Development of Behavior Models of Pregnant Women towards High Risk Pregnancy Conditions Based on Social and Culture Capital

Evi Pratami, Sukesi Sukesi, Ervi Husni


Introduction: A person behavior in acting is influenced by social and cultural aspects. Someone has a wide stretch throughout the activities carried out namely: walking, working, thinking and another. Aim: To analyze the effect of social capital and culture capital on behavior, prove the model of social capital and culture capital on improving the behavior of high-risk pregnant women. Methods: The study was conducted in 2 stages: First, using a cross sectional design, the population of pregnant women in the Surabaya City Health Service area. Sample size was calculated by the ROT formula, a number of 314 respondents. The sampling technique used non probability sampling. The data were analyzed using PLS. Second stage, tests the model obtained. Results: Social capital affects behavior in the regularity of antenatal care, the accuracy of taking drugs or vitamins, diet, monitoring of fetal movements (T> 1.97), but in the pattern of activity (T <1.97), while culture capital does not affect the regularity of inquiry pregnancy, the accuracy of taking drugs or vitamins (T <1.97), diet (T> 1.97), monitoring of fetal movements (T <1.97), but on activity patterns (T> 1.97). Conclusion: Behavior is influenced by social and culture capital and behavior models based on social and culture capital can improve the behavior of high risk pregnant women. Recommendation: Efforts should be made to apply behavior models based on social and culture capital to improve the behavior of high-risk pregnant women.
Keywords: Social capital, Culture capital, Behavior

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