PERBEDAAN PERAN SEKS ANTARA ORANG TUA DENGAN REMAJA
Adolescence is a time of search for identity, adolescents undergo much change in him, the development of physical and psychological development affect sex roles. Through the identification process to parents, and through the learning process will influence adolescent attitudes and behavior. The influence of mass media, cultural factors and the shift of value to give different views among adolescents with parents. Through social learning processes tend to be teenagers choose androgin attitude, in contrast to parents who have a traditional role, which tends masculine father and mother tend feminine. This research is quantitative research that will be used to test the hypothesis, whether there are differences in the role of sex between young men with a father and teenage daughter with the mother. The variables in this study consist of two independent variables namely in this study were gender (status in the family), and the dependent variable is the role of sex. The population in this study were adolescents aged 15-19 years and their parents respectively. Sampling technique using purposive sampling technique. The population there is 50 pairs. The research was conducted on December 17 to 21 December 2005. Instruments in this research is by using the BSRI (Bem Sex Role Inventory) from here will be obtained some other categories of sex roles between sex role masculine, feminine, or androgin. BSRI consists of 60 statements with details; 20 including the nature of the masculine, 20 feminine characteristics, and 20 neutral. The result of the data obtained in the form of the number of frequencies for each sex (status in the family). Then the results were tested with Chi-Square technique, for the father and teenage son obtained value = 12.155, Sig = 0.007 <0.010 which means that there are differences in sex roles which is significant between fathers with teenage sons. As for the mother and teenage daughter = 3.373, Sig = 0.338> 0.050 which means no sex role differences between mothers with teenage daughters. The results showed that many young men who have androgin nature, in contrast with the father of the greatest frequency is in the masculine sex role. But for girls with mothers not having sex role differences they both have a feminine sex role.
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