Media Digital Literacy Program in Improving Parental Mediation Efficacy with Community Nursing Approach

  • Umi Hani STIKes Karya Husada Semarang
  • Sonhaji Sonhaji STIKes Karya Husada Semarang
  • Clara Novita Anggraini Telkom University
Keywords: Gadget, Digital Literacy, Parental Mediation, Self-Efficacy

Abstract

The research started with initial screening by filling out a questionnaire on gadgets usage for elementary students. The treatment group (n=35) enrolled in 4 online meeting sessions with seven respondents per small group. In the same research period, the control group (n=35) enrolled in only one big class session about parental mediation. After the intervention, the sample measured the level of maternal self-efficacy. Univariate statistics determined the respondent's characteristics, parental mediation of the use of gadgets in children, and the mother's self-efficacy in parental mediation before and after the program. The data were not normally distributed using the Shapiro Wilk test. Thus differences in maternal self-efficacy before and after treatment were analyzed using Wilcoxon. Simultaneously, differences in self-efficacy between the treatment group and the control group were analyzed using Mann Whitney. Digital media literacy significantly increased mothers' self-efficacy in mediating the use of gadgets by children (p <0.05)

Published
2020-11-28
How to Cite
Hani, U., Sonhaji, S., & Anggraini, C. (2020). Media Digital Literacy Program in Improving Parental Mediation Efficacy with Community Nursing Approach. STRADA Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, 9(2), 1779-1787. https://doi.org/10.30994/sjik.v9i2.522