Social Institution Versus Corruption in Indonesia

Syamsul Haling, Johan Jasin

Abstract


Corruption has become an extraordinary crime in Indonesia and needs new approaches and strategies in its prevention and eradication. Corrupt behavior has damaged the nation’s social order (individual anomalies) so that the prevention and eradication should use the institutionalized approach of social institutions in society (double legitimacy). Social institution is a religious norm because its values are embedded in the human consciousness and have become human beliefs from birth to death. In addition, everyone has a family, and if one member of the family is committing corruption, his family will get a bad image in society. Similarly, educational institutions have produced graduates who behave well so that the integration of these three social institutions corrupt behavior in Indonesia can be prevented and eradicated to restore the state financial assets.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jsss.v6i1.13404

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