LEARNING VALUES THROUGH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OF THE COMMUNAL CONFLICT IN MALUKU, INDONESIA
A lot of attention is paid to domestic violence, trauma, and discrimination against women in Maluku. This study focuses on husbands abusing their wives, which led to many deaths. A number of 30 people from 10 formal and informal institutions in Ambon were interviewed for this case study. Qualitative data was used to look at the data. Observation, interviews, and document analysis were used to get the data. The steps involved converting numerical and descriptive data into narrative data, identifying themes and units of analysis that were relevant to the research questions, making coding rules, applying coding rules to the whole data, and selecting the final data for findings, which were chosen from the data. Some Islam and religious leaders in Maluku think that husbands should hit their wives who break the rules. Thus, addressing domestic violence issues is very important. As part of these efforts, you should look for a religious partner from a good family and take part in premarital education. A husband who is thinking about polygamy must make sure his wife and kids get fair treatment, peace-making institutions must be strengthened, and people who break the law must be punished.
domestic violence, advocacy, victim, spouse, victim, peacemaking.