Sociology Education Learning Model based on Banking Crime case study for Higher Education

Ciek Julyati Hisyam, Atik Kurniawati, Firdaus Hadi Santosa


This study aims to be able to describe a learning model of sociology education based on case studies of banking crimes for students in universities. Sociology learning is one of the most important studies for students at the Faculty of Social Sciences, this is because this study can examine the interactions and cases that occur from the perspective of the perpetrator and also the victim. So that this is one of the very interesting studies to be presented in learning as a form of case study in sociology lectures. Contextual learing is one of the right learning models to be used as steps in learning. The research approach used is qualitative with a case study method. This is because researchers use interviews, observations and also focus group discussions (FGDs) in the data collection process. The number of respondents involved in this study was 20 people, consisting of 5 lecturers and 15 students from the sociology study program, so they were people who focused on studying in the field of sociology. The results of this study show that contextual learning models can be used as an alternative in teaching sociology, because this learning model can be used by presenting problems in daily life as well as problems related to banking crimes. In the end, the lecturers can conduct an evaluation and the result is that the students can obtain and improve their abilities about the banking crime. Then contextual learning can also foster student engagement where students actively give their opinions in class, and also gain knowledge and curiosity when learning this. 


bank crime; case study; contextual learning; learning model; sociology

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