The Value of Anti-Corruption and Humanism Education in Short Stories “People’s Justice” and “Teacher” by Putu Wijaya and Implications for Literature Learning in High School

Authors

  • Rahmawati Suwarsono Indonesian Language Education Study Program, Unima Postgraduate Program
  • Intama Jemy Polii Indonesian Language Education Study Program, Unima Postgraduate Program
  • Viktory NJ Rotty Indonesian Language Education Study Program, Unima Postgraduate Program

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51699/ijise.v3i1.3332

Keywords:

values, education, anti-corruption, humanism

Abstract

This research aims to describe: 1) the value of anti-corruption education contained in the short stories "People's Justice" and "Guru" by Putu Wijaya. 2) the value of humanist education contained in the short stories "Peradilan Rakyat" and "Guru" by Putu Wijaya, and 3) the implications of research results on anti-corruption and humanism education in the short stories "Peradilan Rakyat" and "Guru" by Putu Wijaya for literature learning in high school. This study uses a qualitative method. The data sources for this research are two short stories entitled "People's Justice" and "Dan Guru" by Putu Wijaya. The research technique used in this research is the literature study technique. The research results obtained are: 1) cThe pen "People's Justice" contains 4 important anti-corruption education values, namely: honesty, responsibility, courage and justice. Then, in the short story "Guru" there are also anti-corruption educational values which include: honesty, courage, hard work and independence. The short story "People's Justice" which presents anti-corruption educational values such as honesty, responsibility, courage and justice is a real life reflection of law enforcement presented by Putu Wijaya. In the short story "Teacher" presents the values of anti-corruption education such as honesty, courage, hard work and independence, presenting a fact, it turns out that the profession as a teacher is not seen as a job worthy of being dependent on for life. 2) The short stories "People's Justice" and "Guru" by Putu Wijaya contain humanist values. The short story "People's Justice" contains humanist values, namely: respect for other people/freedom of opinion, willingness to make sacrifices, and caring for other people. In the short story "Teacher" there are two humanistic values, namely respecting other people's opinions and being willing to make sacrifices. 3) The implications of the results of this research confirm that anti-corruption education does not always come from textbooks, but can utilize literary works such as short stories, because it turns out that the content of short stories is a reflection of people's lives which present various problems, such as law, education, morals, family and values. -human values.

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Published

2024-01-16

How to Cite

Rahmawati Suwarsono, Intama Jemy Polii, & Viktory NJ Rotty. (2024). The Value of Anti-Corruption and Humanism Education in Short Stories “People’s Justice” and “Teacher” by Putu Wijaya and Implications for Literature Learning in High School. International Journal of Inclusive and Sustainable Education, 3(1), 8–18. https://doi.org/10.51699/ijise.v3i1.3332