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10. Voluntary Report Nusaresearch - Sex Education

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* Research method : Quantitative research (Online survey)
* Timing : November 2013
* Sample size : 183
* Research area : Nationwide (Indonesia)
* Target : Male & Female aged 20 years old and over; and have children
* Research objectives : Find out the viewpoint of Sex Education for Children
* Sampling method : Internet sampling

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10. Voluntary Report Nusaresearch - Sex Education

  1. 1. Report date: January 2013 Creator: Nusaresearch team Report on Sex Education for Children Research time: November 2013 Based on Nusaresearch’s panelist
  2. 2. A. Executive summary [1] Most respondents have applied sex education at home • More than 50% of 183 respondents (who have children) have applied the methods of sex education for their children at home. And more than 40% of 183 respondents (who have children) haven’t applied the methods of sex education for their children at home. • For male respondents, they haven’t applied the methods of sex education for his children at home which account for 56.0%, whereas female respondents have applied the methods of sex education for her children at home, which account for 69.6%. • While 61.5% of respondents aged 20 – 39 years old have applied the method of sex education for their children at home, the respondents aged 40 years old and above haven’t applied that, which account for 52.5%. [2] Respondents’ children sometimes asked about issues related to sex • There are 38.3% of 183 respondents (who have children) said that they children sometimes asked about issues related to sex. And only 1.1% of 183 respondents (who have children) usually asked about issues related to sex by their children. • For male respondents, his children never ask him about sex issues (45.1%). And for female respondents, sometimes her children ask her about sex issues (44.6%). • 35.2% of 122 respondents aged 20 – 39 years old and 44.3% of 61 respondents aged 40 years old and over sometimes asked about sex issues by their children. A-1. Respondents’ Viewpoint on Sex Problem for Children
  3. 3. A. Executive summary [3] Keep the natural attitude, give the frankly and not too particular answer is the respondents’ reaction when children asked about sex issues • For respondents who sometimes/often/usually asked about sex issues by their children, there are 7 out of 10 people’s reaction is they keep the natural attitude, give the frankly but not too particular answer. But 4.7% of 85 respondents be often shy or uncomfortable and avoid the children’s questions. • 75.0% of 30 males and 72.7% of 55 females keep the natural attitude and give the frankly answer when children asked about sex issues. • For two age group (20 – 39 years old & 40 years old and above), their reaction is keep the natural attitude, give the frankly and not too particular answer when children asked sex issues, which accounts for 71.7% and 78.1%. [4] Respondents and his/her spouse are person who will directly explain about sex education to children • From 51.8% of 85 respondents, who sometimes/often/usually asked about sex issues by their children, said the respondents and his/her spouse will explain directly about sex issues for their children. And only 1.2% of respondents vote that their children’s grandfather/grandmother or their children’s brother/sister will explain about sex issues to children. • For respondents who sometimes/often/usually asked about sex issues by their children, 30 male respondents said he and his wife directly explain the sex problems to their children (69.7%). Meanwhile, 55 female respondents said her- self directly explain about sex issues to her children (51.9%) • The respondents and his/her spouse chosen by respondents in all two groups: 20 – 39 years old & 40 years old and above, to explain the sex issues to their children directly which accounts for 50.9% and 53.1%.
  4. 4. A. Executive summary [1] Most respondents are support the application of sex education in schools • More than 50% of 183 respondents are support the application of sex education in schools, and 3.8% of respondents totally no support the application of sex education in schools. • There are no significant difference among respondents who support the application of sex education in schools. But, score percentage of totally not support the application of sex education in schools from female respondents is higher than male respondents, which accounts for 6.5% and 1.1%. [2] The application of sex education can help to protect children • There are 58.7% of 168 respondents said the application of sex education in schools can help to protect their children. And only 4.9% of 168 respondents don’t have special reason (it’s only a part of education). • While 56.5% of 85 male respondents choose “to help protect themselves” as their reasons to support the application of sex education in schools, 63.5% of 83 female respondents choose “to prevent self learn or discover in children” as their reason. • For respondents aged 20 – 39 years old said their reason to support the application of sex education in school is to help protect themselves (their children), which accounts for 60.2%. But for respondents aged 40 years old and over choose “to prevent form sex before adolescence” as their reason, which account for 57.8%. A-2. Respondents’ Opinion About Sex Education in School
  5. 5. A. Executive summary [3] Children aged 14 – 16 years old is the most suitable age to have sex education in school 183 respondents choose children aged less than 6 years old is too early to have sex education in school (95.6%). The suitable age to have sex education in school is 14 – 16 years old (66.1%). But more than 19 years old is too late to have sex education in school (85.2%). [4] The issues relating sex chosen by most respondents for sex education Most respondents agree that sex education needs to solve the issues relating sex, with mean score 71.9. And most respondents disagree if sex education should be a compulsory part of the curriculum at the primary level, with mean score 36.3. [5] Children aged 14 – 16 years old is really appropriate to learn about how to deal with the problem of pornography • Most respondents choose that children aged: 10 – 11 years old appropriate to learn about the issue of sexual orientation 12 – 13 years old appropriate to learn about how to deal with messages (image or content) related to sex, and problem of pornography 14 – 16 years old appropriate to learn about how to deal with situation of ravishment, messages/image/content related to sex, and problem of pornography More than 19 years old appropriate to learn about how to deal with sex problems and contraceptive devices
  6. 6. A. Executive summary • From 91 male respondents choose that children aged 7 – 9 years old appropriate to learn about the issue of sexual orientation. For children aged 12 – 13 years old and 14 – 16 years old appropriate to learn about how to deal with the messages with the image or content related to sex. And about how to deal with sex problems and contraceptive devices is appropriate to children aged more than 19 years old From 92 female respondents choose children aged 10 – 11 years old appropriate to learn about the issue of sexual orientation. For children aged 12 – 13 years old appropriate to learn about how to deal with the problem of pornography. The material about how to deal with the situation of ravishment or sexual violence is appropriate to children aged 14 – 16 years old. And the material about how to deal with sex problems and the contraceptive devices appropriate for children aged 17 -18 years old or more than 19 years old.
  7. 7. B. Research information  Research method : Quantitative research (Online Survey)  Timing : November 2013  Sample size : 183  Research area : Nationwide (Indonesia)  Target : Male & Female aged 20 years old and over; and have children  Research objectives : Find out the viewpoint of Sex Education for Children  Sampling method : Internet Sampling (Nusaresearch panel)
  8. 8. C. Research findings Part 1. Respondents’ viewpoint on sex problem for children Part 2. Respondents’ opinion about sex education in schools
  9. 9. 1. Sex Education for Children at Home More than 50% of 183 respondents (who have children) have applied the methods of sex education for their children at home. And more than 40% of 183 respondents (who have children) haven’t applied the methods of sex education for their children at home. Most respondents have applied sex education for children at home [Figure 1.1] Applied Sex Education for Children at Home  Q. Please indicate whether you have applied the methods of sex education for your children at home or not? [SA] Based n=183 Unit : % 56.8 43.2 Yes No
  10. 10. 1. Sex Education for Children at Home For male respondents, they haven’t applied the methods of sex education for his children at home which account for 56.0%, whereas female respondents have applied the methods of sex education for her children at home, which account for 69.6%. Most Female respondents have applied sex education at home, but male respondents haven’t applied  Q. Please indicate whether you have applied the methods of sex education for your children at home or not? [SA] Based n=183 Unit : % [Figure 1.2] Applied Sex Education for Children at Home ~ By Gender 69.6 30.4 Yes No 44.0 56.0 Yes No n=91 n=92
  11. 11. 1. Sex Education for Children at Home While 61.5% of respondents aged 20 – 39 years old have applied the method of sex education for their children at home, the respondents aged 40 years old and above haven’t applied that, which account for 52.5%. From age group, there is a different opinion about applied the method of sex education at home  Q. Please indicate whether you have applied the methods of sex education for your children at home or not? [SA] Based n=183 Unit : % [Figure 1.3] Applied Sex Education for Children at Home ~ By Age 61.5 38.5 20 - 39 years old (n=122) Yes No 47.552.5 40 years old and over (n=61) Yes No
  12. 12. 2. Frequency of asking about sex issues There are 38.3% of 183 respondents (who have children) said that they children sometimes asked about issues related to sex. And only 1.1% of 183 respondents (who have children) usually asked about issues related to sex by their children. Respondents’ children sometimes asked about issues related to sex [Figure 2.1] Frequency of Asking About Sex Issues  Q. Please indicate whether your children have often asked you about issues related to sex or not? [SA] Based n=183 Unit : % 34.4 19.1 38.3 7.1 1.1 0.0 10.0 20.0 30.0 40.0 50.0 Never Rarely Sometimes Often Usually
  13. 13. 2. Frequency of asking about sex issues For male respondents, his children never ask him about sex issues (45.1%). And for female respondents, sometimes her children ask her about sex issues (44.6%). Female respondents sometimes asked about sex issues by her children [Figure 2.2] Frequency of Asking About Sex Issues ~ By Gender  Q. Please indicate whether your children have often asked you about issues related to sex or not? [SA] Based n=183 Unit : % 45.1 18.7 31.9 4.4 0.0 0.0 10.0 20.0 30.0 40.0 50.0 Never Rarely Sometimes Often Usually n=30 23.9 19.6 44.6 9.8 2.2 0.0 5.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0 35.0 40.0 45.0 50.0 Never Rarely Sometimes Often Usually n=55
  14. 14. 2. Frequency of asking about sex issues Both age group said they sometimes asked about sex issues by their children [Figure 2.3] Frequency of Asking About Sex Issues ~ By Age  Q. Please indicate whether your children have often asked you about issues related to sex or not? [SA] Based n=183 Unit : % 35.2% of 122 respondents aged 20 – 39 years old and 44.3% of 61 respondents aged 40 years old and over sometimes asked about sex issues by their children. 33.6 23.0 35.2 7.4 0.8 0.0 10.0 20.0 30.0 40.0 50.0 Never Rarely Sometimes Often Usually 20 - 39 years old (n=122) 36.1 11.5 44.3 6.6 1.6 0.010.020.030.040.050.0 Never Rarely Sometimes Often Usually 40 years old and over (n=61)
  15. 15. 3. Respondents Reaction Keep the natural attitude, give the frankly and not too particular answer is the respondents’ reaction when children asked about sex issues [Figure 3.1] Respondents Reaction  Q. Please indicate how you usually react when your children have questions related to sex issues? [MA] Based n=85 Unit : % 74.1 34.1 34.1 21.2 4.7 0.0 20.0 40.0 60.0 80.0 Keep the natural attitude, give the frankly but not too particular answers Keep the natural attitude, give the frankly and particular answers Reply clearly and resolutely, be no lengthy or link to other ideas Be no ashamed or fugitive to avoid creating the mystical feeling in children Be often shy or uncomfortable and avoid the children's questions For respondents who sometimes/often/usually asked about sex issues by their children, there are 7 out of 10 people’s reaction is they keep the natural attitude, give the frankly but not too particular answer. But 4.7% of 85 respondents be often shy or uncomfortable and avoid the children’s questions.
  16. 16. 3. Respondents Reaction Both genders keep the natural attitude, give the frankly and not too particular answer when children asked about sex issues [Figure 3.2] Respondents Reaction ~ By Gender  Q. Please indicate how you usually react when your children have questions related to sex issues? [MA] Based n=85 Unit : % 75.0% of 30 males and 72.7% of 55 females keep the natural attitude and give the frankly answer when children asked about sex issues. 75.0 40.4 30.8 26.9 1.9 0.0 20.0 40.0 60.0 80.0 Keep the natural attitude, give the frankly but not too particular answers Reply clearly and resolutely, be no lengthy or link to other ideas Keep the natural attitude, give the frankly and particular answers Be no ashamed or fugitive to avoid creating the mystical feeling in children Be often shy or uncomfortable and avoid the children's questions 72.7 39.4 24.2 12.1 9.1 0.020.040.060.080.0 Keep the natural attitude, give the frankly but not too particular answers Keep the natural attitude, give the frankly and particular answers Reply clearly and resolutely, be no lengthy or link to other ideas Be no ashamed or fugitive to avoid creating the mystical feeling in children Be often shy or uncomfortable and avoid the children's questions n=30 n=55
  17. 17. 3. Respondents Reaction The highest score percentage of respondents’ reaction in age group is keep the natural attitude, give the frankly and not too particular answer [Figure 3.3] Respondents Reaction ~ By Age  Q. Please indicate how you usually react when your children have questions related to sex issues? [MA] Based n=85 Unit : % For two age group (20 – 39 years old & 40 years old and above), their reaction is keep the natural attitude, give the frankly and not too particular answer when children asked sex issues, which accounts for 71.7% and 78.1%. 30.2 40.6 71.7 78.1 28.3 43.8 17.0 28.1 7.5 0.0 0.0 20.0 40.0 60.0 80.0 20 - 39 years old (n=53) 40 years old and over (n=32) Keep the natural attitude, give the frankly and particular answers Keep the natural attitude, give the frankly but not too particular answers Reply clearly and resolutely, be no lengthy or link to other ideas Be no ashamed or fugitive to avoid creating the mystical feeling in children Be often shy or uncomfortable and avoid the children's questions
  18. 18. 4. The Person Who Explain About Sex Issues to Children From 51.8% of 85 respondents, who sometimes/often/usually asked about sex issues by their children, said the respondents and his/her spouse will explain directly about sex issues for their children. And only 1.2% of respondents vote that their children’s grandfather/grandmother or their children’s brother/sister will explain about sex issues to children. Respondents and his/her spouse are person who will directly explain about sex issues to children [Figure 4.1] The Person Who Explain Sex Issues  Q. Please indicate the person who will directly explain the sex problems for your children? [SA] Based n=85 Unit : % 51.8 36.5 7.1 2.4 1.2 1.2 0.0 20.0 40.0 60.0 I and my husband/ wife Myself My wife My husband My children's grandfather/ grandmother My children's brother/ sister
  19. 19. 4. The Person Who Explain About Sex Issues to Children For respondents who sometimes/often/usually asked about sex issues by their children, 30 male respondents said he and his wife directly explain the sex problems to their children (69.7%). Meanwhile, 55 female respondents said her-self directly explain about sex issues to her children (51.9%) There is a different person who explain about sex issues in gender group [Figure 4.2] The Person Who Explain Sex Issues ~ By Gender  Q. Please indicate the person who will directly explain the sex problems for your children? [SA] Based n=85 Unit : % n=55 51.9 40.4 3.8 1.9 1.9 0.020.040.060.080.0 Myself I and my husband My husband My children's grandfather/ grandmother My children's brother/ sister n=30 69.7 18.2 12.1 0.0 20.0 40.0 60.0 80.0 I and my wife My wife Myself
  20. 20. 4. The Person Who Explain About Sex Issues to Children The respondents and his/her spouse chosen by respondents in all two groups: 20 – 39 years old & 40 years old and above, to explain the sex issues to their children directly which accounts for 50.9% and 53.1%. There is not much difference among age group [Figure 4.3] The Person Who Explain Sex Issues ~ By Age  Q. Please indicate the person who will directly explain the sex problems for your children? [SA] Based n=85 Unit : % 1.9 1.9 9.4 35.8 50.9 0.0 20.0 40.0 60.0 My husband My children's grandfather/ grandmother My wife Myself I and my husband/ wife 20 - 39 years old (n=53) 3.1 3.1 3.1 37.5 53.1 0.020.040.060.0 My wife My husband My children's brother/ sister Myself I and my husband/ wife 40 years old and over (n=32)
  21. 21. C. Research findings Part 1. Respondents’ viewpoint on sex problem for children Part 2. Respondents’ opinion about sex education in school
  22. 22. 1. Respondents Support Level Toward Sex Education More than 50% of 183 respondents are support the application of sex education in schools, and 3.8% of respondents totally no support the application of sex education in schools. Most respondents are support the application of sex education in schools [Figure 1.1] Respondents’ Support Level  Q. Please indicate the level of your support with the application of sex education in schools? [SA] Based n=183 Unit : % 3.8 4.4 13.7 56.3 21.9 0.0 10.0 20.0 30.0 40.0 50.0 60.0 Totally no support No support Normal Support Totally support
  23. 23. 1. Respondents Support Level Toward Sex Education There are no significant difference among respondents who support the application of sex education in schools. But, score percentage of totally not support the application of sex education in schools from female respondents is higher than male respondents, which accounts for 6.5% and 1.1%. Both male and female respondents support the application of sex education in schools [Figure 1.2] Respondents’ Support Level ~ By Gender  Q. Please indicate the level of your support with the application of sex education in schools? [SA] Based n=183 Unit : % 1.1 5.5 17.6 58.2 17.6 6.5 3.3 9.8 54.3 26.1 0.0 10.0 20.0 30.0 40.0 50.0 60.0 70.0 Totally no support No support Normal Support Totally support Male (n=91) Female (n=92)
  24. 24. 2. Respondents’ Reasons to Support the Application of Sex Education in Schools There are 58.7% of 168 respondents said the application of sex education in schools can help to protect their children. And only 4.9% of 168 respondents don’t have special reason (it’s only a part of education). The application of sex education can help to protect children [Figure 2.1] Respondents’ Reasons  Q. Please indicate the reason of your support the application of sex education in schools? [MA] Based n=168 Unit : % 4.9 27.3 36.4 38.5 41.3 48.3 49.0 54.5 58.7 0.0 10.0 20.0 30.0 40.0 50.0 60.0 70.0 No special reason, it's only a part of education To avoid sexually transmitted infections To develop comprehensively To equip the knowledge about safe sex To promote the healthy relationships To sufficiently equip the knowledge of sex To prevent from sex before adolescence To prevent self learn or discover in children To help protect themselves
  25. 25. 2. Respondents’ Reasons to Support the Application of Sex Education in Schools While 56.5% of 85 male respondents choose “to help protect themselves” as their reasons to support the application of sex education in schools, 63.5% of 83 female respondents choose “to prevent self learn or discover in children” as their reason. Both male and female respondents have different reasons about the application of sex education in school [Figure 2.2] Respondents’ Reasons ~ By Gender  Q. Please indicate the reason of your support the application of sex education in schools? [MA] Based n=168 Unit : % 44.9 63.5 40.6 36.5 56.5 60.8 36.2 36.5 46.4 50.0 21.7 32.4 46.4 51.4 36.2 45.9 7.2 2.7 0.0 10.0 20.0 30.0 40.0 50.0 60.0 70.0 To prevent self learn or discover in children. To equip the knowledge about safe sex. To help protect themselves. To develop comprehensively. To sufficiently equip the knowledge of sex. To avoid sexually transmitted infections. To prevent from sex before adolescence. To promote the healthy relationships. No special reason, it's only a part of education. n=83n=85
  26. 26. 2. Respondents’ Reasons to Support the Application of Sex Education in Schools For respondents aged 20 – 39 years old said their reason to support the application of sex education in school is to help protect themselves (their children), which accounts for 60.2%. But for respondents aged 40 years old and over choose “to prevent form sex before adolescence” as their reason, which account for 57.8%. There is quite different opinion in age group about the reasons why they support sex education in school [Figure 2.2] Respondents’ Reasons ~ By Age  Q. Please indicate the reason of your support the application of sex education in schools? [MA] Based n=168 Unit : % 54.1 55.6 36.7 42.2 60.2 55.6 35.7 37.8 48.0 48.9 28.6 24.4 44.9 57.8 34.7 55.6 6.1 2.2 0.0 20.0 40.0 60.0 80.0 20 - 39 years old (n=112) 40 years old and over (n=56) To prevent self learn or discover in children. To equip the knowledge about safe sex. To help protect themselves. To develop comprehensively. To sufficiently equip the knowledge of sex. To avoid sexually transmitted infections. To prevent from sex before adolescence. To promote the healthy relationships. No special reason, it's only a part of education.
  27. 27. 3. Age of Children Most Suitable to Have Sex Education in School  Q. Please indicate the ages of children that you think most suitable to have sex education in school? [Matrix SA] Based n=183 Too early Suitable Too late Less than 6 years old 95.6 4.4 0.0 7 - 9 years old 83.1 15.8 1.1 10 - 11 years old 52.5 43.2 4.4 12 - 13 years old 30.6 62.8 6.6 14 - 16 years old 8.7 66.1 25.1 17 - 18 years old 2.7 39.9 57.4 More than 19 years old 0.0 14.8 85.2 0.0 20.0 40.0 60.0 80.0 100.0 183 respondents choose children aged less than 6 years old is too early to have sex education in school (95.6%). The suitable age to have sex education in school is 14 – 16 years old (66.1%). But more than 19 years old is too late to have sex education in school (85.2%). [Figure 3.1] Age of Children Unit : % Children aged 14 – 16 years old is the most suitable age to have sex education in school
  28. 28. 4. Respondents’ Level Agreement Toward Sex Education Most respondents agree that sex education needs to solve the issues relating sex, with mean score 71.9. And most respondents disagree if sex education should be a compulsory part of the curriculum at the primary level, with mean score 36.3. The issues relating sex chosen by most respondents for sex education [Figure 4] Mean Score of Respondents Level Agreement toward Sex Education  Q. Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements on the issue of sex education? [Matrix SA] Based n=183 36.3 46.4 54.0 55.5 64.2 66.3 71.9 0.0 10.0 20.0 30.0 40.0 50.0 60.0 70.0 80.0 Sex education should be a compulsory part of the curriculum at the primary level Parents have the right not to allow their children to participate in sex education classes. Sex education should help children discover knowledge regarding sex and contraceptive devices. Sex education should focus on solving the problems of ravishment and sexual violence. All school-aged children have the right to know the complete information about sex education. Sex education should be a compulsory part of the curriculum at the secondary level Sex education needs to solve the issues relating sex. Conversion Mean 1-5 to Mean Score 0-100 Based on Likert measure: 1: Totally disagree 4: Agree 2: Disagree 5: Totally agree 3: Normal In addition scale 0 – 100 0 – 24.99 : Very small 25.00 – 49.99 : Small 50.00 – 62.49 : Neutral 62.50 – 74.99 : Quite High 75.00 – 87.49 : High 87.50 – 100.00 : Very High
  29. 29. 5. Age of Children Appropriate to Participate in Class of Sex Education Most respondents choose that children aged: 10 – 11 years old appropriate to learn about the issue of sexual orientation 12 – 13 years old appropriate to learn about how to deal with messages (image or content) related to sex, and problem of pornography 14 – 16 years old appropriate to learn about how to deal with situation of ravishment, messages/image/content related to sex, and problem of pornography More than 19 years old appropriate to learn about how to deal with sex problems and contraceptive devices 14 – 16 years old is really appropriate to learn about how to deal with the problem of pornography [Figure 5.1] Age of Children & Class of Sex Education  Q. Please indicate what ages is appropriate to participate in classes on sex education below? [Matrix SA] Based n=183 A B C D E F G1 2 3 4 5 Note: Category of age A: Less than 6 years old B: 7 - 9 years old C: 10 - 11 years old D: 12 - 13 years old E : 14 - 16 years old F : 17 - 18 years old G: More than 19 years old Category of material in sex education class 1 : The issue of sexual orientation. 2 : How to deal with the situation of ravishment or sexual violence. 3 : How to deal with sex problems and the contraceptive devices. 4 : How to deal with the messages with the image or content related to sex. 5 : How to deal with the problem of pornography.
  30. 30. 5. Age of Children Appropriate to Participate in Class of Sex Education From 91 male respondents choose that children aged 7 – 9 years old appropriate to learn about the issue of sexual orientation. For children aged 12 – 13 years old and 14 – 16 years old appropriate to learn about how to deal with the messages with the image or content related to sex. And about how to deal with sex problems and contraceptive devices is appropriate to children aged more than 19 years old Both male and female respondents have a little difference opinion about age of children appropriate to participate in class of sex education [Figure 5.2] Age of Children & Class of Sex Education ~ By Gender  Q. Please indicate what ages is appropriate to participate in classes on sex education below? [Matrix SA] Based n=183 Note: Category of age A: Less than 6 years old B: 7 - 9 years old C: 10 - 11 years old D: 12 - 13 years old E : 14 - 16 years old F : 17 - 18 years old G: More than 19 years old Category of material in sex education class 1 : The issue of sexual orientation. 2 : How to deal with the situation of ravishment or sexual violence. 3 : How to deal with sex problems and the contraceptive devices. 4 : How to deal with the messages with the image or content related to sex. 5 : How to deal with the problem of pornography. n=91 A B C D E F G 1 2 3 4 5
  31. 31. 5. Age of Children Appropriate to Participate in Class of Sex Education From 92 female respondents choose children aged 10 – 11 years old appropriate to learn about the issue of sexual orientation. For children aged 12 – 13 years old appropriate to learn about how to deal with the problem of pornography. The material about how to deal with the situation of ravishment or sexual violence is appropriate to children aged 14 – 16 years old. And the material about how to deal with sex problems and the contraceptive devices appropriate for children aged 17 -18 years old or more than 19 years old. [Figure 5.3] Age of Children & Class of Sex Education ~ By Gender  Q. Please indicate what ages is appropriate to participate in classes on sex education below? [Matrix SA] Based n=183 Note: Category of age A: Less than 6 years old B: 7 - 9 years old C: 10 - 11 years old D: 12 - 13 years old E : 14 - 16 years old F : 17 - 18 years old G: More than 19 years old Category of material in sex education class 1 : The issue of sexual orientation. 2 : How to deal with the situation of ravishment or sexual violence. 3 : How to deal with sex problems and the contraceptive devices. 4 : How to deal with the messages with the image or content related to sex. 5 : How to deal with the problem of pornography. n=92A B C D E F G 1 2 3 4 5
  32. 32. D. Respondent information 66.7 33.3 0.0 10.0 20.0 30.0 40.0 50.0 60.0 70.0 80.0 20 - 39 years old 40 years old and above Age 88.0 12.0 Marital Status Married with children Single with children Based n = 183 Unit : % 49.750.3 Gender Male Female
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