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Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya
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ISSN (Print) 2615-7608 - ISSN (Online) 2502-1966
Published by Indonesian Institute of Sciences Homepage  [5 journals]

    • Authors: Nina Widyawati, Sri Sunarti Purwaningsih
      Abstract: Achievement of 2030 SDGs is the commitment of many countries, including South East Asian countries and Indonesia in particular. Indonesia as other South East Asian countries has been doing a great effort to achieve the 2030  SDGs. Among other goals, Goal 9 that related to industry, innovation and infrastructure in which information and communication technologies is an important way to faciltate sustainable development. This is  in line with the Industrial Revolution 4.0. Well established Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and governance that is involved local govenment and civil society. Bandung, West Java Indonesia, is one of the good example of the smart city when it was Ridwan Kamil (RK) as the Mayor. RK, the former mayor of Bandung who used ICT as the tool to improve  public services with the use of e-aplications. RK also communicate directly with his community members through social media account initiated by a civil society (RK Watch). Interactive activities through ICT, especially social media are able to accelerate public services. Most issues raise on this account concerning to the delay in responding public services  related to the  target of SDGs namely infrastructure, environment, health and population administration.  This paper will discuses some issues on  how  ICT able to cut beaucratic line and to accelarate public services;  negotiation between lovers and haters in relation to public sevice priorities; type of public services related to SDG’s topic. Data used for this paper drawn from our research collected by using a set of qualitative approach and methods such as indepth interviews and focus group discussions.
      PubDate: 2022-11-10
      DOI: 10.14203/jmb.v24i2.1752
      Issue No: Vol. 24, No. 2 (2022)

    • Authors: Muhammad Alie Humaedi
      PubDate: 2022-09-21
      DOI: 10.14203/jmb.v24i2.1782
      Issue No: Vol. 24, No. 2 (2022)

    • Authors: Isep Bayu Arisandi
      Abstract: Abstrack This paper aims to reveal the role of the written tradition as a medium for spreading Islamic teachings in Tatar Sunda. There are various teaching themes contained in the texts of manuscript Riwayat Nabi Yusuf (RNY), Pandita Nursaléh (PN), Wawacan Pandita Sawang (PS), Babad Awak Salira (AS), and Pranata Istri ka Carogé (PI), in addition to a commonality that is built on the form of wawacan, as well as the value of the content of Islamic teachings that are so thick. This study reveals the role of the written tradition in recording and conveying Islamic teachings through ancient texts. The five manuscripts that became the object showed that in RNY, PN, PI, and AS the results were copied from other texts. Meanwhile, the theme of Islamic teachings in each text covers the differences; PN and PS are related to birth, faith, and death; US contains adab values; PI contains the values ​​of a wife's etiquette; and RNY relates to the greatness of Allah through the stories of the Prophets and Apostles. The form of the wawacan text in the script has an important role in efforts to spread Islamic teachings in the Tatar Sunda. Keywords: manuscript, wawacan, broadcast media, Islamic teachings
      PubDate: 2022-09-21
      DOI: 10.14203/jmb.v24i2.1405
      Issue No: Vol. 24, No. 2 (2022)

    • Authors: Damirah, Darwis, Abd. Hamid, Musmulyadi
      Abstract: This research is qualitative research using an interpretive paradigm with a phenomenological approach to see and find out the relationship between the community or local religious adherents and the government in the realization of the cycle relation model concept. Research data was obtained by in-depth interviews and observations. The results of the study show that people who follow local religions in South Sulawesi (Ammatoa, Towani Tolotang, Aluk Todolo) still carry out their local religious traditions until now, even though they already have their respective official religions. The results of the study also show that their social, economic and political life is also very good, they live side by side well with other general people. Regarding the relationship between the government, based on the results of the study, it shows that the relationship that exists between the community and the government is very good where the community carries out its obligations to the government and the government gives the community rights as citizens
      PubDate: 2022-09-21
      DOI: 10.14203/jmb.v24i2.1486
      Issue No: Vol. 24, No. 2 (2022)

    • Authors: Fawziah Zahrawati, Andi Aras, Claver Nzobonimpa
      Abstract: The degradation of the student character is one of the issues that attracts the attention. Various efforts have been made to solve these problems, one of which is through the use of local wisdom to build student character. This study aims to determine the internalization of Bugis local wisdom malebbi warekkadanna makkiade ampena and the various characters formed. This research is a qualitative research. Data were collected through in-depth interviews using interview guidelines. The subject of this research was chosen by purposive sampling consisting of students from the Faculty of Sharia and Islamic Law, Faculty of Economics and Islamic Business, Faculty of Ushuludin, Adab, and Da'wah, Faculty of Tarbiyah, and the Postgraduate Program of Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Parepare. Data analysis is done by preparing the data, organizing it and reducing it into several themes to be presented. The results of this study indicate that the internalization of local wisdom malebbi warekkadanna makkiade ampena goes through 3 stages, namely: introduction, habituation, and value actualization. The characters formed are polite, courteous, tolerant, disciplined, socially caring, and religious. It can be concluded that it is necessary to revitalize local wisdom as capital in building positive character through campus cultural engineering.
      PubDate: 2022-09-21
      DOI: 10.14203/jmb.v24i2.1497
      Issue No: Vol. 24, No. 2 (2022)

    • Authors: Raden Rachmy Diana, Sepma Pulthinka Nur Hanip
      Abstract: This research is supposed to deeply observe about adat tapsila as social norm of Buddhist and Moslem citizens
      in Tegal Maja, North Lombok regency, with the goal supposed of religious harmony in Lombok being saved, which
      believed as inherit cultural ethics from a period to the other period of Sasak’s tribe. The research on religious
      harmony were not the recent observation, especially in Indonesia. Moreover, both generally and specifically
      in Lombok, according to the prior research, religious harmony is observed by considering ritual adat aspect.
      There was involved the roleplay of every position such as religion subject as central of peace, Government has a
      position and roleplay a creator of Community of Communication on Religious subject Institution. The research
      methodology being used were qualitative methodology with ethnography approach while humans placed based
      on their environment context being observed. This study is supposed for deeply dig about adat tapsila as an ethics
      and social norm while save the religious harmony, and the existence of adat tapsila for saving social integration
      in plural citizens especially in Lombok.
      PubDate: 2022-09-21
      DOI: 10.14203/jmb.v24i2.1528
      Issue No: Vol. 24, No. 2 (2022)

    • Authors: Muhammad Nur Prabowo Setyabudi
      Abstract: This article discusses the dynamics of tolerance of the Tenggerese people in Ngadas Malang, East Java, especially those carried out by the Muslim Tenggerese group. The author uses the theory of tolerance based on the critical paradigm to unravel and analyze the practice of tolerance among the Tenggerese. The influence of Islamization and the government's religious politics had changed the face of the Tenggerese in Ngadas to be more heterogeneous: “one custom, three religions”, and a “golden triangle” relationship exists between Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism. In the midst of their heterogeneity, the Muslim Tenggerese still maintain a culture of tolerance, both religious tolerance related to their response to the religious diversity, and cultural one, related to the response to the cultural traditions and local wisdom. Both run dynamically, along with the social changes due to the process of the "Islamization" on the one hand and "Tenggerization" on the other. In general, the interaction of the Tengger Muslim community reflects "co-existential tolerance". However, coexistence in the context of cultural tolerance is not more stable than the religious one.
      PubDate: 2022-09-21
      DOI: 10.14203/jmb.v24i2.1560
      Issue No: Vol. 24, No. 2 (2022)

    • Authors: Ubaidillah Ubaidillah
      Abstract: This article discusses the construction of the kerata basa discourse and the meaning of cultural teachings from the discourse with an anthropological linguistic approach. Data on the kerata basa discourse was collected from observations and interviews in the Cirebon Regency area as well as literature studies. The construction of the kerata basa discourse is formed with the constituent words and utterances. The constituents of words and utterances share portions to explain each other; half of the discourse meaning is in the word constituents for referential meanings, and half is in the utterance constituents to describe referential meanings in Javanese culture. The two constituents are dialectically related in forming a system of meaning. The meaning of the teachings contained in the kerata basa discourse implies the responsibility of further interpretation to the recipient. The arbitrary nature of the kerata basa has a grip both in terms of construction and meaning that makes its construction results acceptable to fellow Javanese people. The kerata basa is a Javanese cultural grammar; a grammar at the parole level that produces connotative meanings and is not a langue.
      PubDate: 2022-09-21
      DOI: 10.14203/jmb.v24i2.1586
      Issue No: Vol. 24, No. 2 (2022)

    • Authors: Ranny Rastati
      Abstract: This paper aims to understand how to internalize the values of Pancasila among the younger generation, which are Millennials and Generation Z, in Indonesia. The method used is a qualitative approach with in-depth interviews, focus group discussions (FGD), and literature study for data collection. The study was conducted from May 2021 to January 2022. The results showed that Pancasila needs to be internalized by the younger generation to maintain the spirit of Bhinneka Tunggal Ika (unity in diversity) from generation to generation. Promoting Pancasila values can be done through pop culture products such as film, animation, and music can also be a medium to internalize the values of Pancasila. In addition, youth communities with offline and online programs such as Pancasila schools, positive content on social media such as vlogs, memes, short videos, and humanitarian donations. The non-indoctrinated process makes the values of Pancasila can be understood by the young generation and implemented in a daily manner, not just an ideology.  
      PubDate: 2022-09-21
      DOI: 10.14203/jmb.v24i2.1601
      Issue No: Vol. 24, No. 2 (2022)

    • Authors: Mathias Adon
      Abstract: This study focuses on efforts to understand the philosophical concept of the mbaru gendang as a symbol of identity and the center of Manggarai culture. This study aims to explore the values of local wisdom contained in the symbols, forms, and functions of the mbaru gendang. This research is motivated by an awareness of the wisdom values contained in the form and structure of the new Manggarai drum culture so that it can be used as beautiful philosophical thoughts for Indonesian philosophy that is sustainable throughout time. The method used is observation and literature study. This study found that the symbols and shapes of the mbaru gendang have very high cultural philosophical values. So this research contributes to the exploration of the wealth of wisdom of the mbaru gendang so that it becomes a philosophical presentation that can be actualized in the daily life of the Indonesian people. Besides that, this research is an attempt to promote the mbaru gendang as a symbol of identity and cultural center of the Manggarai community.
      PubDate: 2022-09-21
      DOI: 10.14203/jmb.v24i2.1616
      Issue No: Vol. 24, No. 2 (2022)

    • Authors: B.J. Sujibto, Aulia Rachma Diah
      Abstract: Abstract  This article discusses how youths adapt and challenge the social orders introduced by the COVID-19 protocol and other socio-cultural consequences. While maximizing social role and social status in society through durable processes, youths’ interpretation of the pandemic rules have created important discourses in the context of shaping new pandemic cultures. Having acknowledged as digital natives on the one hand, and agents of change on the other hand, youths have their own way of adapting and challenging the new cultures of a pandemic. By using a qualitative approach, primary data were collected through interviews with undergraduate students in Yogyakarta, and then supported by secondary data collected through observations, documents and news. This article has found three important points. The first is an  awareness of maintaining oneself health and its family which then leads to a collective spirit, that is to build a healthy community. The second is an accelerative way to the digital world giving youth a flash opportunity to take part in the social sphere. The pandemic has been accelerating the digital platforms and at the same time has forced youths to be able to use it. The third is cultural tensions inevitably arising due to the constant process of adaptation to the pandemic rules. These three findings are staged in a social process to see the role of actors and the social structures in particular.  Keywords: COVID-19, pandemic culture, cultural tension, youth, social process
      PubDate: 2022-09-21
      DOI: 10.14203/jmb.v24i2.1628
      Issue No: Vol. 24, No. 2 (2022)

    • Authors: Ratna Noviani, Elok Santi Jesica, Rizki Cesira Wardani
      Abstract: Cicil is a digital platform that offers loan lending services targeting higher education students in Indonesia. The practice of loan lending services by Cicil is generated by the web of interdependency between individuals, institutions, and ecosystem of digital platform. This study is aimed to examine social re-figuration, which molds the digital media technology-based practice of loan lending services by Cicil. By using Norbert Elias’ concept of figuration and Anthony Hepp’s adaptation of Norbert Elias’ figuration in the context of digital era as well as case study method, this study reveals the social transformation or social re-figuration in the practice of loan lending services in the digital era. The social re-figuration is characterized by the change of interdependent interactions among the involved social actors, which are increasingly mediatized. This study also shows that in the digital era participatory management and strategy of integration have replaced the hierarchical and non-cooperative management in the practice of loan lending services.
      PubDate: 2022-09-21
      DOI: 10.14203/jmb.v24i2.1656
      Issue No: Vol. 24, No. 2 (2022)
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