Efforts to Resolve Juvenile Delinquency in Serang (A Case study in SMKN 5, SMK PGRI I, and SMK PGRI 3, Serang)

  •  H. HASANUDIN SN    


The purpose of the research is to discover and to analyze the cause of juvenile delinquency, school’s role in order to overcome the issue, and the efforts performed to resolve the issue in three vocational high schools in Serang. Qualitative method is used in order to comprehend the regular state of the objects through placing the researcher as the key instrument. The data collection is done through purposive and snowball technique, a technique done through triangulating, where the data analysis is inductive, and the findings are emphasized on significance rather than generalization. The findings show that the cause of juvenile delinquency in Serang involves internal and external factors. The internal factor revolves around personality, status and the students’ role in the society. Meanwhile, the external factors are family where the issues lies on the parent’s inability in disciplining their children, the lack of spiritual knowledge, especially Islamic value, and the poor control from the society which is often oblivious of student’s characteristic. The method to resolve juvenile delinquency in Serang concentrates on the curative and preventive precautions as following: reciting the Quran 15 minutes before the first subject of each day begins, conducting a routine group dhikr every Friday night, conducting a religious seminar every month which involves every party, conducting a routine brief lecture after Zuhr pray, whether it is delivered by teacher of the students, as well as da’wah training for students given by the teachers.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1927-0526
  • ISSN(Online): 1927-0534
  • Started: 2011
  • Frequency: semiannual

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