Islamic Habituation in Growing Students’ Social Behavior

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This qualitative research aimed at revealing the habituation of Islamic values in MAN Rejang Lebong. This research used observation, interview, and documentation as instruments. The results showed that the school actualizes reciting the Qur'an before class begins, reciting prayer, reciting salawat, reading asmaul husna, praying duha and zuhur in congregation, applying the five S (senyum, salam, sapa, sopan, santun), Friday prayers, Friday safaris, Friday morning cults, Friday charities and clean Friday and the implementation of religious activities routinely carried out by school principals using strategies in familiarizing religious activities, religious routine activities continuously. So it can cultivate religious social behavior such as the honest discipline of provident living helps be flexible in association and. As for the obstacles to performing the routine of religious activity, there is still a lack of motivation in students, so a small proportion of students are still less active or frequently latent when engaging in activities.




Baryanto, Bahri, S., … Alamsyahril. (2019). Islamic Habituation in Growing Students’ Social Behavior. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(2), 1980–1985.

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