Anger: Its Expressions And Management In Psychology Of Islamic Education

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Mufid Mufid , Siswanto Masruri , Muhammad Azhar


This study aims to describe anger management in terms of Islamic educational psychology. Anger management in Islamic educational psychology can be controlled through the internalization of Islamic education, namely exemplary strategies, habituation, advice, giving promises and threats and self-awareness. Qualitative methods are used to describe how the internalization of Islamic education is realized in controlling angry emotions. This research is also in the form of a library research through data assessment for the sake of data contained in various data sources in the form of books, journals, interpretation books, and others. With thematic method, the research focuses on the verses of the Qur'an with a science of interpretation approach. Data collection uses documentation in the form of commentaries and books. Data analysis uses a thematic approach by collecting verses of the Qur'an that have the same purpose or intent, discussing themes, compiling chronologically, elaborating verses, comparing verses, and drawing conclusions. The author makes a comparison of the interpretations of the commentators (mufasir). The four interpretations are the interpretation of al-Maraghi, the interpretation by of al-Qur'anil 'Adhim, al-Ibriz li Ma'rifah, al-'Aziz, and Al-Azhar. This study also uses content analysis techniques (content analysis by tracing through data sourced from books and other writings about anger). The result shows that the exemplary strategy has a big effect on individuals in controlling emotions. In addition, habituation strategies and providing advice are also needed.

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