The Relationship of Parenting with Parents Behavior HIV/AIDS Prevention to Adolescent in Kambera District, East Sumba Regency
Background and Purpose: Data shows the behavior of high school students related to HIV/AIDS in Kambera District, the majority is not good at 62.1%. Family is part of a socio-economic environment where families, especially parents, have an important role in the formation of a person's personality and behavior. The research objective was to determine the relationship between Parenting with Parental Behavior Against HIV/AIDS Prevention to Adolescent Children in Kambera Subdistrict, East Sumba Regency. Method: Analytical study of cross sectional design. The total sample of 160 parents (father or mother) in those who have teenagers (16-18 years) in Kambera District, East Sumba Regency. The dependent variable are Parents Behavior. Independent variable of this study are parenting. The instrument used is a questionnaire. Results: Of the 160 respondents, the majority of respondents were male (50.6%), aged 36-45 years (53.8%), educated last elementary school (48.1%) and the majority worked as farmers (71, 9%). The majority of respondents were had poor parenting (68,8%) and poor behavior (63.8%). Bivariate analysis showed that good parenting correlates 6 times to good behavior (PR = 6.307; 95% CI = 3.889-10,227; p-value <0.001), whereas there is no significant relationship statistically between income with good behavior. Suggestion: The government and health services must increase parents' knowledge about HIV / AIDS and also about democratic parenting models.