Student Well-being in Indonesia and Malaysia: does School Climate and Islamic Religiosity have an Impact?

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Tri Na’imah, Herdian, Retno Dwiyanti, Siti Aisyah Binti Panatik


This research is motivated by symptoms of problems in schools that indicate low student welfare. Therefore, the researcher will measure student well-being with Islamic religiosity moderation. The results provide evidence that school climate and Islamic religiosity affect student well-being in Indonesia and Malaysia. Islamic religiosity is proven to be a moderating variable of the influence of school climate on student well-being. This study's results have implications for promoting mental health in schools by paying attention to environmental and personal aspects. Further, researchers need to study student well-being using a comprehensive approach, such as a mixed-method between quantitative and qualitative methods.


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