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JURNAL KAJIAN BALI (JOURNAL OF BALI STUDIES)
Published by Universitas Udayana
ISSN : 20884443     EISSN : 25800698     DOI : -
Jurnal Kajian Bali merupakan jurnal kajian area (area studies) yang mengkhususkan diri mempublikasikan artikel berbasis penelitian tentang kajian Bali (Bali studies). Topik artikel yang dimuat mulai dari politik sampai musik, sastra sampai arsitektur, sejarah sampai media massa, budaya dan budaya populer hingga pariwisata, manajemen sampai agama. Jurnal juga memuat artikel kajian Bali dengan kajian lain yang bersifat komparatif.Jurnal diterbitkan oleh Pusat Kajian Bali, Universitas Udayana. Jurnal terbit dua kali setahun, setiap April dan Oktober.
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Articles 274 Documents
Multitafsir Materi Sastra pada Ujian Nasional: Studi Kasus di SMAN 8 Denpasar I Gusti Ketut Tribana
Jurnal Kajian Bali (Journal of Bali Studies) Vol 4 No 1 (2014): TEKS SEBAGAI REPRESENTASI SOSIAL BUDAYA
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AbstractThis article gives an overview to the subject teachers of Indonesian language and literature on many questions regarding literary multiple interpretations. Also to determine the effect of the questions about literature that multiple interpretations of the results of the National Examination (UN). It also contributes ideas for discussion for teachers to better act, especially in answering the questions of literary material in the National Exam (UN) senior high school in Bali and Indonesia.
Novel ‘Tantri’, Daur Ulang Nilai-nilai untuk Pembentukan Karakter Bangsa I Nyoman Darma Putra
Jurnal Kajian Bali (Journal of Bali Studies) Vol 2 No 1 (2012): TANTANGAN TATA RUANG BALI
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Wajah Paradoks Bali dalam Cerpen-cerpen Denpasar I Made Sujaya
Jurnal Kajian Bali (Journal of Bali Studies) Vol 5 No 1 (2015): AIR DAN PERUBAHAN SOSIAL DI BALI
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Perempuan Gianyar dan Belenggu Ranah Publik dan Privat Ni Made Ras Amanda Gelgel
Jurnal Kajian Bali (Journal of Bali Studies) Vol 6 No 1 (2016): REFLEKSI SENI BAHASA BALI
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Abstract Women’s roles in political and social world have been looked down by the society. The patriarchy system adhered by the Balinese people make women’s position subordinated to men. Even though women have big roles not just in private sector but also in public sector, Balinese’s women still think they do not have big contribution in their family. It is also happening in Gianyar, Bali. People in Gianyar Bali have a strict Balinese’s culture that make women have more role besides the other women in Indonesia. The research problem is what are women’s perception about their role in private and public sectors? The research was based on quantitative method by using questionnaire to 400 sample in Gianyar Bali. Research came out that women in Gianyar were spending their time dealing with household job and customary matters. They did not have time for themselves and consider themselves remain in the subordinated position. Women in Gianyar live under high hegemonic of their roles both in private and public spheres.
A.A.B. Sutedja File: Gubernur Bali Pertama dalam Lipatan Sejarah Slamat Trisila
Jurnal Kajian Bali (Journal of Bali Studies) Vol 3 No 1 (2013): PENULISAN SEJARAH BALI
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AbstractThis paper reveals a portion of political chapter AA Bagus Sutedja of Puri Negara, a royal household in Jembrana, West Bali. Sutedja was the first governor of Bali, the provincial island officiated in 1959, which previously had been partof the Lesser Sunda Island Province. In this article we learn Sutedja’s short, yet sky rocketing political career from a low level governmental official and then built his own way to bethe island first governor. His appointment as the governor wasthe result of then President Soekarno’s political scenario in implementing the policy of the central government in Jakarta.When the 1965’s political tragedy struck in Jakarta that topple the president, Sutedja suffered similar fate. The governor notonly lost his position, but was tragically kidnapped and was believed to have been killed. Till these days his where-aboutremains a mystery in Bali’s dark history.
Puri Kesiman: Saksi Sejarah Kejayaan Kerajaan Badung Nyoman Wijaya
Jurnal Kajian Bali (Journal of Bali Studies) Vol 3 No 1 (2013): PENULISAN SEJARAH BALI
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AbstractPuri Kesiman had has a strategic position that functioning asthe headquarters of the struggle in the early twentieth century,since Kesiman involvement in “Puputan of Badung”, andthe Indonesian independence struggle on Bali. As the onlyremaining palace of the King of Badung until now, it will beinteresting to study how the Puri of Kesiman can survive longenough and its action in the present. Especially in relation tothe position and role of the palace (puri) in Balinese society,especially in the increasingly pluralistic Village Kesiman whereit is located. This study discusses the history of the CastleKesiman, Kesiman Puri’s role in the history of Bali general andhistory of Badung particular; and traces the position of PuriKesiman in early independence era till today.
Securitization, Belonging and Politics of Belonging in Bali I Wayan Suyadnya
Jurnal Kajian Bali (Journal of Bali Studies) Vol 1 No 1 (2011): BALI DALAM MIKRO DAN MAKRO POLITIK
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AbstrakArtikel ini membahas kemunculan keamanan lokal (kelompok) dalam menanggapiotonomi daerah, dalam konteks globalisasi di Bali, Indonesia. Perkembanganotonomi daerah di Indonesia pasca reformasi telah mempengaruhi kondisisosial, politik dan budaya daerah-daerah dan kabupaten-kabupaten di Indonesia,termasuk Provinsi Bali. Otonomi daerah saat ini diidentifikasi sebagai faktoryang mendorong perubahan sosial, politik dan budaya pada masyarakat Bali.Hal tersebut mengakibatkan peningkatan isu-isu keamanan lokal dalam kontekspelestarian budaya, ketegangan antar-kelompok etnis dan keamanan pariwisata.Berangkat dari situasi tersebut, artikel ini membahas bagaimana isu-isu otonomidaerah diinterpretasikan oleh aktor-aktor lokal dalam isu-isu keamanan bersamapada masyarakat Bali; dan melihat bagaimana kesadaran politik dan politikkepemilikan yang dikembangkan oleh aktor-aktor lokal untuk merekonstruksiidentitas kebalian orang Bali. Politik kepemilikan adalah bentuk denaturalisasiperan aktor-aktor lokal untuk mengkonstruksi apa yang mereka sebut “rumah”dan rasa aman dari sudut pandang orang Bali.
Mungkinkah Menganggap Akhir Abad ke-20 Sastra Bali Memasuki Sebuah Era Keemasan? I Nyoman Darma Putra
Jurnal Kajian Bali (Journal of Bali Studies) Vol 1 No 2 (2011): BALI DALAM GLOBALISASI DAN GLOKALISASI
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AbstractIn the last two decades there have been pessimistic views on the futureof Balinese language and literature. These views hold that the youngBalinese generation is not interested in Balinese literature anymore and isreluctant to speak their mother tongue; hence the argument is that soonthis language and literature will be extinct. Close observation, however,shows that there is much evidence to indicate that toward the end ofthe twentieth century or early twenty first century the life of Balineseliterature has been lively, making it possible to argue that this literaturehas entered a new golden era. This article examines and discusses howvigorous Balinese literature has been by showing the lively literary readingand appreciation activities, the growing number of literary writing andpublication, and the emergence of literary appreciation through electronicmass media, especially ‘kidung interaktif’ programs on radio andtelevision stations. This study also discusses the contribution of Balineseliterature to the process of knowledge production and application ofsocial and critical theories.
Pembelajaran Lintas Budaya: Penggunaan Subak sebagai Model “Ecopedagogy” Sang Putu Kaler Surata
Jurnal Kajian Bali (Journal of Bali Studies) Vol 3 No 2 (2013): PARIWISATA BALI DAN WARISAN BUDAYA
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AbstractEcopedagogy is a form of cross-culture learning thatintegrating the socio-ecology principles, cultural literacyand techno-literacy. This paper describes a participatoryaction research (PAR) with utilize the Bali’s traditionalrice farmers organization or subak as place-based learning.Since August 2012 to July 2013, 40 student teachers fromUniversity of Mahasaraswati Denpasar involved in series ofPAR cycles. At the first PAR cycle, students visited ricefieldsand schools to observe and interview farmers, teachers andschool students. They found that the knowledges, attitudesand practices toward sustainable learning of farming systemfrom farmers, teachers, student teachers and students havedecreased significantly. Thus students design learningmaterial by using subak as source of topics, concepts, placesor examples. Its included interactive learning strategies(such as photo-voice and participatory video), learningmodules and a student’s textbook. The learning materialwas implemented, tested and evaluated through series ofaction research in collaboration with school students andteachers. Finally students wrote thesis and scientific paper as other learning outcomes. This PAR showed a simplemodel of community service and research-based learning,in which provide chance for students to enhance theirbasic learning competencies: ability for implementing oftheir concern, attitudes, skills and understanding of certaintopics or problems.
Pola Gridiron Kinship Puri Sukawati sebagai Representasi Penataan Kawasan Kotaraja Akrab Lingkungan Anak Agung Gde Djaja Bharuna S
Jurnal Kajian Bali (Journal of Bali Studies) Vol 2 No 1 (2012): TANTANGAN TATA RUANG BALI
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AbstractPuri is seen as ’ista dewa’- a place for the king. In the era ofancient Java there was no clear difference between puri and pura– ista dewata which is a sacred complex to carry out religiousactivities to worship deva. Puri and pura in Sanskrit mean cit,palace, city centre, kingdom, or settlement that is surroundedby a high wall. But later on, pura develops a new meaning as asacred place for Bali Hindu, while puri still means a palace.As a comparative study, this paper develops its argumentsbased on a literature review and physical observation ofthe Puri Agung Sukawati and its surroundings. This puri islocated in Sukawati District of the Gianyar Regency. This puri/kotaraja still holds a representative historical record. This studyaims at analyzing the intimate relationship between the puriand its environment. This manifests itself particularly in theaccommodation of various social dimensions within the lay outand spatial arrangement of the palace.This paper proposes that Puri Sukawati has a specific spatialpattern. Apart from its spatial structure, the physical layout ofthis kotaraja incorporates as a concept and the philosophy of agridiron planning. Its buildings are designed based on Balinesetraditional architectural principles and its structural compositiondemonstrates an ideal kotaraja/puri plan. This overall strategyrepresents intimacy and is designed in accord with the socialenvironment that each kingdom contains. Furthermore, thisspatial uses and spatial pattern of a puri is a reflection of thecomplexity of its social structure which is represented by thevarious clans who live in it.The spatial hierarchy of Puri Sukawati is therefore set to accommodate various positions, tasks and duties executed byeach clan. Based on archeological and historical evidence, Balinesetraditional architectural forms and practices of Puri Sukawati,including its sacred and profane meanings and symbols, areconsistently discovered in every spatial arrangement. Thisoverall spatial matrix does not come in a single form, but in avariety of different representations.

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