INCORPORATING COMPLEX SURVEY DESIGN FOR ANALYSING THE DETERMINANT OF WOMEN IN REPRODUCTIVE AGE PARTICIPATION IN FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAM IN INDONESIA
Data generated from complex survey are often treated as un-weighted simple random samples by analyst. This is unfortunate because everyone has different probability to be selected as sample in each stage of the complex survey design. Fail taking it into account will have serious impact in parameter and variance estimation. This paper aims to examining relationship between participation in family planning program and socio demographic status of women in reproductive age in Indonesia used data from latest Indonesian’s Demographic and Health Survey (IDHS). IDHS employs a multi stage stratified sampling design, thus there are a number of weights included in public-use IDHS datasets to account for this complex sample design. We found that the complex design features of the IHDS increased the variance estimates of the estimated parameters in the logistic regression models by about 1.325 – 1.88 times, compared to a simple random sampling. Therefore, using variance estimated from un-weighted simple random samples would lead to wrong conclusion of the significance parameter suggested by the model. The result also found that all of socio demographics variables used as predictors are significant. Thus, women with moderate education, unemployment, exposed by media, living in rural community and wealthy, have spouse that have moderate education and have a job tend to participate in family planning program.
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