Children's Moral Development in Marginalized Communities
Ayu Rissa Atika, Rukiyati
Ayu Rissa Atika
Available Online November 2018.
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- Moral Development, Marginalized
- Marginal vulnerable and exploitative is a term for marginalized because they do unclear jobs, careers, and also no hope whatsoever in the future. Vulnerable because of the risks that must be covered from time to time, in terms of health and social. Including exploitative because they usually have bargaining position is very weak, subordinated, and fishing into arbitrary objects of the family, the act of thugs or irresponsible officials irresponsible. The marginal people in Kampung Srirahayu work as scavengers, street singers, and prostitutes. This study aimed to describe the developing moral and development of moral early childhood children in marginal people of Kampung Srirahayu. The approach used in this research is a qualitative case study. This study involved parents, early childhood, TPA educators. The design used in this research a case study and used triangulation technique of validity and source. The results of this study indicated that the moral development of early childhood on marginal people in Kampung Srirahayu covered aspects of materials, educators, methods, and evaluation. Factors that encouraged moral development included: (a) the existence of Taman Pendidikan Alqur'an (TPA), (b) early childhood in Kampung Srirahayu following TPA activity, and (c) restriction from parents to children not to interact with children who dropped out.
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TY - CONF AU - Ayu Rissa Atika AU - Rukiyati PY - 2018/11 DA - 2018/11 TI - Children's Moral Development in Marginalized Communities BT - Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Early Childhood Education. Semarang Early Childhood Research and Education Talks (SECRET 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 157 EP - 162 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/secret-18.2018.25 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/secret-18.2018.25 ID - RissaAtika2018/11 ER -