Muhammad Ihsan Dacholfany dn Dini Handoko (2016) Philosophical Concept Of Islamic Studies For Teens, Iconlee Conference Isbn 978-602-74135-3-5
The research does in some adolescents in Metro City. Consisting of ten RISMA as respondents. Qualitative this
research is descriptive in the form of case studies. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. The author uses the
test documentation and interviews as methods of data collection and data analysis using the Miles and Huberman models.
The research methodology using the paradigm of qualitative research literature, the design also uses design library research
(library research). The process of accumulation of data is done by the use of content analysis (content analysis) for further
once collected approached critically with hermeneutic and descriptive methods. The conclusion of this study is: Muslim
personality was also formed through a process of education which is implemented in schools or non-formal institutions such
as RISMA. The characteristics of someone who has a personality that is faithful Muslim or has faith in Allah, always
adhering to the virtues and religious orders of Islam and turn away from evil, morality and sociality high and responsible.
Muslim personality as a whole can be defined as the overall mental and moral attitude of a child who develops as a result of
their interactions with others. Muslim personality was also shaped by innate factors, the environment, either religious
environment, family environment, natural environment, social environment, and also from the school environment.