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Revealing The Education Values In Sopik Tradition Of Makian Island, North Maluku Province

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Bakar Djibat



Social life tradition, local wisdom, future generation



This study aims to reveal and analyze the educational values contained in Sopik tradition of Makian Island community, North Maluku Province. This research is a qualitative research using a descriptive approach which is intended to explore and clarify the Sopik phenomenon on Makian island community of the North Maluku province, with describing a number of variables related to this problem. The phenomenon is education values contained in the Sopik tradition, then implemented in community social life so it is always sustainable and still implemented by every generation in the future, especially the parties who litigation that need a solution wisely. This study is not intended to test a particular hypothesis, but only describes the phenomenon as mentioned above, this is in line with the chosen approach by the author is a qualitative approach where not limited by a particular 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. The results finding that many values can be expressed and developed in education in Indonesia, by applying a number of local wisdom that developed in the community.



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