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The Strategy of Processing Coffee Farming System in Temas Mumanang Village Permata District of Bener Meriah Regency Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Puspitawati Puspitawati; Noviy Hasanah; Ayu Febryani
Anthropos: Jurnal Antropologi Sosial dan Budaya (Journal of Social and Cultural Anthropology) Vol 5, No 2 (2020): ANTHROPOS JANUARI
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Medan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/antro.v5i2.14214


This paper is about strategies for how to process coffee in the coffee farming system in Temas Mumanang Village, Permata District, Bener Meriah Regency, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province. This paper thoroughly and in-depth describes the ways of planting and maintaining coffee plants carried out from the first period to the fourth period, starting from making coffee seeds, planting coffee seeds, maintaining coffee plants, and harvesting and handling post-harvest (processing). The whole period has special ways that are the local wisdom of Gayo coffee farmers. This local wisdom is used as a reference to the farming system which until now is able to make the Gayo High Region as a coffee producer with Robusta and Arabica Coffee varieties to foreign countries.
Makna Kuda dalam Tradisi Upacara Pernikahan Suku Alas di Aceh Tenggara Wawan Dermawan; Puspitawati Puspitawati
Anthropos: Jurnal Antropologi Sosial dan Budaya (Journal of Social and Cultural Anthropology) Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Anthropos
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Medan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/antro.v5i1.13097


This study aims to describe the meaning, influence and views of the community in using horses in Alas ethnic tribe marriages in Southeast Aceh. In this study, researchers used a type of qualitative research with a descriptive approach regarding the meaning, influence and views of calm horses in the tradition of the Alas Tribe wedding ceremony in the Southeast Aceh Regency. The results obtained in the study were the use of horses part of the Alas ethnic tribe wedding ceremony originating from the King's tribe pedestal, so that until now still maintaining horses in marriage, the influence of horses in the Alas Tribe wedding tradition in Southeast Aceh was very influential because the tribe used horses as vehicle equipment for the two brides and the views of the outside community of the Alas Ethnic group regarding the tradition of riding horses in the Alas ethnic tribe wedding in Southeast Aceh, that this horse was too excessive and saw social status. The conclusions of the meaning of horses in the traditions of the Ethnic Alas's marriage as strength, intelligence and freedom from that tribe alas still maintain the tradition of using horses in their marriages.
Stereotip Melayu Malas dan Pengaruhnya pada Etos Kerja Novalita Sandy; Puspitawati Puspitawati
Journal of Education, Humaniora and Social Sciences (JEHSS) Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Journal of Education, Humaniora and Social Sciences (JEHSS) Agustus
Publisher : Mahesa Research Center

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This study aims to determine the stereotype Melayu Malas on Ethnic Malay associated with the term "kojo saibu tak kojo mangatus kojo tak kojo saibu mangatus" for the effect on the work ethic, and community perceptions of the negative stigma on Ethnic Malays, as well as the impact of stereotypes. This research is a qualitative descriptive study, using data collection techniques with non participation observation and interviews, the researchers not directly involved with community activities but only observe and conduct a question and answer. Based on the research method is the verdict that stereotype Malay lazy aimed at the Malay community in the Village Nenassiam is the result of past experiences of ethnic groups that serve as self image to the Malays that gives effect to the work ethic masyarakatanya, where it has become the benchmark for welfare is considered to have a relaxed work ethic and want delish without life planning ahead so that the results obtained are also modest. The views of the public like two sides of a coin, on one hand the people refused regarded as Malays lazy but the other communities is also confirmed that the Malays are lazy, while the impact of stereotypes Malay lazy affects three things: social relations, ethnic conflicts, identity ethnicity.
Perubahan Nilai Anak Laki-Laki pada Etnik Batak Toba dalam Mangain (Mengangkat Anak) di Kecamatan Babalan, Kabupaten Langkat Ricad Michael Sihombing; Puspitawati Puspitawati
Jurnal Antropologi Sumatera Vol 18, No 1 (2020): Jurnal Antropologi Sumatera, Desember 2020
Publisher : Program Studi Antropologi Sosial Pascasarjana Universitas Negeri Medan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (287.396 KB) | DOI: 10.24114/jas.v18i2.32043


Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui latar belakang mangain, motif atau alasan pengangkatan anak, perubahan persepsi terhadap nilai anak laki-laki dalam mangain, dan hak serta kedudukan anak angkat perempuan pada Etnik Batak Toba di Kecamatan Babalan Kabupaten Langkat. Penelitian ini dilaksanakan menggunakan metode kualitatif yang bersifat deskriptif . Teknik pengumpulan data dengan observasi, wawancara dan studi literatur. Informan dipilih secara purposive sampling dengan demikian yang menjadi informan adalah orangtua yang mengangkat anak perempuan 8 orang, orangtua yang mengangkat anak laki-laki 2 orang, tokoh adat setempat 6 orang. Hasil penelitian menujukkan bahwa hal yang melatarbelakangi melakukan mangain adalah karena pentingnya nilai anak dalam keluarga, anak sangat didambakan dan mempengaruhi struktur dan sistem sosial dalam adat, motif pengangkatan anak ada berbagai alasan. Alasan utama adalah untuk meneruskan generasi marga maka akan mengangkat anak laki-laki, sedangkan bila alasan karena motivasional dan perspektif masa depan dengan menjaga dan merawat orangtuanya cenderung memilih anak perempuan sebagai anak angkatnya, perubahan nilai yang terjadi pada anak laki-laki adalah ketidakhadiran anak laki-laki pada suatu keluarga tidak lagi dipermasalahkan, memilih anak perempuan sebagai anak angkatnya dan bukan anak laki-laki.
Folk Belief on Pancur Gading Site in Deli Tua Village, Sumatera Utara Province, Indonesia Ayu Febryani; Puspitawati Puspitawati; Trisni Andayani; Wira Fimansyah; Dedi Andriansyah
International Journal of Management, Entrepreneurship, Social Science and Humanities Vol. 4 No. 1 (2021): June 2021
Publisher : Research Synergy Foundation

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (3052.029 KB) | DOI: 10.31098/ijmesh.v4i1.410


Folk belief through magical practices is an integral part of the discussion about the Pancur Gading Site, located in Deli Tua Village, North Sumatra, Indonesia. Through this folk belief, people come with their own goals and purposes. The remains of this site can be seen by the rushing water of the two showers, namely ‘pancuran putri’ (princess shower) and ‘pancuran panglima’ (the commander's shower). People believe by using this water, all the problems in their life can be resolved immediately. Various magical practices are also held to fulfill human desires for the problems they face.  The religious behavior of the people who believe in the properties of Pancur Gading is based on the folk belief in the worshiped figures. The legend of Putri Hijau provides a conception of revered supernatural figures, including the princess known as Putri Hijau or Nini Biring, her first brother (kakek naga), the second (kakek meriam), her commanders, and the ancestors who were worshiped according to cultural background of their respective communities. This belief is strengthened by the existence of media from supernatural experts who connect to patients. This paper is an effort to make an inventory of the various folk beliefs and traditions related to the Pancur Gading Site as an intangible cultural heritage.