Abstract

Promiscuity is a collection of various adolescent behaviours that are not normal so that it is not acceptable both socially and legally. This study aims to obtain an overview of the influencing factors based on reproductive health education, religion, mass media, the environment, the role of parents. The research method used is a mixed-method with an explanatory design model. The sampling technique in this study was carried out by the proportional sampling method with a total sample of 87 people. In comparison, the qualitative informants amounted to 3 people. The data obtained were then performed univariate, bivariate and multivariate analysis, bivariate was by using the Chi-Square statistical test and multivariate analyzed by Multiple Logistic Regression Test at α = 0.05 (95%) The results of this study indicate that there is a significant relationship between the variables of reproductive health education (p-value = 0.000), religion (p-value = 0.000), mass media (p-value = 0.000), environment (p-value = 0.000) and the role of parents ( p-value = 0.000) with promiscuity. The role of parents is the most dominant variable influencing the behaviour of promiscuity among adolescents in Langsa City (Value Exp B = 11,528, 95% CI: 1,769-75,104). The informant I was influenced by the dimensions of environmental services and the role of parents. The informant II was influenced by the role of parents and reproductive health education, and the informant III was influenced by the dimensions of environmental services, the role of parents, and the mass media. This study concludes that reproductive health education, religion, mass media, the environment and the role of parents influence promiscuity among adolescents in Langsa City. Environmental variables are the most dominant factor in influencing the behaviour of promiscuity among adolescents in Langsa City. According to the informant I, the most influential factor is the role of parents. The informant II stated that the most influential factor is the role of parents. Finally, according to informant III, the most influential factor is the role of parents.