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According to Miller in Afrina and Hasanah (2019) explains that interpersonal communication is one of communication that takes place in harmony, in which each communicator can act as a communicator or communicator alternately and is covered in very deep psychological dynamics face to face.
In more detail, Hovland in Afrina and Hasanah (2019) defines interpersonal communication as a state of interaction when someone sends feedback to make changes to the behavior of other people during face-to-face meetings.
De Vito in Khasanah (2016) suggests that interpersonal communication will occur if there are two parties who send and respond directly to messages from one party to another.
Siergar, et al (2021) stated that interpersonal communication is a process of exchanging information between at least two people where in this process one immediately knows the response. Research by Panchal, Mukherjee, and Kumar (2016) on students shows that there is a significant positive effect between interpersonal communication and subjective well-being.
Huna’s research (2012) states that students experience unhappiness marked by various negative emotional upheavals, withdraw from families and groups and experience many problems both at home and at school.
Other problems seen in SMK X students in Tanjung Morawa such as students feeling disliked, rejected or not cared for by others; being pessimistic, like belittling other people, lack of ability in speaking for example difficult to respond to what other people are talking about, difficulty opening communication with others, and lack of empathy for the teacher as shown by chatting alone during learning activities.
A. THEORETICAL STUDY
According to Suyanto (2015) interpersonal communication is the process of delivering messages from one individual to another.
According to this understanding, it is associated with the exchange of information that has meaning and must bring results between the people involved in the communication.
Iriantara and Syaripudin (2013) explain that interpersonal communication is basically a process that uses messages to create meaning within oneself.
This intrapersonal communication takes place when we think about, consider, evaluate, and examine our interactions with other people. Interpersonal communication is defined as sending messages between two or more individuals.
The effectiveness of interpersonal communication is found in interpersonal relationships that are intertwined with three factors, namely mutual trust, supportive attitudes, and open attitudes (Engkoswara and Aan, 2015).
According to Noberta in Utomo and Harmiyanto (2016) defining interpersonal communication is communication that is carried out face-to-face which allows the communicator to know the reaction and response of the communicant and helps to know the message conveyed by the other person not only verbally but also non-verbally.
Dahnia in Utomo and Harmiyanto (2016) has interpersonal communication skills defined as the ability to interact verbally and non-verbally in each individual that is used to convey messages or information and provide an understanding to recipients of messages or information.
De Vito in Irawan (2017) suggests that there are five aspects in interpersonal communication, namely openness, empathy, supportiveness, positiveness, equality.
Surya in Ghufron and Rini (2014), interpersonal communication is influenced by factors namely openness, empathy, support, positivity, balance, confidence, freshness, interaction management, and disclosure.
Suranto in Hilmi and Pd (2015) suggests that the factors that affect interpersonal communication are classified into two, namely situation centered perspective and person centered perspective.
B. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
The sample of this research was students of class X, XI and XII at SMK X in Tanjung Morawa, totaling 192 people. By using a sampling technique that is stratified random sampling technique. The research instrument used was a scale processed using percentage techniques.
C. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
Results The results of the linearity test of interpersonal communication variables with subjective well-being show that both are linearly correlated, as indicated by the Linearity coefficient of F = 11.417 with p = 0.01 (p <0.05).
The results of the regression analysis show that the variables of interpersonal communication and self-esteem simultaneously affect the subjective well-being of students, as indicated by the coefficient F = 12,714 with p < 0.05
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