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EXPLORING CULTURAL ACCULTURATION: RITUALS AND SPIRITUAL PRACTICES OF TRADITIONAL CHILDBIRTH IN NANJUNG, BANDUNG REGENCY, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA Kokom Siti Komariah; Mohammad Rindu Fajar Islamy; Nurti Budiyanti; Muhamad Parhan
Religio Education Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Religio Education
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1013.372 KB) | DOI: 10.17509/re.v1i1.41433

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Indonesia is a multicultural country that has so much diversity, among which is the diversity of religions and customs or cultures. Cultural acculturation has a significant impact on the construction of thought and ritual practices carried out by a society. The purpose of this study was to analyze and analyze the practice of traditional child birth carried out by the community in Nanjung Village, Bandung Regency, West Java, Indonesia. The research method used in this study is an ethnographic approach. The author tries to make a visit to the site, then interviewed single information interactively to find the data needed in this study. The data obtained were then analyzed using the theory of acculturation and Islamic religious perspective. The findings prove that the practice of customary childbirth carried out by the perpetrator is a cultural acculturation process. The practice of child birth is at least one way in the context of maximum efforts so that the baby can survive and develop into a pious child
Educating Pancasila Values To The Digital Generation In Facing The Society 5.0 Era Supriyono Supriyono; Dadi Mulyadi Nugraha; Aang Supriatna; Mohammad Rindu Fajar Islamy
JHSS (JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL STUDIES) Vol 7, No 2 (2023): JHSS (Journal of Humanities and Social Studies)
Publisher : UNIVERSITAS PAKUAN

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Technology is now inseparable from society, including the field of education. Currently, students can be said to be dependent on technology in their learning process, and they are proficient in using technological devices. Due to this dependency, they are referred to as the digital generation or the internet generation. Generation Z is known for their multitasking abilities, which align with the emergence of the Society 5.0 era, first introduced in Japan by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, referring to a super-smart society that digitizes not only the economic and industrial sectors but all aspects of life. In Indonesia, Pancasila and Civic Education are fields of study that teach nationalism and how to be law-abiding Indonesian citizens. The digitalization across various fields in the upcoming future poses a unique challenge for the effectiveness of teaching Pancasila and Civic Education, as technological advancements are often perceived to erode nationalism among the younger generation. The research method and approach used is library research, which involves gathering data from books, journals, articles, and other reading sources. The research demonstrates that technology can enhance the teaching of Pancasila and Civic Education to be more effective using methods preferred by the current generation.