The Role of Children's Literature in Era 4.0 as Forming Character of Pancasila Students


  • Luthfa Nugraheni Muria Kudus University, Kudus, 59327 Central Java, Indonesia
  • Ristiyani Muria Kudus University, Kudus, 59327 Central Java, Indonesia



Children's literature, era 4.0, Pancasila, student profile


Students in the PBSI study program need to master literature subjects. This course is related to the PBSI study program, so mastery of literature course material is mandatory for PBSI students. The urgency of this research is very important to obtain a description of literature learning for children in the 4.0 era. This research aims to obtain a description of children's learning outcomes given children's literature material in the 4.0 era and to describe how much influence children's literature in the 4.0 era using the case study learning model has on children's learning outcomes. The researchers develop the kid content of the pertinent literature by using the library research approach to gather data and information about Pancasila's literary-based education. Thus, the study's contribution was to postulate about how children's character was built in Pancasila through education in the year 4.0.


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How to Cite

Nugraheni, L., & Ristiyani. (2023). The Role of Children’s Literature in Era 4.0 as Forming Character of Pancasila Students. ICCCM Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2(2), 14–18.