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Journal of Family Science
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Journal of Family Science (JFS) is a scientific journal providing researched paper on the subject of family ecology, family development, family interaction, and any topics related family studies published two times a year by the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Faculty of Human Ecology, Bogor Agricultural University.
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FAMILY RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND LIFE SATISFACTION OF ELDERLY Sulityowati, Asri; Krisnatuti, Diah
Journal of Family Sciences Vol 3, No 1 (2018): JOURNAL OF FAMILY SCIENCES
Publisher : Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University

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

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Elderly especially widower and widow must have done family resources management(FRM) in order to achieve satisfaction in life. This study was conducted to analyze theinfluence of family resource management on life satisfaction of elderly widower andwidow. This study was using cross-sectional study with purposive for site selection inTimbulharjo Village, Sewon Subdistrict, Bantul, Yogyakarta Province. Total of 60samples were gathered with a combination of simple random sampling and snow-balltechniques. The results of this study indicated atsocioeconomic status of the widowerwas higher in terms of average age and duration of education rather than widows,moreover the income of elderly widower greater than the widows. Non-foodexpenditure, stress management, and time management had a positive effect on thesatisfaction of elderly life hence the more allocation on non-food expenditure, the betterof stress management and time management could improve life satisfaction of theelderly. In addition, marital status associated and had a significant negative effecttowards life satisfaction which mean that life satisfaction of elderly widower higher thanthe widow.
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FAMILY FUNCTION AND ADOLESCENT AUTONOMY IN THE RURAL AND URBAN AREA Mulyati, Mulyati; Martiastuti, Kenty
Journal of Family Sciences Vol 3, No 1 (2018): JOURNAL OF FAMILY SCIENCES
Publisher : Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/jfs.3.1.15-29

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This study aims to analyze the function of families in urban and rural areas as well as its relationship with adolescent autonomy by using cross sectional study method. The data collection time was conducted in September 2016. By proportional random sampling method, there were 72samples at SMPN 2 Bogor (representing urban area) and 72 people at SMPN 2 Parung (representing rural area). Research data includes family characteristics, family functions divided into 3 dimensions (10 sub-scales) and adolescent autonomy consisting of 3 dimensions (value, emotional and behavioral). To see the correlation, the Pearson Correlation test was used and to seedifferences in family function characteristics and gender-based autonomy was seen by the Independent T-test differential test. The results showed that the average score of family function in urban areas was 118.44, while in rural areas 121.12. This shows the function of families in ruralareas better than in urban areas. The average score of urban adolescent autonomy is 81.21, while in rural areas it is 77.29. This difference is significant at 99% confidence level. Adolescent autonomy is positively correlated with family function of personal growth dimension with correlation coefficient of 0.207 (at 95% confidence level). This shows that the better familyfunction then the better the adolescent autonomy.
THE EFFECT OF SOCIAL CAPITAL AND HUSBAND-WIFE INTERACTION ON MARITAL QUALITY AMONG FAMILIESIN EARLY YEARS AND MIDDLE YEARS MARRIAGE Dewi, Egretta Melistantri; Puspitawati, Herien; Krisnatuti, Diah
Journal of Family Sciences Vol 3, No 1 (2018): JOURNAL OF FAMILY SCIENCES
Publisher : Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/jfs.3.1.30-40

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This study aims to analyze the effect of social capital and husband-wife interaction on marital quality among families in early years and middle yearsmarriage. The study was using cross sectional design. The selection of researchsites was purposively chosen in Bogor City. The location of the study was inKebon Pedes and Kedung Badak, regions of Tanah Sareal district. Samples of thisstudy were 120 families in early and middle years of marriage with wives as themain participants. Data were collected through interview using questionnaire. Thestudy found that social capital in families with early marriage age in theintermediate category, and in families with middle years of marriage is in the highcategory. Different test results show only in the dimensions of gender partnershipsthat families in middle years of marriage were higher than early years families. Onvariable of husband-wife interaction, half of the families with early marriage yearswere in the intermediate category and more than half of families with middleyears of marriage were in the high category. There wereno significant differencesin all dimensions of husband and wife interaction. In the variable quality ofmarriage, half of families with early years marriage were in the intermediatecategory, whereas more than half of families with middle years marriage were inhigh category. There wereno significant differences in all dimensions of maritalquality.
ALLOCATION OF EXPENDITURE OF POOR FAMILY AS ARECIPIENT OF PROGRAM KELUARGA HARAPAN (PKH) Rizkillah, Risda; Simanjuntak, Megawati
Journal of Family Sciences Vol 3, No 1 (2018): JOURNAL OF FAMILY SCIENCES
Publisher : Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/jfs.3.1.41-52

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The aim of this article is to examine the allocation of expenditure for low-incomefamilies after receiving the Program Keluarga Harapan (PKH) or ConditionalCash Transfer (CCT). Combination of cross-sectional and retrospective designswere applied in this research. Data collection locations were carried out in eightvillages in Dramaga District, Bogor Regency. The research sample wasdetermined randomly (probability sampling) used a systematic method andobtained a study sample of 150 CCT recipient families. Data was processing useddescriptive statistics. The CCT funding eligible for the family who has school-agechildren, toddlers, nursing mother, and pregnant woman. The CCT funds are spentby families with an average range of two weeks. The beneficiary of PKHsignificantly improving the quality of education and health, increasing the amountof family savings, and family income. The allocation of CCT funds more than halfis used for human investment. However, in the allocation of CCT funds, there arestill families who use PKH funds for non-educational activities such asfood/household needs, pay-off debt, saving, electricity payment, and businesscapital.
GENDER RELATIONS AND SUBJECTIVE FAMILY WELL-BEING AMONG FARMER FAMILIES: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN UPLANDS AND LOWLANDS AREAS IN WEST JAVA PROVINCE, INDONESIA Puspitawati, Herien; Faulkner, Paula; Sarma, Ma'mun; Herawati, Tin
Journal of Family Sciences Vol 3, No 1 (2018): JOURNAL OF FAMILY SCIENCES
Publisher : Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/jfs.3.1.53-72

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The objectives of this study are described as follows: (1) To examine the conditions ofsocial, economic and demographic characteristics of poor farmer families who live atuplands and lowlands areas, (2) to describe the social-cultural and agroecosystemconditions of poor farmer families who live at uplands and lowlands areas, (3) Toexplain type of gender relations of poor farmer families who live at uplands andlowlands areas, and (4) to analyze factors that influenced subjective family well-beingof poor farmer families who live at uplands and lowlands areas. The chosen researchsites were Nanggung Sub-district, Bogor District as an upland area, and West TelukJambe Sub-district, Karawang District, West Java Province as a lowland area. The totalof 189 farmer families was used for this study (n= 90 in uplands district areas, and n=99 in lowlands district areas). It was found that the conditions of social-cultural andagroecosystem differ between upland and lowland areas. In general, both upland andlowland areas gender roles on farming activities, in terms of access and control toagricultural resources, were dominated by men. Family well-being was directlyinfluenced by higher education of husband and wife, indirectly influenced by lesseconomic pressure of the family, directly influenced by higher gender relations betweenhusband and wife, and directly influenced by less or higher external support. Thus,wealthy farmer families were the family that had educated husband and wife, lesseconomic pressures, equal gender relations and partnerships, and less or more receiveexternal supports. It is recommended that the next study should add variables of familycoping strategies related to family economic pressure and gender roles between husbandand wife.

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