Indonesia, Muslim students, religious attitudes, intolerance
In 2019, according to Pew Research Center, 83% Indonesian people believed that religion has played a significant role in the contemporary Indonesia. As the most Muslim majority country, Indonesia has lots of problems with religious intolerance. This research poster aims to provide data on Indonesian Muslim students’ religious attitudes as well as the possible causes and the measures to tackle the problems. A desk research method was used to collect secondary data from previous studies. The findings show that most Indonesian Muslim students had intolerant behaviors which might be inherited from environments they had lived in. Several causes of the phenomenon were traced, starting from Islamic Education teachers and faculties, the national standards, to cyberspace environments. Some recommendations to revise the national standards, develop the teachers and faculties, and training students are presented. It is hoped that students as the country’s future leaders have more open, moderate, and tolerant viewpoints.
Arts and Humanities | Islamic Studies | Religion
Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State
Awaludin, Aziz, "Tracing The Genealogy Of Indonesian Muslim Students’ Religious Attitudes: What, Why, And What’s Next" (2021). English Language Institute. 136.
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