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The strategic adaptation of Chinese-Manadonese in the Reform Era Waworuntu, Adrianus L.G.; Alkatiri, Zeffry; Gani, Fuad
Wacana Vol 18, No 1 (2017): Chinese Indonesians in historical perspective I
Publisher : Faculty of Humanities, University of Indonesia

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This article is a further discussion of previous research which is a pilot project to observe patterns of cultural interaction within the Chinese community in Indonesia as a part of a project to understand the phenomenon of the multicultural society during the New Order Era. The specific target of this research is to study the socio-cultural interactions within the Chinese community in Manado during the Reform Era (2000-2014). This research aims to study the strategic adaptation of the Chinese in Manado, by analysing the obstacles and opportunities in their socio-cultural interaction with the locals. Using data from field research and literature studies, this qualitative research applies an ethnographic approach by observing various actions in their socio-cultural interactions.
Iklan lampau Indonesia dalam wujud komik Analisis bahasa dan grafis Alkatiri, Zeffry
Wacana Vol 7, No 1 (2005): Nasionalisme dan Penafsiran
Publisher : Faculty of Humanities, University of Indonesia

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As a powerful medium to persuade people to buy a product or service, ads have long been used in many forms. This study attempts to understand the language use and graphic design of comic as one of the ads forms in Jakarta-based Indonesian media, particularly in the period of 1940—1960s. By employing different approaches in Linguistic Anthropology, Mass Communication and Graphic Design, the findings show a close relationship between the language and the graphic design of the ads with the society who consumed them as well as a trend towards informal language use and popular culture.
Satu Lagi Kritik Atas Dominasi HAM Barat Alkatiri, Zeffry
Wacana Vol 9, No 2 (2007): Ideologi dan Pemikiran Bangsa
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Multikultur dan Multiperspektif dalam HAM Internasional Alkatiri, Zeffry
Wacana Vol 8, No 2 (2006): Multikultural Internasional
Publisher : Faculty of Humanities, University of Indonesia

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This paper discusses the problem of human rights in an international context in which it often causes conflict of interests among different nations. It turns out that the Human Rights Declaration does not always provide convenient guide to problem of human rights abuse. This paper aims at demonstrating differing views in the international discourse on human rights and the necessity to understand those differing views and issues related to human rights. This is crucial to avoid taking side unwisely.
Perdebatan Teori Transisi Demokrasi Alkatiri, Zeffry
Wacana Vol 9, No 1 (2007): Teori dan Metodologi Ilmu Budaya
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This paper discusses the debate on the theories of democratic transition that has been going on since the 1960s. Democratic thoughts area always related to a context of change in a society. The theories of democratic transition had come to be debated again when the communist block countries and Russia changed their ideology and entered a democratic transition process. This debate provide a reference point and comparative framework that can be employed to evaluate socio-political changes in other countries that are experiencing similar democratic transition process and all of the consequences and challenges it poses.
Three Wives of Political Prisoners Write about Indonesias New Order Military Regime Alkatiri, Zeffry
TAWARIKH Vol 3, No 2 (2012)
Publisher : ASPENSI in Bandung, Indonesia

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ABSTRACT: This article examines three books from three women writers who were the wives of three political prisoners in Indonesia. They tell us on their life stories in Indonesia where their husbands were incarcerated by the New Order regime (1966-1998). The regime even held one of the women prisoners as well. This article sees also how they revealed their life experiences, though coming from different periods of time, using the same sarcastic criticism point of view. The aim of this article is to show the differences and similarities of the writers views towards the brutality of the military regime during the New Order era. The research uses a discourse analysis by looking at the revealment structures from the three writers through a historical perspective. Another aspect revealed by the three wives of the political prisoners is that the people of Indonesia themselves were forced to accept all kinds of political pressures from the Old Order regime, and even more from the New Order regime who ruled longer. The three books have indirectly presented a historical reflection on the gloomy process of a nations journey: what was Indonesia during the New Order military regime.KEY WORDS: Wives of political prisoners, military regime, New Order government, and three books.About the Author: Dr. Zeffry Alkatiri is a Lecturer at the Department of History, Faculty of Humanities UI (University of Indonesia), UI Campus, Depok, West Java, Indonesia. He can be reached at: zeffry_al@yahoo.comHow to cite this article? Alkatiri, Zeffry. (2012). “Three Wives of Political Prisoners Write about Indonesias New Order Military Regime” in TAWARIKH: International Journal for Historical Studies, Vol.3(2) April, pp.235-252. Bandung, Indonesia: ASPENSI [Asosiasi Sarjana Pendidikan Sejarah Indonesia] and UVRI [Universitas Veteran Republik Indonesia], ISSN 2085-0980. Chronicle of the article: Accepted (February 27, 2012); Revised (March 30, 2012); and Published (April 28, 2012).
Modern Malay Rhythm Music Trend as Popular Culture in Indonesia, 1950-1960s: A Sociological Analysi Alkatiri, Zeffry; Kamal, Mathar Moehammad
TAWARIKH Vol 4, No 2 (2013)
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ABSTRACT: This article discusses the phenomenon of rhythmic music that was once a popular Malay in Indonesia around  1950s to 1960s. This article will look at from the sociological context of community and content of the lyrics contained in the modern Malay music. The goal is to find out how changes in the Malay music, why can be liked, what kinds of messages contained in the lyric, as well as any supporting characters. Other research uses cultural studies approaches and discourse analysis. Data taken from the document research related to Malay songs and various writings. One of the creations which are considered radical innovations is changing the Malay rhythm to “dangdut” rhythm. Hence, the appearance of several prominent modern Malay music-blooded Arab is very important. This shows that they have also directly contributed something meaningful to the people of Indonesia for the development of music in particular and Indonesia in general. Meanwhile, the results of this study can also be used to see the condition of Indonesian society that is undergoing a transition process of development and to review a popular culture phenomenon that has ever happened around the year 1950s to 1960s in Indonesia.KEY WORDS: Trend music, rhythm Malay, popular culture, “dangdut” music, Indonesian-Arabs, and Indonesian society.  About the Authors: Dr. Zeffry Alkatiri is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of History, Faculty of Humanities UI (University of Indonesia), UI Campus, Depok, West Java, Indonesia; and Mathar Moehammad Kamal is a Freelance Journalist dan Mass Media Resercher lived in Jakarta. They can be contacted via e-mail at: zeffry_al@yahoo.com and matharmoehammad@yahoo.comHow to cite this article? Alkatiri, Zeffry & Mathar Moehammad Kamal. (2013). “Modern Malay Rhythm Music Trend as Popular Culture in Indonesia, 1950-1960s: A Sociological Analysi” in TAWARIKH: International Journal for Historical Studies, Vol.4(2) April, pp.223-244. Bandung, Indonesia: ASPENSI [Asosiasi Sarjana Pendidikan Sejarah Indonesia] and UVRI [Universitas Veteran Republik Indonesia], ISSN 2085-0980. Chronicle of the article: Accepted (February 28, 2013); Revised (March 30, 2013); and Published (April 28, 2013).
National Integration Slogans in Printed Mass Media in the Era of New Order Regime in Indonesia, 1968-1998 Alkatiri, Zeffry; Albar, Muhammad Wasith
TAWARIKH Vol 2, No 1 (2010)
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ABSTRACT: This article is a research finding aiming at reconstructing and analyzing the slogans related to Indonesian nation integration in the 1968-1998 New Order regime printed mass media. The research questions of this paper are as follows: (1) What slogans were used?; and (2) How and why did the national integration propaganda slogans take place in the New Order regime? The article also searched for how the New Order regime’s machine produced a lot of slogans regarding the ideas of national integration done in various ways. This paper used discourse analysis and historical interpretation. The reason why this research was conducted is the fact that the slogans on the national integration in the New Order regime have not yet documented and analysed. This analysis deals with the understanding of slogan texts as the record of the New Order regime. Another objective of the research is to complete the study on New Order regime, as well as as a comparative study with the slogans taking place in the Reform era. KEY WORDS: Slogan, New Order regime, printed media, national integration, and comparative study.   About the Authors: Dr. Zeffry Alkatiri and Muhammad Wasith Albar, M.Hum. are Lecturers at the Department of History, Faculty of Humanities UI (University of Indonesia), Campus UI Depok 16424, West Java, Indonesia. They can be reached at: zeffry_al@yahoo.com and muhammadwasithalbar@yahoo.comHow to cite this article? Alkatiri, Zeffry & Muhammad Wasith Albar. (2010). “National Integration Slogans in Printed Mass Media in the Era of New Order Regime in Indonesia, 1968-1998” in TAWARIKH: International Journal for Historical Studies, Vol.2(1) October, pp.109-122. Bandung, Indonesia: ASPENSI [Asosiasi Sarjana Pendidikan Sejarah Indonesia], ISSN 2085-0980. Chronicle of the article: Accepted (August 12, 2010); Revised (September 24, 2010); and Published (October 28, 2010).