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Abstract : This study is aimed to describe how Subjective Well-Being on mualaf. The study is qualitative by using phenomenalogy model.
It uses depth-interview and observation to collect the data. Then, those data are analyzed by using data reduction, data display and data verification.Furthermore, the informant did some cognitive and afection evaluations toward the religiousity of reverters (WB and BAS). The result indicates that the religion conversion they did is clearly related to Subjective Well-Being. It is on the second phase of the conversion processes (instability stage); they believed that the religion cannot delivered them into inner peace and positive mind. As the result, the informants (WB and BAS) convert into Islam because they perceived that the Subjective Well-Being on their previous religion is low, and they thought that Islam can upgrade it. This happened during the fourth phase of conversion processes, namely the peace and calm states, which the commitment of these converters are increasing due to the feeling of getting a better life quality, such as positive self concept, happiness, inner and outer peaces, and religiousity inner-experience. As the implemention of positive Subjective Well-Being of WB and BAS, they reach the highest level of conversion: the phase of expressing religious conversion in their life daily life, which
showed by them through the better quality on practicing their religion in religious realistic and religious community.

Keywords: Subjective Well-Being, Mualaf, Islam.

Syahri Ramadhan, S.Psi.M.S.I

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