Jurnal Promkes
Vol 1, No 2 (2013): Jurnal Promkes

RELATIONSHIP PATTERNS ASUH PARENTS OF CHILDREN AGES EVENT toddler temper tantrums IN ECD Dewi Kunti SURABAYA


Syam, Subhan ( Airlangga University )



Article Info

Publish Date
19 Jun 2014

Abstract

Abstract: Temper tantrum are feeling angry outburst characterized by crying, screaming, bullying, kicking, jumping jacks or hitting. One that’s effects temper tantrum are parenting parents. Parenting is the behavior of parent who apply to children who are relatively consistent. The design of this study was cross sectional design, data collection using the primary data with questionnaire, sample of 38 respondents are selected with a Research probability sampling variables were parental age, parental education, parenting parents, and the incidence of temper tantrum. From the results of this research can be seen that as many as 25 children (65.8%) have temper tantrums in a controlled event and 13 children (34.2%) experienced incidence of temper tantrums that are uncontrolled. While the pattern of care of as many as 28 people (73.3%) had a pattern that tends to foster democratic, and people who obtained for the authoritarian parenting as many as 10 people (26.3%). Getting the significance at P = 0.016 (P <0.05), means there is a relationship between the parenting and the incidence of temper tantrums. Conclusions taken from this research is a pattern of parenting has to do with the incidence of temper tantrums in children aged toodler. While parental upbringing has something to do with the level of parental education.Keywords: Parenting, tempered tantrum, toddler childhood, Parental education


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