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Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya
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Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya (JMB) or Journal of Society and Culture is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to be an authoritative academic source on the study of society and culture. We publish original research papers, review articles, case studies, and book reviews focusing on Indonesian society, cultural phenomena, and other related topics. A manuscript describing society and culture outside Indonesia is expected to be analyzed comparatively with the issues and context in Indonesia. All papers will be reviewed rigorously at least by two referees. JMB is published three times a year, in April, August , and December.
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Globalization and The Cultural Politics of Tradition Some Lessons from Developing Countries Thufail, Fadjar I.
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 1, No.1 (1997)
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Globalization in this time is popular discourse specially in economic actors. Though, development of globalization theory just has taken its first step. Both in popular discourse and economic theory relate with economic aspect and social globalization inter-nation. Then, for this time rarely to see the relation between globalization and cultural-political process in local level. This article try to offer another approach for analysing of globalization process that focus on social and cultural context in development country. In this type of analysing, research for “vernacularization” process like forms of global culture is very important as global community forming process. The relation for this article, anthropology offer an critical view to analyze global process that happen in daily life in the world.
Reorientasi Keagamaan dan Konseptualisasi Ukhuwah Islamiyah: Dua Kasus dari Jawa Timur Turmudi, Endang
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 1, No.1 (1997)
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This article discusses the social relationship between Muslim groups in Jombang and Pasuruan, East Java. It highlights the relationship between traditionalist orthodox Muslim represented by NU and Modernist Orthodox Muslim represented by Muhammadiyah. The relationship is marked by tension and conflict. This conflicts is inevitable, not only because they do difference practice of Islam but also because they have different political orientation. It is argued, however, that this conflict wll not come into disintegrative situation, since at the cultural level muslims have a common integrated system, us the same focabularies and are bound by the same ideology. In addition, it is interesting to note that there are emerging changes in Muslims’ perspective at grassroots level about their relations with other Muslim groups. Such changes constitute their response to the existing and continuous changes in the socio-political realm. The changes have brought them to reformulate their socio-political order, either concerned with the Islamic leadership or with the Islamic ideals that they must pursue in general. What is important in regard to such reformulation (reevaluation) is the concept of Ukhuwwah Islamiyyah (Muslim Brotherhood). The concept has long been interpreted and used inappropriately. The concept is concerned with relations between Muslim groups, which have long been marked by strong primordialism. The re-evaluation of Ukhuwwah Islamiyyah represents a self crilique by Muslims of themselves after they experienced their misconduct in regard to their relationship with each other. It gives rise to mutual understanding between them and juxiaposes one Muslim to another. It is not accidental that intermarriage between Muslims of various groups in present day Jombang and Pasuruan occurs more often thatn that in the past.
Budaya Materi dan Pengembangan Pariwisata di Biak – Numpor, Irian Jaya Haba, John
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 1, No.1 (1997)
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Tulisan ini fokus pada budaya material di masyarakat Biak-Namfor yang bertujuan untuk mengembangkan pariwisata di wilayah tersebut. Seperti yang kita ketahui tentang Irian Jaya yang merupakan sebuah pulau dengan sumber daya alam yang melimpah disertai latar belakang budaya yang beraneka ragam. Berdasarkan data lapangan di Biak pada Desember 1995, artikel ini mendemonstrasikan bahwa wilayah Biak-Numfor memiliki kekayaan budaya dan sejarah yang dapat digunakan untuk mengembangkan pariwisata. Lebih lanjut, penulis merangkai beberapa aspek yang melatarbelakangi budaya material masyarakat Biak yang disertai arti, fungsi dan alasan tradisi peninggalan nenek moyang kian menghilang. Artikel ini juga memberikan rekomendasi bagi masyarakat local dan pemerintah juga institusi sehingga mereka dapat merencakan dan membuat program pengembangan pariwisata.
Retorika Pemerintah dan Respon Masyarakat Studi Kasus di Indonesia dan Filipina Haba, John
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 1, No.1 (1997)
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Greg Acciaioli-Jenifer Nourse (eds). Official Rhetoric-Popular Response Dialogue and Resistance in Indonesia and Philippines, Adalaide: Social Analysis-Journal of Cultural and Social Pracites No.35, April 1994. 164 Halaman
The Clash of Civilization: A Prognosis of the Future or the Lure of the Past Abdullah, Taufik
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 1, No.1 (1997)
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The story begins when Samuel P. Huntington – the famous political scientist from a highly prestigious university, Harvard University and a citizen of the strongest power on earth – write an articles, entitled “The Clash of Civilization?” in Foreign Affairs. Soon enough the article invites highly critical comments from several scholars. Not someone who can easily be set aside, Huntington give his response to his critics by asking a challenging question, “If not civilizations, What?” If anything the criticism only harden his conviction that civilization, instead of ideology, economy, or whatever, would become the basis of conflict in the post cold war. He doesn’t stop with this rather cynical question, he writes a book with the same subject and title, but without a question mark. Huntington, “the seeker”, has in the meantime become the “true believer” – as Eric Hoffer would have called him. He also defends his position in several interview he gives after the publication of the book.

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