An Exploration Study of the Influence of Religious Factors on the Resilience of Survivors of the Lapindo Mudflow in Porong Sidoarjo East Java

Muhida, Abdul and Huda, M. Syamsul and Amiruddin, Amiruddin and Yapid, Bunyamin M and Putrie, Suci Ayu Kurniah and Burhanuddin, Burhanuddin and Nurdinig, Nani Harlinda (2019) An Exploration Study of the Influence of Religious Factors on the Resilience of Survivors of the Lapindo Mudflow in Porong Sidoarjo East Java. International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change, 9 (11). pp. 42-59. ISSN 2201-1323

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Abstract

The Lapindo mudflow disaster impacted, tremendously, the whole lives of the survivors. That includes physical, psychological, social, and health factors. However, not all survivors of such tragedy suffereda negative impact. Under certain circumstances, it is proved that catastrophe survivors become very powerful, very strong and able to adjust to reality. They are the Muslim survivors of the Lapindo mudflow in Porong Sidoarjo, East Java. They have already lived 10 years in the impacted area. This study examines the correlation between religiosity, religious orientation, and spiritual well-being, and the resilience of the survivors of the Lapindo mudflow. This study used a survey method with a correlational and comparative quantitative approach. To uncover each study variable, 4 (four) instrument scales of psychology are used. They are a Muslims’ religiosit y scale, religious orientation scale, spiritual well-being scale, and resilience scale. The result of this study indicates that all predictor variables, namely religiosit y, religious orientation, and spiritual wel being either jointly or individually significantly correlate to the resilience of the survivors/victims of the Lapindo mudflow, at the determinant coefficient value = 0.94 (p <0,05). Thus, 94% of the survivor’s resilience are affected by religiosity, religious orientation, and spiritual well-being.

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Muhida, Abdul
abdulmuhid@uinsby.ac.id
2005027501
Huda, M. Syamsul
msyamsulhuda@gmail.com
2029037201
Amiruddin, Amiruddin
amiruddin.azzahra@gmail.com
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Yapid, Bunyamin M
bunyaminmyapid@gmail.com
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Putrie, Suci Ayu Kurniah
suciayu_0904078701@uit.ac.id
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Burhanuddin, Burhanuddin
fburhanuddin@ipdn.ac.id
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Nurdinig, Nani Harlinda
nani.harlinda@uit.ac.id
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Uncontrolled Keywords: Resilience; religiosity; religious orientation; spiritual well-being; survivors of Lapindo mudflow
Subjects: 22 PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES > 2204 Religion and Religious Studies > 220402 Comparative Religious Studies
Divisions: Fakultas Ushuluddin dan Filsafat > Prodi Aqidah dan Filsafat Islam
Depositing User: Abdun Nashir
Date Deposited: 07 Sep 2021 02:52
Last Modified: 07 Sep 2021 02:52
URI: http://repository.uinsby.ac.id/id/eprint/850

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