Hubungan Burnout Terhadap Stres, Kebimbangan dan Kemurungan Tentera Payung Terjun 8 RRD (Para), Kem Terendak, Melaka

  • Ahmad Tarmizi Mohd Eusoff Fakulti Pembangunan Manusia, Kampus Sultan Azlan Shah, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Proton City 35900, Perak, Malaysia.
  • Mohammad Aziz Shah Mohamed Arip Fakulti Pembangunan Manusia, Kampus Sultan Azlan Shah, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Proton City 35900, Perak, Malaysia.
Keywords: Burnout, Stres, Kebimbangan dan Kemurungan

Abstract

Matlamat utama kajian ini adalah untuk meneroka hubungan burnout terhadap stres, kebimbangan, dan kemurungan dalam kalangan anggota payung terjun Batalion Ke-8 Rejimen Renjer Diraja, yang ditempatkan di Kem Terendak, Melaka. Kajian ini menggunakan alat psikometrik yang disahkan seperti Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) dan DASS-21 untuk mengukur burnout, stres, kebimbangan dan kemurungan dalam kalangan anggota. Seramai 371 orang anggota pasukan payung terjun menyertai kajian ini. Dapatan kajian menunjukkan terdapat hubungan korelasi positif dan signifikan antara burnout dengan stres, kebimbangan, dan kemurungan dalam kalangan anggota payung terjun Batalion ke-8 Rejimen Renjer Diraja. Berdasarkan ujian Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI), anggota pasukan payung terjun menunjukkan mereka mengalami gejala burnout yang rendah. Manakala keputusan ujian DASS-21 menunjukkan anggota mengalami tahap stress yang normal, kebimbangan yang serdahana dan kemurungan yang ringan. Persekitaran dan bidang kerja yang berisiko mendorong kepada wujudnya tekanan secara fizikal dan mental dalam kalangan anggota tentera payung terjun. Seterusnya menyebabkan gejala burnout terjadi dan ia memberi kesan yang buruk kepada kesejahteraan psikologi anggota tentera payung terjun di Kem Terendak, Melaka. Kajian ini mendedahkan kepentingan pengesanan awal dan strategi intervensi untuk mengesan gejala burnout dalam kalangan pasukan payung terjun. Tambahan pula, penemuan mencadangkan keperluan untuk program kesihatan mental yang komprehensif dalam menghadapi cabaran psikologi yang dihadapi oleh pasukan payung terjun di Malaysia amnya.

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Published
2023-10-31
How to Cite
Eusoff, A. T. and Mohamed Arip, M. A. S. (2023) “Hubungan Burnout Terhadap Stres, Kebimbangan dan Kemurungan Tentera Payung Terjun 8 RRD (Para), Kem Terendak, Melaka”, Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH), 8(10), p. e002549. doi: 10.47405/mjssh.v8i10.2549.
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