Beberapa Faktor yang Berhubungan Dengan Kesertaan KB Baru Pada Pasangan Usia Subur (PUS) Di Desa Karangpring Kecamatan Sukorambi Kabupaten Jember
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Family Planning is a program that is dedicated to assist a couple or an individual in achieving his/her reproduction objective. This program becomes crucial because is has tremendous effect to development of population year by year while the Indonesian territory is unchanged. The improvement of participating practice family planning is the basic factor in achieving properous family as the aim of the development.. The objective of this research is to know the relationship between education, income, knowledge, and attitude with the participation of all the new methods of family planning to the couples in Marriage Couples. This research used cross sectional approach with analityc survey research. This area of this research Karangpring Village – subdistrict of Sukorambi – Jember. The population and sample of the resarch are the couples in fertile period that attain the age of 15-44 years old. To find the sample of the research, the researcher used proportionale random sampling. Based on this method, the researcher got 77 couples in fertile period, respectively : 13 couples from Krajan, 21 couples from Karangpring, 18 couples from Durjo, and 25 couples from Gendir. In determining the sample, random by names is used. In collecting dat, the researcher used questionnaire. Chi Square test with 95 % level of significance and α 0,05 is used to analyze the data. Data that does not fulfil the terms using Chi Square test, will be tested using Fisher’s Exact. The result of this research is described as follows : There is no any significant relationship between education and attitude to the participation of the new method of family planning to the marriage couples in reproduction age.There is any significant relationship between income and knowledge to the participation of the new method of family planning to the marriage couples in reproduction age.
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