Analisis Perbandingan Pendidikan Karakter di Singapura dan Indonesia (Landasan Ideologi dan Problematikanya)

Authors

  • Madani Ahmadan Pendidikan Agama Islam, Universitas Darussalam Gontor, Indonesia
  • Nuhla Sofwatin Nisa' Ilmu Hukum, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia
  • Muhammad Farel Farazandi Studi Agama-Agama, Universitas Darussalam Gontor, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55681/nusra.v5i2.2550

Keywords:

Character Education, Comparative Education, Indonesia and Singapore

Abstract

This study compares Singapore and Indonesia's approaches to character education. The three main subjects of this research are the problems and ideological foundations of character education in the two countries. A qualitative research method with a library approach, often referred to as desk research, is the methodology used. Study findings, published works, or official policies related to character education in the two countries are the sources of the data. Character education in Indonesia is based on the country's ideology, culture, religious views and customs, according to the research findings. Similarly, government policy constraints, official ideologies and philosophical beliefs form the foundation of character education in Singapore. Singapore and Indonesia both have problems with free sex, vandalism, thuggery and juvenile crime. Variations in stress levels affect the character of young people due to the high level of mobility in Singapore.

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Published

2024-05-14

How to Cite

Ahmadan, M., Nisa’, N. S., & Farazandi, M. F. (2024). Analisis Perbandingan Pendidikan Karakter di Singapura dan Indonesia (Landasan Ideologi dan Problematikanya). NUSRA : Jurnal Penelitian Dan Ilmu Pendidikan, 5(2), 523–531. https://doi.org/10.55681/nusra.v5i2.2550