Anthropometric Study on Indonesian Women's Growth Based on Birth Year 1995-1999

Lailatul Fitri Fauziah, Myrtati D. Artaria

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Indonesia as a developing country experienced an economic crisis in 1997-1998. The economic crisis can affect the pattern of nutritional fulfilment that causes children born in the span of years experiencing growth disorders. This study aims to analyse the differences in growth of women based on birth years 1995-1999. This study used quantitative methods with descriptive type. The sample in this study were 249 adult women aged 18-22 years old who were born in 1995-1999. The variables studied included height, weight, abdominal circumference, waist circumference. Data were analysed by quantitative analysis method by using descriptive analysis presentation. The results of measurements and data processing indicate that the average height is the lowest for adult women at the age of 19 (born in 1998) and 21 (born in 1996) years.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)469-474
Number of pages6
JournalJournal of Talent Development and Excellence
Issue number2s
Publication statusPublished - 21 Apr 2020


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