This study aims to describe the conflicts that occur in Pombewe Village, Sigi Biromaru Subdistrict, Sigi Regency, Application of Democratic, Authoritarian and Permissive Education Models to children in Pombewe Village, Sigi Biromaru Subdistrict, Sigi District, and also the role of families in places of social conflict in the Village Pombewe, Sigi Biromaru District, Sigi Regency. The people involved in this study were children who were involved in the conflict, and village heads, community leaders and parents. To obtain more complete information from the research sample in this study using a purposive technique that is by deliberately approving informants according to certain criteria or considerations. Data collection techniques used by the author are: observation, interview and questionnaire. Questionnaire data were analyzed using frequency or percentage tables. While the interview data and analysis of data analysis used descriptive qualitative analyzed through 3 drunks, namely: Data Reduction, Data Presentation and Data Verification. The results of the study showed conflict in Pombewe Village, Sigi Biromaru Subdistrict, Sigi District, between Karampe and Boyavou sub-villages were classified as discussing direct violence. (direct violence), while the Application of the Democratic, Authoritarian and Child Education Models in Pombewe Village, Sigi Biromaru Subdistrict, Sigi Regency is relatively weak while the Application of Permissive Education Model is classified as very strong. Related to the Role of the Family in dealing with conflicts that are given advice, commemorated and given coverage, the approval that he did was outrageous, as proposed to the police, besides that parents also succeeded in association.The conclusion is in the debate that occurs in the community in need of cooperation between the parents and village officials. Parents are expected to implement a family education system with a coordination model, so that children can open, get attention and affection so that children avoid things that have a negative impact..
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