Criminogenic Factors of Data Fraud in Early Marriage Tradition

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ST Sariroh
Mohammad Ali
Abd. Syakur


Early marriage tradition of Madurese community is one of the criminogenic factors of identity fraud as had been done by (A.N and I.M) the initials of the couple who are still under 19 years old. The marriage law stipulates that marriage can be carried out after the bride turns 19 years old. However, they tend to fake their identities without applying for a marriage dispensation. This action is a form of crime that is mostly done in early marriage cases. This research is field research in presenting the data using descriptive qualitative with a criminogenic approach which aims to analyze the criminogenic factors of identity fraud in early marriage tradition. The results showed that the criminogenic of identity fraud in early marriage was caused by 2 factors; the first, Internal factors: Individuals, there is an own desire that being the basis of the action. Education, education level greatly affects a person's knowledge of the applicable legal rules. External factors: Environment and culture influence the act of identity falsification, especially criminogenic factors of Marriage by Accident, in addition to the community's habit of marrying at a young age. This incident also encouraged the family to get married even though they were under 19 years old. Economy, the low level of the economy is also the cause of committing identity falsification to reduce the family's burden and improve the economy, as well as because the cost of applying for dispensation is considered burdensome.

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ST Sariroh, Mohammad Ali, Rumawi, & Abd. Syakur. (2022). Criminogenic Factors of Data Fraud in Early Marriage Tradition. Proceeding of International Conference on Sharia and Law, 1(1), 351-355. Retrieved from