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    THE EFFECT OF KNOWLEDGE ABOUT ADOLESCENT REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH ON PRE MARITAL SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR IN INDONESIA

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    The objective of this study is to identify the effect of knowledge about adolescent reproductive health andsexual behaviour before marriage to marriage among adolescents in Indonesia. This study uses secondary datafrom the Youth Development Plan performance indicators survey conducted in 33 provinces in Indonesia. Thenumber of sample of this survey was 23,619 respondents conducted on adolescent women and men with an agelimit between 15–24 years. Units of samples used in the analysis of all unmarried women and men. This researchis an explanatory research which is multiple regression analysis. The use of multiple regression analysis is to testthe effect of independent variables on the dependent variable. The findings of this study demonstrate knowledgeof reproductive health influencing on sexual behaviour in adolescents in Indonesia. The findings of the studyindicate that the variable of reproductive health knowledge is a variable that affects significantly pre maritalsexual behaviour

    THE PRACTICE OF EIGHT FAMILY FUNCTIONS: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN RURAL AND URBAN AGING FAMILIES IN INDONESIA

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    The family is essential in improving the older adults’ quality of life, where the family's role can be reflected in the eight family function practices: 1) Religious; 2) Sociocultural; 3) Love; 4) Protection; 5) Reproductive; 6) Socio-education; 7) Economic; and 8) Environmental. This study aimed to determine the differences in family function practices among aging families in rural and urban areas. Data were analyzed using Cross-Tabulation with the Chi-Square and Independent T-test from a sample of 12,391 aging families in the 2019 Program Accountability Performance Survey. The results of the Independent T-test p<0.001 indicate a significant difference in implementing each family function between aging families in urban and rural areas. Despite both regions' low index scores for eight family function practices, aging families in the urban area practice slightly better than aging families in the rural. The characteristics that distinguished the implementation of family functions in urban and rural areas were educational and economic factors. In aging families, economic and love functions are most commonly performed in rural and urban areas, whereas reproductive and educational functions are the least performed. This research suggests intensively socializing about the eight family functions and educating on the importance of reproductive and educational functions in improving the quality of life in aging families

    Pengaruh Pengetahuan Remaja tentang NAPZA dan HIV serta Pengetahuan Orang Tua tentang Program Pembangunan Keluarga terhadap Perilaku Penggunaan NAPZA pada Remaja

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    The rapid increasing flow of globalization causes young people (including adolescent) experience various challenges in life. The present research proposes the role of demographic factors of young people and their family, young people’s knowledge on drug abuse and HIV, and family’s knowledge about family development program in drug using among young people. This study used secondary analysis of the 2017 Survey of Population, Family Planning and Family Development Program Performance, National Medium Term Development Plan Year 2017 (KKBPK RPJMN 2017) which was designed to produce parameter in Provincial and National levels.The unit of analysis was young people aged 15-24 years who have never been married in Indonesia. Logistic regression was applied to analyze the inferential statistics. Results indicate that the risk factors of young people which make them more likely to use drug are living in urban area, between the ages of 20-24 years, male, having low education level, having moderate drug abuse and HIV knowledge indexes. The family contexts examining the risk factors are family whose head was under 40 years of age, single-parent family, family whose head was female, family with moderate to high educational level, low level of family’s wealth, and high family development program index

    Hubungan pola asuh dengan kejadian stunting (rekomendasi pengendaliannya di Kabupaten Lebong)

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    Background: Lebong is the third highest district (34.4%) of stunting cases in Bengkulu Province, where the percentage of children under five is very short (11.8%) in Bengkulu2. The purpose of this study was to analyze the associated of parenting to stunting to children with ages 6-59 months and its control recommendation in Lebong district. Method: The type of research used was observational analytic, case control study design and purposive sampling technique. The population is mother and children with ages 6-59 months in August 2018. Quantitative data analysis (univariate and bivariate). Results: Stunting respondents in Lebong district had a history of parenting: non exclusive breastfeeding (55.20%), time for complementary feeding <6 months (55.20%), used poor health services (72.40%), low level of maternal knowledge (67.20%), poor environmental sanitation (77.60%) & poor psychosocial stimulation (94.80%). There was a relationship (P value <0.05) between history of breastfeeding, time of giving complementary feeding, utilization of health services, level of knowledge of mother, environmental sanitation, psychosocial stimulation to stunting in Lebong. Conclusion: Three factors dominant of parenting have influence to stunting in Lebong are utilization of health services, level of mother knowledge and psychosocial stimulation. The model of controled stunting risk factors in Lebong can be done through family empowerment aimed at the individual, community and health service levels.   Keywords: lebong, model, parenting style, stuntin

    Studi Literature Pengetahuan Sikap dan Perilaku Orang Tua tentang Pemberian Makanan Bayi dan Anak (PMBA) Sesuai Tahapan pada 1000 Hari Pertama Kehidupan dalam Deteksi Resiko Stunting di Kalimantan Tengah

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    One of the problems nutrition in Indonesia becomes the main concern when it is problem malnutrition in children under five gold is 1000 the first days of life (HPK). The stunting is still relatively high in Indonesia. And risk factors cause knowledge attitude and behavior in parents in giving food to fives and children (PMBA). This disruption influences mental and physical growth and the development of intelligence and cognition. This has children get nutrition intake as where should. 1000 HPK success is evident in nutritional status of sufficiency for children, in mark with growth and development by age physical and cognitive. Research objectives knowing a literature review of knowledge attitudes and behavior of parents of feeding infants and children (PMBA) 1000 according to the stage in the first days of life to decrease the risk of stunting in Central Kalimantan. The study results showed that the weight born and size of born the son are determined by the fulfillment of nutrients family when pregnant. Women born weighing low have a significant risk to be a mother who is stunted so that it will tend to give birth to a son with the weight of low birth as he does. Babies born with a stunted mom could be adult female who has stunted and will form the same cycle as before. Hence the importance of maintaining nutrition in the program, micro and macro, when pregnant mother and child after birth
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