Internalization of the Educational Value of the Mountain Alms Tradition through Learning Javanese

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Erny Setiyaningsih, Sarwiji Suwandi, Atikah Anindyarini


The acceleration of the flow of globalization and the growing technology has resulted in more accessible information for all levels of society. Besides making it easier to find various information in various media, the flow of globalization also has a negative impact. People began to forget their national identity and left national and local cultural identities. This has an impact on the decline in moral values and character of the nation, especially adolescents. One of the ways that we can do to overcome moral degradation is by making innovations in every field, especially education. The effort that we can do to overcome the decline in character and character values of students is to internalize educational values through learning the mountain alms tradition ceremony.  This research uses the descriptive qualitative method. The purpose of this study was to shape the character of students through educational values in the mountain alms ceremony. Data collection was carried out by using observation techniques, in-depth interviews with traditional leaders, teachers, and students, as well as reviewing documents and archives. The data analysis technique used interactive analysis with the stages of data collection, data reduction, data presentation.  Based on the conclusion, the results of this study indicate the values of religious, social, moral, and cultural education found in the mountain alms tradition ceremony. Local culture-based Javanese learning can be used as an alternative to foster students' character.

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