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SASDAYA: Gadjah Mada Journal of Humanities
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SASDAYA: Gadjah Mada Journal of Humanities (GMJH), is a multidisciplinary scientific journal with the primary aim of exchanging, developing, and disseminating of Humanities on Southeast Asia. Articles published in journals are based on research results, fieldwork, and literature studies (development of theory) by first through a peer-reviewed process. The Management of the journal invites academic, and researcher to submit their critical writing to contribute to the development of the humanities sciences.
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POLITIK RAKYAT KAMPUNG DI KOTA SURABAYA AWAL ABAD KE-20 Purnawan Basundoro
SASDAYA: Gadjah Mada Journal of Humanities Vol 1, No 1 (2016): NOVEMBER
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (290.997 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/sasdayajournal.17025

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This article aims to explain the politics activities by the villagers in Surabaya at the early of 20th century. The villagers was always considered as the passive people who refused to be involved in a conflict, therefore didn’t do the politic. The historic methodology is taken in this research by referring to the documents from the same century, the newspaper in Surabaya, and also referring to other tertiary resources. The approach chosen is the politic history, a history to describe the struggle of the people to achieve their will. The villagers had various strategy and tactic. As for the villagers who already had the experience of education, even though it was only a basic education, they wrote so many protests in the newspaper related to the decisions of the colonial government which were not in their favour. There was a newspaper in Surabaya managed by the indigenous people at that time, middle scale, and eager to gather all the complaint from the low class society. They also protested directly to the government by using the politic organisation. The formal gathering held by the member of the gemeenteraad, known as “begandring”, was used by the villagers to speak up their aspiration.
KAMPUNG PULO: TRACES OF ISLAMIC CULTURE IN GARUT REGENCY, WEST JAVA Abdul Syukur
SASDAYA: Gadjah Mada Journal of Humanities Vol 1, No 1 (2016): NOVEMBER
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/sasdayajournal.17026

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Cangkuang merupakan salah satu tujuan para wisatawan di Kabupaten Garut. Ada banyak tempat dan atraksi wisata di Desa Cangkuang, yaitu Danau (Situ), Candi Hindu, Museum, Kuil Arif Muhammad dan masyarakat tradisional yang dikenal sebagai Kampung Pulo; mereka semua bersama-sama menjadi satu paket wisata bagi agenda agen perjalanan. Kampung Pulo juga dikenal Kampung Adat karena masyarakatnya masih mempertahankan kebiasaan atau tradisi yang mereka warisi dari nenek moyang mereka. Mereka, misalnya, dilarang untuk melakukan beberapa prohibitons (larangan) seperti menambahkan jumlah rumah yang menjadi enam dan harus pacuan dan anyaman bambu untuk dinding dalam model; melakukan pesta dengan musik menggunakan suara gong; sistem pewarisan harus matrilineal, dan sebagainya. Selain itu, orang-orang dari Kampung Pulo mengklaim bahwa mereka adalah keturunan Arif Muhammad yang, seperti umumnya mengatakan, seorang penyebar agama Islam di daerah. Sebagai misionaris Muslim yang menarik telah meninggalkan beberapa naskah yang sekarang disimpan di museum di sebelah Kampung Adat.
KONSTRUKSI ARBEIT DALAM SASTRA JERMAN PASCAREUNIFIKASI Syamsu Rijal
SASDAYA: Gadjah Mada Journal of Humanities Vol 1, No 1 (2016): NOVEMBER
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Simultaneous post-reunification with the presence of the New Economy era has brought Germany entered a new phase, especially in the economic field (read: Arbeit). The manufacturing sector which previously controlled the labor market in Germany has been shifted by the services sector (Dienstsleistungsbereiche). Utilization of the latest technology and the power of innovation become key to success. This had an impact on the changing structure of work world (Strukturwandel der Arbeitswelt) in Germany. In this era, Arbeit has been transformed into "charm" (Fetisch)  in the community. Each individual -even who had higher education qualifications- cannot escape the Arbeit problem. Those who lost Arbeit would feel outcast and marginalized, whereas those who worked would be imprisoned in their work. Reality and the dilemma were captured in the novel Das Jahr der Wunder by Reiner Merkel (2001), wir nicht schlafen Kathrin by Röggla (2004), and Mobbing by Annette Pehnt (2007) as corpus research. Thus, the Arbeit conception that has been considered established in a modern country such as Germany is still questioned. So, how about the actual Arbeit construction that is readable in all three of the novel as a form of intrinsic relationship between literature and their communities in the form of negation, innovation and affirmation.
BAHASA SUNDA DAN PENGGUNAANNYA DALAM INTERAKSI JUAL BELI DI PASAR SINDANG KABUPATEN CIREBON Afi Fadlilah
SASDAYA: Gadjah Mada Journal of Humanities Vol 1, No 1 (2016): NOVEMBER
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One dialect of Cirebon language is dialect Jawareh. It is the Java language which mix with Sundanese used in South of Cirebon regency, especially in Sindang Market on Lemahabang districts. This paper will discuss the language use in Sindang Market because it has its own characteristics that are different from the others Sundanese in West Java. This is because it is influenced by the geographical location and the diversity of backgrounds of the speech community. Based on this, this paper will discuss the Sundanese language and its use in the buying and selling interaction on the sindang market of Cirebon with the aim to describe the structure of the language and how to use it. The method used in this paper is the observational method with taping and recording techniques of the speech event data that is analyzed descriptively qualitative by using linguistic theory. The results of this study is that the specific characteristics of Sundanese in buying and selling interaction in the sindang market contained in intonation and the removal of vowel phonemes / a / and / ӧ / on specific vocabulary.
PERILAKU LIMINAL MASYARAKAT SASAK-LOMBOK DALAM BÊKAYAQ BAU NYALÉ DAN PATAQ PARÉ Saharudin Saharudin
SASDAYA: Gadjah Mada Journal of Humanities Vol 1, No 1 (2016): NOVEMBER
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This paper studied the socio-psychological issues found in the cultural event bêkayaq bau nyalé and bêkayaq pataq paré among Sasak agrarian society in the southern of the Lombok Island. The study examined the language used in the two types of bêkayaqs (reverberate poem activities) used an ethnopoetic perspective. The socio-psychological problems of the people were revealed and explained by an ethnohermeneutic and process analysis perspectives. Data were collected by observation and interview techniques. The results showed that the tradition of bêkayaq bau nyalé and pataq paré were not only verbal-artistic expressions, but also had a deep implication for the disclosure of the socio-cultural pressures of the culprit during their life in which they had to obey the obligations of the social and cultural normative structures. Through bêkayaq, they could remove their burdens (though it was only temporal). The main purpose of bêkayaq was to create a liminal world between women and men, at least in public area communication. The changes in the orientation of bau nyale, the inclusion of structural context (power), and the rationalization of rice farming, had an impact on people's behavior changes to the actors of bêkayaq.
DARI DEPOK LAMA KE DEPOK BARU: Berjuang Menjadi Kota, 1970an – 1990an Tri Wahyuning Mudaryanti
SASDAYA: Gadjah Mada Journal of Humanities Vol 1, No 1 (2016): NOVEMBER
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/sasdayajournal.17037

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This research deals with the process of spatial development in the city of Depok, West Java and its relation to the government’s policy during 1970s – 1990s. Administratively, it has become a city which is separated from the capital Jakarta since 1999, but Depok is struggling to establish its own identity. In the beginning, Depok was designed to solve the urban problems of Jakarta. In the later period, Depok experienced a slow progress for new urban area. This is due to the government’s policy that continues to treat Depok as a supporting city of Jakarta. On the other hand, the presence of Universitas Indonesia in Depok fails to support the creation of an autonomous city of Depok.
MEMAHAMI SURABAYA DARI KAMPUNG DINOYO Sarkawi B. Husain
SASDAYA: Gadjah Mada Journal of Humanities Vol 1, No 1 (2016): NOVEMBER
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/sasdayajournal.17038

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Tepat satu dekade setelah Howard Dick menerbitkan bukunya yang berjudul “Surabaya, City of Work: A Socio-economic Histroy, 1900-2000” (2003), akhirnya sebuah buku tentang masyarakat dan kota Surabaya terbit kembali di penghujung tahun 2013. Buku yang berjudul “Surabaya, 1945-2010: Neighbourhood, State, and Economy in Indonesia’s City of Struggle” ini ditulis oleh Robbie Peters, seorang antropolog dan dosen di University of Sydney yang sekaligus dapat dikatakan sebagai Indonesianis generasi baru. Pilihannya memilih Surabaya sebagai fokus kajian patut diapresiasi. Sepanjang pengetahuan saya, tidak banyak ilmuan asing yang menaruh perhatian pada Kota Surabaya terutama untuk kajian yang sifatnya komprehensif. Sebelum Robbie Peters, beberapa nama dapat disebut seperti James Peacok (1968), William Frederick (1978; 1986), dan Howard Dick (2003).  
DARI MITOS TUJUH PUTRI HINGGA LEGITIMASI AGAMA: SUMBER KEKUASAAN SULTAN TERNATE Rustam Hasyim
SASDAYA: Gadjah Mada Journal of Humanities Vol 1, No 2 (2017): MEI
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Noble people from the circle of Sultanate of Ternate construct and maintain their power base by creating the magical aspect of religious and Culture. This hegemonic strategy allowed this group to pose a certain powerful position and to have a certain place in the heart of the people of Ternate. There are, at least, four important heritage elements in the Sultanate of Ternate used as a strategy to form and strengthen their position. The first is the doctrine Jou se Ngofangare (king and servant) which means Sultan as the representation of God's power (macro cosmos). Second is the mythical Seven Princess, which justifies the Sultan position by using magical-religious as a means to gain people consent. Third, this group tends to use their noble title and heirloom as signs of charisma and sacred magical power. Those heirlooms such as sword and title function to legitimize the Sultan as ruler. Fourth, Kadaton (palace) which produces cultural meaning as the highest indigenous identity and the source of magical belief
KEARIFAN LOKAL ORANG JAWA DALAM METAFORA NOVEL PARA PRIYAYI, KARYA UMAR KAYAM Ari Wulandari
SASDAYA: Gadjah Mada Journal of Humanities Vol 1, No 2 (2017): MEI
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The metaphor is born because of the limitations of human language, while the human mind is unlimited. This research data is a metaphor in the Para Priyayi novel. This study uses a qualitative research design or research context. Metaphors are covered depends context of existing metaphors in the Para Priyayi novel. Metaphoric consists of nine patterns, namely (1) one sentence, one metaphor, (2) one sentence, two metaphors, (3) one sentence, three metaphors, (4) tenor at the front, the vehicle in the behind, (5) vehicle at the front, tenor in the behind, (6) noun - verb, (7) verb - noun, (8) noun - adjective, and (9) the frozen form. As there are four kinds of metaphor, namely (1) a metaphor of man, (2) a metaphor of animal, (3) a metaphor of plant, and (4) a metaphor of natural circumstances. The sphere of life that exists in the Para Priyayi novel metaphor includes five programs: (1) economics, (2) the family, (3) community, (4) the natural environment, and (5) of religion and belief. The values of local wisdom includes nine things, namely (1) character, (2) ethics, (3) chivalry, (4) the concept of Manunggaling Kawula kalawan Gusti, (5) education, (6) the attitude of the community, (7) moral education, (8) self-control, and (9) leadership. The research proves that metaphor in the Para Priyayi novel has certain forms and types, contains the realm of Javanese life, and the values of Java local wisdom.
HUTAN JATI BERKALUNG BESI: PENGANGKUTAN KAYU JATI DI JAWA PADA AKHIR ABAD KE-19 DAN AWAL ABAD KE-20 Warto Warto
SASDAYA: Gadjah Mada Journal of Humanities Vol 1, No 2 (2017): MEI
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/sasdayajournal.27781

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Teak forests became one of the important resources in Java in the past. Teak forests did not only provide economic benefits for residents to fulfill their daily needs but also provided other benefits, especially in stabilizing the forest environment. However, the condition began to change when the teak forests exploited. In the 19th century and early 20th century, the environmental teak forests experienced degradation and deforestation that was difficult to control. The presence of teak logging companies at the end of the 19th century became the starting point of the accelerated deforestation. In running a business, they used modern tools that can simplify the process of harvesting and be transporting of teakwood. Some of the modern tools called trams and trains which were used to carry teak logs from the forests to shelters and ports. By utilizing modern transportation, teak woods can be transported quickly, accurately and massively. This paper shows that the opening of tram and train rail road’s in teak forests in addition to facilitating the transportation of goods and people, also led to the improvement and expansion of teak massive deforestation.