Increasing Prevention Knowledge of Sexual Violence and Emotional Maturity on Children through the Mini-Movie Media

Iqlima Dwi Kurnia, Ilya Krisnana, Farida Norma Yulianti


Sexual violence against children is one of the world’s problem that has an impact on the mental, physical, and psychological conditions such as depression, fear, shame, which can lead to suicide for the victim. The level of prevention knowledge and emotional maturity in the child needs to be grown. Objective of this study was analyze the effect of mini movie on the level of knowledge prevention of sexual violence and the level of emotional maturity in school-age children. This study used quasi experimental design with two groups and involved 85 students. The Emotional Maturity and Knowledge of Child Abuse Questionnaire used as the instrument. This research conducted used a simple random sampling technique. The collected data were tested use Mann-Whitney and Wilcoxon statistical test. The research showed that mini movie media had a significant impact on the level of prevention knowledge sexual violence (p=0.000 and p=0.025) and the level of emotional maturity (p=0.000 and p=0.000). Mini movie media becomes a mass approach in modern era that can provide accurate information in delivering health messages for children. Education through mini movie media can stimulate children's awareness and teacher as an effort to prevent sexual violence.


Keywords: motion picture, knowledge, child abuse sexual



Child abuse sexual, knowledge, motion picture.

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