Subjective Well-being Description in Women Receiving the Family Hope Programme (Program Keluarga Harapan/PKH)


Subjective well-being is a person’s perception of his life experiences, which consists of cognitive and affective evaluations of life and represents psychological well-being. The purpose of this study was to determine subjective well-being in women who received the Hope Family Programme. The research subjects were 80 women who received the Hope Family Programme in Blitar. The sampling technique used was quota sampling. Data analysis was done using quantitative descriptive analysis. The results of the analysis showed that 47.75% women who received the Hope Family Programme had a high positive effect, 52.5% had a low positive effect, 52.5% had a high negative affect, and 47.5% had a low negative effect. However, high life satisfaction was 52.5% and low life satisfaction was 47.5%.

Keywords: Family Hope Programme, subjective well-being

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