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The industrial revolution 4.0 has given a change in human life, both in terms of economic, social and cultural. To that end, in this study the researchers traced the influence of socio-cultural changes that occurred in the realm of Education in the Dayak Deah region of South Kalimantan in the industrial revolution era 4.0. By using a qualitative method through the James P. Spradley ethnographic approach, Dayak Deah's socio-cultural position is positioned as an object of study to be identified and analyzed based on data from informants and observations to uncover the socio-cultural significance of Dayak Deah in the industrial revolution era 4.0. From this research, the results show that the industrial revolution 4.0 not only gave changes to the urban and rural realm, but also to the ethnic Dayak Deah community, although life in the interior and internet networks are not very strong, they can still enjoy the changes brought about by the industrial revolution 4.0. These changes can be seen from the fields of economics and MSME development, publication of annual activities through online and online media, and virtual transactions.
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