ANALYSIS OF THE PERCEPTION DIFFERENCE OF URBAN AND RURAL PUBLIC TOWARD THE HEALTHY HOUSEHIKMAH
This study aims to determine the perception of urban and rural communities as well as to analyze differences in perceptions of the healthy home. The study population was Head of family who lives in urban and rural areas, research sample was obtained by cluster sampling and random sampling are calculated by nomogram Harry King at the alpha of 10%, with the number of respondents of each 60 people who live in the Liliba Village sub district of Oebobo Kupang and 60 people who live in the village Oekabiti Amarasi District of Kupang district. The data collection is done by the engineering documentation, observation, and questionnaires. The data analysis was descriptive and different test of t-test of Separated Variance. The results showed that the general perception of rural and urban communities are positive / high which indicated a mean of 122.29 or 70%. If the terms of the location of the domicile of each of the respondents indicate that rural communities with a mean of 119.64 (68%) have a lower level of understanding compared with urban communities with a mean of 124.21 (71%). The more real differences in perception proved to test the hypothesis at level of 95% indicates that Ho was rejected and Ha accepted. The result gave the meaning that the difference lies in domicile communities has a different effect on the level of his perception of a healthy home.
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