Internalisasi Pendidikan Seks Terhadap Anak Pekerja Migran di Kabupaten Blitar

Jurnal Antropologi: Isu-Isu Sosial Budaya

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Title Internalisasi Pendidikan Seks Terhadap Anak Pekerja Migran di Kabupaten Blitar
INTERNALISASI PENDIDIKAN SEKS TERHADAP ANAK PEKERJA MIGRAN DI KABUPATEN BLITAR
 
Creator Anggraini, Luvi Mei
Irawan, Irawan
Gita Purwasih, Joan Hesti
 
Subject Cultural Studies; Social Problems; Development and Enviromental Studies
Role dysfunction; sex education; understanding of children.
Sociology
Socio-cultural
 
Description Social changes that make society can influence the apparatus. Social changes have an impact on families in Indonesia. The narrower the workforce is coupled with the increasing needs of the family, the older the migrant worker works. As a result, the roles and functions of the family do not work properly. The impact is that the children commit juvenile delinquency. Like it or not, parents still guide their children and understand sexual education so that children do not engage in deviant behavior. This research method uses descriptive qualitative methods. The research focuses on how migrant workers instill sex education in children. There were six informants including 3 migrant workers and 3 migrant workers. Data techniques are observation and open interviews. The results of this study indicate that each migrant worker has a way of imparting sexual education to children. Differences in the cultivation of character education are motivated by several factors. One of them is the cultural factor of the country where the parents work. Furthermore, the acceptance of children in sex education and its application is almost similar. Children still maintain the limits of norms that apply in society.
Social changes that make society can influence the apparatus. Social changes have an impact on families in Indonesia. The narrower the workforce is coupled with the increasing needs of the family, the older the migrant worker works. As a result, the roles and functions of the family do not work properly. The impact is that the children commit juvenile delinquency. Like it or not, parents still guide their children and understand sexual education so that children do not engage in deviant behavior. This research method uses descriptive qualitative methods. The research focuses on how migrant workers instill sex education in children. There were six informants including 3 migrant workers and 3 migrant workers. Data techniques are observation and open interviews. The results of this study indicate that each migrant worker has a way of imparting sexual education to children. Differences in the cultivation of character education are motivated by several factors. One of them is the cultural factor of the country where the parents work. Furthermore, the acceptance of children in sex education and its application is almost similar. Children still maintain the limits of norms that apply in society.
 
Publisher Universitas Andalas
 
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Date 2021-06-07
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

descriptive qualitative methods
Observation; Interview
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://jurnalantropologi.fisip.unand.ac.id/index.php/jantro/article/view/588
10.25077/jantro.v23.n1.p58-65.2021
 
Source Jurnal Antropologi: Isu-Isu Sosial Budaya; Vol 23, No 1 (2021): (June); 58-65
Jurnal Antropologi: Isu-Isu Sosial Budaya; Vol 23, No 1 (2021): (June); 58-65
2355-5963
1410-8356
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://jurnalantropologi.fisip.unand.ac.id/index.php/jantro/article/view/588/167
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Luvi Mei Anggraini, Irawan Irawan, Joan Hesti Gita Purwasih
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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