SELF EFFICACY, SELF REGULATION, AND SOCIAL SUPPORT MODEL OF ADOLESCENT WITH BEHAVIOR RISKED IN THE SOUTH OF JAKARTA HIGH SCHOOL
Increasing incidence of adolescent risk is affecting the quality of life in the future in life. Problems in adolescents are caused by lack of knowledge, attitudes and behavior of families in taking care the child so that it impacts in the high incidence of risky adolescent, especially with the change in the culture and lifestyle of the people. Troubled adolescent will cause the families to experience difficulty in taking care them. In order to prevent further escalation of troubled adolescent, it is necessary to increase capacity through the development of potential in family and social support. This study aim is to obtain a model of preventive health behaviors of troubled adolescent in the community. The research method is using a cross sectional study. The sampling technique in this research is using Purposive Random Sampling technique. The samples are 357 adolescent not healthy diet, smoking, drink alcohol and premarital sex behavior. Statistical test was done by using the Smart Partial Least Square (Smart-PLS). Self-efficacy adolescent is formed by individual characteristics such as age, gender, job knowledge, and income of the parents. The external and internal factors of self-regulation are shaped by individual characteristics and social support factors. Preventive risks in adolescent adolescence not healthy diet, smoking, drink alcohol and premarital sex behavior education are formed by self-efficacy and self regulation. Behavior model of prevention adolescent with risk that produced can be used as a basis for policy makers and health care managers in order to implement various interventions relating to the empowerment of families and communities and can be replicated in the different health care services to achieve better health services in rural and urban communities.