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Volume 149, 2022International Conference on Social Science 2022 “Integrating Social Science Innovations on Post Pandemic Through Society 5.0” (ICSS 2022)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Education and Digital Learning|
|Published online||18 November 2022|
Family Education and Weaving Tradition
1 History Education Departement, Faculty of Social Science – Manado State University
2 History Education Departement, Faculty of Social Science – Manado State University
3 History Education Departement, Faculty of Social Science – Manado State University
4 Aquatic Resources Management Departement, Faculty of Agriculture – Musamus University
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This study aims to describe the role of family education in preserve the weaving tradition by local community at Romean Village, Tanimbar Island. The method employed in running the research was qualitative descriptive method, while collection data using observation, interview and documentation.Furthermore, due to analyse we did it through interactive session and repeatedly until it’s done and the data become saturated. The result shows that the family education (parents) have an important role in educate and bequeath the tradition of weaving for their next generation. Family become the first environment for children to be taught about nice and kind second nature as a part of generation. Along with that, the family education in order to maintain and nurture weaving tradition admittedly being a frontline to be teach to youngsters. Parents have an obligation to introduce their own tradition whatever it is and also what they can do as a part of community members, henceforth the children would have a sense of belonging of a tradition from their ancestors since their early ages. The young generation will take responsibility and sustain the weaving tradition as forefather legacy.
Key words: Family Education / Role / Tanimbar Island / Weaving Tradition
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