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INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS OF THE GUIDED DEMOCRACY (1957-1965) Fakih, Farabi
Lembaran Sejarah Vol 10, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Guided Democracy implemented a series of institutional reforms meant to coordinate national planning and control the civil service. I argue that the development of new institutions may allow for the formation of the New Order state. The article looks at how a highly politicized and very ineffcient state was a precursor to Indonesia?s twentieth- century developmental state. Understanding more about the Guided Democracy state is essential in understanding the New Order state, and thus Indonesian post-colonial history.
REPRESENTATION OF AN EARLY DUTCH COLONIAL STATE IN THE EAST, 1778-1826 Fakih, Farabi
Lembaran Sejarah Vol 9, No 2 (2012)
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This paper is a critical examination of the bi-polaric view of the Indonesian archipelago: Java being the center and the rest of the territory as outer islands. A discourse surrounding the centrality of Java within the conception of Indonesia is created through a variety of mediums, including through education and the arts. Anti-New Order thinkers have attacked this image as part of the way in which the state rams down an essentialist Javanese image to everyone in the archipelago. Yet to say that this was the creation of an elite-Javanese controlled state is misleading. Instead of being a primordial expression of an ur-nationality smothered under the weight of a colonial empire, this paper wants to show that this process was contingent upon a series of historical development in the eitghteenth and early nineteenth century that allowed for the creation of territorial image of a state.
AKAR-AKAR KANAN DARIPADA NASIONALISME INDONESIA: NASIONALISME JAWA DALAM KONTEKS KESEJARAHANNYA Fakih, Farabi
Lembaran Sejarah Vol 11, No 1 (2014)
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This papers explores the thoughts of Javanese nationalists during the early phase of Indonesian nationalism. It will specifcally look into the ideas of Tjipto Mangoenkoesoemo and Noto Soeroto as prototypes of new nationalist sentiments that grew during a period of intense revolutionary fervor, marked by the rise of marxism and fascism throughout the world. By looking at these factors, it wants to situate the global roots of Indonesian nationalism and contextualize Indonesian nationalist history within the global development of the early twentieth century.
STRATEGIES OF RENT SEEKING DURING THE SUKARNO PERIOD: FOREIGNERS AND CORRUPTION, 1950–1965 Fakih, Farabi
Lembaran Sejarah Vol 13, No 1 (2017)
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This articles tries to analyze the corruption strategy that was becoming institutionalized during the Liberal Democracy (1950-1957) and Guided Democracy (1957-1965) period and how the state dealt with these challenges through managerial strategies. Corruption here is seen as a discourse that are often used by new state elite entrant to discredit old elites, especially those with connection to the financial or economic policy makers. The position of foreigners here are central because they provide opportunities for asset transfer or the creation of new assets. By looking at the financial transition from Liberal Democracy to Guided Democracy, the forms of transfer or asset production through corruption or collusion could be discerned.
ECONOMIC CHANGE IN MODERN INDONESIA: COLONIAL AND POST-COLONIAL COMPARISONS Fakih, Farabi
Lembaran Sejarah Vol 13, No 2 (2017)
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PENDAMPINGAN PENDOKUMENTASIAN DAN PENULISAN SEJARAH KELUARGA DI DESA BEJI, NGAWEN, GUNUNG KIDUL Amini, Mutiah; Winardi, Uji Nugroho; Utama, Wildan Sena; Purwanto, Bambang; Wahid, Abdul; Akhyat, Arif; Fakih, Farabi
Bakti Budaya Vol 3, No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Faculty of Cultural Sciences

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AbstractThe Department of History conducted a community service (PkM) on the topic of documenting and writing family history in Beji Village, Ngawen, Gunung Kidul. The PkM activities are conducted by lecturers and students of History in six months in 2019. Writing and documenting family history is carried out in a participatory method by a coloboration with village residents. The PkM activities were carried out in three stages. First, on May 4, 2019 a dialogue was held between the PkM team and the village stakeholders regarding the plan to write and document the family history of Beji Village. Secondly, on July 15, 2019 the PkM team observed the Nyadran process held by the Beji Village community. Third, the PkM team provides assistance in writing family history and documenting important figures who intersect with culture and art, cultural traditions, and multicultural identities in Beji Village. At the end of this PkM activity, a family history of the village leader has produced, namely the family history of Mbah Yatmo, a prayer reader at the Sadranan ceremony in Beji Village.----------AbstrakDepartemen Sejarah melakukan pengabdian kepada masyarakat (PkM) dengan topik pendokumentasian dan penulisan sejarah keluarga di Desa Beji, Ngawen, Gunung Kidul. Seluruh kegiatan PkM dilakukan oleh dosen dan mahasiswa Ilmu Sejarah dalam waktu enam bulan pada tahun 2019. Penulisan serta pendokumentasian sejarah keluarga yang dilakukan secara partisipatif bersama warga. Kegiatan PkM tersebut dilaksanakan dalam tiga tahapan kegiatan. Pertama, pada 4 Mei 2019 diadakan dialog antara tim PkM dan pemangku desa mengenai rencana penulisan dan pendokumentasian sejarah keluarga Desa Beji. Kedua, pada 15 Juli 2019 tim PkM melakukan observasi proses Nyadran yang diselenggarakan oleh masyarakat Desa Beji. Ketiga, tim PkM melaksanakan pendampingan penulisan sejarah keluarga dan pendokumentasian tokoh penting yang bersinggungan dengan kebudayaan dan kesenian, tradisi kultural, dan identitas multikultural di Desa Beji. Pada akhir kegiatan PkM ini dihasilkan contoh penulisan sejarah keluarga tokoh desa, yaitu sejarah keluarga Mbah Yatmo, seorang pembaca doa dalam upacara Sadranan di Desa Beji.