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KOMODIFIKASI PROSESI PERNIKAHAN ADAT JAWA DI MALANG (Studi pada Masyarakat Desa Ngajum Kecamatan Ngajum Kabupaten Malang )

EKASARI, RIRIN (2011) KOMODIFIKASI PROSESI PERNIKAHAN ADAT JAWA DI MALANG (Studi pada Masyarakat Desa Ngajum Kecamatan Ngajum Kabupaten Malang ). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Commodification wedding procession resulting dilution of the customs that exist in the village of Ngajum. Wedding procession which is considered sacred now changed into something sold traded, so the wedding procession which used to have value in order for people who do wedding procession is now shifted to selling a very high value on public life Ngajum Village. People in the village used to always do Ngajum rituals that exist in a wedding procession, and always uphold the tradition but has a tendency now almost faded. Dilution of these customs, due to the influence of commodification in the procession pernikahan.Di the wedding procession there are various kinds of rituals performed, there can be expensive to distinguish between cheap. If the wedding procession is held with a full and luxurious, the tariff will also be expensive, as well as the wedding procession is conducted with the simple fare was cheap. The rates will be required upon request of people who want to perform the wedding procession. Type of study was a descriptive qualitative study was conducted in which the location of the Village District Ngajum Ngajum Malang. Data collection technique used observation, interviews (Open Interview), and Documentation. As research subjects selected 14 people Ngajum Village. This subject in selected based on the formulation of the researcher lift. This subject is a shaman manten, makeup manten, people who want to perform marriages, people who are already married. Marx in his theory of commodity which is to be exchanged commodities of value in order to sale value, which in Marx's theory that the commodity is rooted in the materialist orientation, in connecting with this study that the wedding procession which used to have a use value to people's lives now become selling points in community life. Marx also defines commodification as callous cash payment. As performed by dressing manten they provide rates that are not only on the JV that is not in the know it but people in the know were given the same tariff. The process of commodification is the process of transforming use values into exchange value. All because of the commodification of the wedding procession in the village of Ngajum. The study found the commodification of traditional Javanese wedding procession in the village Ngajum which can occur due to factors manten cosmetology education, factors of the immigrant population from urban to rural, and people want a practical factor in implementing the wedding procession. That was all that resulted in the commodification of the wedding procession. From there came the commodification of commodification of forms which was not there now exist such as wedding organizer, photo prawedding, western clothing culture, and individual packages. It all resulted in a wedding procession that has now changed to use value selling points. Marriage is considered sacred procession turned into sesuati now that the perjual traded. Its impact is resulting in the dilution of the commodification of marriage procession wedding customs in the village and the dilution of a sense of kinship Ngajum which used to be a sense of high kekeluaragaan money now because they do not think a sense of kinship it again.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HM Sociology
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Science > Department of Sociology (69201)
Depositing User: Gusti Vani Putri Cahya
Date Deposited: 12 Feb 2015 13:59
Last Modified: 12 Feb 2015 13:59

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