The Influence Of Cultural Values On Character Building In Midwifery Students New Health Stikes Doloksanggul


  • Pardomuan Manullang Sekolah Tinggi Agama Kristen Protestan Negeri Tarutung
  • Joys Manalu STIKes Kesehatan Baru Doloksanggul
  • Ritax Simamora STIKes Kesehatan Baru Doloksanggul
  • Ogi Purba STIKes Kesehatan Baru Doloksanggul


Cultural Values, Character, Academic


Students, despite upholding religious and cultural values, are currently experiencing moral decline in all circles. The number of crimes in the age of children as perpetrators of crime is increasing every year, indicating that the current young generation does not have a noble character. Noble character is generally demonstrated by individuals who have positive cultural values. The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of cultural values ​​on the noble character of students and to show the magnitude of the effect to be used as an educational guideline. This research uses a quantitative approach with the ex post facto method. The sampling technique used was incidental sampling to 16 students from Kindergarten II midwifery at the New Dolok Sanggul Health Institute. The research instruments used were the Noble Character Scale and the Self-Concept Scale.