The Determinant Factor Premariral Sexual Behavior in Female Student Migrant Workers
Keywords:determinants, sexual behavior, female student, phenomenology.
This research is a qualitative phenomenological approach, aims to analyze the factors that trigger the student
premarital sexual behavior in children of migrant workers. Data collected by the snowball technique and
purposive through observation, interviews, and documentation. The validity of the data using triangulation
confirmation. Analysis of the data used is an interactive model of Miles and Huberman. The findings of this
study indicate: (1) a permissive attitude towards dating; (2) lack of knowledge and information that is not true
of reproductive health; (3) lack of self-control on mahasisianak migrant workers; (4) conformity peers makes
the subject tends to follow the custom of peergropnya; (5) social and cultural conditions of permissiveness
towards modernization and globalization; (6) family background and lack of moral education from an early
age from family; (7) lack of good role models and a lack of parental supervision. Further studies should be
done on a pornographic media exposure variables, and modeling of the environment.