Women's Resilience of Termination of Work in the Covid-19 Pandemic Period on Children's Learning Outcomes

Authors

  • Ngia Masta Universitas Kristen Indonesia
  • Melda Rumia Rosmery Simorangkir Universitas Kristen Indonesia

Keywords:

Resilience, Termination of Women's Employment, Covid-19 Pandemic, Learning Outcomes.

Abstract

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a major impact on various sectors, including health, education, industry, tourism, the economy, and various other sectors. www.kemnaker.go.id November 24, 2020 there are 29.12 million people affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, namely 2.56 million new unemployed due to Covid-19, not working because of Covid-19, 1.77 million people, and experienced a reduction in working hours of 24.03 million people. This study aims to measure the resilience of women who were termination of employment during the Covid-19 pandemic to their children's learning outcomes. The method in this study uses qualitative research methods with a case study approach. Researchers made clear and in-depth observations by collecting data through documentation, interviews and observations. The subjects of this study were students and mothers of termination of employment victims, and teachers also acted as research subjects who helped collect data on student learning outcomes during school from home. The results of the study found that a good mother's mentality had a good impact on student learning outcomes, even though they were in a very complicated situation due to Termination of employment due to the Covid-19 pandemic, mothers were willing to help themselves so that their children were helped both psychologically, physically and cognitively.

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Published

2022-07-28

How to Cite

Ngia Masta, & Melda Rumia Rosmery Simorangkir. (2022). Women’s Resilience of Termination of Work in the Covid-19 Pandemic Period on Children’s Learning Outcomes. International Journal of Recent Innovations in Academic Research, 6(7), 36–41. Retrieved from https://ijriar.com/index.php/ijriar/article/view/439