Konfigurasi Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan Ekologi Perspektif sosio-kultural (Gagasan Pembentukan Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan Kontium Maksimal di Indonesia)

Indriyana Dwi Mustikarini -  Universitas PGRI Madiun, Indonesia
Yoga Ardian Feriandi* -  Universitas PGRI Madiun, Indonesia

DOI : 10.24269/jpk.v5.n2.2020.pp54-64

Artikel ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan konfigurasi pendidikan kewarganegaraan ekologi perspektif sosio kultural sebagai suatu bentuk gagasan pendidikan kewarganegaraan kontinum maksimal di Indonesia. Metode yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini yakni Semantic Review dengan melalui beberapa tahapan yakni pencarian data (Online & offline) terkait dengan permasalahan, penyeleksian data, review data, dan terakir dilakukan analisis data untuk penarikan kesimpulan. Hasil dari penelitian ini menjukan bahwa pendidikan kewarganegaraan ekologi perspektif sosio kultural dapat dilakukan melalui beberapa konsep seperti Coorporate Citizenship (tangung jawab perusahaan secara moral menyisihkan keuntunganya untuk mendidik warganegara menjadi smart and good citizen) ,melalui sosial budaya (melalui penggalian dan revitalisasi budaya asli masyarakat indonesia), dan community civic (mendidik warganegara melalui berbagai media seperti radio, televisi, internet dan peraturan peraturan pemerintah), sehingga pendidikan kewarganegaraan tidak hanya terfokus pada jenjang persekolahan semata melainkan juga di masyarakat. sehingga dengan menggunakan konsep tersebut pendidikan kewarganegaraan di Indonesia tidak hanya dapat menghasilkan tujuan ekologi tetapi juga dapat bergerak menuju kontinum maksimal

Configuration of Ecological Citizenship Education, Socio-cultural Perspective (Ideas for the Formation of Maximum Kontium Citizenship Education in Indonesia).  This article aims to describe the configuration of ecological citizenship education in the socio-cultural perspective as a form of the idea of a maximum continuity citizenship education in Indonesia. The method used in this research is Semantic Review through several stages namely data search (online & offline) related to the problem, data selection, data review, and the last data analysis is done to draw conclusions. The results of this study indicate that the ecological citizenship education of the socio-cultural perspective can be done through several concepts such as Corporate Citizenship (corporate responsibility morally setting aside its advantages to educate citizens to be smart and good citizens), through social culture (through excavation and revitalization of the original culture of Indonesian people ), and community civic (educating citizens through various media such as radio, television, internet and government regulations), so that citizenship education is not only focused on schooling but also in the community. so that by using this concept citizenship education in Indonesia can not only produce ecological goals but can also move towards a maximum continuum

Keywords
Ecological Citizenship, Civic Education
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