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PALLIATIVE IDEOLOGY: THE ROLE OF THE JUSTIFYING BELIEF SYSTEM, BELIEF IN A JUST WORLD AND IDEOLOGY CONSERVATIVE TO SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING OF WORKERS OUTSOURCING
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Abstract
Someone adopts an ideology because ideology will help psychological needs, interpret and regulate the social world around him. In other words, ideology will help shape the right attitudes, values and societal goals and how to achieve them, so that individuals will be able to understand, predict and even rationalize the rules of society. This study examines the relationship between the system of justifying belief, belief in a just world and conservative ideology on subjective well-being in outsourced workers. A total of 321 outsourced workers currently employed at the company participated in this study. The results showed that the system of justifying belief, belief in a just world and conservative ideology correlated positively and significantly to cognitive subjective well-being aspects. While the affective aspects of subjective well-being were not found to be correlated. This is because the measurement of the affective aspect is more influenced by individual personality. This research indirectly illustrates the palliative function of ideology in helping disadvantaged groups (low economic status) in the face of inequality so that those who are disadvantaged by the system continue to recognize that socio-economic differences are legitimate and fair (support the status quo).
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Isti. Istiqomah
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