THE IMPLICATION OF HOUSEWIVES' DUAL ROLES ON THE PHENOMENON OF CHILDREN'S ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION IN BAWU VILLAGE RT 08 RW 02 BATEALIT JEPARA

Rizqina Handayani, Santi Andriyani

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The application of Islamic religion from an early age will greatly affect the psychological and emotional conditions of children which will later have an impact on their daily lives. Islamic religious education for children in question is how the guidance is so that they grow and develop optimally according to Islamic teachings, both in faith and morals, so that is what is meant by Islamic education or the implementation of Islamic values which will later become a limitation for children in their behavior. while families have the responsibility of providing this, especially dual role families who do not have a partner in providing education and other financial needs. This research aims: (1) to describe the implications of the dual role of housewives on the phenomenon of children's Islamic Religious Education in Bawu Village RT 08 RW 02 Batealit Jepara. (2) To describe the supporting and inhibiting factors of the dual role of housewives towards the phenomenon of children's Islamic Religious Education in Bawu Village RT 08 RW 02 Batealit Jepara.

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Keywords: Implications, Dual Role, Islamic Religious Education

 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34001/kajogs.v1i2.5566

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