International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research

International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research


International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research
International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research
Vol. 5, Issue 6 (2019)

Ashamed culture implementation in anti corruption education model for students of Stie Sibolga


Nelvitia Purba, Hardi Mulyono, Risnawaty, Umar Darwis, Fakultas Hukum

Anti-Corruption Education which is held today among students as outlined in the provisions of Kemenristekdikti Number 33 of 2019 is one of the programs that carried out to increase the concern and awareness of students about the dangers of corruption if it is carried out by the next generation of the nation in Indonesia and especially in Sibolga City Based on the provisions of the Permenristekdikti that Anti-Corruption Education is carried out by inserting (insertion) into relevant subjects, such as Civics, Citizenship Education and other relevant courses. The research method used in the study: using legal research that is legal in nature is to find out the rules or legal regulations through various legal documents in this case the Ashamed Culture rules that exist in the local wisdom of the Malays allow as a learning model for Anti-Corruption Education in STIE Al Washliyah Sibolga. The analyzing data obtained through qualitative research, where the data collected has drawn conclusions that describe accurate research results. From the research results, it can be stated that: Education in Higher Education is one of the solutions to prevent corruption which is a young generation. In 2019 the Ministry of Research and Technology issued regulation No. 33 of 2019 on September 3, 2019, concerning the Implementation of Anti-Corruption Education in Higher Education with the insertion pattern (insertion ) to relevant subjects. Anti-Corruption Education is implemented in several relevant subjects. In STIE Al Washliyah Sibolga by inserting it in the Civics Education course. Local Wisdom Shame Malay culture is poured into proverbs and point to Malay teaching. The messages are in the form of taboos that are unrelated to law-abiding and law-abiding in Malay customary customs. The cultural aspects of shame in preventing corruption can be viewed from the cognitive aspects, facts, ways, and habits that are implemented in everyday life by STIE Al Washliyah Sibolga students. So it becomes a culture for anti-corruption.
Pages : 73-76