Analisis Isu Perkahwinan dalam kalangan Pasangan Melayu di Kuching, Sarawak Sepanjang Tahun 2018-2020

  • Safura Ahmad Sharkawi Fakulti Sains Kognitif & Pembangunan Manusia, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, 94300 Kota Samarahan, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.
  • Jamayah Saili Fakulti Sains Kognitif & Pembangunan Manusia, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, 94300 Kota Samarahan, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Keywords: Perceraian, Sarawak, Isu Perkahwinan, Masyarakat Melayu, Islam

Abstract

Artikel ni bertujuan untuk menganalisis isu perkahwinan yang berlaku dalam kalangan pasangan Melayu Islam di Kuching Sarawak dari tahun 2018 hingga 2020. Metod kajian yang digunakan adalah analisis kandungan dari data sekunder yang diperolehi dari statistik Pengaduan Masalah Rumah tangga di Unit Khidmat Nasihat & Kaunseling di Unit Khidmat Nasihat dan Kaunseling, Jabatan Agama Islam Sarawak. Terdapat 4 tema utama diperoleh hasil dari kajian ini. Kesemua tema ini menggambarkan corak perkahwinan yang bermasalah yang berlaku dalam kalangan pasangan Melayu Islam di Kuching, Sarawak. Fokus perlu diberikan kepada proses interaksi suami isteri dalam pengurusan konflik, kemahiran berbincang menangani masalah dalam perkahwinan dan juga kepentingan menjalankan peranan serta tanggungjawab berumah tangga. Adalah disyorkan kepada pihak berkuasa untuk menganjurkan program peningkatan kemahiran perkahwinan, peranan dan tanggungjawab perkahwinan dan pengenalan kepada perundangan yang berkaitan kepada masyarakat setempat terutamanya pasangan yang baru berkahwin dan juga penumpuan kepada aspek daya tindak serta pendekatan positif menangani masalah perkahwinan semasa melakukan intervensi dalam sesi kaunseling perkahwinan kepada pasangan.

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Published
2022-07-27
How to Cite
Sharkawi, S. and Saili, J. (2022) “Analisis Isu Perkahwinan dalam kalangan Pasangan Melayu di Kuching, Sarawak Sepanjang Tahun 2018-2020”, Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH), 7(7), p. e001610. doi: 10.47405/mjssh.v7i7.1610.
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