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Nazli Halawani Pohan (2017)
Publisher: Kopertis Wilayah X
Journal: Jurnal Endurance
Languages: Indonesian
Types: Article
Subjects: Early-age marriage, R5-920, Early-age marriage; Teenage girls, Medicine (General), Teenage girls

The early-age marriage is a marriage which done under reproductive age, <20 years old. Riskesdas (2013) stated that among the women at 10 – 54 years old, 2,6 % got marriedbefore 15 years old and 23,9 % at 15-19 years old. Based on the data from Religious Affairs Office (Kantor Urusan Agama) in Kecamatan Na IX-X, there were 83 teenage girls got married at <20 years old in 2015. The purpose of this study is to identify the factors which have correlation with early-age marriage on teenage girls in Kecamatan Na IX-X Kabupaten Labuhan Batu Utara in 2016. This is an analytic study with Case Control design. The results for every variables are; knowledge (p=0,0005), education (p=0,0005), jobs (p=0,0005), economic status (p=0,003), parents’ role (p=0,270), culture (p=0,001), promiscuity (p=0,001) and mass media (p=0,045), and the multivariate analysis showed that knowledge has p=0,001; OR= 5,082 (95% CI; 1,881-13,732).  It can be concluded that there is no correlation between parents’ role and early-age marriage, and there are some correlations between knowledge, education, jobs, economic status, culture, promiscuity and mass media with early-age marriage, and the dominant factor is knowledge. 

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