The Values of Islamic Education in Use of Songket for Male and Female

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Indra Indra
Ismatul Maula
Irlina Dewi


Riau is One of the targets to be achieved in national development is economic growth that can accelerate the growth of employment opportunities, so that economic development is the most important field for improving people's lives and welfare. The economic field has become a dynamist of change, namely walking ahead and driving the development of other fields. Besides playing a role in providing employment, small industry and home industry also play a role in improving the community's economy. One of the household handicraft industries is the songket fabric industry. Songket cloth is a cloth that is usually worn or worn as a bandage for the bottom of women's clothing. Songket cloth is usually worn at certain times during wedding celebrations. Songket cloth is a traditional heritage cloth from the ancestors of the people of South Sumatra. The raw materials for activities in analyzing data start from classification, categorization and interpretation, to discussion. The implementation of Islamic educational values in the use of male and female songket fabrics is in fact implicit in every stage of the procession of customs. Because this research looks more at the values of Islamic education in the use of male and female songket cloths, it is recommended that other researchers conduct broader and more comprehensive research in order to obtain more data good again.

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Indra, I., Ismatul Maula, & Irlina Dewi. (2021). The Values of Islamic Education in Use of Songket for Male and Female. Lakhomi Journal Scientific Journal of Culture, 2(1), 7-16.


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