TOLERANSI BERAGAMA (KAJIAN STUDI BUDAYA PELA MASYARAKAT ADAT NEGRI BATU MERAH DAN NEGRI PASSO)

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Title TOLERANSI BERAGAMA (KAJIAN STUDI BUDAYA PELA MASYARAKAT ADAT NEGRI BATU MERAH DAN NEGRI PASSO)
 
Creator Assagaf, Ye Husen
 
Description ABSTRACT

This paper is a critical effort made to respond to the reality of what happened in Maluku related to the widespread development of capitalism. With reviews that uses narrative approach, then this article seeks to present issues related to the influence of capitalism and the hegemonic power (governmental) on the Maluku people who have an impact on the welfare and comfort of their lives, a small community. It must be recognized that this writing is still far from eligibility as a good writing. However, with the existing shortcomings we try to explain it, assisted by the use of the theory of the takeover secretly (the silent take over), Hertz and hegemony (Gramsci), so this article can explain about problems multiulturalisme as teriadi in Maluku.

Keywords: Capitalism, Hegemony of Power, Multiculturalism, Small Community Rights
 
Publisher IAIN Ambon
 
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Date 2022-03-02
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://jurnal.iainambon.ac.id/index.php/DT/article/view/1231
10.33477/dj.v11i1.1231
 
Source DIALEKTIKA; Vol 11, No 1 (2018): DIALEKTIKA; 31-55
2685-791X
1858-3679
10.33477/dj.v11i1
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://jurnal.iainambon.ac.id/index.php/DT/article/view/1231/720
 
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