STUDI ETNOGRAFI PENDIDIKAN PADA SMA NEGERI 1 UBUD BALI: KONSEP AJEG BALI (HINDU) BERBASIS IDEOLOGI TRl HITA KARANA

Sukadi, - STUDI ETNOGRAFI PENDIDIKAN PADA SMA NEGERI 1 UBUD BALI: KONSEP AJEG BALI (HINDU) BERBASIS IDEOLOGI TRl HITA KARANA. Cakrawala Pendidikan..

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Abstract

This article concerns a research aimed at explaining how the concept of remaining Hindu Bali based on the tri hita karana ideology was defined by teachers and students at SMA Negeri I Ubud, a state senior high school in Bali, and how they developed relevant educational programs in the course of shaping a young generation of modem students still retaining the Balinese character The research was an educational ethnographical one, using informants selected purposively by means of a snowball sampling technique. The data, collected by making observations and interviews, studying compiled documents, and giving tests to students, were analyzed qualitatively. The results of the research indicate that the school above is a school with Hindu nuances and relevant with its vision, mission, and goal, has developed certain educational programs to participate in making a success of the moral movement in the Balinese society to actualize a Bali remaining Balinese. The movement to remain Balinese was defined by the teachers and students as a moral one made to retain the Balinese people's characteristic religious and socio-culturalliving, preserved on the basis of the implementation of tri hila karana values. Accordingly, the school has developed educational programs empowering students in taking part in actualizing those values at school, not meaning that the school has abandoned the national educational vision, mission, and goal. The Balinese people simply hope that from their schools a young generation of modem students

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Perpustakaan
Divisions: Perpustakaan
Depositing User: Journal Perpustakaan UNY
Date Deposited: 05 Sep 2012 16:29
Last Modified: 05 Sep 2012 16:29
URI: http://eprints.uny.ac.id/id/eprint/5066

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