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|Author||Djannah S.N., Sulistyawati S., Sukesi T.W., Mulasari S.A., Tentama F.|
|Title||Audio-visual media to improve sexual-reproduction health knowledge among adolescent|
Djannah S.N., Sulistyawati S., Sukesi T.W., Mulasari S.A., Tentama F.; Audio-visual media to improve sexual-reproduction health knowledge among adolescent ;International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education vol:9 issue: 1 page:138.0
|Keywords||Adolescent education; Audio-visual media; Knowledge; Sexual-reproduction health
|Link to article|| https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85081281561&doi=10.11591%2fijere.v9i1.20410&partnerID=40&md5=7d0b054e43a0577d56486a26b7c51869
|Abstract||Lacking knowledge among adolescents affects their understanding of some problems related to sexual-reproduction health. Electronic media recognized as the favored source of information for adolescents. This research aimed to assess the effect of audio-visual media to the increasing of sexual-reproduction knowledge. We conducted a before and after without control informal experimental study design into 153 students in the 1st-3rd grade of junior high school. The effect of the intervention was assessed through the difference between pre-and post-intervention by using the Wilcoxon test. The mean score of the respondent pre and post-intervention was significantly increasing. The audiovisual increased the knowledge of the adolescent regarding sexual-reproduction health. © 2020, Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science. All rights reserved.
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