Social sensitization with the teachings of KH Ahmad Dahlan as a counselor strategy to create peace in school: A systematic literature review
Keywords:Violence, Peace, Social sensitization, KH Ahmad Dahlan
Adolescence is a critical phase that can cause a problem, one of which is violence. This condition is detrimental to the dynamics of school academic activities. School counselors are one of the parties who have a central role in developing peace-loving characters to suppress student violence. This research is a systematic literature review that describes the role of counselors as agents of peace whose primary focus is to build peace in students in the school environment through social sensitization strategies based on the teachings of KH Ahmad Dahlan. This study reviewed ten articles with the following procedure steps: identification, screening, eligibility, and included. The data analysis of this research used data extraction. The results showed that the counselor could use a social sensitization strategy containing the teachings of KH Ahmad Dahlan. The peace values of KH Ahmad Dahlan include sincerity, humility, critical thinking, tolerance, and compassion. This paper discusses the operational description of a social sensitization strategy that consists of four phases. This study recommends further research to identify the effectiveness of the social sensitization strategy containing the teachings of KH Ahmad Dahlan to achieve peace among students at school.
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