Aprilia, Dina (2006) BUDAYA JUJURAN DALAM PERKAWINAN ADAT BANJAR. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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This research was triggered by the desire to know how the indigenous culture of honesty marriage in terms of outlook Banjar Banjar tribe as a party man who is charged to provide honesty as a dowry to the woman. The purpose of this research is to know the perception of men Banjarese against traditional marriage honesty Banjar culture, how the position of men in a culture of honesty tribe Banjar, Banjar tribe men feeling a married just before her application process first, socio-psychological impact for men Banjarese after running the honesty culture . This research is a qualitative research procedure produces descriptive data in the form of words written or oral respondent. Data collection methods of this study is an interview technique. The subject of this research are four men in the tribe Banjar Banjarmasin aged 18-40 years old, married with a woman Banjar tribe, and age of marriage is not more than five years. From the results, perceptions of male tribal culture of honesty in the Banjar of traditional marriage is an obligation Banjarese man who must be executed within marriage, is a culture that has been handed down which is run by the tribal community is the pride of Banjar and if carried in her marriage, as a form of respect for women who will marry, is a culture that is very burdensome and difficult man Banjarese in performing marriage. From the research also found that the position of men in a culture of honesty Banjar tribe is men have a high status because the guy who gives to the woman's honesty, other than that the perceived position of men in a culture of honesty is a party that is pressed by the female because that determines the amount of honesty requested. Another result obtained is that the feelings of men towards the application of Banjar tribe is anxious and afraid for fear that the requested amount of dishonesty can not be met by the man, except that there are subjects who felt indifferent face application process because of the awareness that honesty is executed just a formality . Based on the results of the study also found that men received social impact after running the cultural Banjarese honesty is a positive assessment in the form of praise and a negative assessment in the form of satire that comes from society, while the psychological impact after running the culture of honesty is feeling happy to avoid the negative assessment of community, as well as a sense of cultural pride by running honesty raise self-esteem in the eyes of society.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology|
|Depositing User:||Rayi Tegar Pamungkas|
|Date Deposited:||04 Jun 2012 02:36|
|Last Modified:||04 Jun 2012 02:36|
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