THE ROLE OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL VALUES IN PUBLIC EDUCATION AT A REMOTE ISLAND: Case study at Parang Island of Karimunjawa Indonesia.*

Yety Rochwulaningsih, Yety THE ROLE OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL VALUES IN PUBLIC EDUCATION AT A REMOTE ISLAND: Case study at Parang Island of Karimunjawa Indonesia.*. Makalah pada Seminar Internasional Education as Media of Socialization and Enculturation of Local Culture. .

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This paper examines the question of how education in Parang Island as a remote island takes place in a permanent geographical issues and the feel of 'mystical world' influences. This paper also identifies socio-cultural values and their role in both formal, non-formal, or informal education. Sociological and anthropological approaches were used to examine these issues. The research results show that education in Parang faced critical issues such as the existence of permanent teachers mostly coming from outside of the island and therefore required a high mobility. And because of the large ocean waves, their return to Parang couldn’t be ascertained. However, the natural constraints actually construct social cultural values those were typical of islanders, which in turn plays an important role in the various fields of education. In formal education, the value of multiculturalism, mutual helpfulness, cooperation, and togetherness are intensively internalized in any subjects, such as Social Science (IPS), Citizenship Education (PKN), Indonesian Language (BI), and Islamic Religious Education (PAI). It was integrated with the multiethnic student’s empirical experiences as maritime ethnic that has an open and egalitarian in character. Islamic religious values which tended to have a syncretism pattern promoted a balance and harmony of life which were transmitted through non-formal education such as Madrasah diniyahMathali'uland some private boarding schools. Constructed values created their identity as a multicultural maritime ethnic which lived in harmony, and it was disseminated effectively through education in the family. Keywords: Socio-cultural values, remote islands, maritime ethnicity, multiculturalism

Item Type:Article
Subjects:A General Works > AC Collections. Series. Collected works
Divisions:Faculty of Humanities > Department of History
ID Code:42918
Deposited By:mrs ilmu sejarah
Deposited On:17 Apr 2014 12:34
Last Modified:17 Apr 2014 12:34

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