Domestic violence can have an impact on reproductive health. This study aims to determine the Influence of information through the Flipbook to the level of knowledge about Domestic Violence in fertile couples in Sleman in 2017 ". This research is quasi-experimental research. The population is a fertile-age couple in Sleman in 2017. The sample is obtained by simple random sampling. The sample size was 70 respondents for the experimental group and 70 for the control group. The independent variables are the giving of information through flipbook about domestic violence (KDRT). The dependent variable is Knowledge of Domestic Violence. In the experimental group were given information through the Flipbook on domestic violence, while the control group was given leaflets. Instruments in the form of questionnaires and data collection format. Analysis with T Test analysis with significant level 5% (p = 0,05). The results of this research is in the experimental group given information with the average flipbook knowledge level of pretest domestic violence 62.8, standard deviation 7.2 post test average 78.5 standard deviation 6.6. In the control group with leaflet, pretest average of 60.8, standard deviation of 8.9; average post test 71.5 standard deviation 10.4. Average knowledge increase 15.6, standard deviation 8.5, in leaflet group 10.7, standard deviation 10.4 with p-value 0.003. There is a significant difference in the average increase in knowledge of domestic violence between flipbook and leaflet groups. The conclusion of this study is significant of giving the flipbook to the level of knowledge about domestic violence.
Keywords : Information, Flipbook, Knowledge, Fertile Couples