• Atip Nurharini Pendidikan Guru Sekolah Dasar, Universitas Negeri Semarang
  • Ika Ratnaningrum Pendidikan Guru Sekolah Dasar, Universitas Negeri Semarang



Traditional dance as a traditional art emerges and grows in the community, where this dance contains many cultural values whose substance refers to the values of goodness and noble values. The research objective is to analyze traditional dance education in cultural phenomena. This research uses qualitative research methods with a phenomenological approach. The research subjects were 3rd semester students taking traditional dance education courses. Collecting data using several complementary techniques, namely: in-depth interviews, observation, documentation and field notes. Data analysis through 3 activity streams, namely data reduction, data presentation, and verification withdrawal. The results showed that traditional dance applies cultural values about 1. Habitual values, 2. Self-control values, 3. Responsible values, 4. Creative and innovative values, 5. The values instilling solidarity, 6. The values instilling a sense of love and affection. towards others, 7. Value Collaborating with others, 8. Value brings certain impressions, experiences and thoughts, 9. Value A sense of beauty. By understanding traditional dance more deeply, it is hoped that it can familiarize cultural values to shape characterized behavior.

Keywords: traditional dance, values, culture


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How to Cite

Nurharini, A., & Ratnaningrum, I. (2020). ANALYSIS OF TRADITIONAL DANCE EDUCATION IN CULTURAL PHENOMENON. Sembadra, Journal of Arts and Education Studies, 2(2), 73–78.



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