The Relationship and Social Function between Children’s Mortality and Children’s Social Life

Heru Kurniawan, Supriyono

This article describes the position of children’s stories in the Kompas daily and Bobo’s magazine as social documents, that relate and reflect the reality of moral problems in children’s social life. Children’s stories as children’s social moral document reflect and relate two important things. First, the children’s story has a position as a reflection which illustrates the moral problems in family life, school, friendship, and society. Second, children’s stories which provide social function in overcoming moral problems in children’s social life. Children stories then build and represent children’s collective moral concepts that will overcome the moral problems faced by children in family life, school, and friendship. The reality of children’s stories which has two important positions enables them to be used as a means to understand reality (social document) and overcome children’s moral problems (social functions) in children’s social life today.

Volume 12 | Issue 6

Pages: 353-360

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I6/S20201038