Religious and Cultural Capital as a Social Movement Planting Values Islamic Religiosity in Senior High School Malang, East Java, Indonesia

Asmaun Sahlan


Religious and Cultural Capital as a social movement into a momentum planting Islamic values ​​are most important in an educational environment, especially senior high school. This paper starts from the phenomenon. Thus, this research aims to uncover the behavioral phenomena religious senior high school students and offered solutions in building the values of Islam for students. This study uses a qualitative method using a knife phenomenological analysis. Location studies conducted in high school in Malang. The subjects were the religious teachers at each of the high school. Data collected by interview, observation and focus group discussion. Data were analyzed by cross-case analysis model. The results showed that the students' activities cultural religiosity action is helpful for the development of life skills, especially social life skills and personal life skills. All school subjects research committed to developing it. Students acted "honestly" in monitoring "with the name of Allah I fill this book with honest", thus, they automatically have been practicing the science of theology. The formation of such a religious culture refers to the shared beliefs, attitudes and relationship management, as well as the assumptions are accepted and used by the individual offender. It was, different and complements the findings of previous research findings such as Darden and Pratiknya. The research also found that developing a religious culture by way of constructing morphed identity and character of each individual student.

Keywords: religious, cultural, social movements, high school.

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