463 MAGIC QUESTION: ISLAMIC PSYCHOEDUCATION GROUP PROGRAM WITH PROBLEM SOLVING TECHNIQUES TO REDUCE JUVENILE DELINQUENCY

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Amirah Dzatul Himma
Etika Meiranti

Abstract

Indonesia in the next one to three decades will experience a demographic bonus, where teenagers will enter the productive age. Based on the results of the BPS Population Census in 2010, there were recorded 237.6 million Indonesians and 64 million of them were teenagers. Nearly 30% of Indonesia's population is teenagers, a critical but strategic period to be fostered because teenagers are prepared to become the next generation of the nation. However, the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) noted an increase in juvenile delinquency in Indonesia from year to year, in 2015 the number of juvenile delinquency reached 7762 cases. The latest data in 2017 shows an increase in case rates of up to 20 percent from the previous year. Research conducted by Saripudin in 2009 found that 70% of adolescents who committed delinquency were adolescents who did not receive religious education in their environment. Counselor have a greater role to instill religious values in adolescents. This is because teenagers spend more time in the school environment than at home, so that the influence of the school environment will have greater influence on adolescents. 3 Magic Question is an Islamic Psychoeducation Group Program that provides an understanding of fundamental and profound Islamic religion so as to reduce juvenile delinquency in adolescents.

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How to Cite
Himma, A. D., & Meiranti, E. (2018). 463 MAGIC QUESTION: ISLAMIC PSYCHOEDUCATION GROUP PROGRAM WITH PROBLEM SOLVING TECHNIQUES TO REDUCE JUVENILE DELINQUENCY. International Conference on Islamic Guidance and Counseling, 1(1), 30-34. Retrieved from http://conference.uin-suka.ac.id/index.php/icigc/article/view/224