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Sociocultural Aspect Indigeneous-Based Life-Long Learning As Planning Strategy Of Empowering Marginal Rural Women

By Tri Suminar

The purpose of research is to describe and analyz the aspiration of rural women left behind Samin tribe communities to achieve self-sufficiency, the potential for supporting and featured based on local wisdom to achieve their aspirations, needs empowerment program and prepare a conceptual model to empower women planning backward villages Samin rate based on local wisdom. The study design perspective phenomenological qualitative approach. The subjects are adult women Samin tribe, data collection using the technique of in-depth interviews, observation and documentation. The validity of the data using a triangulation of sources and methods. Analysis of data using an interactive model. The results showed the aspirations of rural women left behind Samin tribe against him is able to work to help the family economy in addition to the routine duties as a housewife. Works that occupied during this limited farming and animal husbandry. They need alternative work skills beyond agriculture and animal husbandry. They have a philosophy of life that is built on local knowledge sociocultural values ??are studied hereditary lifelong. Local wisdom Samin tribe called "Sedulur Singkep" is taught about the values ??of truth, simplicity, togetherness (gotong royong), fairness, hard work, compassion (love), brotherhood, and love the environment, and the universe. Planning strategies women empowerment Samin tribe is lifelong learning sociocultural knowledge of local social capital in the social productive entrepreneurial activity at the same conservation efforts sociocultural and natural environment.



Keyword lifelong learning; social-cultural aspects of indigeneous; strategy of empowering; marginal rural women.
Topic Lifelong Learning Innovation (Approach, Strategy, Method and Technique)
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