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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



Cultivation, Education And Arts In The Meaning Of The Pontanu Dance Movement In The Disruptive Era

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AUTHOR(S)

Andi Imrah Dewi, Tjetjep Rohendi Rohedi, Dharsono, Hartono

 

KEYWORDS

Cultivation, Education, Linking Meaning of Pontanu Dance

 

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this research is social media on the concept of cultural linkages, education and art in interpreting the movement of Pontanu Dance, as a form of social interaction of the Tribe Kaili. The purpose of this study is first to Analyze the Meaning of Pontanu Dance in Era 4.0 Second to Analyze the meaning of the Pontanu Dance symbol its relation to cultural links related to the cultural value of the ancestors of theTribe Kaili Central Sulawesi. The method used is descriptive qualitative research with ethno chorology approach, to analyze problems based on facts and data in the field. The methods for collecting data, observing, interviewing and documenting. The results of this study lead to findings related to cultural linkages related to the educational values and character of Pontanu dance consisting of nine movements, Pontanu dance in one of the core movements of the Pontanu dance variety is motion nagalerongis a core movement that is carried out in a circular manner while twisting a thread whose symbolic meaning symbolizes the wheel of life, relating to the symbol of the contents of the universe, noble Values which are the manifestations of human personality and behavior that are patient, diligent, Responsible, disciplined, mutual mutual cooperation and consistent. The existence is in close touch with understanding the character value of 2019 Semarang State University.

 

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