Analysis Of Children Values, Academic Socialization, and Motivation to Continue Junior High School Education

Nayla Humaeda, Alfiasari - Alfiasari

Abstract


The aim of this research was to analyze the value of children, academic socialization, and motivation to continue junior high school education of the school-aged children in rural areas. This research used cross sectional design. The location of the research was determined purposively with the criteria of farming households with a big size of paddy land. The examples of this study were 100 children from complete families whose school-age children were selected by random proportional method. The participants of this research were 100 children from intact families who had children of elementary school selected and choosen by propotional random sampling. Result showed that the value of children was in moderate category for each dimension. There was a significantly positive correlation of dimension academic socialization in discussing between learning strategies and the value of psychological. Meanhile, parent’s academic socialization was in the low category. This means that parents are still lacking in
transforming the importance of education to children. The result showed a significant and positive correlation between parent’s academic socialization and child’s motivation to continue education. Parent’s academic socialization also significantly influenced child’s intrinsic motivation to continue education.


Keywords


motivation to continue education; parent’s academic socialization; value of children

Full Text:

PDF

References


[CBS] Central Bureau of Statistics. [The unknown]. School enrollment rates (APS) by province, 2003-2013. [Internet]. [Downloaded 2014 Des 31]. Available at:http://www.bps.go.id/linkTabelStatis/view/id/1527.

_________. [The unknown]. School enrollment rates (APS) by province, 2003-2013. [Internet]. [Downloaded in 2014 Des 31]. Available at: http://www.bps.go.id/linkTabelStatis/view/id/1527.

Bahri NM, Hartoyo. 2013. Investment behavior of children in poor and non-poor families. JIKK. 6 (3): 190-198.

BAPPENAS. 2003. Peningkatan Akses Pendidikan Lebih Berkualitas. Accesed from ://www.bappenas.go.id/files/2513/5098/8841/bab-27---peningkatan-aksespendidikan-lebih-berkualitas__20090202213335__1758__27.pdf (Diunduh pada 2014 Des 31)

Hasibuan RD. 2010. DII Nursing student motivation to continue their education to graduate level in the Faculty of Nursing USU [thesis]. Medan (ID): University of North Sematera.

Hastuti R. Analysis of the value of children, the quality of care, and the development of school-age children in the family rubber farmers and smallholders in Bungo [thesis]. Bogor (ID): Institut Pertanian Bogor.

Lemos MS, Verissimo L. 2014. The relationships between intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation, and achievement, along elementary school. Social and Behavioral Sciences. 112 (2014): 930-938.doi: 10.1016 / j.sbspro.2014.01.1251.

Lewis M. 2011. Academic socialization's role in middle school and high school parent involvement. [Internet]. [Downloaded in 2015 Mar 15]. Available at: http://www.centerschool.org/papirc/documents/academicsocializa tion.pdf

Maidah R. 2014. Relationship allocation of parenting time and parenting mothers with school-age child welfare on farm families [thesis]. Bogor (ID): Bogor Agricultural University.

Nauck B, Klaus D. 2007. The varying Value of Children: Empirical Results from Eleven Societies in Asia, Africa and Europe. SAGE.555 (4): 487-503.doi: 10.1177 / 0011392107077634.

Ormrod JE. 2009. Educational Psychology: Helping Students Grow. Kumara A, translator; Rahmat R, editors. Jakarta (ID): publisher. Translation of Educational Psychology Developing Learners. 2nd Ed.

Orozco GL. 2008. Understanding the culture of the low-income immigrant Latino parents: Key to involvement. The School Community Journal. 18 (1): 21- 37.

Sarwoprasodjo S, Puspitawati H, Alfiasari, Muljono P, Mintarti. 2013. Development of a model family members protection through 2013. Posdaya LPPM-IPB. Bogor (ID): Bogor Agricultural University

Sutiasnah RA. 2015. Factors leading to dropouts (Studies (MI) and MTs (MTs) Nurul Wathan Vortex 8 Enok District of Indragiri Hilir). Jom Fisip.2 (1).

Tan JH, Ismanto AY, Babakal A. 2013. The relationship between parental support and motivation to learn at school-age class IV and V in SD Negeri Kawangkoan Kalawat. e-Kp: vol 1 (1). [Internet][Downloaded in 2015 Mar 13]. Available at: http://ejournal.unsrat.ac.id/index.php/ JKP / article / viewFile / 2191/1749

Trommsdorff G. 2001. Value of children and intergenerational relations: a cross-cultural psychological study. Pp, 6-14.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.29244/jcds.1.2.22-33

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


 

Editorial Office

Journal of Child Development Studies

Department of Family and Consumer Sciences Building Level 2, Bogor Agricultural University
Kampus IPB Darmaga, Bogor 16680, Indonesia
Phone +62-251-8627432
e-mail: jcds@apps.ipb.ac.id, jcds.ikkipb@gmail.com
http://jurnal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/jcds
 

©Copyright of Journal Of Child Development Studies (e-ISSN: 2460-2310) Supported by OJS 

Creative Commons License

Journal of Child Development Studies is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.