HUBUNGAN ANTARA PENGENDALIAN DIRI DAN RELIGIUSITAS DENGAN PERILAKU SEKS BEBAS REMAJA

  • Idris Afandi STIT Al Ibrohimy

Abstract

Relation between selfcontrol and Religiusity with Behavior of Adolescent Free Sex in SMPN 1 Klampis, District of Klampis Sub-Province of Bangkalan


Purpose of this research is to know relation between and selfcontrol of religiusity with behavior of adolescent free seks. This research is studied in corelational quantitative. Research Subyek are the students of SMPN 1 Klampis class of VIII Pre-Eminent and Reguler with amount 100 adolescent early consisting of 54 men  and 46 women with age about 12-15 years.


Researcher developes three researches measuring instrument that is selfcontrol scale, Scale of religiusitas behavioral scale and adolescent free sex.


Result of analysis of regretion  express relation which is significant between selfcontroland religiusity with behavior of adolescent free sex.


Result of from three the variable indicate that there are relations between selfcontrol and religiusity with free sex. With coefficient of determinasi ( R Square) equal to 0.207 or 20,7% both the variable influence free sexs and 79,3% influenced by variable which the others. To both of tables is obtained by effective contribution equal to 0. 125 or 12,5 % variable of religiusity influence free sex. While result of selfcontrol of free sex obtained negative relations between selfcontrol with free sex. With correlation coefficient equal to its 0,37,3 meaning of selfcontrol variable enough weaken to predict variable of free sex. At tables of measure association are  obtained by effective contribution equal to 0.13,9 or 13,9% selfcontrol variable influence behavior of students free sex.

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Published
2018-06-30
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AFANDI, Idris. HUBUNGAN ANTARA PENGENDALIAN DIRI DAN RELIGIUSITAS DENGAN PERILAKU SEKS BEBAS REMAJA. AL - IBRAH, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 1, p. 42-65, june 2018. ISSN 2580-0663. Available at: <http://ejournal.stital.ac.id/index.php/alibrah/article/view/40>. Date accessed: 15 dec. 2018.
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