Reproductive Health Animations as Efforts to Prevent Sexual Harassment in Deaf Students

Murni Winarsih, Lussy Dwiutami Wahyuni, Umi Nanik


Lack of understanding about reproductive health places students with disabilities are at greater risk for sexual harassment. This qualitative research using survey method and aims to obtain information about the needs of developing reproductive health animation media to prevent sexual harassment and deviation in deaf students.. The research was conducted at 14 school of special in Jakarta and West-Java Province with quantitative method.  Data was taken from 105 teachers through a questionnaire and analyzed using Huberman and Miles models and the process including data reduction, data display,and verification. The results of this research obtain communication barriers which are the main cause of the ineffectiveness of sex education in deaf students can be overcome by developing reproductive health media for deaf students. Animation media is seen as more interesting and more effective in terms of helping deaf students with more easily understood reproductive health material. The study concludes that learning of reproductive health for deaf students provide a good understanding of sex education in reproductive health. The information presented through reproductive health animation media is also very important to reduce and prevent acts of sexual harassment for deaf students.


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