Criminal Customary Of Baduy Society

THE SPIRIT OF SOCIETY JOURNAL, International Journal of Society Development and Engagement

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Title Criminal Customary Of Baduy Society
Creator Winandi, Woro
Dwirokhmeiti, Endah Lestari
Purnamawati, Shinta Ayu
Description The existence of Baduy community in Lebak Regency is classified into 3 (three) groups, namely: a. Inner Baduy (Urang Kanekes); b. Outer Baduy (Urang Panamping); c. Baduy Dangka. In general, it can be described that the first group called the Baduy Dalam (Urang Kanekes) community is a society that obeys the entire rules or rules set by Pu'un (Kepala Adat). Baduy Dalam community lives in 3 (three) villages of Cibeo, Cikartawana, and Cikeusik. Related to the custom law in Baduy Dalam, for its adherents there is the enforcement of customary law, that is with the enforcement of customary criminal law for the offenders are subject to strict sanctions.One is the customary criminal society Baduy Dalam which provides social crime penalties for the community Banduy In violation of customary law. Philosophically Social work penalty is in harmony with the fifth principle of Pancasila, which is social justice for all the people of Indonesia, in which the value of hard work is included. In carrying out the social work crime, the convicted person is required to work hard in serving the crime. Social work crime is the "indigenous culture" of the Indonesian nation, because in Indonesian customary law is not known criminal deprivation of independence, namely imprisonment and imprisonment. The conformity of values adopted by the Indonesian nation with the values of social work crime is a driving force in the successful implementation of social work crime.
Date 2018-09-30
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source THE SPIRIT OF SOCIETY JOURNAL; Vol 2 No 1 (2018): September 2018
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2018 THE SPIRIT OF SOCIETY JOURNAL

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