Manajemen Laktasi dan Kesejahteraan Ibu Menyusui

Inge Wattimena, Yesiana Dwi W. Werdani, Bernadette Dian Novita, D. A. Liona Dewi
(Submitted 4 March 2016)
(Published 1 December 2015)

Abstract


A mother’s success of lactation depends on her self-management. This study aimed to reveal the contribution of self-awareness (introspection and observation) and self-determination (competency and autonomy) as self-management factors to a lactating mother’s well-being (self-actualization and positive mood). The subjects of this study were 100 mothers who had been breastfeeding for at least six weeks. A structured model was designed with self-awareness as an independent variable to dependent variable of well-being, and as an antecedent variable to self-determination affecting the dependent variable of well-being. Likert scale instruments were used. The data obtained from the questionnaires were analyzed using Structural Equation Modelling program. The models fitting the requirements showed that self-awareness had direct and indirect effects through self-determination on well-being, with a total effect of 0.924. It could be concluded that the success of lactation achieved through the self-management has a strong influence on well-being.

Keywords


actation management; self-awareness; self-determination; well-being

References



Kemente-rian pemberdayaan perempuan dan perlin-dungan anak Republik Indonesia.Artikel.Diunduh dari:http://www.kemenpppa.go.idtanggal6Maret2015
Kemente-rian pemberdayaan perempuan dan perlin-dungan anak Republik Indonesia.Artikel.Diunduh dari:http://www.kemenpppa.go.idtanggal6Maret2015


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DOI: 10.22146/jpsi.9911

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