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MERCANTILSM OF KNOWLEDGE IN EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY AT MELATI SUKMA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DENPASAR Suda, I Ketut; Bawa Atmaja, I Nengah; Ardika, I Wayan; Parimartha, I Gde
E-Journal of Cultural Studies Vol. 4, No. 1 Januari 2010
Publisher : Cultural Studies Doctorate Program, Postgraduate Program of Udayana University

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This study discusses”Mercantilism of Knowledge in Education: a Case Study atMelati Sukma Elementary School Denpasar”. The matter observed is a shift ofeducational paradigm, from enlightenment paradigm into instrumental paradigm. Whenthe system of market economy influenced the Indonesian economic system in 1960s or inthe beginning of 1970s, which is now getting more materialistic-capitalistic, socialorganizations such as educational organizations (read: schools) have found it difficult toavoid it. This study aims at exploring why the management of Melati Sukma ElementarySchool Denpasar has implemented “mercantilism of knowledge” in education, and whythe consumers have accepted it. This study also aims at identifying the mechanism ofhow “mercantilism of knowledge” has occurred at Melati Sukma Elementary SchoolDenpasar, and its implications on the pupils, the school, the learning-teaching process,and on the community.Qualitative method was employed for conducting the research. In this context,various types of information related to why the school management has implemented themercantilism of knowledge, the mechanism of how it has occurred, and its implicationson the pupils, the school, the process of learning and teaching process in the classrooms,and the community were obtained. Firstly, problems were identified, then theories forexamining the data were selected, later the primary and secondary data were collected,next the selected data were analyzed and interpreted. Finally, the report writing and theresults of the research were constructed. The theories employed are Comodificationtheory, Hegemony theory, and Deconstruction theory.The results are as follows: firstly, those which have been responsible for themercantilism of knowledge are the fact that the teachers have been getting marginalizedfrom the process of national development, the system of market economy and theconsumptive attitude of the community including the teachers have been getting stronger.The parents’ motivation to send their children to that school has also been in included inthe first result. Secondly, the mercantilism of knowledge at Melati Sukma ElementarySchool has also been implemented through the domination, hegemony, and power of theschool management over the pupils’ parents in the forms of sales of various industrialproducts, provision for additional lessons, and other types of payments. Thirdly, themercantilism of knowledge has also resulted from the attempts made by the school management to make the school look more glorious. The learning process has not beenoriented towards the attempts made to increase the pupils’ intelligence but towards theeconomic advantages. Where the parents will send their children does not depend on thequality of education but on the prestige instead.
DICTION OF DAYAK KATINGAN FAMILY ARTICULATION IN TEWANG TAMPANG VILLAGE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON FAMILY COLLABORATION Rahmawati, Ni Nyoman; Anom Kumbara, A.A. Ngurah; Suda, I Ketut; Ruastiti, Ni Made
E-Journal of Cultural Studies Volume 11, Number 4, November 2018
Publisher : Cultural Studies Doctorate Program, Postgraduate Program of Udayana University

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The difference in religious ideology in the Dayak Katingan family in the village of Tewang Tampang in reality does not trigger conflict, they always live in harmony and harmony. This can be seen from their intimacy and togetherness in daily social interactions. However, behind this harmony there is also a struggle for religious ideology in the practice of tradition. For this reason, the purpose of this study was focused on knowing how the Dayak Katingan family in Tewang Tampang Village articulated its diversity and outlined its implications for harmony in the family. This study uses a qualitative method. Data sources are primary and secondary data. Data was collected through participant observation techniques, in-depth interviews, and document studies. Determination of informants was conducted purposively and Snowball, the theories used were phenomenology theory, hermeneutic theory, and communicative action theory. The results showed that the way the Dayak Katingan family in Tewang Tampang village articulated their family traditions in a different way between Kaharingan Hindus, Islam and Christianity. This can be seen from the articulation presented by them, namely the Hindu Kaharingan people articulating tradition as part of religious rituals and in practice based on established rules. Meanwhile Muslims and Christians only articulate tradition as part of Dayak customs and culture and in practice adapts to the teachings of the religion adhered to. This difference in articulation of tradition has implications for religious attitudes in the family such as the opening of a space for dialogue, a tolerant attitude of religion, and a strengthening of family relations. Keywords: Articulation, religiosity, implications, diction
The Children Character Improvement through Painting Activities in the Art School I Wayan Gama Painting School Suda, I Ketut
International Research Journal of Management, IT & Social Sciences Vol 4 No 4: July 2017
Publisher : International Journal of College and University (IJCU)

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The present study was intended to study the process of children character improving through painting activities, in an art school namely "I Wayan Gama Painting School" in Desa Keliki, Tegallalang Sub-District, Gianyar Regency, Bali Province. In term of this was interesting due to in the midst of the various economic activities done by their parents in the family, it was occurred the children character education to be neglected...
Portrait of Hindu religious teacher performance certified educator in junior high schools Denpasar Yadnyawati, Ida Ayu Gde; Suda, I Ketut; Suarda, I Wayan
International Research Journal of Management, IT & Social Sciences Vol 5 No 3: May 2018
Publisher : IJCU

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This article was intended at discussing not optimal Hindu teacher’s performance who was certified educator in junior high school at Denpasar City. The topic is chosen based on unbalancing between ideal and reality. The government was intended to improve them through certification programs, included improving their welfare. However, the reality was the teacher’s performance who have been certified educator was not optimal. At least, there were three questions discussed i.e., the cause not optimal of their performance, efforts were conducted to improve performance and its implications. The study is used a qualitative approach. Therefore, in terms of the data analysis is not an emphasis on measurement but on the effort to describe and explore.
IDEOLOGI PELESTARIAN LINGKUNGAN HIDUP DI BALIK PEMAKAIAN SAPUT POLENG PADA POHON BESAR DI BALI I Ketut Suda
Bumi Lestari Journal of Environment Vol 10 No 2 (2010)
Publisher : Environmental Research Center (PPLH) of Udayana University

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This study concern to discuss about ideology wich talking about the used of ‘’saput poleng’’ in a big tree in Bali. Where for Hindus people means to remains the environment. But in fact that’s only just text, because some or maybe much environment be in big trauble. For example, ‘’Vila Bukit Berbunga’’ case in Tabanan and Buleleng region, the condition of critical area, in forest area is 3.538 ha very critical, 6.286 ha critikal, and 44.201 ha is alittle bit critical, and then all critical area is in 54.205 ha. Then the critical area far from forest area 84.885 ha. Based on Forest Departemen 2002, the damaged of forest in Bali is Caused by fired wich demage 544,19 ha; caused by people (illegal wood cutter) wich demage 83,17 m3/ph, and caused by ‘’pembibrikan’’ wich damage 5.245,77 ha. Beside that ‘’Galian C’’ erotion, tourism development (Bappeda Provinsi Bali, 2006: IX-14—IX-15). Is take a part to damage it. To prevent the damaged environment Balinesse has two way, there are ‘’sekala and niskala’’. Sekala way is make some low to protect forest area and niskala way is make some Hindus ritual.
Interpret Ogoh-ogoh towards Hindu Contemporary Society Indiani, Ni Made; Suda, I Ketut
International Research Journal of Management, IT & Social Sciences Vol 5 No 1: January 2018
Publisher : IJCU

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The interpreting of the making ogoh-ogoh based on the perspective of the cultural studies in related to the festival day of the tawur kesanga towards Hindu society in Bali. It recently is an interesting phenomenon to be studied in the academics. Due to the ogoh-ogoh is made as a series for the ceremony of the tawur kesanga lately. It has been a high cost, although, in the literary texts, it does not find the existence of ogoh-ogoh become the completeness of the tawur ceremony itself. Regarding its phenomenon, the author was interested in studying in term of this. The study was intended to interpret the ideology or a truth behind the making of ogoh-ogoh shown of the religious ceremonies. It was conducted applying a qualitative approach included classifying, categorize, understand, and interpret any data or the facts by paraphrase or description, therefore, the conclusion was generally obtained. The results of the analysis were conducted. It can be understood that the making of ogoh-ogoh recently in the Hindu society in Bali, not merely means to cast out of the evil spirits that have been perceived as buta kala by the Hindu society in Bali. However, it was interpreted as a game of the ideology i.e. capitalist ideology. In term of this was evident that the making of ogoh-ogoh lately, no longer using the local materials that can be freely gotten from the surrounding environment, but must be made by lux materials that must be purchased expensive. Thus, it can be concluded that behind the making of ogoh-ogoh related with the ceremony of the tawur kesanga towards Hindu society in Bali lately was initiated by the game of the ideology i.e. capitalist ideology.
Menyame Beraya: The Attitudes to Prevent Intolerance in Silent Day I Ketut Suda; Ni Made Indiani
Soshum: Jurnal Sosial dan Humaniora Vol 8 No 3 (2018): November 2018
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Bali

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The existence of local wisdom possessed by Balinese people can be said to be threatened by social changes and cultural dynamics in the modern era as it is today which is characterized by the values of modernism which are all effective, fast, and tend to be individualistic. These caused Balinese people change such as almost forgetting the noble values that they once had, such as sagalak-sagilik-saguluk, salunglung sabayantaka, paras paros sarpenaya, menyama beraya, having a harmonious attitude. Through this paper, it will be discussed whether the concept of ‘menyama beraya‘ is still useful to prevent intolerance during silent day (or in a holy day = Nyepi). The conclusion that can be drawn is that through the celebration of Nyepi, tolerance can be built in social life, through the implementation of ‘catur brata penyepian’ . However, in reality this cannot be done optimally, considering the transmission of the values of social wisdom and the values of traditional wisdom that should be carried out by the family towards children has not run optimally. The concept of menyama beraya as one of the values of Balinese social wisdom, cannot yet be applied optimally in the present context, because modernism causes things that are traditional to be transformed. It is suggested that parents should socialize the values ​​of social wisdom, the values ​​of traditional wisdom, and the values ​​of local wisdom to their children. By doing this way children will not be uprooted from their cultural roots, even though they cannot avoid the influence of global culture.
Procurement of goods and services based on local wisdom: an implementation study Maya, Dewa Ngakan Ketut Widnyana; Suda, I Ketut; Subrata, I Wayan
International journal of social sciences and humanities Vol. 4 No. 1 (2020): April
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

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Landih Village is located in Bangli Subdistrict, Bangli Regency whose construction cannot be separated from Hinduism existence with its spiritual values. It was to grow and develop into the local wisdom values carried out in the wisdom area in desa pakraman. The procurement of goods/services in the village is a development activity in the context of realizing budget planning into an output themselves. Their implementation is related to local wisdom values. The procurement generally is carried out for reasons and implications that affect juridical, technical, economic, cultural, and religious aspects. It is also implemented as a development implementation form through Landih Village budget to produce goods/services output. They have been determined in the procurement plan itself beforehand. There are several factual findings the study results, namely the uniqueness of community participation with a representative system, the reduced burden of society on their social obligations. Although the procurement is not encouraging the development of potential local resources. It has not been able to realize an increase in community capacity in the business sector and encourage earning new business actors in the village. The procurement activity has been able to encourage an increase in the socio-cultural activities of indigenous communities.
EXISTENCE OF PASRAMAN GURUKULA BANGLI AS A HINDU EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION Gunawan, I Gede Dharman; Suda, I Ketut; Indiani, Ni Made
Vidyottama Sanatana: International Journal of Hindu Science and Religious Studies Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Institut Hindu Dharma Negeri Denpasar

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This study is aimed at examining the factors of the existence of Pasraman Gurukula Bangli as a Hindu educational institution. This study used descriptive qualitative method. Data was obtained through observation, in-depth interviews and documentation. In analyzing the data, the theory of existentialism was used. The results shows that there are four factors that make Pasraman Gurukula Bangli still exists as a Hindu educational institution. Those factors are philosophical factors which are the basis of pasraman activities; sociological factors which include harmonious relations between pasraman elements and the surrounding environment, legality factors that are intended to carry out formal education and motivational factors that surround all pasraman?s stakeholders.
DISINTEGRATION AMONG WOMEN: HINDUS WOMEN' CHALLENGES IN BUILDING SUKINAH FAMILY Maharatni, Ida Ayu Alit; Suda, I Ketut; Karmini, Ni Wayan
Vidyottama Sanatana: International Journal of Hindu Science and Religious Studies Vol 5, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Institut Hindu Dharma Negeri Denpasar

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Subordination of women becomes a question in carrying out the household dish, especially the care for children who are born, which is the responsibility of husband and wife. It is impossible for the Sukhinah family to be formed if the burdens, both domestic and social, are not matched equally between men and women. Like a pillar in a house, if the load is not the same, not only will one of the pillars be destroyed but the house itself will collapse, if that is the case then the sukhinah family is the goal of every Hindu marriage, namely a happy and prosperous marriage that will not be realized. In fact there are divorce cases that have occurred in Denpasar City, divorce cases for Hindu couples in general have increased, namely in 2013 as many as 297 cases, in 2014 as many as 326 cases, 2015 as many as 315 cases, in 2016 as many as 418 cases, in 2017 as many as 495 cases , and in 2018 there were 566 cases. Based on the above phenomena, the author wants to explore the potential problems faced by Balinese Hindu women when carrying out domestic, public and social roles (traditional krama) in building a sukhinah family. It seems that women have problems adapting well to their husband's family environment because of differences in paradigms, different parenting styles and differences in habits. The factors causing the challenges faced by Balinese Hindu women in Denpasar City actually arise from the vertical relationship between women.