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Title: Investigating the relationship between moral and ethical: Does extrinsic and intrinsic religiosity improve people’s mental health?
Authors: Junaidi, Junaidi,
Keywords: Religiosity
Issue Date: 15-Oct-2022
Publisher: FWU Journal of Social Science
Abstract: This study examines how religion affects people’s ethics and morals in both extrinsic and intrinsic dimension. In order to validate how religion and mental health are related, it also considers people's ethics and morals as mediator variables. Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) was used to validate the research hypotheses after recruiting 570 participants. The result of this study showed that religiosity play important role on peoples’ ethics and morals, which subsequently influences their mental health. Additionally, people’s ethics and morals, as mediator play a beneficial effect in bridging the relationship between religion and mental health. It gives practitioners and scholars a chance to observe how religion and mental health interact with one another. Society and regulators also need to enhance communication and interaction. as well as educating people on the importance of ethics and moral principles from the social and religious fields. The recent study also contributes to literature in social and behavioral contexts towards religion, ethics, and the sociology .
ISSN: 1995-1272
Appears in Collections:Prodi Akuntansi - S1

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