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Model for Prevention of Risk Sexual Behavior Adolescents in Manado, Indonesia

Hidayat, Abdul Aziz Alimul Model for Prevention of Risk Sexual Behavior Adolescents in Manado, Indonesia. Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences, 14 (14). ISSN 1996-7195

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        Abstract

        Background: Teenagers are susceptible to high-risk sexual behavior which impact negatively on their health. Based on data of 1,970 individuals in urban and rural communities released by the Indonesia Demography and Health Survey in 2017, 0,9% of young females aged 15-19 years, 2,6% of young females aged 20-24 years, 3,6% of young males aged 15-19 years, and 14,0% of young males aged 20-24 years have had premarital sex. In North Sulawesi, especially Manado, 6,8% of young females aged 14-19 had masturbated, 67,3% had kissed, 14,3% had given sexual stimulation and 6,7% of young females have had sexual intercourse. Meanwhile, for young males in Manado 67,8% had masturbated, 62,8% had kissed, 36,4% had given sexual stimulation and 25,6% have had sexual intercourse. Aim: To analyze a model to prevent risky sexual behavior in adolescents in the city of Manado. Method: The researchers applied a quantitative based cross sectional research design. The sample size was made up of 94 adolescents aged 10-20 years old. The data were collected using questionnaires. The researcher used Guttman Scale for 1 question about reproductive health education, Likert Scale for 12 questions about self-efficacy (strongly agree, agree, disgaree, strongly disagree), Likert Scale for 15 questions about parenting (very frequently, frequently, rarely, never), Likert Scale for 12 questions about commitment (strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree), and Likert Scale for 20 questions about prevention of risky sexual behavior (very frequently, frequently, rarely, never). The result of the validity and reliability testing showed that the corrected item-total correlation value < 0,514. Result: The result of the Chi Square test showed P Value<0,05, which meant that reproductive health education, self-efficacy, parenting and commitment significantly influenced risky sexual behavior. The result of logistic regression showed that commitment variable with Exp B=4,077 was significant which mostly influenced the prevention of high-risk sexual behavior and is determined by reproductive health education, self-efficacy and parenting. Conclusion: To prevent risky sexual behavior, people need to improve their commitment related to reproductive health education, self-efficacy, and good parenting.

        Item Type: Article
        Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
        Divisions: Jurnal > Fakultas Ilmu Kesehatan
        Depositing User: ABDUL AZIZ ALIMUL HIDAYAT
        Date Deposited: 29 Jun 2020 13:21
        Last Modified: 14 Sep 2020 12:50
        URI: http://repository.um-surabaya.ac.id/id/eprint/4163

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