Ellif, Lintang Alviana
IDENTIFICATION OF AUTHORIZED AGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR OF VERBAL STUDENTS IN CLASS VIII IN SLB WIYATA DHARMA IV GODEAN, SLEMAN.
S1 thesis, Yogyakarta State University.
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This study aims to describe the verbal aggressive behavior of autistic students which includes triggers of verbal aggressive behavior, forms of verbal aggressive behavior, and the consequences that autistic students receive over verbal aggressive behavior given by the teacher.
This study uses a descriptive type of research with the subject of a class VIII autistic student at Wiyata Dharma IV SLB, Godean, Sleman and two informants namely a class VIII teacher and a substitute teacher. Data collection techniques used are observation and interview. The data analysis used is descriptive-qualitative data analysis.
Based on the results of the research identification of aggressive behavior of autistic students it is known that 1) verbal aggressive behavior of class VIII autistic students can be triggered by a) psychological factors namely feelings of irritability and anger at friend ridicule, b) social factors that include frustration, provocation of aggressive behavior direct, and imitation, c) environmental factors d) situational factors. 2) Aggressive behavior arises in the form of intrumental / proactive aggression consisting of shouting, shouting, grumbling, and saying inappropriate behavior and reactive aggression consists of yelling, mocking, and cursing. 3) The consequences given by the teacher in the form of negative reinforcement are reprimand, postponement of tasks, and positive warning and reinforcement by giving advice about good and bad behavior to do.
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