PERKEMBANGAN INDUSTRI SARUNG TENUN DESA GAPURSUKOLILO KECAMATAN GRESIK 2000 – 2020

  • Muhammad Mubin Rahmat Jurusan Pendidikan Sejarah Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Rojil Nugroho Bayu Aji Jurusan Pendidikan Sejarah Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Rojil Nugroho Bayu Aji Jurusan Pendidikan Sejarah Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Abstract

This research aims to analyze the background, development, and the impact especially in terms of social, economic, and evironmetal aspect of the establishment of the woven sarong industry in Gapurosukolilo Village, Gresik District This research employs a historical research method consisting of four stages, namely Heuristics, Verification, Interpretation, and Historiography. In conducting the research, the author gathered primary sources through interviews with woven sarong entrepreneurs, weavers, and the head of Gapurosukolilo Village. Secondary sources were obtained from books, journals, and magazines discussing weaving and Gresik. The acquired sources were critically assessed through internal and external critique, followed by information filtering from primary and secondary sources. Lastly, the author compiled a report on the development of the woven sarong industry in Gapurosukolilo Village, Gresik District, from 2000 to 2020. Using a historical approach, primary and secondary data were collected and analyzed to depict the development of the woven sarong industry in Gapurosukolilo Village. The research findings indicate that the woven sarong industry in Gapurosukolilo Village has been established since around 1940 and was passed down to the third generation, which changed the industry's name in 2000. Additionally, the development of the woven sarong industry is influenced by internal factors such as capital, raw materials, equipment, labor, and more. External factors, such as the surrounding environment of the woven sarong industry, significantly contributed to its development. Positive impacts include increased income for weavers, improved education for the local residents, and the preservation of cultural heritage. However, there are also negative impacts, such as the dye used in woven sarong production often being disposed of in drains, especially during floods. This can lead to water pollution and have negative effects on water quality and the surrounding environment. Keywords: Development, Industry, Woven Saron

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2024-01-18
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