Hubungan Father-Child Relationship dengan Pengambilan Keputusan Merokok pada Remaja

Leonita, Eunike Christianty (2019) Hubungan Father-Child Relationship dengan Pengambilan Keputusan Merokok pada Remaja. [Undergraduate thesis]

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In the family, father is an identical figure as a breadwinner. But, because of this role, interaction between father and child become limited. In fact, fathers who have teenagers need to establish closer relationships with children through the interactions they do, because in this phase, children are easily to be exposed by various risky behaviors and one of them is smoking. For this reason, the research is conducted to look at other roles of fathers who can influence teenagers’ to make decision making for smoking. In this study, two measuring instruments were used. First is Parental Environment Questionnaire which has been modified to measure father-child relationship and Questionnaire of Decision Making for Smoking to measure aspects of adolescent smoking decision making. Respondents for this study were 114 adolescents who are smokers aged 13-19 years that spread in the Surabaya. From the results, it can be known that there is a significant relationship between father-child relationship with decision making on adolescence (p = 0.038 and r = -0.194) which shows that the higher the father-child relationship, the lower the decision to smoke. From this research too, it can be seen that a good father-child relationship can help children to avoid smoking decision making on adolescents. It is expected that in the next study it can consider other environmental dimensions in explaining the smoking decision making of adolescents.

Item Type: Undergraduate thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords: Father-child relationship, decision making for smoking, adolescent
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology
Depositing User: Masyhur 196042
Date Deposited: 16 Jul 2019 03:03
Last Modified: 16 Jul 2019 03:03

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