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Type :article
Subject :BP Islam. Bahaism. Theosophy, etc
Main Author :Aslina Ahmad
Additional Authors :Md Noor Saper
Eka Sakti Yudha
Dodi Suryana
Nandang Budiman
Uman Suherman
Title :Dimensions of peace culture based on Al Quran values
Place of Production :Tanjong Malim
Publisher :Fakulti Pembangunan Manusia
Year of Publication :2019
Corporate Name :Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
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Abstract : Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
This study has developed a model of peace based on al-Quran. Considering this situation, the Indonesia University of Education and the University of Education Sultan Idris in Malaysia undertook an initiative to jointly identify the local value that has contributed to the perceived and expected peace based on al-Quran in school communities. In this case, schools successfully establish a climate of peace, respect, compassion, fair, ethical and mutual respect. Violence varieties, which are done by teachers and students, have been already very alarming even in the category of emergency. Peace education is an effort to develop a culture of peace schools reinforced with religious values, that education has the capacity and the responsibility to lift humanitarian issues, about how people live side by side with others, and have concern for other human beings. This is indeed the true crisis in education. This study uses qualitative and quantitative approaches. A quantitative approach is used to test the effectiveness of school peace culture based on al-Quran values. A qualitative approach is used in the exploration of a dynamic psychology student. The subjects are Senior High School (SHS) and Vocational High School (VHS) students. The data with observation, and questioners peace culture are based on al-Quran.


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