitas Indonesia, Terakreditasi A

Rizqika Rahmadini, Universitas Indonesia

Fakultas Psikologi, Universitas Indonesia, Terakreditasi A

Rima Woro Astuti, Universitas Indonesia

Fakultas Psikologi, Universitas Indonesia, Terakreditasi A

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Published
2020-05-01
How to Cite
Ginanjar, A. S., Primasari, I., Rahmadini, R., & Astuti, R. W. (2020). HUBUNGAN ANTARA WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT DAN WORK-FAMILY BALANCE DENGAN KEPUASAN PERNIKAHAN PADA ISTRI YANG MENJALANI DUAL-EARNER FAMILY. Jurnal Ilmu Keluarga & Konsumen, 13(2), 112-124. https://doi.org/10.24156/jikk.2020.13.2.112