THE MORAL VALUE OF TRADITIONAL FARMING ON NE’ BALUNGKUR FOLKLORE

Jenny - Barli, Kristian Anggi Purnomo, Efrika Siboro, Antonius Setyawan Sugeng Nur Agung

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This study aims to explore Dayak Kanayatn community perception of moral value in doing traditional farming based on Ne Balungkur folklore. The credence is reviewed through the process of reimbursement fields, planting seeds, and harvesting. The researchers applied descriptive qualitative to analyze the data. The data of this study was obtained by conducting interview with a couple of traditional farmers and a public figure of the Dayak Kanayatn community. The researchers discovered there are numerous moral values that can be used as inspiration in daily life on the stages of the farming method.


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