Law Enforcement Against Fighting Group By Native In West Papua

Pattimura Law Journal

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Title Law Enforcement Against Fighting Group By Native In West Papua
Creator Ratih, Irna Indira
Subject Fighting Group; Civil War; Crime
Description The fundamental research conducted by looking at the phenomenon of group fights and how ethnocentrism and conflict influence each other indigenous ethnic groups in West Papua. This study used descriptive qualitative method, through field studies (in-depth interviews) and literature study. The results showed that with a low level of understanding of the history of the conflict supported ever experienced by the perpetrators of communication, there is a trend of negative information transformation process to be effective. So as to absorb the negative information, aspects of ethnocentrism group members appear. The emergence of these aspects lead to the awareness and solidarity groups to join forces in-group. Other findings also showed that the factors causing conflict among indigenous ethnic groups in West Papua can be summarized in two points, namely; The first tendency puts another group at a level lower social interaction, and the second is the attempt appointment of existence itself by an ethnic group seeking recognition coupled behavior (respect) from inside and outside the group by scapegoating other groups. In the indigenous ethnic group communication, attitude and behavior aspects play a role in the formation of a negative message, based on the main factors. The tendency of formation of the group because of its frequency along the occurring hereditary. Related conflict and ethnocentrism, can be drawn that the results of the analysis found the substance also major causal relationship. Where, a communal conflict can result from the manifestation of ethnocentrism aspects into forms of behavior conflict. In contrast with the presence of conflict can also strengthen or weaken ethnocentrism.
Publisher Faculty of Law, Pattimura University
Date 2016-09-01
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article

Format application/pdf
Source Pattimura Law Journal; VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1, SEPTEMBER 2016; 60 - 66
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2016 Irna Indira Ratih

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