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Covid 19 in religious and medical perspectives: The correlation between understanding and devotion in transmission preventing procedures


The Covid-19 pandemic, which began in the Wuhan region of China, made the world situation tense. It does not only have implications for economic, social, and political life but also belongs to the sacred area of religious views on disease outbreaks. The objectives of this study are: (1) to explore the relationship of religious Comprehension relating to disease prevention with the observance of Covid-19 transmission prevention procedures; (2) explore the relationship of medical Comprehension to the observance of Covid-19 transmission prevention procedures; and (3) provide recommendations for the government to increase collaboration with religious institutions in handling Covid-19. To achieve this goal, researchers sent 30 survey items to educators (lecturers and teachers) to ensure the confidentiality of respondents. Overall the research findings reveal a significant and robust relationship between the religious and medical Comprehension of compliance with Covid-19 prevention procedures. The ethical implications of this research, the government must involve all parties, especially religious leaders and institutions, in preventing the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Volume Jurnal 24 Nomor Jurnal 8
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Indonesia
2020
Halaman 7441-7452 Issn 1475-7192 Penerbit Hampstead Psychological Associates
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Hadi Pajarianto, Abdul Kadir, Nursaqinah Galugu, Puspa Sari, Sofia Februanti. (2020).Covid 19 in religious and medical perspectives: The correlation between understanding and devotion in transmission preventing procedures.(Electronic Thesis or Dissertation). Retrieved from https://localhost/etd