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Kawalu: Journal of Local Culture
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Kawalu: Journal of Local Culture is an interdisciplinary journal that explores the history, politics, economics, linguistics, sociology and anthropology of world’s local culture. The journal brings together original and innovative articles which deploy interdisciplinary and comparative research methods add also welcomes progress reports on research projects, fieldwork notes, book reviews, and notes on conferences. Kawalu: Journal of Local Culture is published by Laboratorium Bantenologi, State Islamic University (UIN) Sultan Maulana Hasanuddin Banten in June and December each year. The journal accepts articles in English and Indonesia.
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Local Politics and the Formation of Sub-National Imagined Communities: Metera, Gde Dwitya Arief
Kawalu: Journal of Local Culture Vol 2 No 1 (2015): January - June 2015
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This essay looks at two cases of cyber citizen organizations namely Tabanan Lovers and Buleleng jengah. The two cyber citizen organizations emerged from some initiatives to organize members of Facebook community who come from the same hometown, namely Tabanan and Buleleng regency in Bali. In their later development, the two Facebook groups evolve into a space as well as a medium for the cyber citizens to voice their critical political aspiration. Early observation shows that the two groups share similar characteristic of becoming “imagined communities” mediated by not necessarily print media, but instead social media like Facebook. A question that this essay would like to suggest as a future research agenda is what necessitates the formation of these “subnational imagined communities” which takes place at the regency level and not at provincial level? Through tracing the history of their conception and through online participatory observation, this essay aims at providing a preliminary discussion to help illuminate the formation of these two sub-national “imagined communities”. More specifically, the discussion points to a link connecting local politics of pilkada and the formation of Tabanan Lovers and Buleleng jengah. Keywords: Local Politics, Tabanan, Bali, Buleleng Jengah 
Identitas yang Terpecah dan Peluang Transformasi Sosial Budaya di Tanah Papua Suryawan, I Ngurah
Kawalu: Journal of Local Culture Vol 2 No 1 (2015): January - June 2015
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Artikel ini mendiskusikan kahadiran modernitas melalui program-program pembangunan dan investasi berimplikasi serius terhadap imajinasi atas identitas diri dan kebudayaan orang Papua. Introduksi modernitas memberikan peluang bagi orang Papua untuk memikirkan gerakan transformasi identitas sosial budayanya. Namun, di tengah identitas yang terpecah itulah justru kompleksitas gerakan transformasi sosial budaya itu terjadi.Artikel ini berargumentasi bahwa kompleksitas permasalahan yang terjadi di Tanah Papua harusnya diuraikan terlebih dahulu untuk mengidentitasikan gerakan transformasi sosial budaya yang memungkinkan untuk dilakukan. Keywords: Identitas, Gerakan, Transformasi sosial budaya, Imajinasi, Kompleksitas 
Reception of Islamic Law On Indigenous Communities: Prawiro, Abdurrahman Misno Bambang
Kawalu: Journal of Local Culture Vol 2 No 1 (2015): January - June 2015
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The first community to accept Islam was the tenant at the coastal areas of Sumatra, Java, Sulawesi, Kalimantan, Maluku, Nusa Tenggara and Papua. After that Islam disseminated to rural areas throughout the country as the consequence of their reception of Islamic law. However, the fact was not all Islamic law accepted and implemented, because they already have customs practiced continuously by hereditary generations long before the arrival of Islam. Some custom in Indonesia, which still survive was practiced by indigenous community such as Baduy and Kampung Naga. This research examines the reception of Islamic law by those indigenous communities. The focus of this study is the elements of Islamic law, the reception pattern of Islamic law, and the factors that influence the reception. The purpose and usefulness of this study was to answer the research questions and describe the two customary of communities as well as bad correlation with the Islamic legal system. The method used is empirical legal study. The data used in this study were the primary data source derived from observation, deep interviews and library research. Research shows that the reception of Islamic law by the community of Baduy in the implementation of Islamic law marriage that is reading the creed of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH records by KUA, especially on the community of Outer Baduy. Reception  in the field of inheritance was limited to the mention of the terms in Islamic inheritance, while the division still follow their customs that divide the estate equally both boys and girls. While the community of Kampung Naga reception occurs in the majority of law and worship in particular muamalah especially in wedding. Islamic law reception process occurs due to internal factors (custom character and creed) and external (social interaction and the power of the state).The researcher formulated the theory of Islamic law reception by the indigenous communities is Reception through Selection-modification, reception of Islamic law by indigenous communities with the selection and  modification. If Islamic law  is in accordance with the accepted custom, when it conflicts then modified to align with traditional values.Keywords: Reception of Law, Legal Anthropology, Indigenous Community, Adat, Islamic Law, Baduy, Kampung Naga and Theory Reception through Selection-modification.   
Pola Asuhan Anak dalam Penanaman Nilai-nilai pada Masyrakat Kampung Naga Ruqayah, Farah
Kawalu: Journal of Local Culture Vol 2 No 1 (2015): January - June 2015
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Tulisan ini menggambarkan tentang pola asuh anak pada masyarakat Kampung Naga melalui penanaman nilai-nilai. Di sini keluarga memiliki peran yang sangat besar dalam menanamkan nilai-nilai. Penelitian dilakukan melalui observasi, wawancara mendalam, dan studi pustaka. Keluarga-keluarga di Kampung Naga berdasarkan mata pencaharian adalah keluarga petani dan keluarga non-petani. Keluarga petani adalah keluarga yang mata pencahariannya bertani, sedangkan keluarga non-petani merupakan keluarga yang mata pencahariannya pedagang, pengrajin anyaman, dan pemandu (tour guide). Pola asuh anak dalam keluarga petani memiliki perbedaan dengan pola asuh anak keluarga non-petani. Keluarga petani menerapkan pola asuh anak otoriter, sedangkan keluarga non-petani menerapkan pola asuh anak demokratis, meskipun pada aspek tertentu menerapkan pola asuh otoriter. This research describes about parenting pattern within Naga Village’s community through the implementing the values. In this community, family has a central role to spread out the values to the member of the family especially for the children. This research is conducted through observation, interview, and library research. Those are families can be categorized based on their livelihood into two parts; farmer and non-farmer. Non-farmer here refers to families who work as a trader, wicker craftsmen, and tour guide.  Related to their parenting pattern, it can be concluded that both of these families are totally different. Farmer families tend to be authoritarian while non-farmer families tend to be democratic but in certain condition they are authoritarian too.Keywords: family, Kampung Naga, child rearing, values 
Preserving Traditional Islamic Thought and Practice: Rohman, Rohman
Kawalu: Journal of Local Culture Vol 2 No 1 (2015): January - June 2015
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This paper tries to construct the role of the codified SÅ«rahYāsÄ«n and TaḥlÄ«l texts in Indonesia.The present paper also attempts to investigate the sequential aspects of the transmission of sÅ«rahYāsÄ«n from the single sÅ«rah until it is compiled with taḥlÄ«l texts and become widely used among traditionalist Muslims in Indonesia. The paper provides the faḍā’il al-a‘māl based on some muslim scholars. Some important questions will be dealt here, namely: why does sÅ«rah YāsÄ«n has a special position? How was sÅ«rahYāsÄ«n and taḥlÄ«l texts compiled in Indonesia? In this paper, I argue that the sÅ«rahYāsÄ«n compiled with taḥlÄ«l texts is sort of textual forms which preserve the traditional Islamic thought and practices in Indonesia. Keywords: SÅ«rahYāsÄ«n and TaḥlÄ«l 
Notes on Conferences Humaeni, Ayatullah
Kawalu: Journal of Local Culture Vol 2 No 1 (2015): January - June 2015
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International Symposium on Religious Literature and Heritage (ISLAGE)

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