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Konflik Peran dan Perundungan (Bullying) di Tempat Kerja: Studi Meta-analisis

Ika Adita Silviandari
  Mediapsi, Vol 4, No 2 (2018),  58-67  


This study examines the relationship between role conflict and workplace bullying through meta-analysis technique. A total of 11 research articles and 20 research data were studied based on the inclusion criteria of this study and analyzed to find correlations between both variables. The results showed the correlation between role conflict and workplace bullying with r=0.34. From the results, it can be said that significant correlation between role conflict and workplace bullying do exist. The estimated correlation value of this study is consistent with previous meta-analysis studies in similar topic.

Penelitian ini bertujuan menguji hubungan antara konflik peran dan perundungan (bullying) di tempat kerja melalui teknik meta–analisis. Sebanyak 11 artikel penelitian dan 20 data penelitian diteliti berdasarkan kriteria inklusi dan kemudian dianalisis untuk menemukan korelasi antara kedua variabel tersebut. Hasil meta-analisis menunjukkan bahwa terdapat hubungan antara konflik peran dan perundungan di tempat kerja dengan nilai r=0.34. Hasil ini bermakna bahwa terdapat hubungan positif yang signifikan antara konflik peran dan perundungan di tempat kerja. Estimasi nilai korelasi penelitian ini sejalan dan konsisten dengan penelitian meta-analisis sebelumnya dengan topik serupa.


meta-analysis; role conflict; workplace bullying

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