Mediation of Social Skills on The Relationship between Tasawuf Values and Coping Strategy


Coping strategy define as how individuals respond to the problems as well manage the emotion and behavior when face the problems. Based on literature review, coping strategy is affected by religious aspect, which one of that is tasawuf values. There are still less research which showed how tasawuf values (illahiyyah, insaniyyah, and ‘alamiyyah) contribute to coping strategy. The purpose of this research is to find out mediation effect of social skills on the relationship between tasawuf values and coping strategy. This research use convenience technique sampling which sample has been collected is 148 students who has studied tasawuf course in the university. Data analysis which used in this study is conditional effect analysis with simple mediation model. Results showed that social skills partially mediated the relationship between tasawuf values and coping strategy with c’1 = 0.3000, p = 0.000. This findings emphasized the urgency of understanding tasawuf value for students in order to enhance social skills which eventually affect coping strategy.

Keywords: Tasawuf Value, Social Skills, Coping Strategy

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