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Literature Stories Of Children As A Meaning Of Character Growth In Global Era

Sujinah, Sujinah and Muammar, M. Arfan (2017) Literature Stories Of Children As A Meaning Of Character Growth In Global Era. Proceedings : Redefining Language, Literature, Arts, And Teachings in Global Era. pp. 295-304. ISSN 2598-0653

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Indonesia is currently facing a cultural crisis as a national identity due to the onslaught of globalization. The onslaught of the wave of globalization brings a universal civilization followed by various negative impacts in Indonesia, such as the formation of uniformity, homogenization, westernization, and cultural hegemony. In anticipation to avoid the seeds of ethnic radicalism among the nation's children, it is necessary to introduce culture literacy among the people. This study aims to describe a character that can be grown in the community / reader (teachers, parents, and students) through literacy. This research used qualitative research method, data collection technique using documentation, in the form of teachers’ writing at Muhammadiyah primary and secondary schools in Surabaya. Data analysis used interactive analysis. The results showed that: (1) There is a literacy that fosters of patience to the educators, such the articles with the title “Berkaca pada Siti Hajar”. Siti Hajar who fully delivers affection to his son Ismail, because educating with pressure, force, will not produce anything. (2). There is also literacy where parents read stories and fairy tales to the children before bed, because fairy tales always provide moral values or good teaching by showing the nature of the characters in the fairy tales. (3). There is also a literacy that encourages the need to preserve the game Gobak Sodor because this game is capable of generating the nature of solidarity, emotional control, honesty, and unyielding spirit. (4). There is a literacy that involves the use of engklek media in learning, because the game of engklek can teach children a social character, competitive, and nationalism and improve health for the development of children's motor intelligence.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: global era, literacy, and character development
Subjects: P Language and Literature > PZ Childrens literature
Divisions: Prosiding > Pascasarjana
Date Deposited: 05 Apr 2023 04:24
Last Modified: 28 Nov 2023 08:48

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