Melemahnya Budaya Jamu Cekok di Kelurahan Pare

Jurnal Antropologi: Isu-Isu Sosial Budaya

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Title Melemahnya Budaya Jamu Cekok di Kelurahan Pare
Melemahnya Budaya Jamu Cekok Di Kelurahan Pare
 
Creator Zulaikha, Siti
Hadi, Nur
Gita Purwasih, Joan Hesti
 
Subject Cultural Studies; Social Problems; Development and Enviromental Studies
Jamu; Cekok; Culture; Children; Pare
Sociology
Socio-cultural
 
Description Jamu is a traditional medicine that has been widely known by the Indonesian people. One kind of herbal medicine is now rarely used, namely herbal suppression. The term cekok comes from the Javanese language which means to drink by force. The purpose of this study is to describe how the weakening of the herbal medicine culture in Pare Village. Research using ethnographic qualitative methods with interview and observation techniques. The results of this study indicate that the community sees the existence of herbal suppressants. However, there are not as many devotees as before. As an analytical technique, the author uses an anthropological perspective on medical health behavior according to Notoatmodjo to explain the data found. Data analysis used is the data used, data reduction, and data presentation in the form of descriptions. This study shows that the weakening of the herbal medicine culture, including the number of more modern dietary supplements for children; parents who do not have the heart to do the prostitution process; and the knowledge of parents about the recipe for making the herbal-punching herb
Jamu is a traditional medicine that has been widely known by the Indonesian people. One kind of herbal medicine is now rarely used, namely herbal suppression. The term cekok comes from the Javanese language which means to drink by force. The purpose of this study is to describe how the weakening of the herbal medicine culture in Pare Village. Research using ethnographic qualitative methods with interview and observation techniques. The results of this study indicate that the community sees the existence of herbal suppressants. However, there are not as many devotees as before. As an analytical technique, the author uses an anthropological perspective on medical health behavior according to Notoatmodjo to explain the data found. Data analysis used is the data used, data reduction, and data presentation in the form of descriptions. This study shows that the weakening of the herbal medicine culture, including the number of more modern dietary supplements for children; parents who do not have the heart to do the prostitution process; and the knowledge of parents about the recipe for making the herbal-punching herb.
 
Publisher Universitas Andalas
 
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Date 2021-06-07
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

ethnographic qualitative methods
Observation; Interview ; survey
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://jurnalantropologi.fisip.unand.ac.id/index.php/jantro/article/view/587
10.25077/jantro.v23.n1.p47-57.2021
 
Source Jurnal Antropologi: Isu-Isu Sosial Budaya; Vol 23, No 1 (2021): (June); 47-57
Jurnal Antropologi: Isu-Isu Sosial Budaya; Vol 23, No 1 (2021): (June); 47-57
2355-5963
1410-8356
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://jurnalantropologi.fisip.unand.ac.id/index.php/jantro/article/view/587/166
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Siti Zulaikha
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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