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JCR. 2020; 7(9): 1080-1084


PREVENTION OF MALADAPTIVE OCCURRENCE AS ANTIPATHY OF BULLYING THROUGH THE TA’AKHI PROGRAM FOR NEW STUDENTS: A PRELIMINARY STUDY

Unik Hanifah Salsabila, Anggi Pratiwi, Difa’ul Husna, Yazida Ichsan, Lely Nur Hidayah Syafitri.

Abstract
A critical process in the formation of a child's social character is the process of self-division that was first opened during
elementary school. Failure in the compilation adaptation process to explore primary education will be a problem of
accumulation and prolongation in student’s self and character. The act of bullying as one of the acts of aggression is a series of
implications from the maladaptive results of future compilations published by the new environment in elementary schools. In
the study of the literature review and observation method, the writer will explain about the ta’akhi program initiated by SDIT
LHI Yogyakarta as a succession program of the adaptation process of new students. The term goal of the ta’akhi program is to
break the chain of bullying practices that is rife in the most miserable elementary school environments. SDIT LHI as a brief
statement of a prosperous school contextualizes non-violent culture through a visionary program in the form of ta’akhi. The
study results are presented in a narrative form based on the results of a literature review, observations, and interviews related
to the SDHI LHI Yogyakarta.

Key words: Maladaptive, new student, basic education, bullying, ta’akhi



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