Journal of Child Development Studies

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EISSN : 2460-2310
Published by: Journal of Consumer Sciences (10.29244)
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, , Muhammad Farid Rochim
Journal of Child Development Studies, Volume 3, pp 44-58; https://doi.org/10.29244/jcds.3.1.44-58

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The purpose of this research is to know the relation between gratitude and social support with the stress of parents who have children in need special. Through random sampling techniques, acquired the subject 30 parents who have children in need specially in Surabaya. This research is the gauge scale gratitude scale, stress and social support scale. Research data were analyzed with regression shows double F = 4.750 and sig = 0.01 means there is a significant relationship between social support and gratitude with the stress of parents who have children in need special. The results of the R square = 0.260 meaning stress parents who have children in need special can be explained by the gratitude and social support of 26%. Next partially gratitude does not correlate with the stress parents of children in need special (partial r = 0.001 with sig = 0.998), and social support proved to be significantly correlated negatively with the stress parents of children in need of special r partial =-0.480 with sig = 0.008
Mahsiani Mina Laili, Herien Puspitawati, Lilik Noor Yuliati
Journal of Child Development Studies, Volume 3, pp 59-69; https://doi.org/10.29244/jcds.3.1.59-69

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Parent-adolescent communication will affect both positive and negative behaviors in adolescents. This study aims to analyze the influence of the characteristics of adolescents and families with parent-adolescent communication, self-esteem, the use of internet, pornography and porn-action.The respondents of the study were teenagers in the age groups of 14-17 years, consisted of 137 respondents in Bogor, selected by using random sampling technique.Parent-adolescent communication consists of daily communication and preventife discussion of pornography and porn-action.Furthermore, adolescent' self-esteem includes both positive and negative perceptions of self among adolescents. The use of the media is focused on the frequency of Internet use for pornography and porn-action behavior including viewing and disseminating porn contents. Data were analyzed with independent sample t-test, and multiple linear regression test. The results showed that female are more open to communicate with parents than male. Male pornography and pornoaction behavior are higher than female. Regression results indicate that preventative discussion of pornography and porn-action of parent-adolescents and internet usage affect the behavior of pornography and porn-action.
Rika Hardani, Dwi Hastuti, Lilik Noor Yuliati
Journal of Child Development Studies, Volume 3, pp 15-27; https://doi.org/10.29244/jcds.3.1.15-27

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The purpose of research is to identify the pornography behavior ofJunior High School student. We used cross-sectional study as research design. Locations were taken by purposive in South Tangerang city conducted in four junior high school. Schools were selected purposively based on the recommendation of the Ministry of Education in South Tangerang. Participants used are 600 children, boys 278 and girls 322 children. Data were collected by questionnaires filled out by participants.The pornography behavior of junior high school student that have been studied are viewing pornographic web, reading books or comics that contain pornographic pictures, hearing or saying things porn, think of things related to pornography. This study also want to know the things that encourage the child to thepornographic behavior and the diference pornography behavior between boys and girls.The results showed that the behavior of pornography on boys is higher than girls. The pornography behavior on boys and girls there are no statistically significant differences (p value = 0:03 *, p <0.05).Key words :pornography behavior, junior high school student, internet influence
, Melly Latifah, Neti Hernawati
Journal of Child Development Studies, Volume 3, pp 28-43; https://doi.org/10.29244/jcds.3.1.28-43

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Academic achievement as one of learning outcome indicator in adolescents influenced by the self and family environment factors. This study was aimed to analyze the effect of child characteristics, family characteristics, parenting style perceived by adolescents, self-efficacy and self regulated learning on adolescents academic achievement. The study used self report method which involved 91 eighth grade students from two junior high schools in Bogor. Data analysis included descriptive analysis and inference analysis (correlation test and linier regression test). Result showed that majority of samples perceived their parent as authoritative (86.8%) followed by authoritarian (11.0%) and permissive (2.2%). The result also showed that majority of samples had medium level in self-efficacy and self regulated learning. More than a half of samples had under average level in academic achievement. Correlation results showed that there were significant and positive relationship between authoritarian parenting style with birth order, family size as well as gender. Self regulated learning were significantly and positively related with authoritative parenting style (r=0.257, p-value<0.05) and self-efficacy (r=0.330, p-value<0.01). Meanwhile, regression results showed a positive effect of academic achievement on father's education (β=0.315, p-value=0.006) and authoritative parenting styles (β=0.259, p-value=0.014), as well as negatively on gender (β=-0.267, p-value=0.014) and permissive parenting style (β=-0.203, p-value=0.039).
Yayang Wtri A Djohari, Neti Hernawati
Journal of Child Development Studies, Volume 3, pp 1-14; https://doi.org/10.29244/jcds.3.1.1-14

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This research aimed to analyze the relationship and influence of children and family characteristic, interaction of peer group, moral development toward agression behavior of school age chidren in Tegal Lega Village, Middle District of Bogor and Empang Village, South District of Bogor. Design of this research was cross sectional study. Population of this reserch were family with school-age late childhood or 4-6 class elementery school. The samples consist 100 children and mothers were chosen by proportional random sampling. The data collected by interview based on questionnaire. Result showed that were significant and negative correlation between moral development with aggression behavior. Meanwhile, result showed that were significant and negative influence between moral development toward aggression behavior. This research was not found influence between child characteristic and peer group interaction toward aggression behavior.
Elien Surya Hadhyastuti, Neti - Hernawati
Journal of Child Development Studies, Volume 2, pp 51-63; https://doi.org/10.29244/jcds.2.2.51-63

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This research aimed to analyze the influence of maternal sensitivity on mother-child attachment, and mother-child attachment on cognitive development. This research was conducted at Kelurahan Empang and Tegallega, Kota Bogor. The samples consist of 100 mothers and their child that were selected by proportional random sampling. The results showed that mother’s education length and maternal sensitivity has positive significant correlation with mother-child attachment. In addition, mother’s education length and income per capita has positive significant correlation with cognitive development. However, family size has negative significant correlation with mother-child attachment and also cognitive development. Child cognitive development was influenced by participation in early childhood education and mother’s education length. This research found that child cognitive development was not influenced by mother-child attachment.
Damara Liana Hermawan, Alfiasari - Alfiasari
Journal of Child Development Studies, Volume 2, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.29244/jcds.2.2.1-10

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The aim of this research was to analyze the influence of mother’s personality and social support on emotional socialization of working mother in rural family. This research was conducted at Ciampea Sub District, Bogor Regency. Design of this research was cross sectional study. The population of this research were working mothers from rural family who had teenager from four chosen junior high schools. The samples consist of 80 working mothers that were chosen by purposive sampling. Result showed that the higher scorees of extraversion and openness of mother’s personality, the higher emotional socialization that was conducted by mother to her teenager. Moreover, openness of mother’s personality consistenly influence on emotional socialization. This result showed that there is a mother’s personality roles toward emotional socialization that conducted by mother to her teenager. This research was not found correlation between social support and emotional socialization.
Naufanni Muthi Aulia, Alfiasari - Alfiasari
Journal of Child Development Studies, Volume 2, pp 11-23; https://doi.org/10.29244/jcds.2.2.11-23

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This study design was cross-sectional study. Examples in this study were teenagers and mothers of three selected junior in Ciampea Sub-district. The number of samples in this study were 100 adolescents and mothers who were selected through cluster random sampling. The results showed the tendency of personality type mostwidely owned mom is conscientiousness that a personality type that thorough, orderly, industrious, diligent, efficient, planners, and think before acting. Positive parenting style dimensions (warmth, regularity, and support independence) has a higher achievement than the dimensions negati f (denial, irregularity, and coercion).Results of the study found no association and the influence of mothers on the independence of adolescent personality. However, the regression test found the influence of mother's personality on mother's nurturing style and only the large family to the independence of rural adolescents.
Bunyanul - Arifin, Endin - Mujahidin, Zainal Abidin Arief
Journal of Child Development Studies, Volume 2, pp 37-50; https://doi.org/10.29244/jcds.2.2.37-50

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The previous study showed that the quality of father-child relationship could predict the quality of family relationship. Father involvement were positively affecting child development. This study aimed to identify father roles on children in Islamic perspective. The study was conducted in Islamic Senior High School in West Jakarta. Five hundreds student from class IX were used in this study, and selected by using cluster random sampling method. Data were collected using in-depth interview and self-report with questionnaire as the tools. Father roles consist of six dimensions: (1) leader, (2) economic provider, (3) protector, (4) educator, (5) playmates, and (6) friend. This study found that father’s role as a leader, economic provider, and protector were the roles that most felt by children. Meanwhile, father’s role as an educator, playmates, and friend were the roles that less felt by children. Based on the result of the study, it is important to provide parenting education programs (training, seminars, and counseling) for parents especially father to enhance father roles in child live
Neneng Dessy Rahayu, Dwi - Hastuti
Journal of Child Development Studies, Volume 2, pp 24-36; https://doi.org/10.29244/jcds.2.2.24-36

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This study aimed to analyze influence of parental acceptance rejection, mother child’s attachment to discipline among preschool age children. The sample criteria of this study are mother as primary caregiver and has child who study in PAUD Mawar and Nurul Fajria, Ciasmara Village, Pamijahan district, Bogor Regency. This study involved 36 families with preschool children, which are chosen purposively. The data were analyzed using chi-square test, Pearson correlation and multiple linear regression. Parental acceptance and discipline classified to low category, the average of mother child’s attachment is classified good. There was a significant positive correlation between mother child attachment with parental acceptance and discipline of children. The result of multiple linear regression showed that there is negative influence between length of mother’s education to child’s discipline, meanwhile there is significant positive influence between income percapita and mother child’s attachment to discipline children.
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