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Wacana: Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia
Published by Universitas Indonesia
ISSN : 14112272     EISSN : 24076899     DOI : 10.17510
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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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Reasoning in a multicultural society Adian, Donny Gahral
Wacana Vol 13, No 2 (2011): Multiculturalism
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Multicultural society as a way of being-with-others needs a certain form of public reasoning. Unfortunately, the current yet dominant form of public reasoning is infiltrated by biases from occidental culture. This mode of reasoning does nothing but uproot participants from their cultural identity for the sake of universal consensus. Multicultural society, however, consists of identities which are embedded in the individuals’ cultural tradition. This sociological fact demands a richer form of rationality that does not deny the multiplicity of cultural values and embedded identities. We need a form of public reasoning which emphasizes cultural understanding rather than abstract consensus. We might call it a multicultural, contextualized and other-regarding form of public reason.
The diversity of fisheries based livelihoods in the Berau Delta, East Kalimantan Gunawan, Bambang Indratno
Wacana Vol 17, No 1 (2016): Maritime culture
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Fisheries based livelihoods in the Berau Delta are diverse. The everyday life of small-scale fishers shows that gear diversification, changing fishing gear over a lifetime and practical knowledge to access good fishing grounds in the rich coastal waters are the main livelihood strategies developed by fishers. Fishing practices in the coastal frontier of Berau are influenced by the Bugis habitus of patronage networks between the punggawa and the dependent fishers. An essential element in the decision making of fishers is their embeddedness in political-economic patronage networks as the result of values, interests and knowledge contestations. Livelihood trajectories of different fishers from various classes confirm that as social actors, whether rich or poor, they have the agency to search for better livelihoods.
Keterpenjaraan perempuan dalam ruang kota di dalam Lost in translation (2003) dan The good girl (2002) Saraswati, Asri
Wacana Vol 11, No 1 (2009): Lingkungan Sosial Urban
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The urban space offers more challenges to the female self. Two motion pictures,Lost in translation (2003) and The good girl (2002), depict the issue of gender andspace by conveying the city as prison for the female characters. This articleanalyses the urban space and argues that in the two movies, the female charactersstruggle and eventually create meaning in the urban room. Applying feminismand urban geography in analysing the position of female characters within thecity, the paper finds that the two films offer their perception on, and solutions to,the imprisonment of women by the urban environment which is stereotypicallymasculine.
"Larung" dan komposisi yang ulung Wahyudi, Ibnu
Wacana Vol 4, No 1 (2002): Media, Budaya dan Ideologi
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Jalan Menikung: Sebuah Karya Sastra Multikultural Darmoko, Darmoko
Wacana Vol 8, No 1 (2006): Keanekaragaman Budaya Regional
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Jalan Menikung is one of the unique literary works. The uniqueness is reflectedin both the cultural background and the elements of culture. This indicates that the authorhas rich experiences in culture. The cultural values in this literary work do not only belongto the ethnic culture in Indonesia, but also to other cultures. Jalan Menikung is influencedby the authors experiences which he absorbed from other cultures, when he made a tour tosome places in the world. The crux of the problem in this literary work is concerned withJavanese people and their culture, which is influenced by modern culture, especially American,Japanese,Chinese, and Minangkabau.
Jan Breman (2014), Keuntungan kolonial dari kerja paksa; Sistem Priangan dari tanam paksa kopi di Jawa, 1720-1870 Luthfi, Ahmad Nashih
Wacana Vol 16, No 1 (2015): From languages to cultures in Indonesia I
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Documentation of Palu’e; Storytelling and folklore Danerek, Stefan
Wacana Vol 18, No 3 (2017): Indigenous communities
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This paper presents Palu’e storytelling on the basis of the on-going work with the Palu’e audio collection, created in the context of language/oral traditions documentation. The main aim is to show that the collection is a research resource for the humanities by discussing and comparing items which are referenced and accessible in the Kaipuleohone Ethnographic Archive. While the contents of the collection are showcased for this specific presentation, the intention is directed towards the body of digital humanities collections. The problems of what genres should be included, definitions, method of analysis, are discussed and put to the test. Recordings initially focused on oral literature, but expanded to include personal narratives with content related to culture and tradition. The cross-referencing between genres and items demonstrates the benefits of a comparative methodology, and suggests ways of using the collection.
Youth culture and urban pride; The sociolinguistics of East Javanese slang Hoogervorst, Tom G.
Wacana Vol 15, No 1 (2014): Children and youth culture
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This study offers an overview of the characteristics and social functions of youth slang in the Indonesian province of East Java. It examines Boso Walikan and various types of Surabayan slang. Boso Walikan emerged in Malang as a secret language that was deliberately made unintelligible to outsiders. Over the decades, large parts of Malang’s urban population developed proficiency in the language and appropriated it as an identity marker. The situation in nearby Surabaya is different. While lacking a uniform local slang comparable to that of Malang, several communities make an effort to differentiate themselves through specific linguistic habits, which are briefly introduced. These case studies tell us not only how young people shape their speech, they illustrate how the East Javanese dialect deals with linguistic variety, lexical borrowing and innovation.
Paduan dari Berbagai Pendekatan Wasono, Sunu
Wacana Vol 4, No 2 (2002): Produksi Budaya dan Budaya Produksi
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Book review; Islamic Populism in Indonesia and the Middle East. Watson, C.W.
Wacana Vol 18, No 1 (2017): Chinese Indonesians in historical perspective I
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