Martinus Marthin
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JPMIS Sosiologi
Publisher : Universitas Tanjungpura

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This research is background of the worries about tradition knowledge about fields of Dayak of Kerabat will destroyed of palm expansion in up stair of Sekadau (Sekadau Hulu) district. Researched by qualitative method of observation and interview was done for 3 months in Tapang Perodah Village. The problems would be answer in these case are; (1) The system of believe of Dayak Kerabat which based on fields effort. (2) The stages of fields of paddies stages of Dayak Kerabat done. The achievement was showing that Dayak Kerabat people believed, that in order to get fortune, healthy and saving in their life, was not only work hard but, hope that the God help them. In another words tradition religion in their life teaches them that all their activities was the God works, out of human abilities. In daily life of Dayak Kerabat is still believe that the Gods including aqriculture system. They believe that the Gods influences their activities and many other thing they do. In doing their agriculture there many special things that including Dayak Kerabat tradition. These are noticed as the condition of field of paddies ways, such as asking for permission to the leader looking for forest with follow the conditions requirements, such as the natures or the believing that the natures will give fortune or unlucky. The Kerabat people believe in this century the forest is unfertile including fields of paddies, different with the pass. This condition is because of human being activities. The peoples disobey the way to plant paddies. The stages to plant paddies for Dayak Kerabat as bellow: chopping off (nobas) cutting (nobang), fire (nucul) planting (nugal) drawing (merumput) and harvest (ngotum). After harvest followed by thankful had called gawai. This stages show us the oriented their fields of paddies make, that will not to increase up their income but to show that they care as the relationship between human being and their power God. Because this research is not too specific so we suggest to enlarge the research up next. Key word: social, cultural, paddies field, Dayak Kerabat
Pemanfaatan Media pada Pembelajaran Pendidikan Agama Katolik Tingkat Sekolah Dasar di Wilayah Kota Pontianak Suko; Thomas Kuslin; Martinus Marthin
Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Agama Katolik Vol 1 No 1 (2021): Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Agama Katolik Edisi Maret 2021
Publisher : Perkumpulan Perguruan Tinggi Agama Katolik Indonesia

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There is an assumption that the use of learning tools by Catholic Religion teachers is still uncommon, albeit essential. This paper intends to find and describe the utilization of media during this time by primary School of Catholic religious Education teachers in the city of Pontianak and at the same time finding the supporting factors and barriers in using the learning tools. The method used is qualitative with data collected from seven primary school Catholic religious teachers. Data is derived from live observation, interviews, and field documentation. Results are processed with qualitative data analysis techniques. The research team found that Catholic religious education teachers might not have maximized the utilization of the media in the Catholic religious learning process at school. Albeit the access to some supporting factors in some schools, such as: classrooms, computers, whiteboards, imageries, and teaching books, several factors reduced the usage of learning tools in Catholic Religion. Some of the internal factors were the teachers’ lack of ability in designing the media, or in using technologies necessary for that, or just the reluctance to learn them. As for the external factors, some schools did not have a particular room for Catholic religion classes. Hence, class alterations were common.