Quantitative and Qualitative Data of Factors influencing physical distancing compliance among young adults during COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia: A photovoice mixed methods study

Published: 6 October 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/9bb4s4tz75.1
Ahmad Junaedi


The dataset has three parts; quantitative data, transcripts of Online FGDs and Photovoice Group Discussions, and Photovoice Photographs. Quantitative data includes the outcome variable which consists of nine measures: 1) maintaining a 1-meter distance, 2) avoiding handshakes, 3) avoiding hugs, 4) avoiding public transportation, 5) working/studying from home, 6) avoiding gatherings and crowds, 7) postponing meetings, 8) avoiding visiting elderly people, and 9) praying at home. In addition, other variables in this data set are sociodemographic characteristics; COVID-19-related variables such as COVID-19 testing, knowledge of COVID-19, etc.; and religious and tradition-related activities such as breaking fast during Ramadan, joining Mudik tradition, etc. Qualitative data includes Online FGDs and Photovoice Group Discussions transcripts and Photovoice Photographs. Five Online FGDs transcripts and 10 transcripts for Photovoice. 29 Photographs of Photovoice are also available in a list.


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Using the Google Form platform, an online self-administered questionnaire was uploaded on the study’s website (http://survey-covid19.herokuapp.com/). The questionnaire was adapted from the WHO European region COVID-19 survey tool and previous COVID-19 survey in the United States and the United Kingdom. The questionnaire was translated into Indonesian, and reviewed by three authors. The face validity and content validity were reviewed by public health experts from the Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia. This questionnaire was also pre-tested with 30 young adults, and after completing the pre-test, online discussions were conducted to ensure that they were able to understand the questionnaire. The questionnaire consisted of 42 questions. Data were checked and cleaned from the spreadsheet that was reproduced from Google Form. Qualitative data were collected through Online FGDs and Photovoice methods.


Tokyo Daigaku


Photography, Infectious Disease, Qualitative Research, Focus Group, Online Discussion, Mixed Research Method, COVID-19