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Measurement of knowledge sharing, society’s well-being, Opportunistic behaviour, Indonesia, Community
Purpose: Jelekong is a village in the suburbs of Bandung. The village is famous for its variety of art, puppet, and painting. This study wants to know how people in Jelekong share their knowledge to improve the social well-being of the community.
Methodology: This research is a descriptive study. Sampling technique uses stratified cluster sampling. Collecting data on the 67 community leaders in the village of Jelekong indicates that knowledge sharing instruments are reliable and valid. The reliability coefficient is calculated using Cronbach alpha showed that Cronbach alpha coefficient is 0911. The validity is calculated using confirmatory factor analysis showed that p = 1 and RSMEA = 0.
Main Findings: The result shows that knowledge sharing in Jelekong, in general, is quite good, but still have poor ability in aspects of ICT capability and build mutual trust. Therefore, Jelekong society needs to be given training to have the potential of ICTs and build mutual trust in sharing knowledge to improve the social well-being of the community.
Implications/Applications: The results of the study can be applied by the authorities in understanding the technological needs of society. In addition, they can develop different training programs and techniques that promote knowledge sharing, so knowledge can be shared easily and quickly to overcome various problems in the society.
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