The difference of prejudice levels between students who involve in religious communities and who do not


  • Pirda Anissa Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Pelita Harapan, Indonesia
  • Fransisca Sidabutar Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Pelita Harapan, Indonesia


prejudice, religious orientation, minority group


Many research regarding prejudice and religiosity show correlation between these two variables. The present research aims to view the difference in prejudice levels of the minority Muslim students who participate in the religious organizations and those who do not participate in the religious organizations, especially prejudice towards majorityreligious groups in UPH. This research involved 102 participants aged between 17-24 years old which were selected by using purposive sampling.This research used quantitative approach and survey method. The questionnaire is composed by the researcher based on Myers’ theory of prejudice to measure the level of prejudice and use the intrinsic and extrinsic scales as supporting questionnaire to measure the orientation of the religion. The data were analysed by using the independent sampel t-test. The results shows that there is no significant difference regarding the level of prejudice on Muslim students who participate in the religious organization and those who are not (t(102) = .603, p>0,05).


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Anissa, P., & Sidabutar, F. (2015). The difference of prejudice levels between students who involve in religious communities and who do not. Jurnal Psikologi Ulayat, 2(1), 323–334.



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