Sustainable Development Education Strategy Through Macapat Song
The era of globalization can lead to changes in the lifestyle of more modern society. As a result, people tend to have a new culture that they deem more practical than local culture. One of the factors that cause the local culture to tend to be forgotten at this time is the need for future generations to be interested in learning and inheriting their own culture. It’s also a fact that Indonesian people prefer foreign culture to local culture because it is considered more practical and in accordance with the times. Many local cultures have faded because of the lack of future generations interested in studying. This research is applied in the context of efforts to preserve the local culture of the macapat song. The method used in this research is a direct practice through traditional performing arts activities of the macapat song; relevant literature studies also support it. The results show that the macapat song has various philosophical values that can be used as references in life. These values can be internalized in the attitudes and behavior of the nation's next generation. The values in the macapat song are relevant to education for sustainable development.
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