Profil Pranata Sosial Komunitas Suku Nuaulu

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Title Profil Pranata Sosial Komunitas Suku Nuaulu
Creator Manuputty, Anike J. M.
Nahuway, Lodewyk
Description ABSTRACT
Social institutions are rules that apply in regulating human behavior in acting based on considerations of norms and values ​​that live in the life of society. This study aims to determine the existence and benefits of socio-cultural institutions in the Nuaulu tribe community. Data collection techniques with observation and in-depth interviews. Research informants came from elements of the state government, traditional leaders, youth leaders, educators and community leaders.
The results of the data analysis concluded that hereditary customs strongly influenced the life of the Nuaulu people with the loyalty of the people in carrying out the prevailing institutions. The economic system and the community's livelihood system are farming, processing sago, gathering and laboring. The socio-cultural institutional arrangements are in the form of an adult ceremony for boys (Brokeneri), an adult ceremony for girls (pinamou), a wedding ceremony, a pregnancy ceremony, a birth ceremony, a haircut ceremony (tihtikuau) and a funeral ceremony. The structure of the kinship system is a patrilineal (male lineage) and it is not required to have intermarriage. Religious institutions and beliefs are tribal religions. Educational institutions, knowledge, and technology are based on experience (local knowledge) from generation to generation, and children of school age have attended various levels of education to tertiary education.
 Keywords: Social Institutions, Nuaulu Tribe Community.
Publisher Lembaga Penelitian & Pengabdian Masyarakat (LPPM) STIA Said Perintah
Date 2021-07-27
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source PUBLIC POLICY (Jurnal Aplikasi Kebijakan Publik & Bisnis); Vol 2 No 2 (2021): Public Policy (Jurnal Aplikasi Kebijakan Publik & Bisnis); 1-18
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 PUBLIC POLICY (Jurnal Aplikasi Kebijakan Publik & Bisnis)

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