Actualization of Pancasila towards the attitude of nationalism of the youth generation in the Society Era 5.0

Ravita Mega Saputri, S. Sunarso


This study aims to find out about efforts to actualize Pancasila to grow the nationalism of the younger generation to face society 5.0. The results of the study indicate that the actualization of Pancasila values in the life of the state requires socialization so that the Pancasila values can be fully institutionalized both for individuals and for community groups. The presence of modernity in Indonesia brings a great influence. These influences include positive, neutral and negative influences. To strengthen nationalism and state sovereignty, it must be ensured that the role of the state and society is strong in protecting and fulfilling the rights of citizens, especially by the younger generation living in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0, which in the future will face a new era, namely society 5.0. The way of thinking to face the era of society 5.0 for the younger generation is to get used to analytical, critical, and creative thinking. This way of thinking is called the Hiinger Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) way of thinking. Inculcating the spirit of nationalism and strengthening the character of the nation for all students in Indonesia will strengthen the unity and integrity of the nation in the framework of realizing a strong and strong NKRI with personality.

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