SEX CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN IN INDONESIA AND THE PREVENTION MODEL

*Khoirul Rosyadi -  Sociology Study Program, Faculty of Social and Cultural Sciences, Universitas Trunojoyo, Indonesia
Received: 21 Mar 2019; Published: 31 Aug 2019.
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Abstract
Sex crimes against children in Indonesia have repeatedly continued to occur. Moreover, it has
experienced an increase in both quantity and quality. To prevent this, a model for the
prevention of sex crimes against children in Indonesia is required. The purpose of this study
was to look for a model of prevention of sex crimes against children in Indonesia through sex
education (reproductive health). The study used qualitative research with a phenomenological
approach. The study was conducted in 6 (six) provinces in Indonesia, namely East Java, West
Java, Jakarta, Ambon, Aceh, and West Kalimantan. The results obtained from this study
showed that sex crimes against children in Indonesia occur due to various factors, namely:
lack of knowledge about sexuality, the lack of faith, technological development, economic,
internet, pornography, individualist and permissive culture, and the family issues of the
perpetrators. The result of this study found a model for the prevention of sex crimes against
children in Indonesia based on sex education (reproductive health). Nevertheless, this study
recommends that the implementation of a model of prevention of sex crimes against children
in Indonesia through sex education (reproductive health) will work if there is a synergy
between stakeholders, the state (government), schools, and the community.
Keywords
prevention model, reproductive health, sex crimes against children, sex education

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