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Islamic Perspective on Students Wearing a Burqa at Universities in Indonesia: Results from a Survey at Three Universities

Hanafiah, H.M and Hafidzi, Anwar and Nadhiroh, Wardatun and Assyauqi, Moh. Iqbal and Abidin, M. Zainal and Sulaiman Kurdi, Musyarrafah and Andini, Yokke (2019) Islamic Perspective on Students Wearing a Burqa at Universities in Indonesia: Results from a Survey at Three Universities. Asian Journal for Public Opinion Research, 7 (4). pp. 251-260. ISSN 2288-6168 (Submitted) (Submitted) (Submitted) (Submitted)

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Burqa or in Arabic An-Niqab is used to cover the entire face of a woman, except the two eyes. The burqa is not obligatory according to Syafi’i madzhab, which is followed by the majority of Indonesian Muslims. In this study, researchers used a survey to develop an understanding of veiled female students’ attitudes about themselves, their experience wearing a burqa, interactions with peers, and their perception of how other members of their academic community perceive them. The survey used Likert-type items. The sample in this study was 100 students from three general universities in South Kalimantan: Antasari State Islamic University, Rasyidiyah Khalidiyah Islamic College, and College of Quranic Sciences. The key findings include that 58.2% indicated a willingness to form associations with any women; 17.7% said they were happy associating only with the veiled community. A total of 13.9% said that sometimes they were told to take off their burqa when they were in the classroom While most said they were never bullied on campus (67.1%), 19% said they were often bullied. Most (78.5%) said that they were given freedom even though there was a suggestion to open their faces when education and learning were taking place.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: Dr Ahdie Anwary
Date Deposited: 04 Sep 2020 07:24
Last Modified: 04 Sep 2020 07:24
URI: http://idr.uin-antasari.ac.id/id/eprint/14743

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