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    Konseling Multikultural Di Abad-21
    (wahyu sari yeni, 2019-04-24) Wibowo, Mungin Eddy
    The multicultural counseling movement is a revolutionary force that has clearly become the center of attention in the counseling profession. Multicultural counseling and therapy have continued to develop over the past year due to the complex and rapid changes in society around the world. Multiculturalism blows very hard along with the wave of globalization that swept the world in the 21st century. The Wave of globalization that is spurred by information technology has even given birth, not only the world culture but also cyberculture. Society and the nation of Indonesia is part of global life that is inseparable from the wave of social and cultural changes that occur, namely the process of democratization which includes human rights, the rapid development of science and technology, especially information technology, and the influence of global culture on culture local, national culture of Indonesia. Indonesian society is multicultural so it should be a multicultural ground in the world of counseling in Indonesia counseling. Therefore, multicultural insight is a challenge and demand for future counselors in the 21st-century. Multiculturalism is the recognition of cultural pluralism that needs to be preserved as a treasure of humanity's cultural wealth. Because there is recognition, the diverse cultures live parallel in harmony and tolerance. 21st-century professional counselors in conducting multicultural counseling are important to understand the effects of cultural values, beliefs, behaviors, and other matters on clients from different cultural backgrounds in an effort to build relationships and understand each other. Counselors should seek cultural competence so that counselors will be able to form strong working relationships with clients so as to obtain good counseling results. Multicultural competence can be defined as the extent to which a counselor is actively involved in the process of self-awareness, gain knowledge, and apply skills in working with diverse individuals. In the age of diversity and globalization, the development of cultural competence becomes important as a set of successful adaptive skills within a person's environment. An effective counselor is indispensable in a multicultural society in the 21st-century because there will be a competition between professions to win public confidence. The 21st-century perspective on school counseling is at the core of a new vision of the counseling profession. Advocacy is an action to empower individuals or groups through actions that enhance self-efficacy, remove barriers to services needed, and encourage systemic change. The effectiveness of a counselor is not only enough to master concepts, theories, and counseling techniques, but the basic is the quality of personality with "wisdom". Wisdom is needed by counselors, especially in multicultural counseling in an effort to create an intimate relationship with clients
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    Career Chioces Of Rural And Urban Youth
    (wahyu sari yeni, 2019-04-24) Rahima, Raja; Devianti, Rika; Sari, Suci Lia; Hasgimianti, Hasgimianti; Donal, Donal; Sujadi, Eko; Subhan, Mhd
    The study was conducted in rural and urban areas uses descriptive quantitative approach. This article discusses the age of becoming aware of career, career direction, and factors affecting the careers of rural and urban youth. The dominant rural youth have begun planning careers at 16-19 years old by 60%, 6-10 years old by 15%, and 1-5 years old from 11% of 115 respondents. Urban youth have planned careers at 6- 10 years old as many as 22%, 11-15 years old as many as 23%, and 1-5 years old as many as 6% of 51 respondents. (2) dominant rural youth have chosen to work in the office as much as 26%, 20% teachers, 13% medical personnel and the rest have chosen careers with considerable variation with a small percentage. Urban youths generally have chosen 27% of the job as doctors, 21% of entrepreneurs, and 10% of lecturers, and the rest have chosen careers with considerable variation with a small percentage. Factors that have affected both types of respondents in choosing a career are childhood ideals and parental attitudes. Rural youth have been slower in career planning than urban youth. This type of rural adolescent career is more work-oriented office, teachers, and medical personnel, while urban youth is more oriented to the profession of doctors, businessmen, and lecturers. Recommendations for counselors: rural youth need information and consulting services for early career recognition, urban youth need career maturity through placement and consultancy services.