Komitmen Identitas Etnik dalam Kaitannya dengan Eksistensi Budaya Lokal

Tarakanita, Irene and Cahyono, Maria Yuni Megarini (2013) Komitmen Identitas Etnik dalam Kaitannya dengan Eksistensi Budaya Lokal. Jurnal Zenit, 2 (2). ISSN 2252-6749

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Indonesia is an archipelagic nation which has approximately 1128 race, with plenty of cultural diversity and varied, each region contributing to the local distinctiveness of the culture in the form of customs, language, architecture, music, dance, decoration, fashion district, traditional food, and others. History shows us about how the local arts of the past are able to adapt the art that comes from outside and is able to transform the local culture in Indonesia, and has produced many stunning works of art in the form of prehistoric art, classical and traditional arts other. The values of life that grows in society tribes in the area of Indonesia, which relies on the wisdom of the natural environ-ment is a source of cultural wealth of a nation that needs to be maintained and preserved. Indonesia is a cha-llenge for artists today to be able to create works of art that has the characteristics or character in his work, with roads dug indigenous people of Indonesia to be imple-mented in his artwork. The methods used in this research was a descriptive method. Statistical test used is Spearman Rank correlation coefficient. The measuring instrument used to measure the ethnic identity in shape of the questionnaire, and translated from Multiple Ethnic Identity Measure (MEIM). Measurements performed on the entire population of 200 students. Based on statistical data processing, obtained the results were: 15.5% of students at the stage of Achieved, 71% of students are on stage Examined, and 13.5% of students at the stage of unexamined. There are variations of ethnic identity views at First Year Students in "X" University in Bandung were based on ethnic background of each student. Ethnic groups that have the most significant Achieved ethnic identity occurs in students from Sundanese.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Ethnic Identity, Late adolescence, Ethnics
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Depositing User: Perpustakaan Maranatha
Date Deposited: 21 Oct 2013 01:56
Last Modified: 21 Oct 2013 01:56
URI: http://repository.maranatha.edu/id/eprint/4387

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