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DONATION MOVEMENT AS THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CITIZENSHIP
EDUCATION IN THE DISRUPTION ERA
Rossa Handini
1a
, Reinhard Immanuel Setiawan
2a
, Evan Jonatan Satyagung
3b
, Oliviero
Michael Putra Rasetya
4c
, Moses Glorino Rumambo Pandin
5a
a
Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
b
Faculty of Economic and Business, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
c
Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
Jl. Dharmawangsa dalam Selatan, Campus B Surabaya-East Java, Indonesia, 60286
(031) 5915551
1
rossa.handini-2021@fib.unair.ac.id
2
reinhard.immanuel.setiawan-2021@fib.unair.ac.id
3
evan.jonatan.satyagung-2021@feb.unair.ac.id
4
oliviero.michael.putra.rasetya-2021@fisip.unair.ac.id
Corresponding Author: moses.glorino@fib.unair.ac.id
ABSTRACT
In the development of the era of disruption, the role of students is required to have above average
ability, to compete in the world of work. From these demands, allowing the emergence of apathy
towards the social environment that does not follow the values of citizenship, then came the
solution of the donation movement to stem the apathy of students in the era of civic education-
based disruption. Therefore, researchers want to find out if the sense of humanity in this era of
disruption is reduced? Is the donation movement the right solution to overcome the lack of
humanity in the era of disruption? The research method used is a combination of quantitative
and qualitative through E-surveys and interviews to 40 student respondents of Universitas
Airlangga 2021, five out of 40 representing interviews. From the results of the research obtained
that the donation movement is the right solution for students to foster a sense of humanity
through civic education.
Keywords: Globalization, Era of Disruption, Donation, Students, Citizenship
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 CC BY-SA International License
INTRODUCTION
Era of Disruption
According to (Fitriani, 2019) Disruption itself is a term that arises due to the existence of
industry 4.0 which then proceeds through digitalization, while the era of disruption itself is an
era characterized by massive innovations that change the order of life, especially in the field of
digital-based business. The era of disruption pioneered the emergence of new creative,
innovative and massive model interactions, so that every event that occurred in life could be
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witnessed together at different times, the development of the era of disruption had positive and
negative impacts, this positive impact has been mentioned at the beginning of the paragraph,
but from the negative impact brings some crimes such as injustice, and criminality (Malatuny
et al, 2020). From these negative impacts arise increasingly complex problems, one of which is
the lack of humanity due to injustice that has occurred lately.
As a young generation, we must be able to adjust in the midst of technological disruption
that is increasingly overhauling the living system. What's more (Yusniyawati & Panuju, 2020)
said this year is a lucky, the demographic bonus opportunity must be utilized because only once
every 500 years occur. Especially students are strived to master the skills needed in the world
of work today such as public speaking, leadership, creative, innovative, negosiation, copywriters
and many others. To get this ability, of course, it takes diligent attitude and hard work, it is good
of course for the direction of the nation's progress. From the negative side, the growth of ability
in the era of technological disruption that is closely related to digitalization means the same as
the collapse of nationalism and national identity when studied according to civic education,
because the values contained in citizenship are not in harmony with human actions in this digital
era that tends to be fast-paced, thus allowing humans to be apathetic towards the surrounding
environment. Therefore, seeing the problems that occur in the field is expected to make us
students to be more aware of the responsibilities carried for the nation and state, but still pay
attention to the values of citizenship in order to create an intellectual nation that upholds
morality.
The writing of this scientific article is expected to answer the problems discussed, as for
the title of the article that has discussed the era of disruption in the midst of the covid-19
pandemic especially among millennials related to the reduction of nationalism and lack of
tolerance as the times are seen from a historical perspective (Alviana & Pandin, 2021). In this
era of disruption is also related to the lack of morality of the younger generation. In addition,
the role of the younger generation in politics is still passive, even if the younger generation
actively voice opinions will be found a solution from the negative impact of the era of disruption
(Suparno & Putranti, 2021). So from the references that have been found, we decided to examine
the role of students in the era of disruption to the donation movement to share love in the values
of citizenship.
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Donation Movement
The Donation Movement is a humanitarian act by raising funds and goods for those in
need. The Donation Sharing Love Movement is the name of the citizenship project that
researcher took, the donation researcher did in the form of collecting used goods worth using,
then the proceeds of this donation will be donated to the Don Bosco Orphanage Surabaya, where
the orphanage is an orphanage that accommodates children until the age of adolescence. The
purpose of our activities is to realize the importance of caring about the surrounding
environment and fostering a sense of humanity towards others that is in accordance with the
values of citizenship, considering the role of students in this era of disruption tends to lead to
apathy as a result of competition in the world of work that seeks the ability of workers above
average.
In the opinion of Achmad W (2019), apathy is caused by internal and external factors.
These internal factors include everything that exists in humans such as character and nature.
While these external factors stem from technological and social influences in the current era of
globalization. In addition, Ramadhani and Rosadi (2021), apathy factors are also caused by the
covid-19 pandemic, since the covid-19 pandemic, indonesian people, especially the younger
generation, have become more vigilant. It is this vigilance that increases the attitude of
individualism, then this individualism leads to apathy.
The result of recent research on the donation movement is that there is a design of donation
media through mobile applications as a form of planting moral values towards others. The fellow
persons referred to here are not only between people but also pay attention to the surrounding
environment (Rosa & Setyadi, 2021) so that the value of citizenship can be implemented in real
terms in this era of disruption, thus minimizing apathy and individualism.
Value of Citizenship
Citizenship education is the key for young people to live in the midst of an era of
disruption. In citizenship education is taught about human rights, defending the state, and the
values of Pancasila that can be applied in everyday life. Not only that, but all aspects related to
morality, Pancasila, and Indonesia were also discussed. So that the younger generation has
provisions in leading the direction of progress of a nation and country later. As well as from
citizenship education is expected to realize a nation with friendly, superior, and civilized
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characteristics. Therefore, the donation movement is the right solution in accordance with
human values.
The factors that play a role in civic education include national awareness. Awareness of
nationalism is needed in this era of disruption as a contributing factor for the realization of
civilized generations (Hayati & Pandin, 2021). For the formation of a more precise personality,
pancasila values are also needed in order to create a life that is in harmony with others and the
surrounding environment (Adha & Susanto, 2020) and human values are achieved.
In addition, the benefits that can be taken from loving sharing donation activities are that
students can realize practices taught by citizenship education, such as fostering a sense of
humanity and solidarity with fellow human beings, training themselves to be more airy and
grateful, the last is to be a superior human being and character based on nationalism in the
perspective of civic education. So in this scientific article we try to find out whether the sense
of humanity in this era of disruption is diminishing? Is the donation movement the right solution
to overcome the lack of humanity in the era of disruption?
METHOD
The method in this study uses a quantitative approach, where data sources are obtained
from various journals in the last three years, as well as using E-survey. The population comes
from students of Airlangga University, especially the class of 2021, with respondents coming
from various faculties at Airlangga University As many as 40 respondents with two questions
in the E-survey as follows:
1. In the midst of the era of disruption, students are required to hone their skills in order to
compete with above-average standards in the world of work, so that they are vulnerable
to reduced attitudes to the surrounding environment. Do you agree with that statement?
2. The donation movement is an effective effort to re-cultivate humanity in the midst of this
era of disruption. From the point of view of civic education, do you agree with the
statement?
The reliability of the first question was 64% of the 40 respondents. While the reliability
for the second question as much as 100% of the 40 respondents. And also researchers use non-
probability sampling techniques with accidental sampling methods, while the data analysis
technique we use is descriptive statistical analysis, which describes the data collected but does
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not make generalization conclusions. But to strengthen the existing data, researchers conducted
interviews with five respondents from different faculties and obtained almost the same answer.
The interview was conducted online via "Whatsapp" with the following interview question:
1. What is the effect of the era of disruption on social life?
2. What are the challenges for students in the era of disruption?
3. What is the impact of the era of disruption on humanitarian attitudes?
4. What is the importance of civic education in the era of disruption?
5. Does the donation movement affect students?
6. Is the donation movement in accordance with the morals and culture of the nation?
Figure 1. Study Design
RESULT AND DISCUSSION
We get results on the questions we spread through google forms questionnaires. We asked
two questions, where each result of this question is divided into two variables, namely the
faculty and the region of origin and the results of the interview are shown by coding network
below. Here is the first question:
Table 1. First question by faculty and domicile
In the midst of the era of disruption, students are required to hone their skills in order to compete
with above-average standards in the world of work, so they are vulnerable to reduced caring
attitudes towards the surrounding environment. Do you agree with that statement?
Faculties
Agree
Disagree
Total
FEB
3
0
3
FF
1
0
1
FH
2
0
2
FIB
13
9
22
FISIP
1
0
1
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FK
1
0
1
FKM
0
1
1
FKP
0
2
2
FPK
1
0
1
FPsi
2
0
2
FST
1
1
2
FTMM
0
1
1
VOKASI
0
1
1
Total
25
15
40
In the midst of the era of disruption, students are required to hone their skills in order to
compete with above-average standards in the world of work, so they are vulnerable to reduced
caring attitudes towards the surrounding environment. Do you agree with that statement?
Domicile
Agree
Disagree
Total
Surabaya
9
7
16
Sidoarjo
9
0
9
Mojokerto
0
3
3
Kediri
4
1
5
Luar Jawa Timur
3
4
7
Total
25
15
40
The results of the second question are as follows:
Table 2. The second question is based on faculty and domicile
The "Sharing Love" donation movement is an effective effort to re-cultivate humanity in the
midst of this era of disruption. Viewed from the point of view of civic education, agree with
the statement ?
Faculties
Disagree
Total
FEB
0
3
FF
0
1
FH
0
2
FIB
0
22
FISIP
0
1
FK
0
1
FKM
0
1
FKP
0
2
FPK
0
1
FPsi
0
2
FST
0
2
FTMM
0
1
VOKASI
0
1
Total
0
40
The "Sharing Love" donation movement is an effective effort to re-cultivate humanity in the
midst of this era of disruption. Viewed from the point of view of civic education, agree with
the statement?