Pembangunan Masyarakat melalui Penegakan Keadilan Sosial terhadap Akses Ilmu Pengetahuan Menuju Knowledge Society

  • Prakoso Bhairawa Putera Universitas Padjadjaran
  • Muhammad Zulhamdani Pusat Pemanfaatan Iptek dan Inovasi, LIPI
Keywords: Community Development, Education Access, Social Justice, Knowledge Society

Abstract

Social justice in the field of science is the key to achieving a knowledge society. Indonesia as a developing country is also trying to develop science. However, not all Indonesians have access to formal education and other sources of knowledge. The development of science led a nation that had the ability to create and shape advanced civilizations. This paper is based on a literature study and official government data related to education access. Social justice towards science will be achieved by creating a balance in access to knowledge and the availability of sources of knowledge. The decreasing level of illiteracy indicates that the community has received a proper education. There are five aspects to achieving progress in a knowledge-based society namely infrastructure, content, affordability, diversity, and human capacity.

Keywords:  Community Development, Education Access, Social Justice, Knowledge Society

ABSTRAK

Kemajuan dan kemakmuran telah dirasakan oleh berbagai negara di beberapa negara Amerika utara, eropa, dan beberapa negara Asia seperti Jepang, Korea Selatan dan China. Kemajuan ini diperoleh karena penguasaan ilmu pengetahuan di negara mereka. Indonesia sebagai negara berkembang juga berusaha untuk mengembangkan ilmu pengetahuan. Namun selama ilmu pengetahuan di sebarkan secara tidak merata, negara ini sulit untuk bangkit dari keterpurukan tersebut. Kemajuan bangsa hanya diperoleh jika masyarakat Indonesia telah mendapatkan keadilan sosial dalam bidang ilmu pengetahuan. Keadilan sosial dalam bidang ilmu pengetahuan adalah kunci untuk mencapai sebuah masyarakat pengetahuan atau knowledge society. Dalam membentuk masyarakat pengetahuan yang berkeadilan sosial setidaknya ada lima aspek yang perlu diperhatikan, yakni infrastruktur fisik, konten pengetahuan, keterjangkauan, keberagaman, dan kapasitas manusia.

Kata Kunci: Pembangunan Masyarakat, Akses Pendidikan, Keadilan Sosial, Masyakarat Berpengetahuan

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Published
2020-12-15
How to Cite
Putera, P. B., & Zulhamdani , M. (2020). Pembangunan Masyarakat melalui Penegakan Keadilan Sosial terhadap Akses Ilmu Pengetahuan Menuju Knowledge Society. Jurnal Kebijakan Pembangunan, 15(2), 191-202. https://doi.org/10.47441/jkp.v15i2.129