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IJSTR >> Volume 7 - Issue 3, March 2018 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Developing Education Through Value Internalization Of Hapolas Tradition In North Maluku

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AUTHOR(S)

Bakar Djibat

 

KEYWORDS

Togetherness, kinship, cohesiveness, cooperation, education, local wisdom, Hapolas tradition.

 

ABSTRACT

This study aims to analyze value internalization as an effort to develop education in North Maluku through Hapolas tradition. This is a qualitative research using a descriptive approach which is intended to explore and clarify the phenomenon of Hapolas in North Maluku province, especially South Halmahera regency, by describing a number of variables related to this problem. The research phenomenon is the effort of society to develop education through togetherness, kinship, cohesiveness, and cooperation, according to the philosophy of Hapolas tradition. The phenomenon is then implemented in social life so it is always sustainable and still implemented by every generation in the future. This research is not intended to test a particular hypothesis, but only describes the phenomenon as mentioned above, this is in line with the approach chosen by the author is qualitative where the author is not limited by a certain measuring instrument. Research data was collected through observation techniques, in-depth interviews, and documentation techniques. The data were analyzed using continuous interactive qualitative analysis technique. This research finding that developing more advanced education in North Maluku Province especially in South Halmahera regency is to internalize the values of togetherness, kinship, cohesiveness, and cooperation, as conceived in Hapolas tradition implementation.

 

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