RISK FACTORS FOR STRESS IN SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTS IN TEENAGER STUNTING

Authors

  • Eravianti , Delmi Sulastri , Adang Bachtiar , Yantri Maputra

Abstract

A teenager identical to the word rebellion, in psychology itself is often referred to as the time of storm
and stress. Stunted teenagers are more susceptible to stress than those that are not stunted, one of the
causes of stress is school factors. The research aims to find out the stress and stress risk factors in the
school in young stunting. This type of research used quantitative studies with cross-sectional
approaches. The population of the research is a high school teenager in Padang. Sampling techniques
use multistage random sampling. Total samples of 250 students with 125 teenage stunting and 125
teenagers were not stunted. The results showed teenagers who were stunting more severely stressed
stress (73.6%) not stunting (64.8%). There is a peer–to–peer relationship with stress, value p < 0.05 (p
= 0.031) and or 2.30. There is a task load relationship with stress, value P < 0.05 (P = 0.044) and OR
2.13. But there is no connection between the state of the class with stress, the value of P > 0.05 (p =
0.075). Stress Risk factors in school in young stunting are peers and task loads.

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Published

2020-12-05

How to Cite

Eravianti , Delmi Sulastri , Adang Bachtiar , Yantri Maputra. (2020). RISK FACTORS FOR STRESS IN SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTS IN TEENAGER STUNTING. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 8859 - 8862. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2337