The Role Of Father And Self Control Against Cyberbullying In Adolescents In Yogyakarta Indonesia
This research study aims to examine the role of fathers and self-control on cyberbullying. This research
involved 238 students in Yogyakarta City (139 female, 99 male, the age range of 12 to 16 years old).
The respondents filled out the scale of fathers’ role, self-control scale, and cyberbullying scale. This
research used a quantitative correlational approach with path analysis technique. Analysis of the main
hypotheses shows that the role of father correlates very significantly with cyberbullying, both directly
and mediated by self-control. The role of fathers is directly correlated with cyberbullying with a
correlation (-0.175). This correlation value is smaller than the correlation value of the role of the father
against cyberbullying mediated by self-control (-0.334). Besides, this study shows the role of fathers
has a positive and very significant correlation with self-control 0.678. Self-control is negatively related
and very significant with cyberbullying (-0.664).