IMPLIKASI BUDAYA DAN AGAMA KE ATAS INTERAKSI ANTARA ETNIK DALAM KALANGAN MURID SEKOLAH DI MALAYSIA

Suresh Kumar N Vellymalay

Abstract


This study explores the implication of culture and religion on interactions among pupils across ethnic in classroom environment. The sample consists of 1000 pupils selected from five secondary schools in Kedah and Perak respectively. A structured interview in the form of a questionnaire was used to obtain data from the pupils studied. Findings show that not much difference was found between the percentages of pupil who stated that cultural difference does not deter the interaction across ethnic in classrooms with percentage of pupils who stated other wise. Findings also show that not much difference was found between the percentages of pupil who stated that the difference in religion does not deter the interaction across ethnic in classroom with percentage of pupil who stated other wise. Based on this study, it can be summarized that the differences in culture and religion encourages prejudice and stereotype in some pupils and affect interactions between pupils across ethnic in classroom.


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