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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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Kekhasan Pengajaran Bahasa Mandarin di Indonesia Sutami, Hermina
Wacana Vol 9, No 2 (2007): Ideologi dan Pemikiran Bangsa
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1998 was the year of Mandarin teaching resurrection in Indonesia after 30 years prohibited. Since then, many schools begin to teach Mandarin as an extracurricular subject. In the last two years it becomes an intracurricular subject. Since there was no Chinese school for almost 30 years, consequently there was no publication on Mandarin student’s book, no Mandarin teachers. Nowadays, suddenly Mandarin teachers, student’s book was highly needed. Many schools use Singapore/Taiwan’s book. This rises problems, because Singapore/Taiwan’s students language circumstance is different from Indonesian students. The result is far from what we expected. This article proposed some aids based on the need of Indonesian’s student. Department of Education should set up a team consisting of Indonesian experts in Mandarin language teaching and Chinese linguistic to compile syllabus, student’s book. It should base on Indonesian Language Politics and the need of Indonesian’s student which differ from Chinese schools 30 years ago.
Indonesia dalam Pertautan Budaya Pembangunan dan Budaya Warga Desa Agusta, Ivanovich
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The construction of the next imagined-village as a part of the next imagined-Indonesia evokes the need of a new genre on embedding the culture of development and the culture of civil-village. The article presents an “Until-Where” genre (on where the aims of development are reached). In the genre, praxis orientation becomes a context of both cultural analysis and social structure. The deconstructive critique of the culture of development is focused on Kantian humanism, evolutionism and development planning, the politics of space, and capitalization on village development.Co-articulation between the culture of development (which has the tendency for uniformity) and the culture of civil-village (which has the tendency for variation) is constructed, firstly, on toleration between the stake-holders for social transformation. Then the article proposes “Praxis of Familiation”, i.e. imagination on the family structure as a translation process for external influence. Focused on the lower stratum, the familiation should be used to empower the lowest one.
Satu Lagi Kritik Atas Dominasi HAM Barat Alkatiri, Zeffry
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Culture Research in The Recent Work of Itamar Even-Zohar Aveling, Harry
Wacana Vol 9, No 2 (2007): Ideologi dan Pemikiran Bangsa
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Even-Zohar sangat dihormati di kalangan peneliti Kajian Terjemahan untuk sumbangan teoritisnya dalam wilayah kajian ”Polysystem Theory”. Makalah ini memberikan pengantar ke karya terbaru Even-Zohar dalam wilayah ”penelitian budaya” (yang ia bedakan dari Kajian Budaya). Karya tersebut menempatkan pemikirannya dalam kerangka kerja yang diturunkan dari Formalisme Rusia dan, yang lebih baru, Semiotika Rusia. Fokus utama makalahnya dalam Penelitian Budaya (2004/2005) adalah pada budaya sebagai sistem sosio-semiotika, yang memungkinkan adanya refleksi dan aksi. Sebuah istilah penting dalam membahas sistem-sistem adalah ”repertoar”, yaitu aturan-aturan dan materi-materi yang mengatur pembuatan dan penggunaan objek-objek budaya tertentu. Tulisan Even-Zohar berusaha menempatkan repertoar di dalam kerangka kerja yang lebih luas, dan memungkinkan penemuan serta pemindahan repertoar-repertoar tersebut di antara kelompok-kelompok sosial. Peran para pembuat-ide sangatlah penting dalam pemindahan ini. Tulisan ini menyimpulkan relevansi ”penelitian budaya” terhadap Kajian Terjemahan. Ini menunjukan bahwa ide-ide Zohar hanya dapat digunakan secara terbatas, tetapi mampu menyediakan dasar untuk refleksi lebih jauh tentang peran penerjemah dan penerjemahan, khususnya di banyak negara-bangsa baru.
Membuka Kedok Korupsi dalam Masyarakat Budianto, Irmayanti M.
Wacana Vol 9, No 2 (2007): Ideologi dan Pemikiran Bangsa
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Boundedness dan Polusi pada Situs Islam Cirebon Abad XVI—XVIII Johan, Irmawati M.
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Archaeological sites are the traces of people ‘s lives in the past. The remaining traces are texts, simply waiting to be read. This article tries to interpret the housing patterns in the sites of palaces in Cirebon using the concepts of boundedness, the sacred, the profane, and the pollution.
Nasionalisme Humanistis Mahatma Gandhi Poerbasari, Agnes Sri
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This article proposes to investigate how Gandhi developed the idea of humanistic nationalism and what the component of this idea is. Using the historical and political approaches, the investigation shows that Gandhian’s nationalism reveals the relationship between religious aspiration, political ethic and the ideal economic and political institutions.Chronologically, this study describes Gandhi’s leaderships in South Africa (1893-1914) and India (1915-1948), the basic orientation of Gandhi’s thought and lastly explains the concept of humanistic nationalism. Briefly, the components of humanistic nationalism are the ideas of Hind Swaraj, Nation, Sarvodaya, Khadi Economic, Ramrajya and Panchayat Raj. Behind all those concepts is Ahimsa, the principle of no harm which emphasizes and teaches about love and non-violence. Both attributes are used as weapons by Gandhi’s Satyagraha movement. Ahimsa is also the core of Gandhian political ethic and lies on his ideal economic and political institutions. By this moral effect of Ahimsa, we could easily identify Gandhi’s nationalism with the unique character called humanistic.
Panduan bagi Ahli Bahasa dan Pemelajar Bahasa-bahasa Austronesia Kitada, Yuko
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Ideologi Keluarga Tradisional “IE “ dan Kazoku Kokka pada Masyarakat Jepang Sebelum dan Sesudah Perang Dunia II Anwar, Etty N.
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In studying Japan’s cultural institution, understanding IE, which was the traditional family system used by the Bushi in the Tokugawa era, is indispensable. The IE system is believed to influence the entire aspect of Japanese life, be it the way of thinking, politics, social, economy, marriage, religion, and even the view of “Family State” in the era of Meiji Restoration implemented the structure of IE system. Hence, the IE system is considered to be one of the pillars of Japan’s success. This short essay will discuss the IE ideology in the concept of experts on Japanese culture, the principles of Japanese’s social relationships, the IE ideology in the structure of “Family State”, and Japan’s modern family system.
Diplomasi RI di Mesir dan Negara-Negara Arab pada Tahun 1947 Rahman, Suranta Abd.
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In 1947, the Republic of Indonesia (RI) sent a diplomatic mission to seek the international community’s acknowledgement for the nation’s independence. The mission in the Arab nations, particularly in Egypt, was severely challenged by the Netherlands. However, with a spirit of solidarity, the people and government of Egypt supported the struggle and acknowledged RI’s independence, de facto and de jure. Diplomacy was implemented in maintaining RI’s sovereignty which was threatened to be retaken by the Netherlands. Meanwhile, the struggles in military area were maintained to dissipate the Netherlands from Indonesia.

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