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The subject matter of this research is whether religious culture affects the emotional intelligence of students at Bungku Elementary School 15, Morowali Regency. This type of research uses a quantitative approach. The results of the study of religious culture proved to have a positive and significant effect on the emotional intelligence of students, meaning that the higher the religious culture, the better the emotional intelligence, this is evidenced by the results of the correlation between religious culture and the emotional intelligence of students of 0.515. The value of 0.515 indicates the magnitude of the correlation coefficient is strong because it is in the range of 0.60-0.799. Religious culture is proven to affect emotional intelligence as evidenced by the value of the coefficient of determination of 0.265. This means that the religious culture variable can affect the emotional intelligence of students by 26.5% and 73.5% is influenced by other factors.
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