The Relationship of Religiosity with Resilience of Adult-Assisted Residents in Community Institutions
Hanik Endang Nihayati, Rifky Fauzi Maulida, Erna Dwi Wahyuni.
The judicial process is able to create stress and anxiety for people who pass through it. Some conditions of prisoners who are just undergoing detention are vulnerable to stress, anxiety that leads to suicide. The purpose of this study is to analyze the relationship between religiosity and resilience in penitentiaries. The design of this study was cross-sectional. The total population in this study was 1195, with a target population of 437, and an affordable population of 137 fostered residents was obtained by simple random sampling. The independent variable is religiosity. The dependent variable is resilience. The instrument in this study used the religiosity questionnaire and Brief Resilience Scale (BRS), and the data were analyzed with Spearmen's Rho. Respondents with moderate religiosity and resilience were 118 (90.1%) WBP, and low religiosity and resilience were 11 WBP. There is a relationship between religiosity and resilience in prisons (p=0.000; r=0.845). There is a strong relationship between religiosity and resilience of fostered adults. Therefore the clinic nurse can continue to help the WBP to continue to motivate and help to reduce the anxiety, social, and physical conditions experienced by the WBP when they first enter prison.