Education Model "Bandongan" for Farmers Society of Agricultural Skills Training in the Background of Sosioculture "Pesantren" in East Java*

Ach. Fatchan, Ach. Amirudin, Hadi Soekamto


This study aims to describe and understand the implementation of skills training Model "Bandongan" for the peasant society in the background of sociocultural "pesantren" in East Java. "Bandongan" is a pattern of skills training with a group approach typical "pesantren" which resulted in humans as a whole. "Pesantren" is "Islamic boarding school". Thus, social change in rural farming communities sociocultural background "pesantren" always nuanced relegius. The study used qualitative research methods with a knife phenomenological analysis, to understand the actions of individuals based "because motives" and "in order to motives". The results showed that the actions of individual actors indigeniuos education model "bandongan" in a social change in the village-based "pesantren" is different. Meaning the actions of coaches influenced by the understanding of the Holy Quran, Al-Hadith, and the "yellow book", idol, the character of institutions, and traditions. Meaning action peasant society based on: (1) religious social rationality of the economic rationality, (2) the rationality of faith and piety to God almighty one, (3) the rationality of justice for society and religious life. The findings are in contrast to the thesis Geertz. Geertz view ignores the existence of the influence of the holy book, idol, character and local tradition. In these research findings, it has proven to give "orders" against one's actions.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n5p515

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