DESCRIPTION OF FACTORS AFFECTING YOUTH SEXUAL BEHAVIOR IN CARTINTES ATAMBUA HEALTH VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, BELU DISTRICT, 2020 Ansgaria F. Asa, Imelda F. E. Manurung, Yuliana Radja Riwu. xii + 80 pages +10 attachments
Good adolescent reproductive health can have a good impact and prevent the occurrence of deviations in sexual behavior among adolescents. Report from the Integrated Service Center for the Empowerment of Women and Children (P2TP2A) in Belu Regency in 2019, there were 102 cases of unwanted pregnancy and more cases of unwanted pregnancy in girls aged 15-19 years (P2TP2A, 2019). The purpose of this study was to describe the factors that influence the sexual behavior of adolescents in the Cartintes Atambua Health Vocational School. This type of research is descriptive quantitative. The sampling technique used total sampling with a total of 115 people. The results of the analysis showed a description of the knowledge of the students of SMK Kesehatan Cartintes Atambua about good reproductive health as many as 79 people (68.7%) and less knowledge as many as 36 people (31.3%). The permissive attitude of the Cartintes Atambua Health Vocational School students was 78 people (67.8%) and the non-permissive attitude was 37 people (32.2%). The good role of peers in Cartintes Atambua Health Vocational School students was 100 people (87.0%) and the bad peer roles were 15 people (13.0%). There were 70 people (60.9%) who were not exposed to pornographic media and 45 people (39.1%) were exposed to pornographic media. As many as 113 people (98.3%) had experienced sexual behavior and 2 people who had never had sexual behavior (1.7%). Suggestions for schools can provide materials related to Adolescent Reproductive Health (KRR), hold a Youth Information and Counseling Center (PIK-R) program in schools, and participate in supporting programs run by others related to adolescent problems.
Keywords: Knowledge, Attitudes, Role of Peers, Exposure to Pornography Media, Youth.
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