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This study aims to analyze how the implementation process and its implications for culture-based education in the era of globalization. Education has two functions, namely the conservation function to produce culturally appropriate human beings to maintain national values and identity and the innovation function to produce a culture that is in accordance with the demands of the times. The learning process is carried out using science and technology, but still maintains national identity through the application of character education. So that culture-based learning is not monotonous and also in accordance with the times. This study uses the Systematic Literature Review (SLR) method by identifying, reviewing, evaluating, and interpreting all available research. Based on the results of research and discussion in this study, it can be concluded that culture-based education in the era of globalization, the learning process carried out must be based on science and technology. However, it must still maintain national identity by implementing character education in developing values and culture. Thus, culture-based education in the era of globalization gives birth to humans who have identity and identity, but still understand their role as a world community that continues to develop and dynamically follow the development of technology and information.


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