Adversity Quotient In Early Childhood Post-Covid 19: Analysis Of The Role Of Parents

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Daviq Chairilsyah , Rita Kurnia , Zetra Hainul Putra


The purpose of this study was to analyse the level of adversity quotient for early childhood after covid 19 pandemic and the role of parents in increasing this quotient of their children. This study was conducted in Pekanbaru, Riau Province, Indonesia. The sample of this study consisted of 410 early childhood children and 410 parents in three selected public kindergartens. Data were analysed using descriptive quantitative with the help of IBM SPSS Ver.23. Based on the results of the study, it is known that the adversity quotient of early childhood is in the high category. The study indicates that the dimension of reach has the highest percentage, while the lowest dimension is origin and ownership. However, all dimensions do not have a significant difference because all dimensions are in the high category.  The t-test results show there is no significant difference in the adversity quotient between male and female students. Nonetheless, children's high adversity quotient is in line with the role of parents. The findings suggest that the role of parents in increasing the child's adversity quotient is classified as good.  The highest indicator is the role of parents on the dimension of endurance, and the lowest is the role of parents on the dimension of control. However, overall there is no significant difference in each indicator of the role of parents because all indicators are in good categories.

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