THE URGENCY OF RELIGIOUS FORUM AS THE BASIS OF EDUCATION FOR CORRUPTION PREVENTION AMONG GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS (A MULTI-SITE STUDY IN MALANG RAYA GOVERNMENT MOSQUES)

Ahmad Barizi(1*), Siti Rohmah(2), Moh. Anas Kholish(3)
(1) Maulana Malik Ibrahim State Islamic University (UIN) Malang, Indonesia.
(2) Universitas Brawijaya Malang, Indonesia.
(3) Maulana Malik Ibrahim State Islamic University (UIN) Malang, Indonesia.
(*) Corresponding Author
DOI : 10.30762/didaktika.v9i1.3166

Abstract

This article aims to determine the construction of the thoughts of preachers and preachers about the urgency of preventing corruption through religious forums at the Greater Malang Government mosque. In addition, this study also aims to identify and analyze the role of spiritual forums in the Greater Malang Government mosque in preventing corruption. The approach used in this study is a qualitative approach by making in-depth interviews, observations, and documentation as data collection techniques. The results of this study indicate that the construction of preachers and preachers about the urgency of religious forums as a basis for preventing and fighting corruption in Malang Raya has strong potential as well as cultural capital to inject the awareness of the mustami', most of whom are officials. There are construction variants among the preachers and preachers at the Government Mosque of Malang Raya. The constructions in question include theological buildings, Sufism, jinayah fiqh, eschatological constructions, and qawaidul fiqhiyah. Meanwhile, the role of preventing and fighting corruption at the Baiturrohim Mosque in Malang City Hall through religious forums has been carried out. However, studies on the theme of corruption are not explicitly discussed but are tucked away in various themes of sermons and lectures. Likewise, what happened at the Baiturrahman Grand Mosque, Malang Regency, and An Nuur Mosque, Batu City, several momentums of religious forums that were used as the basis for preventing and fighting corruption were expressed in religious activities such as cults, weekly and monthly recitations, Friday sermons, and commemorations. Islamic holidays. Through religious forums, preachers play a significant role as spiritual generators to bring about social change. This effort is carried out as shock therapy for officials so that they can behave honestly and trustworthy.

Keywords


Religious Forums; Corruption Prevention; Mosques

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