This study aims to find the social-economic status and environmental factors for tuberculosis in Indonesia by using Indonesia Family Life Survey (IFLS) data in 2014. First, this study analyzes individual characteristics with regression logistic method. Second, this study estimating social-economic status by entering a correction from the first stage. Meanwhile at the third stage, adding factors home environmental conditions and entering a correction from the previous stage. This study find that household income is the affecting factors, especially for households with incomes of less than IDR 600.000. In additions, level education especially high school and college also has a significant effect on tuberculosis. Meanwhile, the environmental factors did not have a significant effect on tuberculosis.

Bahasa Abstract

Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk melihat status sosial ekonomi dan faktor lingkungan terhadap tuberkulosis di Indonesia dengan menggunakan data Indonesian Family Life Survey (IFLS) tahun 2014. Tahap pertama, analisis karakteristik individu dengan metode regresi logistik. Tahap kedua, estimasi status sosial ekonomi dengan memasukkan koreksi dari hasil tahap pertama. Sementara itu, pada tahap ketiga menambahkan faktor kondisi lingkungan rumah dan memasukkan koreksi dari hasil tahap sebelumnya. Studi ini menemukan faktor pendapatan rumah tangga memengaruhi kejadian tuberkulosis, terutama rumah tangga yang memiliki pendapatan kurang dari Rp600.000. Selain itu, tingkat pendidikan, khususnya SMA dan perguruan tinggi, juga berpengaruh signifikan terhadap tuberkulosis. Sementara itu, faktor kondisi lingkungan rumah yang tidak layak tidak berpengaruh signifikan.


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