PERAN BUSHIDO DALAM MEMBANGUN EKOSISTEM SOSIAL MASYARAKAT :STUDI KASUS BUKU AJAR PENDIDIKAN MORAL DI JEPANG ( KOKORO NO NOOTO ) 「武士道を通して日本社会を開発する:事例研究が日本の道徳教育本である」

Ryan Indra P., Riyan (2016) PERAN BUSHIDO DALAM MEMBANGUN EKOSISTEM SOSIAL MASYARAKAT :STUDI KASUS BUKU AJAR PENDIDIKAN MORAL DI JEPANG ( KOKORO NO NOOTO ) 「武士道を通して日本社会を開発する:事例研究が日本の道徳教育本である」. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Diponegoro.

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ABSTRACT Indra Pratama, Riyan. “The Roles of Bushido in Social Ecosystem Development : Case Study Moral Education Book in Japan (Kokoro no Nooto)”. Thesis. Departement of Japanese Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University. The first advisor, Drs. Moh. Muzakka, M.Hum. The second advisor, Lina Rosliana, S.S., M.Hum. Japan as developed country has an unique system for developing their youth. This research aims to provide a roles of bushido in social ecosystem establishment, looked from moral education hand book for primary school, kokoro no nooto. This research used a qualitative research method using school as conservative institution approach. Data sources derived from study literature (library research). The result of this research generates 5 (five) conclusions. (1) Samurai roles and militaristic feudalism in Tokugawa era gave great impact for development Japanese society fundamental; (2) Assimilation from Shinto, Buddhist and Zen created an unique bushido which impacted to Japanese society lifestyle; (3) The result of chosen a tradition values in new curriculum, pursuit a roles of family, school, and society in order for better education environment; (4) Japanese society characteristic who obey to their leader gave smooth policy flow from government to society; (5) Social ecosystem which created from Tateshakai gave a positive impact to tradition heritage which absorbed well in the three branch of education environment. Keyword : moral education, social ecosystem, bushido

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions:Faculty of Humanities > Department of Japanese
ID Code:51245
Deposited By:Indra
Deposited On:03 Jan 2017 10:28
Last Modified:03 Jan 2017 13:16

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