Character education through diksha suputra on ambar asram
Keywords:ambar ashram, character, community, diksha suputra, education
The current study was intended at determining the reasons for character education through diksha suputra. It was implanted on ambar ashram. It was to describe the process of character education. The last one was to elaborate on the implications of character education through diksha suputra for students, family, and community. The present research was field research. The qualitative research was applied on analyzing the data. Data collection was conducted based on observation, in-depth interviewed, and document study. Data analysis was performed with interpretative descriptive techniques. The theory was used namely structural-functional theory, social learning theory, and essentialism theory.
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