Confirmatory Factor Analyze: Pre Marital Sexual Prevention By Adolescent In Jember District
Iis Rahmawati, Dewi Suminar Retno, Oedoyo Soedirham, Pingky Saptandari, Ahsan
Introduction: Adolescents are at risk in society because there are various changes in adolescents, namely changes in physical, emotional and social. Physical changes experienced by adolescents are puberty, which is an increase in hormones and psychological changes are high curiosity, like adventure and dare to take risks without thinking long and social change is adolescents easily influenced by the outside environment, one of the effects of these changes will cause problems teenage sexual behavior is at risk. Methods: The study sample was 229 students in six high schools in Jember Regency. The study used a multistage random sampling technique. Adolescent character variables include refusing skills, increasing religiosity, avoiding pornographic media, promotion of sexual health, improving parent-teen relationships. Data analysis using Confirmatory Factor Analyze (CFA) with data estimation parameters using software (Analysis of Moment Structures (AMOS) version 21). Results:p-value of premarital sexual prevention parameters by adolescents to refuse skills (0,000), p-value of premarital sexual prevention parameters by adolescents to increase religiosity (0,000), p-value of premarital sexual prevention parameters by adolescents to avoid pornography (0,000), p-value of premarital sexual prevention parameters by adolescents to sexual health promotion (0,000), p-value for prevention parameters of premarital sex by adolescents to improve parent-teen relationship (0,000). The fit value of the model in the comparative fit index (CFI) (1,000). Conclusion: refusing skills, increasing religiosity, avoiding pornography media, sexual health promotion, increasing adolescent parenting relations were stated to be significant as a measure of the construct of adolescent personal factors and the resulting CFI fit index value was 1,000, indicating that the model is fit, this means premarital sexual prevention by adolescents can be formed through refusing skills, increasing religiosity, avoiding pornographic media, promoting sexual health, enhancing parent-adolescent relationships.