Content Analysis of the Pancasila Education Curriculum in Preventing LGBT Behavior


LGBT is a phenomenon of deviant social behavior which becomes a moral threat in Indonesia. Besides, it also threatens. This article aims to analyze the relevance of Pancasila values contained in the curriculum of Pancasila Education Courses in Higher Education. Pancasila course is one of the compulsory subjects that contains the noble values of the nation as a way to foster student morale. This research uses content analysis which sorts out and encodes the content contained in the curriculum and then compire with theory relevantly. The results showed that around 40% of the contents of the Pancasila Education curriculum were relevant for integrating anti-LGBT values. There are two materials that have relevance including Pancasila as an ideology and philosophical system.


Pancasila education, anti LGBT, model of teaching


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