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THE POWER OF MYTH NYANGGAR JANUR KUNING AT PENGGING BOYOLALI CENTRAL JAVA Sari, Dewi Puspita; Susanto, Dwi; Marimin, Marimin
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Javanese people is closely related to the myth which origin can be traced back to their ancestors. Mythology, somehow, can be used as a system of oral communication which developed overtime in the societies. A site of religious pilgrim in Pengging, Boyolali, Indonesia, or popularly called ?the sanctuary of Yosodipuro I, has been a real evidence of the existence of mythology in Javanese people in the modern age. This holy place attracts many people from many regions because its origin story and its formerly religious figure, Yosodipuro I. The visitors believe that by doing religious pilgrim there, can make their dreams come true. The myth tells how Yosodipuro I, a religious figure, is regarded as a mediator of God to the citizens. The existence of mythology in this modern age, somehow, can be caused by the mindsets of the people. These mindsets have constructed code of signs which come within the self. Using the discourse analysis, this paper tells the motive of the visitors in ?the sanctuary of Yosodipuro I? by examining the ritual process of Nyanggar Janur Kuning, a fortune ? telling. The paper also used Hyper- semiotic to reveal these phenomenon to know that a thing can have many signs. The sign finally reproduces new signs with the unlimited meaning.  The results of the study indicates that people used myth to pursue their dream. Moreover, the visitors change the used-value of this place into the exchange value which represents aspirations.
REVITALISATION OF FEMALE GAMELAN’S PLAYERS IN SEBLANG OF BAKUNGAN A STUDY CASE Serfozo, Agnes; Pitana, Titis Srimuda; Abdullah, Wakit
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The local agricultural spirit of Osing people of Banyuwangi district, East Java produced many of various rites. These function as mediation between human community and supranatural forces to influence the fertility of soils even to guarantee the welfare of the community. Seblang is the oldest among these traditions, still kept and implemented by the villagers of Bakungan as a part of yearly village purification ceremony. The entity of woman as spiritual being associated to fertility and to the food-giving Mother Earth (pertiwi)and rice field goddess (Mbok Srindani)is essential in the Seblang ritual. Woman is also the preserver of local wisdom about ecological equilibrium as the part of the traditional agricultural worldview. In the last two decades myths, beliefs and discourses of Seblang changed, in parallel with the social-, cultural- ecological changes of the regional development leaded by Banyuwangi`s post-reformation government. This changes modificate elements in the original implementation of this rite. One of these changes was the arbitrary exchange of the Seblang`s female gamelan?s players by male ones five years ago. This paper analyzes how the changing power structures of center and periferic caused the marginalisation of female gamelan?s players of Seblang, in a concrete way, howthe dominant patriarchal class ignored the importance of female entity in the Seblang rite through the act of banishing the female gamelan?s players. After five years of their banishment, in 2018 Bakungan women got the opportunity to join again as gamelan?s player in Seblang. Present paper examines how the awareness of community about cultural competency the female gamelan?s players changed positively after Bakungan women were able to articulate their need to participate as musicians in the Seblang rite. This new awareness presents the emerging self-image of Osing woman and forming a change in the earlier male-dominant perspective.
BANTEN’S INDIGENOUS VISUAL STYLE IN THE ILLUSTRATIONS OF SAJARAH BANTEN MANUSCRIPT Ramadina, Savitri Putri; Piliang, Yasraf Amir; Damayanti, Nuning Yanti
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Sajarah Banten is a manuscript presumed to be made in 18th century and associated with the Sultanate of Banten. The Islamic influence was prevalent in the sultanate, such as the way the manuscript was written in Javanese-Arabic letters. This paper aims to research whether there were traces of indigenous Banten or Baduy people?s worldview and culture in the visual style of Sajarah Banten?s illustrations along with the Islamic influence. The research is conducted by applying art critic method to analyse and evaluate the visual style. Result shows that the illustrations contain both Islamic and indigenous Banten visual styles through the application of aniconism principle.
ENVIRONMENTAL GRAPHIC DESIGN OF MPU TANTULAR MUSEUM Masnuna, Masnuna
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The museum is the storage and preservation of cultural heritage and historic objects for the benefit of the study, research, or entertainment. A museum should be able to provide accurate information and adequate facilities. In order for the historical objects and museum facilities to be optimally enjoyed by visitors, the museum requires environmental graphics to assist the course of the visit. Mpu Tantular Museum which is located in Sidoarjo does not yet have sufficient signposts and information boards, causing the visitors to be confused. Then there is the need for environmental graphics to assist the visitors in finding and getting the maximum information. This paper will design the environmental graphics of  Mpu Tantular Museum with a design concept called "Lontar Majapahit". The method used is the preparation stage and the creation phase with 5W + 1H analysis. Thus, visitors get two advantages, namely clear information and environmental graphic design that convey the characteristic of Mpu Tantular Museum.
ORNAMENT VARIETY OF ANIMALSON STONE COFFIN GRAVE (WARUGA); TRACES OF MINAHASA CULTURAL ACCULTURATION Kolibu, Ronald Marthen Pieter; Sachari, Agus; Setiawan, Pindi
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Examining the traces of cultural development in a community means also seeing how cultural acculturation plays a role in the formation of the cultural identity. Minahasa as a cultural community also cannot avoid the penetration of other cultural influences in the formation of Minahasa cultural identity. Megalithic cultural traces that are manifested in the tradition of burying corpses in stone coffin graves are cultural products that exist in Minahasa cultural community. From the beginning as a product of megalithic culture which tended to be plain without ornament variety, in its development the stone coffin graves of Minahasa people later developed into a cultural product that was rich in ornament variety. Knowledge of ornament variety, in the beginning, presented as an expression of Minahasa people. As the penetration of the cultural influences from other culture, the ornament variety on the stone coffin graves of Minahasa people, then more developed and varied. The ornament variety of animals is one of the many ornament types that was found in Minahasa stone coffin grave. The article is the result of a study that inventories various forms of animal ornament in Minahasa stone coffin grave, which then with qualitative research methods and an interpretive approach interpreting the ornament variety of animals in Minahasa stone coffin grave. The focus of the study results is to reveal the meaning that is to be conveyed with the presence of this animal ornament. Interpretation of meaning is obtained through interviews and literature studies that are conducted in this study. The difference in interpretation is one of the challenges in this study. So that the meaning disclosure by the researchers is not absolute, but it still provides a different interpretation space along with the process that are carried out in this study.
THE CREATION OF PATTERN OF MAIN CHARACTERS OF WAYANG BEBER FOR DESIGNING OF THE ICONOF PACITAN AS CITY OF TOURISM Ahmadi, Agus; Sumadi, Sumadi; Murfianti, Fitri; Murwanti, Sri
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Wayang beber is both of a of fine artwork and wayang/puppet show art. In this paper wayang beber is discussed from the point of view of art or craft art in making patterns as designs or references for the realization of works of art with several techniques to adjust the main ingredients. Wayang beber as the original traditional art of Pacitan which contains local wisdom that needs to be conservation efforts, research, creation and innovation.This effort is being done to make  wayang beber is suitable to be used as a source of ideas in the creation of the icon or logo of the Pacitan as a city of tourism. The process of creating this work through stages: problem identification, planning, drawing design, testing and implementation. The results of this drafting were aimed at improving, preserving Pacitan Wayang Beber, which is useful and widely known to the public. This paper is a part of the description of this Art Creation Research with the theme of design or design of tourist icons, through relief designs and sculptures, monument designs / monuments, city garden decoration works, with ideas of form, main characters, ornaments, arrangement patterns, stories and meanings Original Pacitan Wayang Beber. This description describes a part of the creation process in choosing the wayang beber scene, determining the main character, refining the shape and costume of the chosen figure to create a creative, innovative and meaningful Pacitan City Tourism Icon design. The relief works will be made using brass or copper plates. Ikon Pacitan's work can be done for the interior but is more appropriate for the exterior. Based on the identification of the selected wayang beber, the main characters of wayang beber Pacitan namely Dewi Sekartaji, Raden Panji, Naladerma and Tawangalun, were also found ornaments of various motifs of plants typical of Pacitan Wayang Beber. This main character is used as the main subject in the tourist icon design. The Pacitan City Tourism icon / logo is a new creation of wayang Beber combined with the form of gunungan wayang kulit and supplementary decorative motifs. The pattern resulted, is a relief. It was made of brass plate with carving technique and decorated with the technique of sunggingan or coloring by acrylic paint.
THE TEX OF NELLA KHARISMA’S SONGS (A SOSIOLINGUISTIC STUDY) Heriwati, Sri Hesti
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Language principally functions as a medium for expressing ideas, like a singer singing songs through language. Listening to the Nela Kharisma?s  song is very interesting because it uses a lot of language switching and code mixing in its text of the song. Language, according to sociolinguistic views, contains various variations. A sociolinguist emphasizes the relationship between variations and social and situational factor. This affects the language usage of musicians who at any time incorporate linguistic elements outside the original language. In connection with the variety of language usage, someone who is called a bilingual occurs. Sociolinguistics as a linguistic branch views or places the position of language in relation to the use of language. The symptom of switching language use due to the changing situation is called code switching. A code switching talk is usually followed by code mixing, namely the existence of a base code that is used and has an autonomous function. A speaker who speaks more than one language will have the opportunity to mix code. But that does not mean that the speakers who master more languages always apply more code mixing. When a speaker slips a lot of other language into the language he is using, it is called code mixing. The background of the occurrence of the code switching and mixing can be seen from the mixing of the language of a person/character using more than one language. Special characteristics of the speakers will color the code. This paper will talk about the problem of switching from one language to another using sociolinguistic approaches and linguistic analysis methods. The result achieved is to know how far the use of language of Nela Kharisma is with the song text.
THE AUTHENTICITY OF YOGA AS TOURIST SPECIAL INTEREST IN UBUD BALI Wijaya, Putu Urip; Warto, Warto; Wijaya, Mahendra
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This article focuses on the characteristics of authenticity concept of tourist attraction. The purpose of this research was to identify the concept of authenticity of yoga as one of the main tourist attractions in Ubud, Bali. Data was collected in Kundalini Tantra Yoga straight from Master Ketut Arsana at Om Ham Resort and Retreat. The interview resulted in several different perspectives of an authenticity of tourist attraction for the stakeholders such as the business owner, tourist itself and the surrounding people. Ubud as the yoga?s largest tourist attraction in Indonesia has influenced the raising number of visit to Bali especially to learn yoga. This phenomenon has encouraged people, both locals and foreigners, to be the yoga instructors due to the raising demand. This variety of yoga instructors offers a new concept because of the instructor diversity. Research findings: 1) There?s a resistant from foreign tourist who cannot experience the pure, unique and authentic yoga which covered in the local wisdom of Bali due to the shifting from local to foreign instructor 2) This is an unsolved issue for local yoga instructor demands coming from foreign tourist whilst the locals are still reluctant to fill the gap.
WACANA KETERASINGAN PEREMPUAN DALAM NOVEL STENSILAN: STUDI KASUS KARYA ENNY ARROW Anggraini, Ariska Puspita; Susanto, Dwi; Abdullah, Wakit
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Stencil novels were so popular in the 1970s until the end of 1990s, precisely when the new order was existed. One of the most popular stencil novels was written by Enny Arrow. Her masterpiece gives abig impact for the generation. Her works present details of sexual relation and descriptionsof the human body, especially the female body, which can be able to awaken the reader's libido. The cover and illustration of the books often present pictures of sexy women. Uniquely, Enny Arrow's novels were able to get away from the tightness of the New Order regime which conditions for banning and censorship. Historically, during the New Order era women seemed to be printed in the culture of ?controlled by husband'.That?s why the author sees the discourse of alienation in Enny Arrow's works, but how the discourse of alienation described in Enny Arrow's stencil novels? By using theory of power by Foucault, discourse of alienation is understood by the writer as a form of resistance from patriarchal domination that shapes women's understanding.
STUDENTS’ RESPONSE TOWARD CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK IN SPEAKING ACTIVITIES: THE CASE OF UNDERGRADUATE EFL LEARNERS IN SUKOHARJO Arianti, Arin
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Giving feedback is one of the important steps in improving learners? progress in speaking. It is important for students to know how well they are doing as they learn. The objective of this study is to explore the students? response for feedback that they receive in Speaking class. Its subjects were 25 students of English Department in Veteran Bangun Nusantara University of Sukoharjo. Observation and interview were used to its data and the data were analysed qualitatively. The result of this study showed that the students? response for feedback that they receive in Speaking class was taking positive response for repairing and need repairing uptake.STUDENTS? RESPONSE TOWARD CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK IN SPEAKING ACTIVITIES: THE CASE OF UNDERGRADUATE EFL LEARNERS IN SUKOHARJO

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