PENGUJIAN CONFIRMATORY FACTOR ANAYSIS ALAT UKUR UWESSS VERSI INDONESIA

Santi Yudhistira Yudhistira, Sri Tiatri, Heni Mularsih
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Penelitian ini merupakan pengujian confirmatory factor analysis alat ukur academic engagement yaitu Utrecht Work Engagement Scale Student Survey (UWES-SS) 17 ke dalam versi Indonesia. Academic engagement merupakan sikap positif dan fulfilling dalam pekerjaan yang kaitan dengan pikiran mahasiswa yang dikarakteristikan oleh vigor, dedication, dan absorption. Data diambil pada 164 orang mahasiswa Fakultas Psikologi disalah satu universitas negeri di Tangerang Selatan dengan sampel acak. Academic engagement merupakan materi pengembangan dari work engagement yang telah diadaptasi ke dalam berbagai bahasa dari berbagai negara dan diukur dengan grup sample yang berbeda pula. Proses adaptasi dan pengembangan alat ukur UWES-SS 17 terdiri dari tahapan: 1) translation, 2) back translation, 3) adaptasi bahasa sesuai dengan kesesuaian bahasa Indonesia yang baik dan benar, 4) face validity, 5) content validity, 6) pengumpulan data, 7) pengolahan data berupa Uji Model CFA dengan menggunakan software M-Plus 7, dan 8) melakukan analisis data. Berdasarkan uji CFA model I (first order) didapatkan hasil vigor (P.value 0.2728, CFI 0.993, TLI 0.985, RMSEA 0.039), dedication (P.value 0.7781, CFI 1.000, TLI 1.014 RMSEA 0.000), absorption (P.value 0.9216, CFI 1.000, TLI 1.057, RMSEA 0.000) dan hasil uji model 2 (second order) terhadap alat ukur UWES-SS 17. Kedua model dan ketiga dimensi dikatakan fit dan bekerja sesuai dengan teori academic engagement. maka didapatkan hasil P.value 0.0737, CFI 0.982, TLI 0.977, RMSEA 0.035. Berdasarkan hasil uji CFA tersebut dapat disimpulkan bahwa dari 17 butir pernyataan yang diajukan kepada partisipan, maka 16 butir dinyatakan signifikan, dan satu butir yang tidak signifikan. Dengan demikian, UWES-SS merupakan alat ukur yang representatif dan efisien untuk mengukur academic engagement pada kalangan mahasiswa.

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Kata kunci: UWES-SS 17, Academic Engagement, Confirmatory Factor Analysis, Mahasiswa

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