KARYA ILMIAH

Pengarang
Hanisah Hanafi
Subjek
- Bahasa
Abstrak
Karawo is an art work in the form of an embroidery possessing a high art and economic values. This is among the featured products of Gorontalo, Indonesia. Artisans play a major role in the development of this art industry. Limited economic resources force the artisans to cooperate with other parties in which puts the artisans a disadvantage; this is due to the poor management of the organization and the finance. This research aims to identify the cultural values of Gorontalo which serve as the grounding in designing a model of the management of the organization and finance of the artisans. This qualitative research employed two data collection methods, i.e., observation and Focus Group Discussion, or FGD in short. Validating the data was through a rigorous observation during an interview. Moreover, the steps, such as data reduction, data display, and summing up the analysis, were applied to explore the issue. The results showed three cultural values of Gorontalo, i.e., huyula (community works), dulohupa (discussion), and mo’odelo (responsibility or honesty) serving as the grounding in designing a model of the management of the organization and finance of the Karawo artisans. These values were also categorized as the exclusive local culture to the people of Gorontalo
Penerbit
Atlantis Press
Kontributor
-
Terbit
2018
Tipe Material
PROSIDING
Identifier
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Right
https://www.atlantis-press.com/proceedings/amca-18/25901812
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