Analysis of stakeholder’s role in community in the effort of early-age marriage prevention: a case study in junior high school students in Gunung Kidul District Yogyakarta
Keywords:early-age marriage, junior high school students, prevention
This research aims to find out the role of stakeholders in society in the effort of early-age marriage prevention in junior high school students in Gunung Kidul District. This research is qualitative research by using a case study approach which is conducted in Gunung Kidul District Yogyakarta including Ponjong and Playen Sub-District. The research subject consists of 15 headmasters, 15 adolescents that are still active at school as well as 15 guidance and counseling teachers. The kind of data in this research consists of primary data obtaining from the result of the interview and secondary data obtaining from documentary study results. The technique of collecting data is conducted through four stages such as interview, observation, FGD (Focus Group Discussion), and documentation. The technique of data analysis in this research used an interactive model i.e. implementation of data analysis consists of data reduction component, data presentation, making conclusion and verification interactively and related each other during and after data collection. The research result shows that the main cause of early-age marriage occurrence in Gunung Kidul District is the incident of pregnancy before marriage.
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