Neti Hernawati
Departemen Ilmu Keluarga dan Konsumen Fakultas Ekologi Manusia Institut Pertanian Bogor

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Journal : Journal of Child Development Studies

The Effect of Parenting Style, Self-Efficacy, and Self Regulated Learning on Adolescents’ Academic Achievement Theresya, Julia; Latifah, Melly; Hernawati, Neti
Journal of Child Development Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018): JOURNAL OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
Publisher : Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/jcds.3.1.28-43

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Academic achievement as one of learning outcome indicator in adolescents influenced by the self and family environment factors. This study was aimed to analyze the effect of child characteristics, family characteristics, parenting style perceived by adolescents, self-efficacy and self regulated learning on adolescents academic achievement. The study used self report method which involved 91 eighth grade students from two junior high schools in Bogor. Data analysis included descriptive analysis and inference analysis (correlation test and linier regression test). Result showed that majority of samples perceived their parent as authoritative (86.8%) followed by authoritarian (11.0%) and permissive (2.2%). The result also showed that majority of samples had medium level in self-efficacy and self regulated learning. More than a half of samples had under average level in academic achievement. Correlation results showed that there were significant and positive relationship between authoritarian parenting style with birth order, family size as well as gender. Self regulated learning were significantly and positively related with authoritative parenting style (r=0.257, p-value<0.05) and self-efficacy (r=0.330, p-value<0.01). Meanwhile, regression results showed a positive effect of academic achievement on father's education (β=0.315, p-value=0.006) and authoritative parenting styles (β=0.259, p-value=0.014), as well as negatively on gender (β=-0.267, p-value=0.014) and permissive parenting style (β=-0.203, p-value=0.039).
Family Interaction and Emotional Intelligence of School-Age Children in Urban Poor Areas Sukmawati, Inten Rengganis; Hernawati, Neti
Journal of Child Development Studies Vol 2, No 1 (2017): JOURNAL OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
Publisher : Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/jcds.2.1.35-46

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Emotional intelligence is the ability of children to express their emotions appropriately. Emotions play an important role in children’s lives because through the emotion someone knows what was perceived themselves and others. The aim of this research was to analyze the influence of the characteristics of children and family, interaction between children and parents as well as siblings toward school-age children’s emotional intelligence. The study design was cross-sectional study with proportional random sampling method. Samples in this study were children and mothers (n=100) in urban poor areas, which are located in Empang Village and Tegal Lega Village, Bogor City. Data were collected by interview using a questionnaire. The results showed that there is a negative significant relation between age of mother and parent-child interaction. Mother’s education length and sibling interaction have a positive significant relation with emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence of school-age children in urban poor areas was affected by mother’s education length and sibling interaction. Age of child does not influence on child emotional intelligence in urban poor areas. 
The Influence of School Environment, Social Intelligence, and Self-Esteem toward Academic Achievement of Student in Rural Area Rahmatika, Miranti; Hernawati, Neti
Journal of Child Development Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2016): JOURNAL OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
Publisher : Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/jcds.1.01.27-38

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Academic achievement of students is affected by several factors. This study aimed to analyze the effect of adolescent and family characteristics, school environment, social intelligence, and self-esteem toward academic achievement of rural adolescents. This study used the cross-sectional study design. The purposive method was used in selecting the research location. Data were collected from two senior high school students in Bogor District (n=150) chosen by proportional random sampling. The result showed that gender and school environment had significantly positive effect on academic achievement. Conversely, family income had negative effect on academic achievement of rural adolescents.Keywords: academic achievement, adolescent, self-esteem, school environment, social intelligence, rural area Pencapaian remaja untuk meraih prestasi akademik merupakan hasil dari interaksi antara berbagai faktor yang mempengaruhinya. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk menganalisis pengaruh karakeristik remaja, karakteristik keluarga, lingkungan sekolah, kecerdasan sosial, dan self-esteem terhadap prestasi akademik remaja di wilayah perdesaan. Penelitian ini menggunakan desain cross-sectional study. Responden dalam penelitian ini berjumlah 150 siswa SMA di wilayah Kabupaten Bogor, Jawa Barat. Pemilihan lokasi penelitian ini dilakukan secara purposif dan penarikan contoh dilakukan dengan teknik proportional random sampling. Hasil uji regresi menunjukkan bahwa kecerdasan sosial dan self-esteem tidak memiliki pengaruh yang signifikan terhadap prestasi akademik. Jenis kelamin dan lingkungan sekolah ditemukan memiliki pengaruh positif signifikan terhadap prestasi akademik. Sebaliknya, pendapatan per kapita keluarga mempunyai pengaruh negatif signifikan terhadap prestasi akademik remaja perdesaan.Kata kunci: kecerdasan sosial, lingkungan sekolah, perdesaan, prestasi akademik, remaja, self-esteem
The Influence Of Peer Group Interaction And Moral Development Toward Aggression Behavior of School-Aged Children In Urban Poor Areas Djohari, Yayang Wtri A; Hernawati, Neti
Journal of Child Development Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018): JOURNAL OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
Publisher : Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/jcds.3.1.1-14

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This research aimed to analyze the relationship and influence of children and family characteristic,  interaction of peer group, moral development toward agression behavior of  school age chidren in Tegal Lega Village, Middle District of Bogor and Empang Village, South District of Bogor.  Design of this research was cross sectional study. Population of this reserch were family with school-age late childhood or 4-6 class elementery school. The samples consist 100 children and mothers  were chosen by proportional random sampling. The data collected by interview based on questionnaire. Result showed that were significant and negative correlation between moral development with aggression behavior.  Meanwhile, result showed that were significant and negative influence between moral development toward aggression behavior. This research was not found influence between child characteristic and peer group interaction toward aggression behavior.