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CENDERAWASIH: Jurnal Antropologi Papua
ISSN : 27745538     EISSN : 2774552X     DOI : 10.31957/jap
CENDERAWASIH: Journal Antropologi Papua diterbitkan untuk mengembangkan dan memperkaya diskusi ilmiah bagi para Cendekiawan/i yang menaruh minat pada isu-isu sosial budaya di kawasan Asia-Pasific, khususnya di Papua . Jurnal ini menerapkan proses peer-review Anonim tunggal dalam memilih artikel berkualitas tinggi. Editor menyambut baik kiriman artikel teoritis atau berbasis penelitian. Argumen penulis tidak perlu sejalan dengan editor. Ruang lingkup artikel (penelitian) lapangan yang diterbitkan dalam jurnal ini berkaitan dengan; Artikel ini menyajikan hasil penelitian etnografi / kualitatif pada topik tertentu dan berkaitan dengan etnis / kelompok sosial di Papua; Artikel ini merupakan diskusi terperinci tentang penelitian terapan dan kolaboratif dengan keterlibatan yang kuat antara penulis dan subjek kolaborator dalam melaksanakan program intervensi atau inisiatif pembangunan lainnya yang menekankan pada masalah sosial-budaya. Ruang lingkup penelitian pustaka yang diterbitkan dalam jurnal ini berkaitan dengan; Penulisan teori menguraikan teori sosial dan budaya yang terkait dengan wacana teoritis antropologi. Artikel tersebut merupakan tinjauan kritis terhadap referensi antropologi dan buku etnografi lainnya yang wajib diterbitkan minimal 5 tahun terakhir. Makalah tinjauan ada untuk ekspresi pendapat dan memungkinkan penulis untuk mengirimkan materi yang mungkin tidak sesuai untuk artikel penelitian asli tetapi berisi ide-ide yang layak untuk dipublikasikan. Ruang lingkup artikel yang diterbitkan dalam jurnal ini menangani berbagai topik, termasuk: Antropologi Sosial dan Budaya; Antropologi Hukum dan Konflik; Antropologi Ekonomi; Antropologi Ekologi; Antropologi Maritim dan Marin; Antropologi Pertanian; Antropologi Politik Antropologi Perkotaan Etnisitas dan Identitas; Antropologi Globalisasi Antropologi Bisnis; Antropologi Agama; Antropologi Tari; Kebudayaan dan Kearifan Lokal Pluralisme dan Multikulturalisme Etnografi Papua; Etnosains Papua; Antropologi Kesehatan. Antropologi Pariwisata.
Articles 20 Documents
Anana Bicara-Bicara: Selera Musik, Gaya Hidup, dan Strategi Rapper di Kota Jayapura Muhammad Anas; Simon Abdi K. Frank; Usman Idris
CENDERAWASIH: Jurnal Antropologi Papua Vol 1, No 1 (2020): June 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31957/jap.v1i1.1381

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Hip Hop music entered Papua, through digital media platforms from the current process of globalization and modernization. For example, through radio, television and the internet. The emergence of Hip Hop music is very loved by young Papuans, especially in Jayapura. The Rap community who works in the field of Hip Hop music is called Anana Bicara-bicara which is part of the urban community subculture in Jayapura. Therefore, this study aims to describe and analyze musical tastes, lifestyles and the artistic strategies of youth who love Hip Hop music in popularizing their existence, warding off stigma and gaining popularity. This study uses a qualitative descriptive method using an ethnographic approach. The research instruments were in the form of voice and image recording devices and field notes for reflection in the field. The technique of determining informants is carried out proposive by optimizing the friendship network. Data collection techniques include in-depth interviews, observation and documentation. Data analysis techniques through the process of data categorization, data description and data interpretation. The results showed that first, the formation of aesthetic tastes from rap music is based on the emotional experiences of each actor. In addition, the rap music structural factor emphasizes the aspect of story telling freely but in orderly rhymes. Second, the lifestyle of rappers in Jayapura follows the trend of Hip Hop music that is Glamorous, Blink-blink, but there are also some who are poorless to show the passion of the ideas they want to convey. Third, the strategy developed is educational, which is to ward off bad stigma about rappers such as making songs that are better and proud of Papua, and creating events that elevate generations. Then, to popularize Hip Hop music through social media Youtube, Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp.
Perkawinan Usia Dini Perempuan Korowai di Kampung Kabuage Distrik Firiwage Kabupaten Boven Digoel Sarova Kenelek; Agustina Ivonne Poli; Simon Abdi K. Frank
CENDERAWASIH: Jurnal Antropologi Papua Vol 1, No 2 (2020): December 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31957/jap.v1i2.1638

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This study aims to determine the form of early marriage among Korowai women and want to know the factors that influence the occurrence of early marriage for Korowai women in Kabuage village, Firiwage district, Boven Digoel district. The research method used is descriptive-qualitative method, because this method is considered capable of analyzing social reality in detail. Research informants include women who marry early, traditional parents, men and the village head. Data collection was carried out using literature study and field study techniques which included observation, interviews and literature studies. In analyzing the data, three lines of interactive analysis were used, namely data reduction, data presentation and conclusion drawing. The results showed that there were two forms of early marriage in women, namely the form of coercion and without coercion and the driving factors for early marriage in women in Kabuage Village were cultural, educational, economic and modernization factors. The conclusions and suggestions of this study are that early marriage among Korowai women in Kabuage Village, Firiwage District, Boven Digoel Regency occurs in the form of coercion and without coercion which generally occurs due to cultural, educational, economic and modernization factors. Then the suggestion that can be given is the need for the involvement of the Office of Women Empowerment and Family Planning (KB) in Boven Digoel Regency to suppress marriage at an early age. So, it can provide a good understanding to parents, community and traditional leaders. As well as creating more opportunities for girls to obtain rights in accordance with the Rights of the Child Convention. As well as the need for the efforts of various agencies to work together to help human resources in Kabuage Village.
Peran Klan dalam Pemilihan Kepala Kampung Tahima Soroma, Jayapura Rosita P. Aronggear; Agustina Ivonne Poli; J. R. Mansoben
CENDERAWASIH: Jurnal Antropologi Papua Vol 1, No 1 (2020): June 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31957/jap.v1i1.1379

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The encounter of regulations originating from the state with the culture of indigenous peoples has given birth to a new socio-cultural order. Like what happened in Pulo Village, during the election process for the village head, there was a negotiation process between state regulations and customary norms. For this reason, using an ethnographic approach, this study seeks to uncover how the role of clans in the election of village heads is related to the system of social stratification with relations between kin. The technique of selecting informants is determined purposively, with the data collection techniques used are observation and interviews. Data analysis includes data reduction processes, data descriptions and conclusions. The results showed that the social stratification of the Kayupulo people consisted of, Ondoafi, clan head Clans (upper class), Clan Members, and Migrant Communities. Then relations between clans are formed from economic activity and clan relations in exogamous marriages. The role of kin in the election of village heads is seen starting from the process of determining candidates for candidates through a process of customary consolidation that those who verify that they can nominate as village chiefs. Clans that were reclaimed as village leaders are carried out in turn from lines, Sibi, Yowe, Haay, and Soro for every one time tenure.
Fungsi dan Nilai Khayi (Perahu Perempuan) bagi Suku Sentani di Kampung Ayapo Kabupaten Jayapura Windy Hapsari; Simon Abdi K. Frank; J. R. Mansoben
CENDERAWASIH: Jurnal Antropologi Papua Vol 1, No 2 (2020): December 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31957/jap.v1i2.1663

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This study discusses khayi, which focuses on how khayi function and value as a women's boat in the culture of the Sentani people. This research is ethnography with a qualitative approach and descriptive data analysis. Data collection techniques used were observation, interviews, recording and recording and literature study. Informants were selected based on purposive sampling. Then the data analysis used includes the process of data reduction, data display and data interpretation. The results showed Function of khayi is highly related to its shape. Khayi shape is an adaptive function of social culture life for Sentani tribe, especially in Ayapo village. Their knowledge of raw material and putting root of tree as the prow is an adaptive reaction to culture society. Its long, big shape has significant function to support and espouse fully activities of Sentani women. Value of khayi is an appreciative representation of Sentani men to their women for their significant roles in social culture cycle and family income and society as well.
Peran Dewan Adat Suku Sentani untuk Penyelesaian Konflik Kekerasan dalam Rumah Tangga Christine O. I. Sanggenafa; Irwan Martua Hidayana
CENDERAWASIH: Jurnal Antropologi Papua Vol 1, No 1 (2020): June 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31957/jap.v1i1.1378

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This article aims to describe and analyze the role of the Sentani Ethnic Council in the resolution of domestic violence experienced by Sentani women. Sentani society acknowledges that Sentani Tribal Council established in has several functions in political, economic, legal, security, and religious affairs. This study focused on the Sentani Tribal Council as a legal institution in solving domestic violence against Sentani women. The research problem is what factors encourage Sentani women to choose to resolve domestic conflicts through Sentani Tribal Council. This is a qualitative research that employed in-depth interview techniques and observation in the Sentani Ethnic Council courts. Interviews were carried out to victims of domestic violence, head of tribal council, and community leaders, domestic violence doer, and Sentani people. Sentani women who were victims of domestic violence went to the Sentani Ethnic Council to solve their problems due to several reasons, namely peaceful court, customary fine, and avoiding shame. There is a change in the customary fine from certain goods to rupiah currency. Although Sentani women obtained conflict resolution in the Sentani Ethnic Council, it did not provide justice yet. There are different views on domestic violence in Sentani. Some parties local government, church, tribal council, women, and victim perceived that domestic violence is violating human rights, therefore, must be sentenced. While the doers and young men in Sentani perceived that violence against women is common in their culture. From an anthropological perspective, domestic violence in Sentani is a debate between culture and rights in the context of cultural relativism.
Relasi Gender dalam Keluarga pada Suku Hubula di Kampung Isaima Distrik Usilimo Kabupaten Jayawijaya Ratna Mabel; Marlina Flassy; Gerdha K.I. Numberi
CENDERAWASIH: Jurnal Antropologi Papua Vol 1, No 2 (2020): December 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31957/jap.v1i2.1667

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This article aims to describe and analyze gender relations and the division of roles between men and women in the life of the Hubula tribe in Kampung Isaima, DIstrik Usilimo, Jayawijaya Regency. The research method used is descriptive qualitative ethnographic approach. The data collection techniques used were in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation. Data analysis includes the stages of data reduction, data display and conclusion. The results showed that there was participation in production and reproduction activities, husband and wife did the division of labor based on the consensus that they had previously discussed. However, despite the participation of men / husbands, the share of women in production and reproduction activities is still larger. Then in social activities, men take a bigger portion.
Membangun Jati Diri Suku Tehit Kabupaten Sorong Selatan Papua Barat Marlina Flassy
CENDERAWASIH: Jurnal Antropologi Papua Vol 1, No 1 (2020): June 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31957/jap.v1i1.1377

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This article aims to analyze the identity construction of the Tehit tribe in Sorong Regency, West Papua Province. This study used a qualitative method with an ethnographic approach. The determination of informants is determined purposively, by selecting influential figures, both traditional and educational figures. The data collection technique used was in-depth interviews. Then data analysis includes the stages of data categorization, data description, and data interpretation. The results showed that the sense of identity of the Tehit tribe experienced degradation internally and externally due to practical politics and economic competition so that relations between people became loose. For this reason, the strategy developed in constructing the identity of the Teaite tribe is the socialization of tea culture and strengthening solidarity between groups, by revitalizing traditional institutions and carrying out cultural events to arouse the spirit of ethnicity of the Tehit tribe, as well as revitalizing claims to customary forests as customary rights as part of defending their identity. the Tehit tribe. then, educate among community groups and regenerate them to occupy strategic positions. Therefore, the technical culture must be made in a written document and visualized so that continuous research is needed to be included in the preparation of the Regional Budget (APBD) of South Sorong Regency
OPRA: Gerakan Perempuan Adat pada Suku Bangsa Namblong di Lembah Grime di Kabupaten Jayapura Elisabet Asrida Sulastri; Marlina Flassy; Akhmad Akhmad
CENDERAWASIH: Jurnal Antropologi Papua Vol 1, No 2 (2020): December 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31957/jap.v1i2.1668

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This article aims to describe and analyze the social movements carried out by the OPRA (“Organisasi Perempuan Adat” or Indigenous Women's Organization) in the Namblong Tribe in the Grime Valley, Jayapura Regency, Papua. This research is a qualitative research with an ethnographic approach. Determination of selected informants by snowball involving key informants from OPRA. The data collection techniques used were in-depth interviews and observations, as well as FGD (Focus Group Discussion). Data analysis includes the stages of data reduction, data exposure and data interpretation. The results showed that the OPRA organization in the Namblong ethnic group was born because it was initiated by a group of women who were dissatisfied with the placement of women in the customary structure. The increasing number of women from the Namblong tribe who became victims of violence and unfair treatment, raised a collective awareness among them to rise up against and fight for their rights and demand justice and equality for Namblong women. The formation of the ORPA shows how customary identities are used and institutionalized not only as an effort to maintain power against the State and companies in matters of rights to land, natural resources and culture but also to fight for women's rights in the Namblong community
Modernisasi Pendidikan Bagi Perempuan Suku Walak di Distrik Wollo Kabupaten Jayawijaya Litari Karoba; Yuliana Yuliana; Lenny M.M. Manalip
CENDERAWASIH: Jurnal Antropologi Papua Vol 1, No 2 (2020): December 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31957/jap.v1i2.1540

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This article aims to describe the views of the Walak Tribe on the education of Walak Tribe women and analyze what factors hinder and support the education of Walak Tribe women in Wolo District. This research is qualitative in nature which uses data collection techniques in the form of interviews, observation, and documentation. The results of this study are basically, some people in Kukurima Village, Wollo District already know the meaning and impact of education, the Walak tribe community views that education for Walak women is very necessary, girls are not prohibited from school or considered low, and can be placed equal to men in terms of getting an education. Education is one of the ways that women become agents of change (agents of change) and not just passive recipients of empowerment programs. Education is also one of the factors that enables women to have economic independence by working both outside and inside their homes. The inhibiting and supporting factors for the education of Walak women include. The factors inhibiting education for Walak Tribe women are internal, namely those that come from within themselves, especially in the form of self-awareness and motivation. Meanwhile, external factors are those that come from outside of women such as family support, especially parents, including the government and local communities.
Perubahan Fungsi Tarian Tummour Pada Suku Mbaham Matta Reni F Hindom; Yuliana Yuliana; Agustinus Wenehen
CENDERAWASIH: Jurnal Antropologi Papua Vol 1, No 1 (2020): June 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31957/jap.v1i1.1380

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This article aims to describe and analyze the changes in the function of the Mbaham Matta tribe's ‘tummour’ dance in the past and the present and to find out what efforts were made to be able to maintain the ‘Tummour’ dance of the Mbaham Matta tribe in Fakfak Regency in general. This research is qualitative using data collection techniques through interviews, observation, and documentation. The research results show that the ‘tummour’ dance in the past was used as traditional rituals, traditional parties, to gather the masses, to summon ancestral spirits, to dance the victory of the war and to stem the coming dangers. The change in the function of the ‘tummour’ dance occurred because of the entry of religion and government. Changes that occur are not only in the function of the ‘tummour’ dance, but the attributes used have also changed. Then, the efforts made so that the ‘Tummour’ dance can survive include opening a dance studio and preserving the ‘Tummour’ dance through socialization (transfer of knowledge) or introducing it to the younger generation.

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