https://journal.fib.uho.ac.id/index.php/etnoreflika/issue/feed ETNOREFLIKA: Jurnal Sosial dan Budaya 2024-06-29T00:00:00+00:00 Dr. Erens Elvianus Koodoh, S.Sos., M.Si erens.elvianus@uho.ac.id Open Journal Systems <p>ETNOREFLIKA is published by Laboratory of Anthropology Department of Cultural Science Faculty of Halu Oleo University in collaboration with <a href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/19IKjIqR_BhHxqg5aZ4uMgZO_wkMT1Hkj/view?usp=sharing"><strong>Asosiasi Departemen/Jurusan Antropologi Seluruh Indonesia (ADJASI)</strong></a> (<strong><a href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/19IKjIqR_BhHxqg5aZ4uMgZO_wkMT1Hkj/view?usp=sharing">link MoA</a></strong>). 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Etnoreflika is present with the mission of building tradition and academic climate for civilization advance and humanity dignity. </p> <p>In addition, ETNOREFLIKA journal intentionally taking generic word "ethnos" aims to promote and to develop multiculturalism spirit in Indonesian plural life. <em>Reflika</em> is defined as a process of reflecting behavior, idea, and environment.</p> <p>Editor accepts theoretical article contribution, results of research in the form of ethnography, and articles containing constructive idea to solve social, cultural and or humanities problems in broad sense, and development problems in general, as well as review on anthropological, social, cultural, and humanities science textbooks. </p> <p class="p1"><a href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/1U0xh-ZQd19gIZC_tHmA6gpkYJ_2FYnHd/view?usp=sharing"><strong>Download Certificate of Accreditation</strong></a></p> https://journal.fib.uho.ac.id/index.php/etnoreflika/article/view/2605 Media Sosial TikTok sebagai Agen Sosialisasi dalam Membentuk Konsep Diri 2024-05-17T03:24:53+00:00 Wilis Wening Rumasmoro wiliswening@student.uns.ac.id Yosafat Hermawan Trinugraha yosafathermawan@staff.uns.ac.id Septina Galih Pudyastuti septina@staff.uns.ac.id <p><em>Social media TikTok has become a media that is quite popular among teenagers. The massive use of social media TikTok among teenagers makes it a powerful socialization agent in forming self-concept. This research uses descriptive qualitative methods to determine the self-concept of teenagers using TikTok social media. The research was carried out using in-depth interviews and observations of purposive sampling of informants involving 5 teenage users of the social media TikTok. The primary data used in this research is the results of interviews with informants, while the secondary data is in the form of books and relevant literature studies. The data obtained was then analyzed using the Looking Glass Self (Cooley) theory. The findings obtained in this research indicate that a positive view of the video content or comments uploaded will form a positive self-concept in teenagers who use the social media TikTok. On the other hand, having a negative view of the video content or comments uploaded will form a negative self-concept in teenagers who use the social media TikTok. This self-concept develops based on the reflections of teenage TikTok social media users on other people's views on uploaded video content or comments.</em></p> 2024-06-09T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Wilis Wening Rumasmoro, Yosafat Hermawan Trinugraha, Septina Galih Pudyastuti https://journal.fib.uho.ac.id/index.php/etnoreflika/article/view/2599 Peran Pemberdayaan Kesejahteraan Keluarga dalam Penurunan Prevalensi Stunting di Kelurahan Kestalan, Kecamatan Banjarsari, Surakarta 2024-05-21T14:24:26+00:00 Intan Dwi Agustina intandwiagustina02@student.uns.ac.id Nurhadi Nurhadi Nurhadi@staff.uns.ac.id Dwi Astutik dwiastutik@staff.uns.ac.id <p><em>Stunting</em><em> is a condition where children fail to thrive which is caused by several factors so that it can affect a child's growth and development. Toddlers who experience stunting have bodies that are shorter than the standard height for children their age. The stunting figure in Surakarta City in 2019 shows that 1.35 percent of children aged under two years were stunted, this has decreased compared to the stunting percentage figure in 2018, which was 2.19%. This research will discuss the factors that cause stunting and efforts to reduce the prevalence of stunting in Kestalan Village, Surakarta through the role of empowering family welfare. Data collection techniques were carried out using in-depth interviews and documentation studies. Social action theory by Max Weber is used as an analytical tool to determine the relationship between variables from research results. The research results show that the cause of stunting in children in Kestalan Village, Banjarsari District, Surakarta City is parents' lack of knowledge regarding nutritional intake, lifestyle, congenital diseases, the environment, and most parents smoking. The government and the community have made various efforts to accelerate stunting reduction, one of which is through the contribution of the Family Welfare Empowerment Team (PKK). Efforts to reduce stunting can be carried out through the role of Family Welfare Empowerment (PKK), namely in health services, posyandu activities, collaboration with the government and the private sector in providing additional food assistance (PMT), counseling and assistance, education and motivation.</em></p> 2023-06-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Intan Dwi Agustina, Nurhadi Nurhadi, Dwi Astutik https://journal.fib.uho.ac.id/index.php/etnoreflika/article/view/2541 Exploring Unique Local Cultural Values: Strategies for Utilizing Tourism Potential 2024-06-01T09:38:05+00:00 Suwarti Suwarti watysmicecomm@gmail.com Aurilia Triani Aryaningtyas aurilia.ta@gmail.com Tiara Sanika L. Putriningsih trasanika@gmail.com Flores Harliesyahputra Laia z.floresharlie@gmail.com <p>Penadaran Village in Grobogan Regency, Central Java, Indonesia, possesses a unique and vibrant cultural heritage that remains largely untapped for tourism development. This research aimed to identify the distinctive local cultural values of Penadaran, analyze their potential for tourism, and formulate strategies for sustainable cultural tourism while preserving local wisdom. Employing a qualitative approach involving observations, interviews, and document analysis, the study engaged local community leaders, policymakers, and tourism stakeholders. The findings revealed Penadaran's rich traditions, such as the "Kirab Budaya" festival, Javanese arts, historic sites, and interfaith harmony, as the village's unique cultural assets. Based on these assets, the research identified potential for cultural tourism, religious tourism, educational tourism, and eco-tourism. Strategies were then developed for harnessing this potential through community involvement, empowerment of local resources, cultural conservation and promotion, multi-stakeholder collaborations, and sustainable planning and management. The novelty of this research lies in its specific focus on Penadaran and its efforts to formulate a comprehensive, culturally sensitive approach to sustainable tourism development. The findings contribute to the growing discourse on cultural heritage preservation and responsible tourism, offering practical insights for Penadaran and similar areas seeking to optimize their cultural tourism potential while safeguarding local traditions.</p> 2023-06-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Suwarti Suwarti, Aurilia Triani Aryaningtyas, Tiara Sanika L. Putriningsih, Flores Harliesyahputra Laia https://journal.fib.uho.ac.id/index.php/etnoreflika/article/view/2532 Budaya Masyarakat NTT dan Citra Peran Perempuan (Sebuah Pendekatan Antropologis) 2024-05-21T14:40:25+00:00 Gregor Neonbasu SVD gregnbs@gmail.com Syahrun Syahrun syahrun_antro@yahoo.com <p><em>Women play a central role in the lives of people worldwide. This article aims to explore the female figure from the perspective of East Nusa Southeast society, through a process of cultural reflection and analysis. Research results (2011, 2015) guide the pattern and strategy of this article, supplemented by discussions between the two authors from different backgrounds. The two authors reached a consensus to employ an anthropological approach in their joint study and reflection on the writing topic. The strong influence of culture or tradition on the perception of women's roles and functions is critical to the narrative. When confronted with the diverse advancements brought about by globalization, a range of reactions, both positive and negative, seem to emerge. This article's focus and objective is a practical effort to empower women's roles and functions in accordance with their social potential. In this way, women can actively participate in all activities related to the development of society, nusa, and nation.<br /></em></p> 2022-06-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Gregor Neonbasu SVD, Syahrun Syahrun https://journal.fib.uho.ac.id/index.php/etnoreflika/article/view/2523 “Tukar Gawan” Tradisi Jawa Kirim Doa Jumat Legi di Desa Ngebruk 2024-03-14T02:47:33+00:00 Aulia Novianty Ardini aulianovianty92@gmail.com Ali Badar ali.badar@gmail.com <p><em>The tradition of exchanging gawan is one of the original cultures of the Ngebruk village community, which is still carried out today as a form of respect for ancestors. "Tukar Gawan," which means "exchanging luggage," refers to the practice of bringing food to a Friday Legi prayer event, where participants exchange their own food for that of others. </em><em>The purpose of writing this article is to understand the meaning of the gawan exchange tradition in maintaining peace between residents in Ngebruk Village and the dynamics that occur in the gawan exchange tradition</em><em>. The method used in this research is a descriptive qualitative method. In collecting data, the author used observation, interview, and documentation techniques. Peace is a basic thing for human life that will bring calm and harmony to interactions between people. Apart from that, peace also provides an opportunity for humans to build a better civilization than before. We obtained research data through in-depth interviews with Mr. Miskam, the village elder of Ngebruk, and then used Emile Durkheim's theory of social solidarity for descriptive analysis. The results of this research are: (1) Stages or process of implementing the gawan exchange tradition; (2) The tradition of exchanging friends invites residents to help each other; (3) The tradition of exchanging bridesmaids invites people to consciously create harmony and sincerity; (4) The tradition of exchanging gawan invites residents to be sensitive to the conditions of society through giving alms; (5) Prohibition of discriminating against existing differences; (6) Appeal to strengthen ties of brotherhood between residents; and (7) Awareness of human equality; (8) The dynamics that occur in the Javanese tradition of sending Friday Legi prayers in Ngebruk Village, Poncokusumo District, Malang Regency.</em></p> 2024-06-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Aulia Novianty Ardini, Ali Badar https://journal.fib.uho.ac.id/index.php/etnoreflika/article/view/2518 Tradisi Papajar dan Tradisi Munggahan dalam Perspektif Sosio–Kultural Masyarakat Cianjur 2024-02-10T13:40:12+00:00 Dini Siti Rahmawati dinirahma@upi.edu Justika Ainun Mufti justika.mufti@gmail.com Muhamad Parhan muhamad.parhan@gmail.com <p><em>Indonesia, with its multicultural society, has many traditions/cultures, including Muslims when the Holy Month of Ramadan comes. Muslims in each region have diverse traditions. This includes Cianjur people who have papajar and munggahan traditions. Papajar tradition is the one usually held today by going on excursions and eating together with the family to tourist attractions which is carried out one or two weeks before the month of Ramadan. Meanwhile, munggahan tradition is carried out in Cianjur community by gathering with family and relatives, botram or eating together, forgiving each other, praying, visiting graves which is done one or two days before the month of Ramadan. This research aims to understand values, beliefs and cultural practices underlying papajar and munggahan traditions. This research uses qualitative literature study methods from book, previous research and internet sources. What will be examined in this research are papajar tradition and munggahan tradition in welcoming the holy month of Ramadan from the socio-cultural perspective of the Cianjur community. The result of research shows that papajar and munggahan traditions are two of many traditions commonly carried out by Cianjur people, and in practice these two traditions essentially contain mutual cooperation, solidarity, tolerance, order and togetherness.</em></p> 2023-02-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Dini Siti Rahmawati, Justika Ainun Mufti, Muhamad Parhan https://journal.fib.uho.ac.id/index.php/etnoreflika/article/view/2507 Fungsi Upacara Adat Ngensudah pada Masyarakat Dayak Melahui di Kabupaten Melawi 2024-02-12T14:24:48+00:00 Dwi Oktariani dwi.oktariani@fkip.untan.ac.id Aline Rizky Oktaviari aline.oktaviari@gmail.com Anggela Dhea Natasia anggela.natasia@gmail.com <p><em>This research aims to understand the ritual processes of death in the tribal community of Dayak Melahui as social cultural values. This research employs the ethnographic method as a qualitative descriptive approach. Data analysis techniques include data collection, reduction, data presentation, and inference. The research findings showed that Ngensudah's customary ritual process included events such as Nyengkolat'n, tomb renovation, statue installation, Ompong cutting, Bigal Dance, animal sacrifice cutting, grave worship, Kerongkang Ritual, Bigall Dance, and Pampali Tuak Opening. The maintenance of customary ceremonies involves both spiritual and social functions. The values contained in customary ceremonies include gotong-royong values, responsibility, leadership, solidarity, cultural wisdom, love of the homeland, religious values, and means in harmony with customary norms.</em></p> 2023-06-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Dwi Oktariani, Aline Rizky Oktaviari, Anggela Dhea Natasia https://journal.fib.uho.ac.id/index.php/etnoreflika/article/view/2506 Utilizing Online Gambling: Mengkaji Faktor Fenomena Judi Online Scatter di Desa Pahieme 2024-02-12T14:31:55+00:00 Erino Nainggolan erinonainggolan054@gmail.com Muhammad Iqbal muhammad.iqbal@gmail.com <p><em>The phenomenon of online scatter gambling games has become a habit that people use for entertainment. Online gambling can be used by people anywhere. Many groups of people are involved in online gambling, including children, teenagers, adults and the elderly. The community created an association in the form of a lapo as a place to make it easier to interact and build relationships while playing online gambling. This research aims to reveal the background of the community involved in playing online scatter gambling in Pahieme village as well as the interaction process used by the community when playing online gambling. Data collection used in this research was observation, direct interviews, and documentation. The results of this research show that people are involved in playing online gambling because they are involved with friends, to satisfy themselves and to make a profit. The relationships that arise are used by people during the playing process to facilitate interaction and buying and selling chips or coins, so that there is a very long online gambling activity every day. So the negative impacts include addiction, loss of money and stress, while the positive impacts include entertainment, fun and increasing income.</em></p> 2024-06-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Erino Nainggolan, Muhammad Iqbal https://journal.fib.uho.ac.id/index.php/etnoreflika/article/view/2481 Yabuu Eeruwok dan Abelom Eeruwok: Aktualisasi Nilai-Nilai Kearifan Lokal Suku Lani dalam Proses Pelayanan Publik di Kabupaten Puncak Jaya 2024-02-12T14:35:33+00:00 Tumiran Tumiran zufar.puja@gmail.com Akbar Silo assilo708@gmail.com Yosephina Ohoiwutun yossiohoiwutun@gmail.com Vince Tebay vincetebay2022@gmail.com Pawennari Hijjang aweunhas@yahoo.com Mardi Adi Armin mardi.adi@unhas.ac.id <p><em>The research aims to describe the actualization of Lani Tribe’s local wisdom in the context of governmental public services in Puncak Jaya Regency, Central Papua Province. This research uses a qualitative descriptive approach to explain in depth the local wisdom of Lani tribe, its relevance to the principles of public service and its actualization in public service practice in Puncak Jaya Regency. Data were obtained from in-depth interviews and literature review. The result of research shows that Lani tribe has local wisdom known as yabuu eeruwok and abelom eeruwok. Both forms of local wisdom have universal values so that they are relevant and can mutually strengthen the principles of modern public services, such as the New Public Service. This research also shows that the values of yabuu eeruwok and abelom eeruwok have become the motto and slogan of government administration in Puncak Jaya Regency. This indicates that these two values have been actualized in public service practices in Puncak Jaya Regency.</em></p> 2024-02-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Tumiran Tumiran, Akbar Silo, Yosephina Ohoiwutun, Vince Tebay, Pawennari Hijjang, Mardi Adi Armin https://journal.fib.uho.ac.id/index.php/etnoreflika/article/view/2465 Fenomena Tubuh Perempuan dalam Anime Kimi no Na Wa 2024-02-11T04:01:02+00:00 Nu'man Zamaludin numanzamaludin@gmail.com Tisna Prabasmoro tisna.prabasmoro@gmail.com Ari Jogaiswara Adipurwawidjana ari.jogaiswara@gmail.com <p><em>Indonesia, with its multicultural society, has many traditions/</em><em> Kimi no Na Wa (Your Name) is an anime displaying the reality of gender and women in a complex way. This complexity can be seen in the narrative displayed, namely the exchange of bodies between female and male characters. This article questions the phenomenon of women and their bodies in this anime. The analysis used phenomenological theory of perception with a descriptive analysis method. </em><em>The result shows that the phenomenon of body exchange between men and women confirms gender issues that are not tied to sex. The exchange of bodies also </em><em>indicates women's endeavor to change them from what were previously associated with rural and traditional into modern ones. In addition, the phenomenon of body exchange also emphasizes that the body is an essential element of human existence.</em></p> 2024-02-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Nu'man Zamaludin, Tisna Prabasmoro , Ari Jogaiswara Adipurwawidjana