Tobacco presence on the children’s playgrounds during COVID-19 pandemic
Keywords:cigarette smoke, children's playground, COVID-19 pandemic
The goals of the smoke-free area policy is to protect children’s playground visitors from the bad effects of smoking behavior, either directly or indirectly. However, until now information has not been obtained on the level of exposure to cigarette smoke and the factors that influence it in the children's play area in Sleman Regency after 9 years of the policy. Descriptive research was conducted in April 2021 in 21 observation areas to meet the information needs. There were 4 variables and 13 indicators that were measured, using the method of direct observation in the field and interviews with park managers. The data obtained were analyzed descriptively and Spearman rank correlation analysis with a significant level of 0.05 and discussed using the Precede-Proceed Model. The results show that the level of exposure to cigarette smoke in the children's play area in Sleman Regency is high. There are no facilities in the children's playground area that allow visitors to smoke. Control efforts carried out by the manager on the smoking behavior of visitors are classified as weak.
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