Editorial

Imam Suyitno

Abstract


Globalization is sweeping our world. Globalization can be interpreted as a process of the
integration of nations in the world in a global system that crosses national boundaries, both geographical,
social, cultural, political and economic systems. The phenomenon of system changes and patterns of life
in a country has an effect on changes in systems and patterns of life in other countries. In this global
context, people's attitudes are increasingly open to changes that are influenced by changes from the
outside world. These changes have resulted in an increase in people's demands for freedom and decent
livelihoods.
In the global context, education must improve to deal with various phenomena that occur.
Education should be more oriented towards developing critical and creative thoughts of students. The
education process does not merely provide knowledge about learning material, but rather focuses on
improving thinking skills. For that reason, it is time for us to ask "what can language, literature, art,
culture, and education play in developing students' critical and creative thinking skills in this globalized
era?" This critical issue is the theme in ISLLAC volume 2, issue 2.

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ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture
Jurusan Sastra Indonesia, Fakultas Sastra, Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia (Department of Indonesian Literature, Faculty of Letters, State University of Malang, Indonesia)

ISSN : 2597-7385 (media online) - SK no. 0005.25977385/JI.3.1/SK.ISSN/2017.09 - 19 September 2017

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