Mapping the Religious Moderation of Students by Using Importance Performance Analysis Model
Introduction/Main Objectives: With the increasing phenomena of the so-called radicalism and fundamentalism among university students, it is a must that a measurable tool to identify and map the students’ perception and practice on the religiosity and later take the corrective actions. The purpose of this paper is to promote managing the religious moderation among university students. It studies perceived values and practices of religious moderation dimensions, namely commitment to the nation, tolerance, anti violence, and accommodating to local cultures. Research Methods: This paper adopts importance performance analysis to identify students’ perception and practice on religious moderation and later classify what measurable action to take: to prioritize, maintain the current level of religious moderation, maintain but think again about weighting the aspects, or reduce the emphasis. Finding/Results: With the use of importance performance analysis, students’ perceived values practice practices on religious moderation aspects can be mapped in the said four classifications. Conclusion: It is expected that the paper can be used to promote managing the perceived values and practice on religious moderation aspects among the university students.
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