Hubungan Parental Mediation Terhadap Akses Pornografi Pada Anak

Estrelita, Estrelita (2017) Hubungan Parental Mediation Terhadap Akses Pornografi Pada Anak. Undergraduate thesis, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences.

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Abstract

In this era of digitalization, information is easily available on the internet by anyone, including children. Through the internet, children can easily find a variety of information contents, one of which is pornographic content. Child’s curiosity and the ease of children in finding out various things related to pornography can result in children have a pornography addiction and damage the mental and intellectual development of children. This study aims to determine whether the role of parental supervision has a relationship with access to pornography by children. The theory used in this research is Parental Mediation Theory developed by Sonia Livingstone and Ellen J. Helsper. Sample technique used is Non-Probability Sampling technique that is Purposive Sampling. The respondents of this research are 80 students of SMP Negeri 26 Semarang who fulfill four (4) Parental Mediation categories. Hypothesis test in this research using Kendall's Test Correlation (Kendall's Tau B). The results of this study indicate that: there is a negative relationship between Active Co-Use on access to pornography in children with a significance value of 0.002 and correlation coefficient of 0.621; There is a negative relationship between Interaction Restrictions on pornography access in children with significance value 0.001 and correlation coefficient of 0.648; There is a negative relationship between Technical Restrictions on pornography access in children with significance value 0.004 and correlation coefficient of 0.626; There is a negative correlation between Monitoring to access pornography in children with significance value 0,008 and correlation coefficient of 0,557. This study provides advice for parents and schools to provide sex education for children so that children have a correct understanding of sexuality to avoid the danger of pornography.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions:Faculty of Social and Political Sciences > Department of Communication
ID Code:60116
Deposited By:Mr/Mrs Fisip Undip
Deposited On:13 Feb 2018 12:07
Last Modified:13 Feb 2018 12:07

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