Religious Development Management In Forming Noble Character Principles Of The Prisoner

Authors

  • Ahmad Nawawi Abdurrauf Postgraduate Program, Faculty of Education, Universitas Islam Nusantara Bandung, Indonesia
  • Iim Wasliman Department of Education, Universitas Islam Nusantara Bandung, Indonesia
  • M. Andriana Gaffar Department of Education, Universitas Islam Nusantara Bandung, Indonesia
  • Mustatul Anwar Department of Education, Universitas Islam Nusantara Bandung, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v3i4.417

Keywords:

Management of religious development, prisoners and noble character.

Abstract

This paper writing is motivated by the decline in public morals and the consequences of violations of the
law that damage the social life order. During the sentencing process, prisoners are still shrouded some
mindsets such as ; Trying to get out of the Penitentiary, holding a grudge against other people, feeling
dissatisfied with the court decision, feeling like a person who does not get recognition from the
community, feelins of disappointment and hopelessness and still difficult to eliminate in everyday life and
people worry about not accepting it. or think negatively after finishing the punishment. The study aimed
to describe the management of religious development in forming the noble character of prisoner based on
Islamic boarding schools through the At-Taubah Integrated Islamic Boarding School (LPK-PPTA). The
specific objective is to find out the management of prisoner religious development through the approach
of (1) Planning, (2) Implementation (3) Evaluation (4) Problems (5) Solutions (6) Impact. The research
formulation is how to manage religious development to shape the character of noble prisoners (a case
study at the At-Taubah Integrated Islamic Boarding School Religious Development Institute, Class II B
Amuntai Penitentiary, Hulu Sungai Utara Regency, South Kalimantan Province). This research used a
naturalistic qualitative research approach namely the situation and conditions at the research location
without manipulation with descriptive qualitative research methods. The results of this study was an
innovative model of the Islamic boarding school-based religious development program, namely religious
psychosomatic psychotherapy through coaching management functions. In the implementation of the
management and correctional institutions involving all elements, both internal and external, it obtained
good result both in terms of religious understanding (tafaqquh fiddin), life skills (life skills) and noble
character (good character), in shaping character. noble character of prisoners. It is recommended to
continue to carry out religious guidance for prisoners to make prisoners having faith, knowledge and do
good deeds.

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Published

2022-09-01

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Nawawi Abdurrauf, A., Wasliman, I. ., Andriana Gaffar, M. ., & Anwar, M. . (2022). Religious Development Management In Forming Noble Character Principles Of The Prisoner. International Journal of Educational Research &Amp; Social Sciences, 3(4), 1380–1389. https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v3i4.417

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