Proceedings of the U-Go Healthy International Conference, U-Go Healthy 2020, 29 March 2020, Pacitan, East Java, Indonesia

Research Article

The Impact Of Premarital Sexual Behavior On Student At Risk Of Unwanted Pregnancy

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.29-3-2020.2315337,
        author={Sri  Susanti and Asmadi  Alsa and Akif  Khilmiyah},
        title={The Impact Of Premarital Sexual Behavior On Student At Risk Of Unwanted Pregnancy},
        proceedings={Proceedings of the U-Go Healthy International Conference, U-Go Healthy 2020, 29 March 2020, Pacitan, East Java, Indonesia},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={U-GO HEALTHY},
        year={2022},
        month={9},
        keywords={premarital sexual behavior student phenomenology},
        doi={10.4108/eai.29-3-2020.2315337}
    }
    
  • Sri Susanti
    Asmadi Alsa
    Akif Khilmiyah
    Year: 2022
    The Impact Of Premarital Sexual Behavior On Student At Risk Of Unwanted Pregnancy
    U-GO HEALTHY
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.29-3-2020.2315337
Sri Susanti1,*, Asmadi Alsa2, Akif Khilmiyah2
  • 1: Faculty of Health Sciences, Universitas Muhammadiyah Ponorogo
  • 2: Islamic Education Doctoral Psychology Posgraduate program of the Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta
*Contact email: santialmanar@gmail.com

Abstract

The phenomenon of premarital sexual behavior among students is increasing like an iceberg at sea level, which seems to be just a little but basically filled with clots. This required special attention from all parties, including universities. This study was conducted on 10 subjects premarital sexual behavior, aims to analyze the impact caused by premarital sexual behavior, and effort to overcome. This research is a qualitative phenomenological approach. Data collected by the snowball technique and purposive through observation, interviews, and documentation. The validity of the data using triangulation confirmation. Analysis of the data used is Miles and Huberman interactive model, using the software NVivo 12 Plus. The findings show that: (1) psychological sexual behavior will have an impact on the emergence of the sense of sin, the subject is always haunted by feelings of guilt and regret; (2) the physiological impact: the concern of the subject in case of an unwanted pregnancy; (3) physical effects: for subjects who are sexually active they are concerned about contracting a sexually transmitted disease; and (4) social impact: their social role confusion that suddenly changes due to pregnancy (not ready to be a mother), and the most feared is when suspended or penalized DO (dropout). Prevention efforts can be done by minimizing idle time during the lectures, so it is not used to go to places of entertainment and interact with her peergrop.