Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Educational Management and Administration (CoEMA 2017)

Risk of Children's Violence by Social and Demographical Factors in Slum Area Surabaya Indonesia

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Aristiana Aristiana Prihatining Rahayu
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Available Online August 2017.
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Keywords
child abuse, social factors, demography
Abstract
Nowdays more and more cases of abuse against children, whether physical, verbal, emotional, or sexual. Some factors that could be the cause of abuse against children include family dysfunction, economic factors, and misperceptions about how to educate children. Based on data from the Ministry of Women and Children's Empowerment (Kemen PP & Anak) per 2010, the number of 25 million Indonesian children has experienced various forms of abuse. The mean abuse is due to family economic pressures and poor parental understanding of parenting. Related to this issue, the Government has issued the Regulation of the Minister of Women Protection (PP) & Child Protection (PA) Number 2 Year 2010 on National Action Plan for the Prevention and Handling of Abuse against Children. Areas prone to abuse against children, such as in densely populated areas, slums and remote villages. The research method is qualitative with analytical descriptive approach in data analysis. The results of data analysis in the form of exposure to some observed variables, and the relationship between these variables. In the study found that, residents who live in slums or densely populated vulnerable to abuse in children, whether physical abuse, psychological / emotional, and verbal abuse. Children with poorly educated / out-of-school parents, with no regular employment, low religious knowledge and practice are more at risk / more likely to experience abuse. Likewise with children whose parents marry young, the number of children and many have a dark past as victims of abuse in the care of their parents, also have a greater risk of becoming victims of abuse. Child abuse also causes non-fulfillment of children's access to the right to life, including the right to education services that cause children to drop out of school. In conclusion, there is a model of linkage between the risk of child abuse and social and demographic factors in the slums.
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2nd International Conference on Educational Management and Administration (CoEMA 2017)
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Advances in Economics, Business and Management Research
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August 2017
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978-94-6252-378-4
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2352-5428
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