Lestari, Yuli Sri (2011) PEMIKIRAN POLITIK MOHAMMAD HATTA DALAM PERGERAKAN NASIONAL INDONESIA TAHUN 1922-1941. Other thesis, Universitas Sebelas Maret.

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    Yuli Sri Lestari. K4407047. Mohammad Hatta’s Political Thinking in the 1922-1941 national movement. Thesis, Surakarta: Teacher Training and Education Faculty, Sebelas Maret University, April 2011. The objectives of research are to find out: (1) thebiography of Mohammad Hatta, (2) Mohammad Hatta’s Political Thinking, (3)the role of Mohammad Hatta’s Political Thinking in Indonesian national movement in 1922-2941. This study employed a historical method. The data sources used were newspaper, literatures, and other sources includingpictures and written sources. Techniques of collecting data used were library study and interview. Technique of analyzing data used was historical analysis technique, the one emphasizing the depth in processing a historical data. The procedure of research was done through four steps of activities: heuristic, criticism, interpretation, and historiography. Considering the result of research, it can be concluded that: (1) Mohammad Hatta was born on August 12, 1902 in Bukittinggi, West Sumatera. Mohammad Hatta was raised in his mother family’s environment. Mohammad Hatta’s formal education started with Europese Lagere School(ELS), then followed with Meer Vitgebreid Lager Onderwijs(MULO), and then continued with Prins Hendrik School(PHS), after which, Mohammad Hatta continued his education in a College in Netherlands, Handels Hooge School(HHS) and Nederlandache Handels Hooge School(NHH). His organization history began when he occupied the treasurer position in JSB Padang in 1916-1919. When he was in Netherlands, he became a member of Indonesische Vereniging in 1922-1925. Mohammad Hatta became the chairman of PI in 1925-1930. He represented Indonesia in League against Imperialism and Colonialism Movementin Berlin in 1927-1931, then attended the IV International Democratic Congress in Paris in 1936. Returning to Indonesia in 1932, he became the chairman of Indonesian National Education in 1934-1935. (2) Mohammad Hatta’s Political Thinking was put onto his pleading speech during a trial in Den Haag Nethedlands. His idea about non-cooperation is very strong seen from his refusal tothe existence of Volksaraad. His thought about people democracy was used as the foundation of Indonesian country establishment. (3) The role of Mohammad Hatta’s Political Thinking in Indonesian national movement is his joining with the PI membership in Netherlands, and becoming the chairman of that organization. Mohammad Hatta propagandized Indonesian’s desire to be independentto outside world. Returning to Indonesia, Mohammad Hatta participated in the establishment of New PNI. Mohammad Hatta also applied the Cadre education system in establishing the next generation of leaders.

    Item Type: Thesis (Other)
    Subjects: D History General and Old World > D History (General)
    Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan > Pendidikan Sejarah
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    Date Deposited: 29 Aug 2013 03:39
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