Claim Missing Document
Check
Articles

Found 2 Documents
Search
Journal : JURNAL TEKNOLOGI LINGKUNGAN

PENGETAHUAN LOKAL TUMBUHAN OBAT MASYARAKAT DESA DOMPO-DOMPO JAYA, PULAU WAWONII - SULAWESI TENGGARA Royyani, Mohammad Fathi; Rahayu, Mulyati
Jurnal Teknologi Lingkungan Vol. 11 No. 2 (2010)
Publisher : Center for Environmental Technology - Agency for Assessment and Application of Technology

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (238.809 KB) | DOI: 10.29122/jtl.v11i2.1199

Abstract

The ethnobotanical study of plants usage of people in the Wawonii island was conducted in April until May 2006. The local knowledge of medicinal plants in Wawonii island is a result from interaction people of Wawonii island. Environment, another ethnics and globalization, it is as cultured processes. Data were collected on the uses of plants, and more than 62 species of plants were recorded in local names. The data are discussed in the contect of Wawonii island culture, tradition, and way of life. Furthurmore, plants used also show the nearness of emotional relationship between human and environment.Key words: Indigenous knowledge, medicinal plants, Wawonii ethnic, SoutheastSulawesi
PENGETAHUAN LOKAL TENTANG LINGKUNGAN: STUDI KASUS ETNIS WAWONII, SULAWESI TENGGARA Rahayu, Mulyati; Royyani, Mohammad Fathi; Rugayah, Rugayah
Jurnal Teknologi Lingkungan Vol. 10 No. 2 (2009)
Publisher : Center for Environmental Technology - Agency for Assessment and Application of Technology

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (54.174 KB) | DOI: 10.29122/jtl.v10i2.1484

Abstract

Wawonii ethnic represent the majority groups and ethnic origin dwelling Wawoniiisland, Southeast Sulawesi. In their traditional life, this ethnic has own mannersand customs for managing natural resources. Local knowledge research’s aboutenvironment ecosystem of owned Wawonii ethnic have been carried out since2003 to 2006. Several countryside of Wawolaa, Lansilowo, Lampeapi, Bobolioand Dompo-dompo Jaya have been visited during this study. At least 6 kindsenvironment sets have been identified, manely “kura eya” primary forest, “lalibata” secondary forest, “anantalu” brushes, “laro wita” field, “laro le” grasslandand “kapo” village. Although there local knowledge have a lot of change, howeverit still remain their wisdom and become the guidance in their daily activities.