The Role of Mothers in Educating Islamic Values for Children in Campurejo Village, Kediri City

Authors

  • Titin Widya Risni Faculty of Engineering, Kadiri University, Indonesia
  • Pamadya Vitasmoro Faculty of Engineering, Kadiri University, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.35719/jier.v5i1.336

Keywords:

Role of Mothers, Educating Islamic Values, Children

Abstract

Speed must be balanced with Islamic values. This balance is needed by the mother's role in educating her children about Islam. This study aims to examine the relationship of faith, worship, and noble character with Islamic values. This study uses the chi-square test of each variable used. Testing relationships without using group data. This finding is that there is no relationship to the mother's role in faith and worship. However, there is a relationship with the noble character practiced by their early childhood in the Campurejo sub-district. Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kadiri University

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Published

28-01-2024

How to Cite

Risni, Titin Widya, and Pamadya Vitasmoro. “The Role of Mothers in Educating Islamic Values for Children in Campurejo Village, Kediri City”. Journal of Islamic Education Research 5, no. 1 (January 28, 2024): 45–54. Accessed February 22, 2024. https://jier.uinkhas.ac.id/index.php/jier/article/view/336.
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