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Determinants of women's employment participation who have toddler in East Java during the Covid-19 pandemic

Atma Sari; Devanto Shasta Pratomo; Nurul Badriyah

Published: November 2022   Journal: Journal of International Conference Proceedings

The current COVID-19 pandemic situation has had an unfavorable impact on Indonesia's employment issues, especially women's employment. Women's work participation is needed to help improve the family's economy during the pandemic. The presence of toddler the household will affect a woman's decision to enter the labor market, because women are faced with a choice between raising children or working. Using Susenas 2021 data, this study aims to exemine the determinants of women's work participation who have toddler in East Java during the Covid 19 pandemic. Based on the results of binary logistic regression, it is known that age, education, area of residence, internet use, household poverty status, husband's employment status in East Java have a significant effect on the participation of women who have toddler in East Java during the Covid 19 pandemic. While the number of members has no significant effect. From this research, it is necessary to implement policies that make it easier for women with toddlers to enter the labor market that favors mothers with working toddlers such as policies on working time, sick leave, maternity leave, and exclusive breastfeeding.

The correlation between social support and adversity quotient in young mothers with 0-1 year old babies during the Covid-19 pandemic

Ameliya Alfirdosi; Nur Eva; Fonny Dameaty Hutagalung (et al.)

Published: November 2022
Infant mortality is one of the world’s most serious health problems. Under normal conditions, infant mortality in Indonesia is still a serious concern and is increasingly becoming a major challenge, especially in the current pandemic situation. The government has designated COVID-19 as a national nonnatural disaster and stated that there was an increase in infant mortality during the pandemic. One of the factors in the high number of infant mortality is early marriage. The initial interview indicated that some mothers experience problems and anxiety in caring for babies aged 0-1 years during the COVID-19 pandemic which is expected to affect the mental health of mothers. The study aimed to find out the adversity quotient and social support in young mothers with children aged 0-1 years during the covid-19 pandemic, and to find out the relationship between adversity quotient and social support. The methods used in this research are descriptive analysis and correlational analysis. The sample number in the study was 124 respondents. The measurement instruments in this study were 50 items on the adversity quotient scale and 12 items on social support scales that had a reliability of .969 and .915, respectively.
Interpersonal communication between special educational needs teachers and parents of special-needs student during Covid-19 pandemic

Retno Sulistiyaningsih; Nur Rohmah Hidayatul Qoyyimah; Alifia Damara Nurochim (et al.)

Published: November 2022
The pandemic has had a significant impact on all sectors, especially on education which has a systemic impact. The changing pattern of teaching, learning, and the consequences endured are also a problem, especially in schools that administer inclusive education. This results in a changing pattern of communication between teachers, special-needs students, and parents. The study aims to illustrate the interpersonal communication dynamics inherent between a teacher and a parent as a central figure in the study of courage for special-needs students. The type of method used was a qualitative method with a case study approach. The study included five participants, three with details of special educational needs teachers and two for parents of special-needs students. The study was conducted in a data search phase through observation, documentation, and interviews. To strengthen the results, the focus group discussion included the five participants directly. For data analysis Miles and Huberman method was applied, whereas for data credibility data triangulation was used.
Development of learning videos for introducing character values to early childhood

Denissa Alfiany Luhulima; Jane Grasia Akollo

Published: November 2022   Journal: Journal of Social Science

The impact of the COVID-19 outbreak is being felt in various fields, one of which is education in all corners of the world, including Indonesia. The educational process that was previously carried out face-to-face is required to be immediately carried out online, both the administrative process and the learning process. All levels of education starting from PAUD to tertiary institutions carry out the online learning process. The thing that then becomes an obstacle in the online learning process is that there are several levels of education in Indonesia that cannot do online learning due to limited facilities in accessing the internet in their respective areas. One of them is the level of Early Childhood Education (PAUD) in Maluku. Not all PAUD in Maluku can carry out the online learning process. The use of media as a tool in the world of education is recognized by many educational practitioners to assist the learning process. And one of the learning media that can be used online and offline is learning video. This video development research using the ASSURE model was carried out by focusing on developing learning videos for children aged 5-6 years with the choice of topics focusing on the characters of empathy, honesty and discipline. This quantitative research was conducted at 4 PAUD schools in Kairatu Village, Kairatu District, West Seram Regency, namely El-Aye Joyo PAUD, Nurul Aini PAUD, Kairatu Indah PAUD, and Falmen PAUD.

Analysis of the behavior of pregnant women about the importance of the Covid-19 vaccine in the work area of the regional technical implementation unit (UPTD) of the Tirtajaya health center

Selpi Auliawati; Omega D. R. Tahun

Published: November 2022   Journal: INFLUENCE: International Journal of Science Review

According  to  WHO  (2021)  Indonesia  itself  has  confirmed  4,066,404  cases,  with  131,372 confirmed  cases  of  death  (Covid-19  Task  Force,  2021).  Vulnerable  groups  are  at  greater  risk,  one  of which  is  pregnant  women.  Pregnant  women  with  COVID-19  occur  in  the  first,  second  and  third trimesters.  COVID-19  infection  in  pregnant  women  can  affect  the  organs  of  genesis  and  fetal development.  The earlier  the  case  of  infection,  the  greater  the  risk  of  miscarriage.  Pregnant  women with COVID-19 are more likely to give birth prematurely.Research Objectives isto find out the factors that influence the behavior of pregnant women carrying out the Covid 19 vaccine in the Working Area of the  Tirtajaya  Health  Center,  Tirtajaya  District,  Karawang  Regency  in  2022.

Information system records of nutritional status of stunted children aged under five: a literature review of stunting management in pandemic era

Nopi Nur Khasanah; Yeni Rustina; Dyah Wiji Puspita Sar (et al.)

Published: November 2022   Journal: Amerta Nutrition

Policies and regulations related to stunting reduction in Indonesia are manifested in both specific and sensitive interventions. Throughout the process, these intervention efforts require cross-sector cooperation while noting that stunting is caused by multi-dimensional factors. Unfortunately, the current Covid-19 pandemic has worsened the target achievement of stunting reduction due to limited human resources at the primary service level and various Covid-19 prevention protocols that must be adhered to; both are considered as factors leading to the declining of services at the community level.   This research was conducted to analyze the implementation of stunting prevention policy by reviewing the literature that doing a research to prevent stunting in pandemic era.

Character education in the family as a strengthening of moderation during the pandemic era

Suherman Suherman

Published: November 2022   Journal: Journal of Social Studies
This paper is the result of research carried out find the character education activities in the family environment to support moderation during the pandemic era. This study was conducted to determine the location of the Babussalam Langkat family and community. In this study, 50 parents participated as respondents, while questionnaires, interviews, documentation, and in-depth observations were also used to collect data. After reviewing the data from the questionnaire responses of 50 parents, the results of interviews with numerous parents and students (adolescents), Teachers, and the Village Head, as well as observational data, conclusions of the data were made. Particularly, this study identified a number of character education activities in the Babussalam village of Langkat Regency. During the pandemic, the residents of Babussalam, who are practitioners of the Naqsyabandiyah congregation, have provided character education to their families, and even Babussalam village itself has existed for a long period of time. The methods and patterns of how parents educated their children are: habituation, guidance, example, unity, communicativeness, affectionateness and gentle, consistency, commitment, togetherness and deliberation. Religious character, compassion, affection, responsible, respect and honor for teachers and parents, devoted to study, interactive and friendly, compact and helpful as well as deliberate are among the qualities fostered in students (children). All of these characters have contributed in the consolidation of Wasyatiyah Islam and Muslim communities who practice moderation in religion.
The role of parents in shaping the school age children's behavior regarding the prevention of COVID-19 transmission

Tri Widyastuti Handayani; Dyah Dwi Astuti

Published: November 2022   Journal: International Journal of Health Sciences

The COVID-19   pandemic   has   had   both physical and psychological impacts on school-age children. Objective: This study aimed to analyze the impact of the roles of parents on the behaviour  of  school-age  children  in  preventing  the  transmission  of COVID-19. This   cross-sectional   study   used   a   random sampling technique that collected a sample of 346 parents. The survey was  carried  out  by  distributing  questionnaires  to  the  samples  with school-age  children  6-12  years.

Tobacco presence on the children's playgrounds during COVID-19 pandemic

Lucky Herawati; Nur Hidayat Latif; Sigid Sudaryanto (et al.)

Published: November 2022   Journal: International Journal of Health Sciences

The  goals  of the  smoke-free  area  policy  isto  protect children’s  playground  visitors  from  the  bad  effects  of  smoking behavior, either directly or indirectly. However, until now information has not been obtained on the level of exposure to cigarette smoke and the  factors  that  influence  it  in  the  children's  play  area  in  Sleman Regency   after   9   years   of   the   policy.   Descriptive   research   was conducted   in   April   2021   in   21   observation   areas   to   meet   the information needs. There were 4 variables and 13 indicators that were measured,  using  the  method  of  direct  observation  in  the  field  and interviews  with  park  managers.  The  data  obtained  were  analyzed descriptively   and   Spearman   rank   correlation   analysis   with   a significant  level  of  0.05  and  discussed  using  the  Precede-Proceed Model.

Problems of digital-based children's literature learning in pandemic times

Heny Kusuma Widyaningrum; Andayani Andayani; Sarwiji Suwandi (et al.)

Published: October 2022
Enforcement Digital-based distance learning is a form of Indonesian government policy during the Covid-19 pandemic so that learning can still run well. However, the reality is that based learning has found several obstacles from students and learning support facilities. This study aims to describe the use of media in children's literacy learning and to describe the condition of the internet network during learning experienced by PGSD students from PGRI Madiun University. The method used is descriptive qualitative, defining students' obstacles when learning digital-based children's literature.
Adaptation to digital parenting in a pandemic: a case study of parents within higher education

Hardiyanti Pratiwi; Nor I. Hasanah; Sigit Purnama (et al.)

Published: October 2022   Journal: South African Journal of Childhood Education

Using digital tools with children during the pandemic has positive and negative impacts. However, we must investigate how parents with higher education qualifications best apply digital parenting. The aim of this article was to explore the practice of digital parenting with parents with higher education backgrounds, the digital tools used and the parents’ motivation during the pandemic. This research was conducted with parents who work as university lecturers in Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan, Indonesia. This study involved 27 lecturers with children in early childhood education. Data were collected using structured interview techniques and analysed using presentation, reduction and verification techniques. The validity of the data was ensured through the triangulation of sources and the extension of the research time.

The effectivenessof video dental healtheducation special needs children on the oral hygiene status

Renie Kumala Dewi; Anugrah Qotrunnada Hakim; Beta Widya Oktiani (et al.)

Published: October 2022   Journal: Dentino jurnal kedokteran gigi

The clinical oral cavity characteristics of children with intellectual disabilities include a high prevalence of periodontal disease and dental caries. South Kalimantan is a wetland or marsh that contains acidic water with a pH of 3.5-4.5. The acidic condition causes tooth demineralization, which can lead to caries. Oral health education through special needs children dental health education (DHE) interactive video is needed. Analysing the effectiveness of dental health education (DHE) video media for special needs children living in wetlands during the Covid-19 pandemic on the oral hygiene status of children with intellectual disabilities.

Cite this research | Open access | Vol.: 7 | Issue: 2 | No. of pages: 6 | Language: English | Topics: Health | Tags: child health, COVID-19 response, health services, hygiene, lockdown, mentally disabled children, social distance | Countries: Indonesia
Overview of services and characteristics of pregnant mothers in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic in Bpm Pera clinic in 2022

R. Oktaviance Oktaviance; Risda Mariana Manik; Bernadetta Ambarita (et al.)

Published: October 2022   Journal: Science Midwifery
Based on the centeres for Disease Control and Prevention report, pregnant women who are positive for Covid-19 are at higher risk for premature birth (delivery od babies earlier than 37 weeks) and stillbirths. In addition, pregnant women who are positive for Covid-19 are also at a higher risk of developing other pregnancy complications. The problem of psychlogical disorders often occurs during the pregnancy proces, both in the first, second and third trimesters, Covid-19 causes various clinical manifestations, especially in pregnant women, because pregnant women are a high risk group for contracting the Covid-19 virus. The sampling technique is a accidental sampling. The sample in this study are 31 pregnant women.
Cite this research | Open access | Vol.: 10 | Issue: 4 | No. of pages: 3520-3523 | Language: English | Topics: Health, Mental Health | Tags: COVID-19 response, lockdown, maternal and child health services, pregnant women, social distance | Countries: Indonesia
Self-efficacy, emotion regulation and resilience of formal working mothers during the COVID-19 pandemic

Nadia Rahmania; Risda Rizkillah; Musthofa

Published: October 2022   Journal: Journal of Child, Family, and Consumer Studies
Resilience can give an individual the strength to face stressful situations and view life positively. The purpose of this study was to analyze the influence of self-efficacy and emotion regulation on the resilience of mothers who work in the formal sector during the Covid-19 pandemic. The research design used was cross-sectional, and the research location was determined using a purposive technique based on the high number of Covid-19 cases at the time of the study, so DKI Jakarta and West Java were chosen. Primary data was collected through questionnaires distributed online via a google form. The sampling technique used voluntary sampling with the respondent's criteria: formal working mothers with school-age children and intact families in DKI Jakarta and West Java Provinces. The number of respondents in this study was 101 people. Data were analyzed using correlation and regression tests. Results showed that self-efficacy, emotion regulation, and resilience were positively related and more than half of mothers had moderate self-efficacy, emotion regulation, and resilience.
The effect of mother's burden on learning from home, maternal-efficacy, and maternal care practices on emotion and negative behavior of children aged 5-6 years

Devi Rahmawati; Dwi Hastuti; Megawati Simanjuntak

Published: October 2022   Journal: Cakrawala Pendidikan
Mothers play a big role in every aspect of their children’s lives. During learning from home (LfH) period, children's negative behavior can also change and is influenced by maternal-efficacy, maternal burden, and parenting practices. The purpose of this study was to analyze differences in maternal burden and parenting practices before and during LfH and to analyze the effect of mothers' burden on learning from home, maternal-efficacy, and parenting practices on the negative behavior of children aged 5-6 years. This study used a cross-sectional and retrospective study design. This research was conducted in three kindergartens with an A accreditation status in Jagakarsa Village, Jagakarsa District, South Jakarta City, DKI Jakarta Province. The study involved 100 working mothers who were selected using non-probability sampling with a voluntary sampling technique.
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