Behavioural Changes Of 2019’s SEKOPER CINTA Students According To Demographic Characteristics

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Atalia Praratya , Susanne Dida , Dadang Sugiana , Purwanti Hadisiwii


SEKOPER CINTA (Women's School to Achieve Dreams) is a non-formal education that has been established by the West Java Government since 2019 as an effort to solve women's social issues in West Java. The aim of the SEKOPER CINTA non-formal education program is to create behavioural changes, especially in cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains. This research describes the behavioural changes of SEKOPER CINTA students in 2019 based on demographic characteristics such as education background, age, and marital status. This research using descriptive quantitative methods with cross tabulation data between behavioral change variables and demographic characteristics of education level, age, and marital status on every cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains with 270 SEKOPER CINTA participants from 27 districts/cities in West Java. The results showed that there was a high number in the behavior change of 2019’s SEKOPER CINTA students in every demographic characteristic based on education, age, and marital status as well as in measurements count on each cognitive, affective and psychomotor domain.

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