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Leuit and prohibition forest: Indigenous knowledge of an Urug community resilience Bahagia Bahagia; Fachrudin Majeri Mangunjaya; Rimun Wibowo; Zulkifli Rangkuti; Muhammad Azhar Alwahid
Harmoni Sosial: Jurnal Pendidikan IPS Vol 7, No 2 (2020): September
Publisher : Program Pascasarjana Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/hsjpi.v7i2.33055

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This research aimed to investigate the function of leuit and prohibition forest based on indigenous knowledge of Urug people for combating climate change toward community resilience. The research method used an ethnographic qualitative approach. This method was related to local cultural, ritual, and traditional communities, the data collected through in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation. The selection of sample as informant exert purposive sampling technique. The result is probed meticulously through triangulation technique and triangulation sources. The result shows that traditional storage (leuit) has a role in confronting climate change and disaster and life perturbance for achieving community resilience. Another finding is Urug people create a prohibition forest. The impact is the wood can rescue from damage. The community can fight climate change, get adequate water, and environment preservation.
Nyi Pohaci Sang Hyang Sri value in leader perspective of Cipatat Kolot Customary Societies Bahagia Bahagia; Bambang Hudayana; Rimun Wibowo; Zulkifli Rangkuti
Harmoni Sosial: Jurnal Pendidikan IPS Vol 8, No 1 (2021): March
Publisher : Program Pascasarjana Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/hsjpi.v8i1.39241

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This research aims to investigate Nyi Pohaci Sang Hyang Asri's value in Cipatat Kolot societies perspective. The research method uses an ethnographic qualitative approach. This method is implemented because this research is linked to the social community. To gather data was used as an in-depth interview. Sample are selected through purposive technique. The result is probed meticulously through triangulation technique and triangulation sources. The result shows Nyi Pohaci Sang Hyang Asri is a customary society's faith. However, it becomes tradition and culture because the value of Nyi Pohaci pursues until nowadays generation. It has been embedded in their perspective. They must continue this perspective because it is mandatory from their forefather. While Nyi Pohaci release in proverb as non-material culture fro pursuing behavior in daily life. The other is Nyi Pohaci through traditional proverb which proverb has numerous meaning including they believe humans are in Nyi Pohaci and Nyi Pohaci are in human bodies. All parts of the human body, starting from human bones, human intellect, human flesh, human form, the hair on human bodies, bile in human stomachs, human minds and minds are formed by eating rice as Nyi Pohaci. As a result, the human dislike to ravage nature environment because Sri has been cultivated on the land's surface. As land and nature are damaged, they have devastated Sri as paddies. It indicates that a human has influenced Nyi Pohaci belief must protect the natural environment. The other is they adjust their behavior not to adopt fully an-organic agriculture. They try to use composting and fertilizer for livestock manure. As a consequence, the soil can be preserved from damaged and combat global warming like climate change.
RESILIENCE OF HOUSEHOLD MOTHER IN DEALING WITH COVID-19 Bahagia Bahagia; Desti Nurrahmawati; Immas Nurhayati
Tunas Geografi Vol 9, No 2 (2020): JURNAL TUNAS GEOGRAFI
Publisher : Department of Geography Education, Faculty of Social Sciences, Universitas Negeri Medan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/tgeo.v9i2.20843

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The objective of this research is to investigate Housewife resilience for confronting COVID 19. The method used is ethnography because of research related to social community, culture and tradition. Data are collected through in-depth interview with the head of the neighbourhood unit and his housewife, documentation and observation. The sample is selected using a purposive sampling technique. The result is analysed through triangulation which is mixing some gathering data method. The result show that housewife confront to life perturbances because they have multiple tasks including work in the household and instructing kids for learning online. The other finding is housewife create resilience through creating and practising food recipes new. The method for food recipes new is studied by youtube and the internet. The other is to adjust nutrient for a family like they cook vegetable and giving vitamin C for family. The impact is family can achieve resilience because they were healthy family. It can be enhanced by social resilience where the household wife still builds social activity by way of wearing a mask and face shield for protecting self and family. The resilience also is encouraged by social capital like social bridging, the head of the neighbourhood unit as bridge socially among the member of societies to health officer and village officer. The purpose is to obtain updated information about COVID 19. Lastly, mutual visiting among of housewife have created resilience because they contribute money to support another housewife when they suffer from an ailment like COVID 19.
SOCIETIES RESILIENCE FOR CONFRONTING COVID-19 BASED ON GOTONG ROYONG TRADITION (MUTUAL COOPERATION) Bahagia Bahagia; Rahmadanti Rahmadanti; Indriya Indriya
Tunas Geografi Vol 9, No 2 (2020): JURNAL TUNAS GEOGRAFI
Publisher : Department of Geography Education, Faculty of Social Sciences, Universitas Negeri Medan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/tgeo.v9i2.20221

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The research investigates about Societies resilience for facing COVID 19 based on mutual cooperation. The studies used is ethnography qualitative approach. The method is selected because of research linked to tradition and cultural, societies, and community. Data are collected by in-depth interview, observation and documentation. Purposive sampling technique is implied to determine respondents as major sources information. The outcome is analyzed with triangulation data. The result is mutual cooperation tradition have been implemented in some activity including mutual helping and mutual cooperation in public activity and mutual helping when there is societies suffer from the ailment. It can create societies resilience because there is social power to bolster individual resilience by way of mutual helping and visiting when the member of societies suffer from the disease. In addition, mutual cooperation has invented food resilience because of societies collectively bringing food to people who they are combated by a disease like COVID 19. At the same time, people who suffer from a disease like COVID 19 can achieve physiology resilience. A person who they have been encouraged by the societies collectively easier to recover from the ailment because the person doesn’t experience stress for confronting disturbance of life. As result, the person has happiness and produce happy hormones rather than sad hormone. Directly, the rate of spirit for healing attaint through mutual cooperation. Another finding is societies have moved from traditional social relation to online relation without face to face. The impact is societies react resilience because they avoid from COVID 19 attack through reducing face-face meeting frequency. Even societies literate about update information related to COVID and simple societies to literate about online and social media. It boosts resilience societies because a person has information about COVID 19. 
Local Wisdom to Overcome Covid-19 Pandemic of Urug and Cipatat Kolot Societies in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia Bahagia Bahagia; Bambang Hudayana; Rimun Wibowo; Zuzy Anna
Forum Geografi Vol 34, No 2 (2020): December 2020
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v34i2.12366

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Local wisdom can be interpreted as principles of life, behaviour, rules, and punishments, as well as a view of life that regulate life, so that it can regulate and managing natural resources in the natural, social, and economic environments. Even local knowledge have adapted to environment obstacle. This research aims to investigate traditionally local knowledge for confronting Covid-19 pandemic. The method used is qualitative with an ethnography approach and literature review. Data are collected through in-depth interviews with leaders of Urug and Cipatat Kolot societies. In order to investigate Baduy and Ciptagelar communities used a literature review. Data are supported by documentation and observation sources. The sample is selected using a purposive sampling technique. The result is analysed through triangulation, which is by mixing some gathered data methods. The result is that Urug society allocates rice each year from their paddy yields to the vulnerable groups such as orphans, elderlies, widows, and persons need most. Secondly, collective action is used to jump the capacity of people like women through nujuh bulanan. Thirdly, societies exert taboo to combat disaster and Covid-19, including by prohibiting community from trading paddies and rice. Another finding is that indigenous knowledge uses some life strategies and utilizes natural capital optimally for overcoming life perturbances. The last finding is that local knowledge has preserved agriculture jobs as a venue to survive.
INDIGENIOUS KNOWLEDGE OF URUG SOCIETIES FOR AGRICULTURE IRRIGATION IN BOGOR WEST JAVA Bahagia Bahagia; Fachruddin Majeri Mangunjaya; Zuzy Anna; Rimun Wibowo
Jurnal Sosial Humaniora Vol. 11 No. 2 (2020): OKTOBER
Publisher : Universitas Djuanda Bogor

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30997/jsh.v11i2.3226

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The objective of this research to investigate traditional agricultural irrigation based on indigenious knowledge of  customary  urug societies in Bogor West Java. The research method use is Ethnoecology qualitative approach. This method is implemented because research have conection among human (cultural & social) and environment including traditional agriculture water management as well as the knowledge about environment. Data are collected by in-depth interview, observation and documentation. In order to determine respondents as major sources information use purposive sampling technique. The outcome is analized with combination numerous of method such as in-dept interview, observation, and documentation (triangulation data). There are some results including rice paddy field in Urug societies exert traditional terrascering for inventing land for cultivating of paddy because geograhpycally location of wet land paddy is mountainious. The another is traditional irrigation of Urug slue river water (main sources of irrigation) to to susukan (traditional reservoir). After that water is flowed to Selokan and continue to rice paddy field. The person who have mandatory for water agriculture management is mentioned as Ulu-ulu. Ulu-ulu is pivotal person because have chores for ensuring all farmer received water from river, Susukan and selokan. The other finding is Urug customary  societies applicate gotong royong (mutual cooperation) among member of societies typically in traditional agriculture irrigatin activity. Keywords: Indigenious Knowledge, Susukan, Ulu-ulu, Traditional irrigation, traditional agriculture
Ethnomathematic Value in Traditional Building in Kampung Budaya Bogor Jawa Barat Bahagia Bahagia; Rimun Wibowo; Leny Muniroh; Azhar Al-Wahid; Rizkal Rizkal; Zakky Muhammad Noor
Jurnal Cendekia : Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika Vol 6 No 2 (2022): Jurnal Cendekia: Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika Volume 6 Nomor 2 Tahun 2022
Publisher : Mathematics Education Study Program

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31004/cendekia.v6i2.1387

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Mathematic value in traditional building have been overdued typically for traditional building in sundaness tribe. The goal of this research to discover ethnomathematics value in some building of sunda in kampung budaya in Bogor West Java. This study uses a qualitative method. The sampling technique was carried out purposively, namely the head of kampung Budaya and the key person of kampung budaya sunda sindang Barang Bogor Jawa Barat. Data were collected by in-depth interviews. The sample was selected through a purposive technique. The results were carefully examined through triangulation and source triangulation techniques. The results show that in leuit as the place for saving paddies contain numerous ethnomathematical including in the leuit building, especially on the roof of leuit which is in front there are mathematical elements such as a triangle facing each other but in the middle between the two there is a square and there is an equilateral triangle. While in traditional Sundanese houses there is woven on the walls where the wicker contains mathematical values ​​ranging from straight lines, parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and horizontal lines. Besides that, on the door, there are four right triangles where one pair is opposite, but the other pair is positioned upside down to the other.
Local Wisdom to Overcome Covid-19 Pandemic of Urug and Cipatat Kolot Societies in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia Bahagia, Bahagia; Hudayana, Bambang; Wibowo, Rimun; Anna, Zuzy
Forum Geografi Vol 34, No 2 (2020): December 2020
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v34i2.12366

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Local wisdom can be interpreted as principles of life, behaviour, rules, and punishments, as well as a view of life that regulate life, so that it can regulate and managing natural resources in the natural, social, and economic environments. Even local knowledge have adapted to environment obstacle. This research aims to investigate traditionally local knowledge for confronting Covid-19 pandemic. The method used is qualitative with an ethnography approach and literature review. Data are collected through in-depth interviews with leaders of Urug and Cipatat Kolot societies. In order to investigate Baduy and Ciptagelar communities used a literature review. Data are supported by documentation and observation sources. The sample is selected using a purposive sampling technique. The result is analysed through triangulation, which is by mixing some gathered data methods. The result is that Urug society allocates rice each year from their paddy yields to the vulnerable groups such as orphans, elderlies, widows, and persons need most. Secondly, collective action is used to jump the capacity of people like women through nujuh bulanan. Thirdly, societies exert taboo to combat disaster and Covid-19, including by prohibiting community from trading paddies and rice. Another finding is that indigenous knowledge uses some life strategies and utilizes natural capital optimally for overcoming life perturbances. The last finding is that local knowledge has preserved agriculture jobs as a venue to survive.
Indigenous Cipatat Kolot Society Resilience Based on Leuit in Bogor, West Java bahagia Bahagia; Rimun Wibowo; Fachruddin Majeri Mangunjaya
ETNOSIA : Jurnal Etnografi Indonesia Vol.5. No.2. Desember 2020
Publisher : Department Anthropology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Hasanuddin University.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31947/etnosia.v5i2.11377

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The purpose of this research is to investigate the community resilience based on Leuit (traditional storage of paddies) in Cipatat Kolot customary community in Bogor, West Java. The research method exerts an ethnographic qualitative approach. To assemble data, an in-depth interview with the Cipatat Kolot customary community leaders and observation and documentation was used. The primary information sources of the research come from the leaders of Cipatat Kolot. The result is that the Cipatat Kolot community conserves traditional storage, namely leuit as a traditional building to store paddies from disasters like flooding. It can strengthen cultural resilience because storing paddies in leuit is a traditional heritage from their forefather. Directly, the cultural value can be nurtured from vanishing amid environmental and cultural changes, which can encourage people’s resilience. When storing paddies, there are rules like people must keep half of the overall paddy yields in leuit, and a half of paddy yields must be store at home. People can directly adapt to climate, environmental issues, and eco-catastrophe because they have ample staple food in traditional storage and house.
Traditional Knowledge of Urug Community for Climate, Conservation, and Agriculture Bahagia Bahagia; Rimun Wibowo; Fachruddin Majeri Mangunjaya; Oking Setia Priatna
MIMBAR (Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan) Volume 36, No. 1, Year 2020 [Accredited Sinta 2] No 10/E/KPT/2019]
Publisher : Universitas Islam Bandung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29313/mimbar.v36i1.5824

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The purpose of this research is to investigate the traditional knowledge of Urug people for climate, conservation, and agriculture. The method use is qualitative with an ethnographic approach. This method is applied because this research is related to social, language, life, and culture of the community. The data are gathered through in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation. The selection of informant wields purposive sampling technique. The triangulation technique is implemented for probing valid data both the technique and sources. The result shows that Urug People observe Kidang constellation for predicting dry season and rainy season. Urug People use languages such as Surut Kidang, Turun Kujang, Surut Kujang, Turun Kungkang as guidance in farming activity. In order to protect nature, Urug People use local languages namely Lebak Balongan, Tebing Awian, titipan, and Gunung Kayuan for conservation of environment. At the same time, Urug people use once a year pattern for planting paddy. Intensive planting is prohibited for giving the soil time to grow and prevent the damage that may occur.