The Relationship of Mother's Parenting Style and the Role of Peers on Dating Behavior of Teenage at Senior High School in Jambi

Novi Berliana
Journal article Journal of Global Research in Public Health • 2017 Indonesia

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(English, 8 pages)

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Background: Dating nowadays becomes life style of teenage and a common thing. Their dating style has tendency on risky behavior. Foundation of Sentra Informasi dan Komunikasi Orang Kito (SIKOK) Jambi conducted a survey of 1.182 students in Senior High School in Jambi yielding that 8% of women claimed to have conducted a conjugal relationship with her boyfriend. Free sex among teenagers is also compounded by the attitude of the parents who began to tend to loose oversight, and a perception that children dating is matter of course. Furthermore, peers may affect adolescent courtship behavior being perceived as influential for behavior modelling and adolescents. Method: The research conducted cross-sectional study. The subjects of the research are 281 students from Senior High School 4 and Senior High School 11 in Jambi City which have or had dating. Data is analyzed using univariate, bivariate with chi square test. Result: From 281 respondents, 113 (72.44%) boys has tendency on risky behavior. Bivariable analysis showed that the role of peers significantly affects the dating behavior of teenage while mother's parenting style does not affect significantly. Conclusion:  The role of bad peers for teenage have risky dating behavior and mother's parenting style does not affect significantly dating behavior for teenage.

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Journal of Global Research in Public Health

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