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E-Journal of Cultural Studies
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ISSN (Print) 2338-2449
Published by Universitas Udayana Homepage  [62 journals]
  • RELATION OF POWER-KNOWLEDGE IN BALI MANDARA DISCOURSE

    • Authors: Fauzan Al Jundi, I Ketut Ardhana, I Nyoman Suarka
      Pages: 1 - 10
      Abstract: Bali has great potentials in its beautiful nature and unique culture, which the government uses as an opportunity to implement regional development using the concept of Bali Mandara. This study aims to find out why the development of Bali province applying the concepts of Bali Mandara becomes a polemic for some Balinese, the existence of a power-knowledge relation in the concept of Bali Mandara discourse, and the implications of the development process implementing the Bali Mandara program. The data were analyzed using power-knowledge relation theory and generative structure. The results showed pros and cons in the planning and implementation of the development of the Bali Province. The rules and policies arranged in Regional Regulations (Perda) to support Bali's development are power-knowledge relations that the government applies to achieve the goals. Bali Mandara program has been implemented in less than a decade. Various benefits are the fundamental basis for the readiness of the Balinese to face a better future. Keywords: Bali Mandara, Discourse, Relation, Power-Knowledge.
      PubDate: 2022-05-31
      DOI: 10.24843/cs.2022.v15.i02.p01
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • UNDERSTANDING THE CHAOTIC SYSTEM IN MANAGING TYPE-C EXCAVATION FACILITIES
           IN SEBUDI VILLAGE BALI

    • Authors: Ida Bagus Gde Putra, A.A. Ngurah Anom Kumbara, I Nyoman Suarka, I Nyoman Sukiada
      Pages: 11 - 26
      Abstract: The catastrophic eruption of Mount Agung in 1963 had spewed deposits of lava and sandstone covering the lower reaches of the Sebudi Village area. After the eruption of Mount Agung, the lava and sandstone deposits were explored as minerals C and used as a new source of income for their welfare, but the community did not pay taxes. The purpose of the study is to describe struggles in fighting for capital between actors in the realm of the type-C excavation in Sebudi Village. This research was carried out with a qualitative approach, using a triangulation technique, namely by observation, in-depth interviews with informants with the technique of purposive sampling, and documentation studies. The theory used is the theory of hegemony, the theory of power-knowledge discourse, and the theory of social practice.The results of the study reveal that factors that trigger the occurrence of chaos are due to regulatory factors issued by the government which cause conflicts of interest between agencies in managing the type-C excavation. The implications of the chaos of type-C excavation have been changing the structure of infrastructure buildings, unclear topographic and geographical boundaries. Additionally, local government policies in law enforcement have made a shift in status of land ownership which is closely related to the interests and powers of actors and agencies in determining their actions. Keywords: regulation, chaos, type-C excavation, land ownership
      PubDate: 2022-05-31
      DOI: 10.24843/cs.2022.v15.i02.p02
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • ECOPRINT COLOR FASTNESS RESISTANCE ON GOATSKIN MEDIA AGAINST WET RUB AND
           SUNLIGHT

    • Authors: Nurul Aini, Endang Prahastuti, Mayang Fatkhi Rohmah
      Pages: 27 - 33
      Abstract: Many artisans prefer to use artificial (synthetic) dyes because they are faster and easier. However, chemical substances from synthetic dye waste are harmful to the environment. Eco-print technique minimizes environmental losses due to natural  coloring techniques on printing or transferring colors and motifs from plants directly to the medium. This study aimed to determine the color fastness of eco-print on goatskin material against wet rubbing and sunlight using mordant and tunjung. This  research was descriptive research with a quantitative approach. The results showed that  the average evaluation value of color fastness to sunlight was 4.75, better than wet   rubbing, which got an average evaluation value of 4.42. The bivariate analysis showed the value of sig. (0.043) or H0 was rejected. In conclusion, there was a difference in  color fastness from eco-print on goatskin material against wet rubbing and sunlight. Keywords: eco-print, fastness resistance, goatskin.
      PubDate: 2022-05-31
      DOI: 10.24843/cs.2022.v15.i02.p03
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • THE POTENTIAL OF CEPUK WOVEN FABRICS AS NUSA PENIDA'S LOCAL WISDOM IN
           SUPPORTING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE PANDEMIC ERA

    • Authors: I Wayan Tagel Eddy
      Pages: 34 - 48
      Abstract:   This article examines the potential of cepuk woven fabric as Nusa Penida's local wisdom in supporting sustainable development in the pandemic era. Balinese people in general are familiar with Gringsing woven fabrics, songket woven fabrics and endek woven fabrics. There is a type of cloth that comes from Tanglad Village, Nusa Penida District, Klungkung Regency, called cepuk woven fabric. The process of making cepuk woven cloth using a traditional tool called cagcag . The purpose of this study is to provide information about the history of existence, tools and materials, the manufacturing process to the decorative motifs found on cepuk woven fabrics as local wisdom of Nusa Penida. This research is a qualitative descriptive study. Data was collected using observation, interviews, and documentation methods. The results showed that the history of the existence of cepuk woven fabrics has been accepted from generation to generation and is a type of sacred cloth. Materials used: metric threads and rayon, natural dyes using tarum leaves, teak leaves, bark (jamblang, mango, kepundung/menteng, noni), and secang/sepang wood. The process of making cepuk weaving is quite complicated through several stages, and has several motifs with their respective functions. Keywords: cepuk weaving, natural dyes, decorative motifs, meaning
      PubDate: 2022-05-31
      DOI: 10.24843/cs.2022.v15.i02.p04
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • THE RESISTANCE OF THE PEGAYAMAN ISLAMIC COMMUNITY AGAINST STIGMA AND
           IDENTITY RETENTION STRATEGIES IN BULELENG REGENCY

    • Authors: A.A. Ngurah Anom Kumbara, A A Sagung Kartika Dewi
      Pages: 49 - 58
      Abstract:   The issue of disharmony and conflict based on differences in culture, religion, history, and ethnicity still often arises in Indonesia, including in Bali. One of the related phenomena is the stigmatization of the Islamic community in Pegayaman Village which causes various forms of violence, both physical and symbolic. The aims of this study are 1) to understand the reasons underlying the emergence of stigmatization; 2) describe the forms of stigma, and 3) examine strategies for resistance to stigma and maintaining the identity of the Pegayaman Islamic Community in Buleleng Regency. Data was collected using in-depth interviews, observation, document studies, and focus group discussions. Data analysis used a critical interpretation approach with the stages of reduction, presentation, drawing conclusions and verification. This study finds that the reasons underlying the stigmatization of the Pegayaman Islamic Community include, (a) historical experience factors, (b) religious ideology, and ethnicity, (c) construction of reality for various interests, and (d), self-reflexivity, 'we'. and 'them'. Forms of stigma include, (a) labeling, (b) stereotypes, (c) separation; and (d) discrimination. The resistance and identity defense strategies that have been carried out include (a) direct and open strategies through demonstrations, dialogue with the bureaucracy, politicians, media, and regulation of interfaith marriage restrictions, as well as (b) strategies to improve the quality of life of community members through hard work, status improvement economics, children's education, instilling Islamic values ''from an early age, and building cooperation in social, religious, and economic activities. This strategy is effective in minimizing the stigma of society towards the Pegayaman Islamic Community. Keywords : Identity, Islamic community of Pegayaman, resistance, strategy, stigma
      PubDate: 2022-05-31
      DOI: 10.24843/cs.2022.v15.i02.p05
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2022)
       
 
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