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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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MIGRASI, PEREBUTAN AKSES TANAH DAN PENGUATAN LEMBAGA ADAT: RESOLUSI KONFLIK TANAH DI RANTAU MINANGKABAU Undri, Undri
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 11, No 2 (2009)
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This writing wants to describe about how three ethnic groups, Minangkabau, Mandailing and Java are scrambling the land in area of Pasaman. In the area of Minangkabau rantau, Minangkabau ethnics as aborigine assumed two ethnic that are Mandailing and of Java have grab their property of the land existed in their area. Early from massive refuge of Mandailing’s people in 1930. Have been noted from 37.612 one who have migration to all Indonesia region counted 25.945 people (68.9%) have migration to area of West Sumatra, especially to Pasaman. Because the native land of Mandailing located near north side Pasaman. In struggling of land conflict which refers to the form of violent cannot be avoided. The Phenomenon like this make them to be ”hungry faction” (land hunter). According to Langenberg’s work in comprehending the typology of Mandailing people in acquiring the land. The conflict was more massive, when in 1950th era the central government delivers Java ethnic come to native land of West Sumatra under transmigration policy. The attendance of them on the land often triggers the local resident conflict particularly concerning the property of the land. Because local resident still assume that the land have been occupied by transmigrant from Java still under their property. Although by local head village have delivered the land to new comer. In solving the conflict mentioned above the role of customary institute play the important role by placing forward the deliberation. The rounded water under vessel and one word under general consensus. The aphorism mentioned above identifes us that all kinds of existing problem in Minangkabau can be finished by deliberation. In fact, the conflict that happened is only finished by informal institute namely by involving elite figure to look for the feasible solution of that. Keyword: Land conflict, migration, access struggle of the land, reinforcement of customary institute, conflict resolution, outside of native land of Minangkabau.
KEMATIAN IBU: SUATU TINJAUAN SOSIAL-BUDAYA Rajab, Budi
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Mother mortality rate in Indonesia remains considerably high. The cause of maternal mortality indirectly is much related with the problems of poverty, the independent role of women in decision making within the family, and the public health services, which continues to be a centralistic-bureaucracy. In Costa Rica, Srilanka, and Kerala province in India, even though the majority of their citizens are poor as in Indonesia the maternal mortality is falling significantly. The reason that make this possible is because a strategy and a program of women empowerment in making independent decisions have been developed together with a model of participative public health services, which is cooperatively carried out by government and local community institutions dealing with community health problems that are affordable and comprehend for the economy and education of the community. The society and government of Indonesia may get a lesson by learning from the strategy and health programs from those three countries. Keywords: Maternal Mortality, Poverty, Women Dependency, Maternal Heath Service
PARADIGMA BARU DALAM KAJIAN ISLAM JAWA Usman, Usman
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Judul Buku : Memahami Islam Jawa Penulis : Prof. Dr. M. Bambang Pranowo Editor : Ade Fakih Kurniawan Penerbit : Pustaka Alvabet Cetakan : I, Oktober 2009 Tebal : xxii + 381
MAKASSAR NAMA KOLEKTIF: Masyarakat Migran Sulawesi Selatan di Alor Kecil, Kabupaten Alor, Nusa Tenggara Timur Patji, Abdurrahman
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Migration of the Bugis-Makassar people is well-known for a long time. They have migrated in many territories within the modern Indonesian state as well as to several countries in the world. This article discusses the adaptation strategy of “Makassar” (a collectively name of South Sulawesi) migrants within the society of Alor Kecil, in the district of Alor, Nusa Tenggara Timur Province, which consisting of many ethnical groups. Some aspects to discuss regarding with adaptation process are economic activities, local politics, agricultural efforts, cultural equivalent, and kinship relationship. All those aspects contribute as push-factors to accelerating the adaptation process. The children of South Sulawesi or Makassar migrants had been acknowledged as one of eight ethnical and cultural groups and they live among them peacefully. Keywords: Migration, adaptation, Makassar people
KEPUNAHAN BAHASA-BAHASA DAERAH: FAKTOR PENYEBAB DAN IMPLIKASI ETNOLINGUISTIS Tondo, Henry
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This article tries to explain the language extinction phenomena in Indonesia particularly in accordance with factors that can cause the language extinction and its ethnolinguistic implications. There are some factors that can be identified as the reasons so that many languages are in the threshold of extinction. Those are the effects of major language, bilingual or multilingual community, globalization, migration, intermarriage, natural disaster, lack of appreciation towards ethnic language, lack of communication intensity using ethnic language in many domains, economic, and bahasa. Meanwhile, the language extinction can ethnolinguistically bring some implications. By the extinction of a language it could be the loss of knowledge on the internal aspects of it, that is, its structure. On the other side, it can bring implications to a loss of local knowledge and other cultural wealth of a certain ethnic using the language because they can only be known through the language used by its community, unless the language has been documented and revitalized. Keywords: extinction, ethnic language, ethnolinguistic
IDENTITAS BUDAYA SEKTOR AUDIOVISUAL DI IDENTITAS BUDAYA SEKTOR AUDIOVISUAL DI Windarsih, Ana
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 11, No 2 (2009)
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Audiovisual sector is an important factor in American, because this sector gives growing revenue more than other sectors like automotive industry, transportation, manufacturing and petrochemicals. American has interest for growing industry that comfortable with imperialism system as an American’s ideology. In the other hand, for developing countries including Indonesian as importer products American have the amazing cultural identities. How struggle’s Indonesian defend cultural identities and what Indonesian’s cultural diversity can empower and can counter American products blooding. Key words: cultural identity, audiovisual sector, free trade
DINAMIKA SOSIAL SEBUAH DESA DI PINGGIRAN KOTA (STUDI KASUS MAGUWOHARJO, DIY) Aji, Gutomo Bayu
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Based on a research conducted in Maguwoharjo village, this article discusses the impact of regional reclassification from rural to rural-urban area. Without a good plan, urban expansion could create a problem of unplanned regional development, as well as environmental degradation. On the non-physical side, changes in rural to rural-urban has led to the emergence in main industry shifts from agricultural to services sectors. It also creates potential conflict as a result of in-migration to the region. Such problems would not be in existence if the development of urban region was wellplanned designed with the use of collaborative management that includes the government, private sectors and the society. Keywords: Urban expansion, urban fringe, social change
PEREMPUAN MUSLIM FAK-FAK: KEKERASAN DALAM RUMAH TANGGA DAN PROSES PERDAMAIAN Pamungkas, Cahyo
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 11, No 2 (2009)
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This paper is adressed to answer how the Papua Moslem Women of Fak-Fak overcome domestic violence. Refering to Marx and Engel, such violence rooted in a domination in the field of economics or in a capitalist mode of production as a continuation of class domination in the history of human being. Based on empirical data, it is found that structural factors such as economic condition contributes to the violence through economic pressures that being faced by poor families. Beside that, cultural factors also is acknowledged to cause violence through modernization, which reduced local cultural values. However, the violence can not be related to the local tradition of Bahamata people of Fak-Fak since the tradition respects and acknowledges the role of Women in their family and structure of tribe. To overcome the violence, some of Moslem women organization has campaigned and socialized of anti-domestic violence issues although it is still artificial.

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