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Paradigma, Jurnal Kajian Budaya
Published by Universitas Indonesia
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Jurnal ini menerima artikel asli mengenai berbagai masalah penting dalam ilmu pengetahuan budaya, yang mencakup tetapi tidak terbatas pada filsafat, ilmu susastra, arkeologi, antropologi, linguistik, sejarah, cultural studies, filologi, seni, ilmu perpustakaan dan informasi yang berfokus pada pengkajian dan penelitian Indonesia. Paradigma, Jurnal Kajian Budaya berupaya memuat campuran seimbang artikel mengenai penelitian teoretis atau empiris yang berkualitas tinggi, studi kasus, tinjauan pustaka, kajian komparatif, dan makalah eksporatoris. Semua naskah yang diterima akan diterbitkan baik dalam jaringan maupun tercetak.
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Belajar Sejarah Kolonial melalui Pameran Koleksi Lukisan Jadoel Suratminto, Lilie
Paradigma, Jurnal Kajian Budaya Vol 1, No 1 (2010)
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Pictures or paintings of high-rank officials hanged in government or public offices are not only a recent phenomenon. Francois Valentijn (1724-1726) wrote in his book, Oud en Neuw Oost Indien, the common practice of hanging pictures or paintings of high-rank officials even in the eighteenth century in Indonesia when the East India Company (VOC) had its power over the land. The Fatahillah Historic Museum in Jakarta has kept all the pictures and paintings of the Dutch Indies officials from the time of the East India Company (VOC) to 1942. The curriculum vitae of those persona is a corpus for research on some aspects of the Indonesian colonial history.
Aspek Islam dalam Turisme Kolonial di Jawa Sunjayadi, Achmad
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Despite some vital and interwoven cultural elements of the colonial Dutch East-Indies, the existence of Islam has never been brought up as part of the local culture. Since Islam in the colony was perceived with prejudice, the colonial government considered that it was not important to mark the contribution of Islam in the culture of the Indies. The paper reveals that there has been little information published by the colonial travel bureau on the Islamic spiritual aspects, despite the fact that there were some records written by foreign tourists who were interested in the practice of Islam. The tourist bureau favored Islamic architecture and featured the Hindu influence on Islam
Islam Fobi dan Aksi-aksi Radikal Iskandar, Mohammad
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During the Dutch colonial government, social protests under the leadership of some Islamic ulamas were suppressed ruthlessly. In 1710, during the time of the East India Company (VOC), some farmers from Jampang, Sukabumi led by two ulamas rebelled against the Company. Even after the Diponegoro war in Java in 1883, in 1885-1888 there were farmers fighting against the colonial government in Ciomas, Banten and the war was named a holy war, fi sabililah war, and so were in 1904 in Aceh and in 1919 in Cimareme, Garut. Since Islamophobia became a modern phenomenon, and it did not only happen in recent occurrence of the post World Trade Center tragedy, it has been taken place even in the past. The general colonial policy was cautious against Islam and it barred the growth of pesantren, or the religious schools, and marginalized them for its anti-modernist stand. Indonesia, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia indirectly labeled Islam as terrorists.
Eksperimen Pembuatan Beliung Persegi Akbar, Ali
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Writing a research paper does not only use three steps, such as analysis, explanation and conclusion, but it may also use analogy. It assumes two phenomena, individual or inter-related, similar. Analogizing method uses historic, ethnographic, and experimental sources. Experimental analogy, in particular, is done by duplication. For example, it is conducted by making a stone tool, which implies that there is a collective knowledge about the characteristics of the raw material and their relations to human. Despite the fact that prehistoric archeological remnants, such as the rectangular adze, were found in different areas in Indonesia, there had not been many who knew about process of making them, and the people who used them. The experimental duplication was done repetitively, gradually, and systematically. Repetition of the production of rectangular adze is made in order to be able to draw a general conclusion. The raw materials that are used are chert, metalimestone, limestone, chalcedony, jasper, and obsidian. A rectangular adze is produced after some steps are taken: firstly, preparing the raw material and the tool, secondly, shaping, and thirdly, molding.
Bendera Macan Ali Koleksi Museum Tekstil Jakarta Haris, Tawalinuddin
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The Textile Museum of Jakarta in Tanah Abang preserves a ragged animal calligraphy embroidered in indigo banner framed in white silk cloth of the Cirebon Sultanate made in 1797. The old bunting has three pictures of “Ali” Tiger painted in Arabic letters, a double-edged Sword of Zulfakar, four magical square boxes decorated with Arabic inscription, and Arabic letters quoted from the Quran on five-cornered stars. The paper describes the significance of the regalia: it does not only function as the symbol of sovereignty of the Cirebon Sultanate, but it also has a magical power to protect the kingdom.
Masyarakat Dayak di Kesultanan Kutai pada Abad Ke-19 Ahyat, Ita Syamtasiyah
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The Dayak people of Kalimantan, who have occupied in the territory of Kutai Sultanate, the water kingdom along the riverbank and the upper course of the Mahakam, live by trading in the river ways. The Dayak people consist of eleven tribes; the Kenyah, Kayan, Bahau, Tunjung, Benua, and Bentian, were only some of them. They were governed under the sovereignty of the Sultanate of Kutai which had made easier for the colonial government to subdue the territory. However, the people of Kutai found ways to accept the Dayak, and vice versa. They sold forest produce, such as resin, birds’ nests,rice, and wax. At the time when the Dutch annexed the area under her state, the Dayak was prohibited to do business, and the Dutch became the sole proprietor of the region, exploiting rattan besides others.
Kampanye Iklan Layanan Masyarakat Produksi PNRI Laksmi, Laksmi
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This study examines the message of the public services announcement (PSA) produced by PNRI. The PSA are supposed to encourage audiences to read books to improve their live. Indonesian society is known as oral tradition, meanwhile, reading habit helps people develop a critical thinking. I use qualitative approach to analyze dialogues, characters, virtual images, and information. The aim of the study is to understand how PSA is produced, communicated, and consumed by people. This research analyses meaning construction of reading and its relevance to welfare. I collect the data from seven PSA and analyze them by critical discourse analysis method. The first finding is that people understand partially the message: they understand that library and reading are important for their life. But they do not understand the relevancy between reading and improving their live. Second finding, most of society belief that they learn knowledge not necessary from the books, but they can gain it from parents, friends, religion, and television. Meanwhile, PSA reveals social reality that there are different values between society and PNRI. The contradictions of values become barriers to deliver the message of the importance of reading. The recommendation for it is to improve technique of campaign.

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