Parenting Style in Efforts to Maintain the Cultural Values of the Osing Community in Kemiren Village, Banyuwangi Regency, Indonesia

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Gunarti Dwi Lestari
I Ketut Atmaja Artha
Wiwin Yulianingsih
Monica Widyaswari


This research examines parenting patterns in maintaining the cultural values of the Osing community in Kemiren Village. This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study method. Data was collected using observation techniques, documentation studies, and in-depth interviews. Data analysis was carried out using the interactive model of Miles et al. (2014). The results of this research show how important the role of parents is in maintaining foreign cultural values for the next generation by implementing appropriate parenting patterns so that school-aged children can easily accept them. Apart from that, parents also collaborate with Sanggar Sapu Jagad to provide direct and indirect learning. Informal education is applied as a parenting style for parents to maintain cultural values. Research suggestions are given to parents to continue to provide parenting patterns that adapt to developments in the era of globalization and have a sense of maintaining the traditional values of the Osing community to be continued in the next generation.

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Lestari, G. D., Soedjarwo, Artha, I. K. A., Yulianingsih, W., & Widyaswari, M. (2024). Parenting Style in Efforts to Maintain the Cultural Values of the Osing Community in Kemiren Village, Banyuwangi Regency, Indonesia. Journal of Population and Social Studies [JPSS], 32, 738–756. Retrieved from
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Gunarti Dwi Lestari, Department of Non-Formal Education, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia

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