The IMPLEMENTATION OF CULTURE AND RELIGION: MALAY DRESS IN FORMAL EDUCATION IN RIAU
Planting Malay cultural values, practicing Malay cultural values in society and implementing the use of Malay traditional clothing. The development and promotion of Malay cultural values in teaching, behavior and wisdom, as well as Malay dress procedures that exist in all walks of life. The use of comfortable and polite clothing is a measure of the success of a learning process. In Tanah Melayu, it is important to wear Malay clothes that are in accordance with Islamic law as an expression of love for culture and religion, especially for the nation's generation. This study aims to look at students' perceptions of the implementation of Malay clothing in the school environment as a development of cultural love that reflects religious values in formal educational institutions in Riau. This study surveys data using Google forms and the Mix approach approach (combined research) related to the action using both quantitative methods and qualitative methods in the application process of the same research. In this study, samples were taken from various junior high schools, high schools and universities in Riau. The sampling technique used is purposive sampling. The results of research with student-specific respondents indicate that the main factors that influence students to be interested in implementing Malay clothing are Malay traditional clothing according to Islamic law, then the supporting factors are comfort in dressing, knowledge of the rules for wearing Malay clothing, understanding of Malay clothing. while for universities, students respond well, it can be seen in the attached diagram that students feel the need to wear Malay brackets for one day on campus. Baju Kurung is also one of the works of art in the Malay world which was designed in 1999 according to Islamic customs and beliefs.
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