ATTARBIYAH
Vol 28 (2018): ATTARBIYAH

Terminology of Indonesia Islamic Education in plurality discourse


., Suwardi, Nursikin, Mukh



Article Info

Publish Date
03 Jan 2019

Abstract

This  study aims to explore the attitudes of the academic community of the Faculty of Tarbiyah and Science Teachers (FTIK) of the State Islamic Institute (IAIN) Salatiga against the use of Islamic education terminology in Indonesia, so as to know the views of  respondents about Islam is single or plural. This research  uses quantitative descriptive research type. The population of this study are students of the third semester and the fifth semester at FTIK IAIN Salatiga as many as 1763 respondents. Researcher took 355 samples of respondents with cluster random sampling technique. Data collection use questionnaire method. Data were analyzed with descriptive  statistics. The data that has been collected then followed the stages of description, reduction, selection, discussion, analysis and conclusions. This research concluded that the majority of the academic community of IAIN Salatiga were disagree  with the terminology of Islamic education of Indonesia. They are more amenable to use the term Islamic education in Indonesia. This shows that the academic community of the FTIK IAIN Salatiga views that Islam as single rather than plural. The study also found  that  respondents who have more  understanding about the conception of Islamic education who reject the terminology of Islamic education in Indonesia are greater than those who have less understanding of the conception of Islamic education. Therefore, it is suspected that there is a negative correlation between the level of understanding of the concept of Islamic education with plurality attitude.


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Journal Info

Abbrev

tarbiyah

Publisher

Subject

Education Social Sciences

Description

ATTARBIYAH is published annually (once a year) by the State Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN) Salatiga. These scholarly journals raise topics around education and teacher training, specifically those associated with Islam and Islamic values. ATTARBIYAH has been published since 1989 and has an ...