Student Perception of State Senior High School in Bandung through and Individual that owned Mental Health Disorder

Nissa Chusnia Faidah, Titik Respati, Susan Fitriyana

Abstract


Mental health disorder for now is still becomes a seriously problem in the world. Until now the community has worst perception about people with mental disorder (PWMD). The perception creates stigma and discrimination which can impede health effort as goverment program. The adolescent in a group that can this effort, understanding of PWMD for them will assist to decrease the stigma. The promotion about mental health with consideration in order to the insight of adolescent through PWMD more wider. Purpose of this study is to know image of student perception at senior high school in Bandung City through an individual that owned mental health disorder. This study use descriptive method with subject selection uses stratified random sampling, with sample number as much as 190 students. This study held on May 2017. The study result shows the perception generally through PWMD including good category namely 176 students (92,6). The student has good self perception and external perception through PWMD namely 139 students (73,2) and 136 students (71,6) repeteadly. The general perception of PWMD student including good category. Self perception and external perception of senior high school through PWMD including good category. Good perception must be maintained with increasing education for adolescent about PWMD in order to assist the success of mental health.


Keywords


Mental Disorders, Perception, Adolescent

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