Guidance of corruption convict contaminants: A model design on correctional institution in Indonesia
Herlambang, Hamzah Hatrik, Antory Royan, Herlita Eryke, Randy Pradityo
A qualitative study has been conducted by Othman in Malaysia with respondent involved such as practitioners, representatives from goverment agencies and senior public sector officials to find out the reasons for corruption. In the study, several themes has emerged, namely for power/strength, opportunity and moral impurity. In this discovery, having no moral value is termed as “Moral Impurity” which refers to indicators as lack of integrity, selfishness, greed, and temptation, as well as lack of principle of life and religion, are the themes identified as related to moral impurity. Other research study that attempt to understand the reasons people conduct such as corruption from moral aspect is a study that tries to find the link between the act of corruption and morals. Andersson, who concluded that the moral risk and the behaviour of others are important aspect to consider in explaining how the achievement of two aspect of equilibrium has an impact on corrupt behaviour. The act of corruption and morals also found to be related with education. The analysis shows that acceptance of corruption decreases with the increases of education, so this study suggest that education is the key of social norms and keeps away from acceptance of corruption. Based on some of these problems, as one of the solutions proposed by deep research conducted with the informants/interviewees, the pattern of guidance for corruptor can be carried out by several methods. The methods that can be used after being confirmed by psychiatric expert are namely, Chanting and Singing, Isolation, Depency and Fear,Activity Pedagogy,Sleep Devriation and Fatigue, Self Critiscm and Finger pointing, Love Bombing, and Indoctrination.
Herlambang, Hamzah Hatrik, Antory Royan, Herlita Eryke, Randy Pradityo. Guidance of corruption convict contaminants: A model design on correctional institution in Indonesia. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research, Volume 8, Issue 4, 2022, Pages 46-55