Nurdin, Bartoven Vivit and Damayanti, - and ratnasari, Yuni (2017) MARGA LEGOEN AT WAY URANG : A SUSTAINABLE LOCAL CULTURE OF SAI BATIN ETHNIC OF LAMPUNG AND THE ULUN LAMPUNG IDENTITY IN SOCIAL-POLITICAL CHANGES. In: CASA International Conference 2017, 3-5 September 2017, Hiroshima JAPAN.

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This paper examines the sustainability of an identity of ulun Lampung in social-political change. The method used is ethnography, with an in-depth interview technique and field observation. Lampung consists of various ethnic groups in which Lampung ethnic group covers 11% of Lampung population, which means a minority compared to Javanese which reaches 60%. The arrival of Javanese from the beginning of the colonization era up to the era of transmigration program has completely changed the ethnic composition of Lampung resulting the condition of the native people become a minority in their own country. The problem that arises is how is the marginalization applied to Lampungnese in terms of marginalization of the land, identity and local culture. However, the political situation in Indonesia has provided new changes for the native people and local cultures. Local politics becomes a new force for the identity of local communities. The identity of Ulun Lampung becomes very important for local power and politics, while the preservation of customs and culture becomes a kind of tool in this dynamic. The study was conducted at Marga Legoen, in Way Urang sub district of, Kalianda, South Lampung.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Subjects: G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GN Anthropology
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik (FISIP) > Prodi Sosiologi
Depositing User: Dr Bartoven Vivit Nurdin
Date Deposited: 27 Oct 2017 03:49
Last Modified: 29 Jun 2018 02:35

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