The Apprenticeship Patterns and Strategies in Metalworks Craft Industry : A Study in Gold and Silver Craft in Kotagede, Yogyakarta

Putut Hargiyarto, Putut Hargiyarto (2006) The Apprenticeship Patterns and Strategies in Metalworks Craft Industry : A Study in Gold and Silver Craft in Kotagede, Yogyakarta. S2 thesis, UNY.

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This research study was aimed at revealing (1) the patterns and strategies of apprenticeship done by craftsman in the silver craft industry, and (2) the factors affecting the success of the apprenticeship. This research was qualitative naturalistic in nature. The data were collected through observation and interview involving craftsmen, employees, and the society surrounding the research location. The validity of the data was gained through a profound and persistent observation, verifying toward the craftsmen, adequacy of reference and detailed analysis. The data were anaylized through abstraction, categorization, and narration. The research result shows that the apprenticeship is conducted openly aimed to give working skills to the participants. The selection of apprentices is conducted flexibly based on the needs. The apprenticeship strategies are applied based on orders, participants’ capability, and the working facilities. Job delivery to participants begins with the easiest and ends with the riskiest. Graduallly, the participants are given harder and harder work. The apprenticeship result is in the form of the participants’ skill and the product as good craftsmen. The apprenticeship participants in export-oriented industry have a higher, more detail and patient skills compared with those who are apprenticeship participants in the import-oriented industry. Regarding the use of facilities, the participants are given the same facilities as the craftsmen in general.

Item Type: Thesis (S2)
Subjects: Teknik & Teknologi > Teknik Mesin
Divisions: Fakultas Teknik > Jurusan Teknik Mesin > Pendidikan Teknik Mesin
Depositing User: Eprints
Date Deposited: 08 Aug 2012 18:00
Last Modified: 08 Aug 2012 18:00
URI: http://eprints.uny.ac.id/id/eprint/3475

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