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Wacana: Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia
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Wacana, Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia is a scholarly journal accredited by Decree of the Directorate General of Research Reinforcement and Development, Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia No. 60/E/KPT/2016, 13 November 2016. This journal of the Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, is a medium for scholarly discussion, description, and surveys concerning literature, linguistics, archaeology, history, philosophy, library and information studies, religion, art, and interdisciplinary studies. The journal is published twice a year.
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Perkembangan Lobi Yahudi dan Pengaruhnya terhadap Politik Luar Negeri dan Kongres Amerika Serikat Setiawan, Agus
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United States’ foreign policy has been extremely influenced by some determinantfactors both personal and institutional. However, by the end of World War II, an institutionknown as interest group, played important role relatively to the determination of United States’foreign policies, particularly those which were related to Middle East conflict. A Jewish lobbyknown as AIPAC (American Israeli Public Affairs Committee) has been the most powerfulinterest group to influence the United States’ foreign policy especially after President Truman’sadministration. This article describes the internal development of AIPAC and someAIPAC’s actions in order to get public supports to influence the decision makers.
Ide Kebangsaan dalam Puisi Antara Sajak-sajak M. Yamin dan Sejumlah Sajak Karya Penyair Malaysia Wasono, Sunu
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show that Indonesian and Malaysian literatures grew and developed out ofthe same old tradition, namely Malay tradition. Indonesian and Malaysian languages arealso rooted in the same language, namely, the Malay language. It only makes sense that therea number of similaritiesThis paper discusses the nationalist ideas found in the poems of M. Yamin published inIndonesia Tumpah Darahku and a number of poems produced by 10 Malaysian poets. TheseMalaysians’ poems are found in a poetry anthology titled Puisi-puisi Kebangsaan 1913—1957(nationalist poems 1913—1957) compiled by Abdul Latif Abu Bakar and published in 1987.Based on a comparison of these two sets of poems, some similarities can be discerned, such asadmiration of natural beauty, admiration of past heroes and glories, and appeal by the poetsfor national unity. These similarities are made possible by similar political and cultural situationsprevailing in both Indonesia and Malaysia in certain period of time. The relation betweenIndonesia and Malaysia that is tied by a common language (Malay) and a sense of being inthe same situation (colonial oppression) are other factors that allow a number of Indonesianand Malaysian poets to write poems of similar themes in similar styles.
Homoseksualitas dalam Lagu-lagu Prancis Tjahjani, Joesana
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Sexual revolution in France in the decade of the 1970s is characterized by socialopenness toward sex. There is a change in the pattern of spousal living, including same-sexrelation. Homosexuals in France have the courage to declare their sexual orientation. Despitepros and cons within the French society, PACS or the solidarity civil pact, since 1999, allowedhomosexual pairs to formalize their commitment outside marriage.French songs with homosexual themes began to appear in the decade of the 1960s. Sincethen, around 90 songs foreground homosexuality through various themes and perspectives.In the first reading, the lyrics only foreground the emergence of consciousness or confession ofa homosexual. The theme of the orientation of homosexual behaviour can be found in most ofthe songs. Other themes are related to other perspectives. Further discussion shows that thesesongs are presented in terms of three negative perspectives: negative, positive and neutral.The negative perspective uses homosexuality as an object of joke, the second proposes defensefor the homosexual community, and the neutral perspective is completely descriptive andgenerally portrays sexuality and sensuality among the homosexuals.
Memahami “Cultural Studies” dan Multikulturalisme dari Perspektif Pascamodern Lubis, Akhyar Yusuf
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Cultural studies is a study of culture, the paradigm of which is quite different fromthat of the conventional (i.e. modern) studies. If we accept this view, it means that the wholeproblem of cultural reality, epistemology, and methodology cannot be used to understand andinvestigate cultural studies and multiculturalism. The infeasibility of using conventionalstudy of culture to apprehend cultural studies and multiculturalism is related with theprinciple of incommensurability between those two fields, so there are different worldviewsand rules (language games) between the two. This difference is vividly showed in characterand model of study that conceives culture as homogeneity, single identity, patterned values,fragmented. Cultural studies and multiculturalism conceive culture as plurality, complexity,constructed identity, dynamics, diversity, interaction, and something porous. In light of thisworldview, cultural studies, multiculturalism, and globalism, according to my analysis, mustbe understood and studied from postmodern perspective or paradigm.
Pencarian Dasar-dasar Filosofis bagi Keberadaan Filsafat Nusantara Kartika, Ganang Dwi
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The meaning of philosophy in Indonesian has become an interesting topics,especially when it is related to another concept, culture. Some Indonesian dictionary writersdefined “filsafat” (philosophy) in many ways from different aspects. However, the definitionshave not reflected the meaning accuracy, both from the linguistic pattern aspect and from itsterminology. Besides that, the definitions, which come from Western, invite another question.If there is Western philosophy, then what about Eastern philosophy, especially Nusantaraphilosophy? That question is also discussed in this writing.

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