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Tabu dalam Budaya Banjar (Analisis Pendidikan Islam)

Sholihin, Rahmat (2018) Tabu dalam Budaya Banjar (Analisis Pendidikan Islam). Disertasi, Pascasarjana.

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Nowdays, taboo language tends to be understood as a myth set in the form of parental counsel for an unusual or abstinent action. The debate on taboo between the old and the young generation which is based on differences in mindset should be sought to bridge the gaps. The number of tribes in Indonesia has a variety of cultures. This cultural wealth shows the diversity of Banjar culture is one of them. Banjarmasin, Martapura and Amuntai areas have a distinctive typology in responding to taboo issues in Banjar culture. The conception of taboo to be understood as to local meaning is a genius wisdom which is necessary. As the proverb says ‘Where the land is stepped, there the sky is upheld. This research is field research with anthropology approach and analysis of Islamic education. This Research is located in three areas, they are: Banjarmasin, Martapura and Amuntai. This research is also focused on:the conception of taboo in Banjar culture, its category according to Banjar culture, Banjar attitudes toward various taboos that developed in the society of the three areas (Banjarmasin, Martapura and Amuntai), as well as the perspective of Islamic education in addressing the development of taboo in Banjar culture. The concept of taboo in Banjar Culture is like two sides of a coin, indistinguishable but inseparable. On the one hand, abstinence contains the dreaded plague (misfortune) when done, so the suggestion is "not doable". While on the other hand, the taboo in Banjar Culture also contains the intention to obtain luck (fortune), so the suggestion is "doable’ (meaning to do). In this study, the writer categorizes the taboo into seven major groups: taboo in marriage, taboo on birth, taboo on death, taboo on agriculture and livestock, taboo on the field of repetition, taboo on trade and services, and taboos on the diversity of life. The attitude of Banjareses are very open, flexible and considerring the myth of all forms of illogical things. However, they acknowledge the benefits of a ban labeled "pamali" with logical and reasonable reasons. While the attitude of the Martapura people are very dominant with the charismatic Old Teacher. While for Amuntai people, there is still a tradition of bathing in Candi Agung by some Muslims with various intentions and purposes, such as: want to recover from illness and various intentions. In the analysis of Islamic education, taboo culture reflects moral teachings about the concept of good and bad. While applicable in everyday practical life, taboo culture in Banjar society teaches many things related to education in accordance with the teachings of Islam, such as: discipline, management, as well as obedient and disobedient norms. The essence to understand the meaning of a prohibition is to educate individuals to be obedient to the rules (norms) that apply according to values that believed to be the true good and the common worth.

Item Type: Disertasi
Subjects: G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GN Anthropology
L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: DR Rahmat Sholihin
Date Deposited: 20 Sep 2018 01:18
Last Modified: 20 Sep 2018 01:22
URI: http://idr.uin-antasari.ac.id/id/eprint/10663

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