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Jurnal Ledalero
ISSN : 14125420     EISSN : 25034316     DOI : 10.31385
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Jurnal Ledalero: Wacana Iman dan Kebudayaan (Discourse on Faith and Culture) was first published in hard-copy form in June, 2002., with ISSN 1412-5420. Since June, 2015, it has also been published electronically, with ISSN 2503-4316. Since it began the journal has been published twice each year, in June and in December. Jurnal Ledalero: Wacana Iman dan Kebudayaan (Discourse on Faith and Culture) is published by Ledalero Catholic School of Philosophy, Maumere, Flores, NTT, Indonesia. It presents articles of critical analysis and the results of research in the fields of philosophy, theology, and in the social sciences such as sociology, politics, psychology, language, anthropology, art and cultural studies.
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KORUPSI, PATRONASE, DAN DEMOKRASI Otto Gusti Madung
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 15, No 1 (2016): Korupsi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (223.082 KB) | DOI: 10.31385/jl.v15i1.26.11-23

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Corruption involves a self-interested misuse of power. Its effects are wide reaching, in particular on the quality of life of the poor. A corrupt country fails to prepare social assistance for the poor, and also results in the inability to create work opportunities for its citizens. Corruption is usually divided into three categories, namely that which involves an individual’s authority (deceiving, stealing), that which involves two persons acting together (gratification, extortion) and corruption as a system of patronage. This essay focuses on the third model, as the result of the practice of procedural democracy as experienced in Indonesia after the 1998 “Reformation”. In the final section the author suggests that we apply democracy as a popular control of public affairs and as a politics of the citizens’ equality of rights, as put forward by David Beetham, as a solution to the practice of corrupt patronage democacry.
SPIRITUALITAS TEMPAT KERJA DAN DAMPAKNYA BAGI KEEFEKTIFAN ORGANISASI Lianto .; William Chang
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 15, No 1 (2016): Korupsi
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The main purpose of this research is to explore the deepest significance of workplace spirituality. The importance of this spirituality makes a more productive contribution to the workplace. Spiritual values motivate workers to dedicate themselves more for a better atmosphere of work. A critical literature review shows us that each organization should be spiritual-friendly. Workplace spirituality can increase individual creativity, organizational citizenship, sense of self-fulfillment of employees, honesty, trust, and organizational commitment. In short, the organizations that encourage workplace spirituality will experience enhanced organizational performance.
SPOTLIGHT Pemenang Oscar “Film Terbaik” MEMBONGKAR KORUPSI SISTEMIK DALAM INSTITUSI GEREJA John Mansford Prior
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 15, No 1 (2016): Korupsi
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This essay begins as a reflection on the Oscar award winning documentary Spotlight which relates how an investigative team of journalists at The Boston Globe in 2002 uncovered the extent of the sexual abuse of minors by clergy in the Archdiocese of Boston, and its systematic cover-up by Church and civic leaders. The investigation moved from a study of individual cases to the corrupt culture endemic in a hierarchical Church run by a caste of “celibate” males. The scandal is global, and remains with us today. The essential shift from the priority of avoiding scandal (and thus covering-up) to the placing of the victim at the centre, has yet to become consistent policy. Spotlight’s relevance to the Indonesian Church’s culture of silence is clear. Urgency demands acknowledgement of past and present failure, and immediate action to protect minors, punish offending priests, and put bishops who cover-up on trial. The clericalistic culture, so frequently condemned by Pope Francis, needs dismantling.
AKAR KORUPSI George Kirchberger
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 15, No 1 (2016): Korupsi
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The author of this article starts from the fact that in Indonesia, as in many other countries, corruption is rapidly escalating, and seemingly is extremely difficult to eradicate. And so the author questions the root of corruption. From an ethical perspective, corruption is clearly categorised as a social sin. In the Catholic view, sin is rooted in what is known as “original sin”. Making use of the study of Eugen Drewermann, the author describes the root of sin as suspicion of God, an attitude that is no longer convinced that God can be relied upon as source of life and basic guarantor of human life. Thus, humans become convinced that they themselves must guarantee the foundation of their existence. To achieve this, humans seek power, property and wealth as the source of apparently guaranteeing the basis of their life. However, humans know in their heart that death is going to take everything away, and so become avaricious and feel that they never own enough to secure themselves. Because of this sinful mechanism, corruption will never be overcome as long as the underlying distrust is not overcome through conviction. In order to oppose corruption, the Church needs to attempt to plant in the hearts of humanity confidence that God can be relied upon as the foundation and guarantor of life. Only then can humans be freed from the necessity of guaranteeing life by their own efforts.
KORUPSI DAN DEMOKRASI Mathias Daven
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 15, No 1 (2016): Korupsi
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Democracy is often seen as a political system which is capable of lessening or preventing corruption. Countries with a democratic system are regarded as relatively free of corrupt practices. Meanwhile, authoritarian political systems are seen as riddled through with corrupt practices because they are not capable of protecting political officials from such practices. However it is apparent that corruption scandals are frequently encountered in democratic systems. Various corruption scandals that befall politicians in Western Europe, the USA and Japan indicate the reality that democratic procedures are not, on their own, capable of protecting officials from corruption. What calls for debate among academics is: Which aspect of democracy can prevent, and which aspect can permit corrupt practices? How can the relationship between corruption and democracy be explained? This essay is presented as a small contribution to this debate.
PERBATASAN NEGARA DALAM PERSPEKTIF SOSIAL: Studi Perbatasan RI - Timor Leste Cahyo Pamungkas
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 15, No 1 (2016): Korupsi
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This article attempts to portray a picture of the cultural dimension in managing the boundaries of Nusa Tenggara Timur Province (NTT). The social dynamics of the culture of people at the boundary can be seen from the history of the formation of the boundaries, the dynamics of relationships between ethnic groups in districts adjacent to boundaries, and from social-cultural relationship problems that occur at boundaries. The conceptual framework used is that of a shift in the meaning of boundary from conventional social perspectives and approaches which emphasise the presence of a people’s and a state’s identity and control of the population, towards a post-modern approach which explains the appearance of globalizing agents at the boundary. Based on the results of interviews with a number of informants and a study of the literature, this study puts forward the proposition that the representation of the adat (customary law) community in the governing body of the state border is absolutely necessary to protect the basic rights of indigenous peoples who settled in the boundary area. Conventional border management, namely the traditional restriction of crossing boundaries, tend to put the state in violation of customary law that unites the two community cultures in colonial times.
PENGGUNAAN METAFORA TUBUH PEREMPUAN DALAM KITAB HOSEA Asnath N Natar
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 15, No 1 (2016): Korupsi
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In a partriarchal society the what and the how of women and her body, is largely decided upon by males rather than by women themselves. Not infrequently a woman’s body is used to depict something negative, which not only results in no respect for a woman’s body, but can lead to violence against her. The Book of Hosea is a book that uses the woman and her body as a metaphor of the relationship between God and the people of Israel, where the woman and her body are depicted negatively. This article criticises the use of the woman and her body in the relationship between God and God’s people, and its impact on the husband-wife relationship.
BANALITAS KEJAHATAN KORUPSI DAN AKTIVITAS BERPIKIR Yosef Keladu Koten
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 15, No 1 (2016): Korupsi
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Corruption, understood as the misuse of entrusted power for private gain, has spread to every corner of Indonesia and become engrained in our daily lives. This is partly caused by the failure to think critically and the fear of judging representatively. It seems that members of our society have become thoughtless and are enslaved by human-made systems or rules. They blindly and uncritically follow the rules to the point where stealing money from those who really need it is considered perfectly normal. Here, corruption is an evil that is called banal. Therefore, following Arendt’s way of thinking, this article suggests the enhancement of critical thinking accompanied by an ability of judging representatively in the midst of the homogenization of the process of thinking as a way of reducing or even eradicating corruption.

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