Family Functions And Behavior On Population Problem In North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Ardiansa A. T. Tucunan, Brigitte Inez Maitimo, Najib
This study aims to analyse the relationship between family functions and behaviour on population problems in North Sulawesi Province. This research was conducted in the BKKBN Representative Office for North Sulawesi Province for three months using secondary data from the Accountability Program Performance Survey (SKAP), 2019. It was a quantitative analytic descriptive study with a cross-sectional approach. The sample in this study was a total population of 5,768 respondents who met the criteria as respondents. In this case, the implementation of family functions with behavior on population issues. The results showed that all family function variables include religious, socio-cultural, love, protection, reproduction, socialization and education, economy, and environment, have a relationship with behavioral variables on population issues with a correlation value of 0.000 (P <0.05).