Febi Ratnasari, Kustini Rahayu, Nuryanti.
This research is a quantitative research, type of correlation research and cross-sectional research design. The sampling technique used quota sampling method, the number of samples in this study were 120 respondents. Based on the results of research conducted in 2018, the results of the bivariate analysis of the relationship between the use of internet access and teen sexuality attitudes obtained a P-value of 0.039 (P-value <α). Furthermore, it can be concluded that there is a significant relationship between the use of internet access and sexuality attitudes carried out by adolescents at Puri Indah Residence especially in RW 05. The conclusion of this study is 59 adolescents (49.2%) categorized as heavy internet users and 34 adolescents (28.3%) had negative sexuality attitudes. Advice for adolescents is expected to be able to use internet access wisely, use the internet to improve understanding of religion so that they can avoid the emergence of negative sexuality attitudes.View pdf