Penggunaan Gadget pada Anak; Tantangan Baru Orang Tua Milenial

Ria Novianti(1Mail), Meyke Garzia(2),
(1) Program Studi Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini Universitas Riau, Indonesia
(2) Program Studi Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini Universitas Ngeri Jakarta, Indonesia

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Copyright (c) 2020 Ria Novianti, Meyke Garzia

DOI : https://doi.org/10.31004/obsesi.v4i2.490

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Submitted : 2020-03-03
Published : 2020-03-22

Abstract


Generasi abad ke-21 merupakan pengguna teknologi lebih banyak daripada generasi masa lalu. Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mengetahui bagaimana orang tua di era milenial mendampingi penggunaan gadget pada anak. Responden berjumlah 254 orang tua anak (berusia 2-7 tahun) di Kota Pekanbaru. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode survey dengan pendekatan statistik deksriptif. Teknik analisis data menyajikan tabel dan grafik. Secara keseluruhan hasil penelitian menunjukkan 40% anak mengamuk jika tidak diberikan gadget. Kondisi ini memperlihatkan ketergantungan anak terhadap gadget yang cukup tinggi. Sedangkan tujuan Ayah/Bunda memberikan gadget pada anak didapatkan persentase sebesar 22% supaya anak lebih pintar, 21% agar anak tidak rewel, sedangkan terbanyak lain-lain sebesar 34%. Tujuan orang tua memberikan gadget pada dasarnya positif, yakni ingin anak mendapatkan manfaat dari teknologi, namun harus dibarengi dengan aturan yang jelas untuk mengurangi dampak negatifnya. Dengan demikian, penting untuk memahami penggunaan teknologi bagi perkembangan otak dan tubuh anak dengan panduan kebijakan penggunaan yang aman dan efektif.


Keywords


peran orang tua; milenial; gadget; anak usia dini

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