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Lusi Marlisa, Mokhammad Samson Fajar


The purpose of this research is to find out and see the normative-theological perspective on the use of the hijab in Islam and see the perspective of parents responding to emerging issues related to the use of headscarves in early childhood. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative research, using a case study approach. This research focuses intensively on one particular object which is studied as a case. After the data is collected then the data is processed and analyzed again through data triangulation.

The results of this study show that the hijab is an identity that is mandatory for every Muslim woman. The shortcut given to the problem of modernity above, is feared as a step to gain the freedom to shift the existing shari'a barriers. To address this, it is necessary to strengthen Muslim families to return to kaffah Islamic teachings to maintain the purity of Islam which is sourced from the Koran and Sunnah. There are several steps that must be taken to familiarize children with using the hijab by way of, first, by setting an example. Second, by providing an example. Third, by giving/doing habituation. Fourth, by providing repetition. Fifth, by providing training, and sixth, by motivating children to be more enthusiastic.


Liberalism, Hijab, Early Childhood.



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