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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Idris, Muhammad Zaffwan; Mustaffa, Norsimaa Binti; Yusoff, Syed Osman Syed;
    Country: Indonesia

    The emerging concern on intangible heritage in the International arena reflects the fear of cultural homogeneity, diminishing cultural diversity and human creativity. Cultural heritage is a symbol spiritual and intellectual wealth of a civilization, while intangible cultural heritage is associated to tradition and living expressions. There is a need to preserve these fragile assets so they would someday be oblivious in the modern world. Ironically, the potential strategy in preserving the intangible cultural heritage lies in the current advanced digital technology. This paper highlights major issues and challenges in the intangible cultural heritage preservation through technology, with regards to the content and the purpose associated to it.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Zn, H. T. (Hamzah);
    Publisher: Sunan Ampel State Islamic University
    Country: Indonesia

    Research on the history of Islam and its dissemination on the island of Maluku have hitherto been lacking analytical depth. This paper tries to fill that gap by analysisng four stages in the development of Islam on the Island, referring to approaches to study Islam and Muslims. First, the stage of integration in which Islam tried to incorporate local values and their ramifications. Second, the stage of war and resistance in which the attempts of Islam to become the dominant power on the region face a strong confrontation from the existing power. Third, the stage of reformation and renewal in which Islam interrogates and evaluates itself so as to present itself within the context of Maluku. Fourth, the stage of modern era in which Islam faces challenges not only from other religions mainly Christianity which is equally strong on the island, but also from modernity and its narratives.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Christian, H. (Hans); Agus, M. P. (Mikhael); Suhartono, D. (Derwin);
    Publisher: Bina Nusantara University
    Country: Indonesia

    The increasing availability of online information has triggered an intensive research in the area of automatic text summarization within the Natural Language Processing (NLP). Text summarization reduces the text by removing the less useful information which helps the reader to find the required information quickly. There are many kinds of algorithms that can be used to summarize the text. One of them is TF-IDF (TermFrequency-Inverse Document Frequency). This research aimed to produce an automatic text summarizer implemented with TF-IDF algorithm and to compare it with other various online source of automatic text summarizer. To evaluate the summary produced from each summarizer, The F-Measure as the standard comparison value had been used. The result of this research produces 67% of accuracy with three data samples which are higher compared to the other online summarizers.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Permanasari, K. E. (Katherine); Darjosanjoto, E. T. (Endang); Rachmawati, M. (Murni);
    Publisher: Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology
    Country: Indonesia

    The development of tourism in Indonesia can be classified based on the type of tourism attraction preferred. Bangkalan Regency determine religious tourism as a major tourism destination. This is as affected by the existence of a number of historical relics which are related to the spread of Islam on Madura Island. , It also asserts this Cemetery as urban heritage that must be protected in Bangkalan. This study explores Cemetery Aer Mata, this religious tourism destination layout has not been arranged properly. For this reason, formulation of the zone mapping in the area is needed, in order to be developed as tourism destination that contains a historical value and consistent with regional policy for conservation. An spatial modeling can be develop as tourism strategy by using cognitive mapping techniques.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Oktarina, F. (Freta);
    Publisher: Bandung Institute of Technology
    Country: Indonesia

    Togetherness and tolerance are among Indonesian traditional cultures which are rarely found in urban society today. The research conducted tried to explore the life of kampung settlements in the center of Jakarta in the era of the 1960s - 1990s, and how the population with a rural background built value of togetherness in the middle of a fast growing city which constantly changes. The study is a historical search to observe the metamorphosis of space and the impact on the pattern of society. The research methodology is carried out through archival and literature studies, followed by field observations and interviews with related actors. The study revealed that in the midst of limited space, the alley as a public space in the kampung, no longer acts just as roads and boundaries between houses, but has shifted into the extention of the house and a shared space for people. The boundaries of private and public areas are blurred in the alley and residents apply the rules of tolerance in using space. After all the alley becomes a binding space between residents Kebersamaan dan toleransi adalah budaya tradisional Indonesia yang sudah jarang ditemukan pada masyarakat perkotaan saat ini. Penelitian ini mencoba melacak kehidupan permukiman kampung di pusat Jakarta pada era 1960- 1990-an dan menelusuri bagaimana penduduk dengan latar belakang pedesaan membangun nilai kebersamaan di tengah kota yang tumbuh dengan cepat dan terus berubah. Penelitian ini merupakan telaah sejarah untuk mengamati metamorfosa ruang dan dampaknya pada pola kehidupan sosial masyarakat. Metodologi penelitian dilakukan melalui studi arsip dan literatur yang dilengkapi dengan observasi lapangan serta wawancara dengan para aktor terkait. Penelitian mengungkapkan bahwa di tengah ruang yang terbatas, ruas gang sebagai area publik di permukiman tidak hanya berfungsi sebagai ruas jalan maupun pembatas antarrumah, melainkan telah menjadi area perluasan rumahrumah penduduk dan ruang berbagi antarwarga. Batas-batas antara area privat dan publik telah menjadi kabur, aturan penggunaan gang ditetapkan berdasarkan azas toleransi. Pada akhirnya gang menciptakan ikatan-ikatan antarwarga dan membangun kebersamaan penduduk.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Zanten, W. V. (Wim);
    Publisher: University of Indonesia
    Country: Indonesia

    Collective representations of “time” do not passively reflect time, but time and space are mediated by society. By our social practices, such as making music and dancing, we create time. Different cultural groups may experience and perceive time in different ways, and also within one cultural group the quality of time is not always experienced in the same way. Anthropological studies have shown that in each cultural group different perceptions of time co-exist. For instance, time generally tends to be perceived as both a linear flow and as repetitive. We should not confuse metaphysical and sociological arguments about time: time in music and other performing arts operates at the social and not at the metaphysical level. The essay discusses a variety of social qualities of time and space as it becomes manifest in some performing arts of West Java and the implications for their safeguarding.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Yohanes Hartadi;
    Publisher: Bina Nusantara University
    Country: Indonesia

    Outlaws in their various images have been important parts of history. In Australia, the longest lasting image of outlaws is the bushranger. Despite its popularity, there is a range of depictions of bushrangers and these are not necessarily similar. Interpretation of the bushrangers in colonial time differs from contemporary imagining. This papers aims at unfolding the various interpretations of the bushrangers in different periods in many types of artifact. Information was collected and interpreted by library research. The artifact analysis will be seen through a postmodernism theory by Michel Foucault and Roland Barthes. Since the phenomenon of bushranger stemmed from the colonial period, this study will commence from the period up to contemporary period. It can be concluded that a study of the different periods finds out that knowledge of the bushrangers does not make up a linear history, but rather a discontinuity in the historical narratives.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Anjar Dwi Astuti;
    Country: Indonesia

    African literature has strong relation with colonialism, not only because they had ever been colonized but also because of civil war. Civil Peace (1971), a short story written by Chinua Achebe, tells about how Nigerian survive and have to struggle to live after Nigerian Civil War. It is about the effects of the war on the people, and the “civil peace” that followed. The Nigerian Civil War, also known as the Nigerian-Biafran War, 6 July 1967–15 January 1970, was a political conflict caused by the attempted annexation of the southeastern provinces of Nigeria as the self-proclaimed Republic of Biafra. The conflict was the result of economic, ethnic, cultural and religious tensions among the various peoples of Nigeria. Knowing the relation between the story and the Nigerian Civil War, it is assured that there is a history depicted in Civil Peace. In this article, the writer portrays the history and the phenomenon of colonization in Nigeria by using new historical and postcolonial criticism approaches.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Burhanudin, Jajat;
    Country: Indonesia

    The Malay language is of great importance in understanding Indonesian society and history. As the root of Indonesia's national language, Bahasa Indonesia, the language has become part and parcel of the social-political and cultural formation of the diverse communities throughout Indonesia. Also, the role of the Malay language in Indonesian nation building proceeded alongside the historical course of Islamic development there. In line with the development of Islam in parts of Indonesia and the Southeast Asia region at large, Malay emerged as a lingua franca that was widely used as a media of social interaction, political diplomacy, commerce and, more importantly, Islamic expression. This article discusses the history of the Malay language in relation to its role as the language of Indonesian Muslims. The article also examines the contribution that the language has made, through the course of history, in uniting the people into a single nation-state—Indonesia.Copyright (c) 2014 by SDI. All right reserved.DOI: 10.15408/sdi.v21i3.1219

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Setem, I. W. (I);
    Publisher: Indonesian Institute of the Arts, Denpasar
    Country: Indonesia

    An art has something to do with form and content (shape and the meaning attached to it). When an artist intends to add philosophical value to his creation, he enters two aesthetic exploration spaces; they are the aesthetic concept and the artistic exploration. “The structure of the form shows “the face” of an art work which cannot be separated from how material should be processed, and the “aesthetic structure” treats every “aesthetic thing” as an entity which is caught as a combination of the quality of perception and the common sense processing which are drawn into the metaphysical, ethic, axiological, and epistemological (philosophical) dimensions. Similarly, the ideas which are related to the fine arts of which the subject matter is the overexploitation of the sand mining should be processed in the phases of concepts with aesthetic dimension before they are retransformed in the visual stage; therefore, the creative process and the idioms chosen become highly subjective. It is easy to explain every phase in the creation process, and the visual idioms chosen can be generalized, clarified, verified, and concluded in the level of objectivity. The theoretical conception of the visual value becomes multi interpretations and rich in meaning (positive), as the value of its articulation contains symbols and metaphors.Seni adalah bentuk dan isi (wujud dan makna yang melekat). Ketika pengkarya ingin memberikan bobot filsafati pada karyanya, maka pengkarya memasuki dua ruang penjelajahan estetika, yaitu konsep estetik dan eksplorasi artistik. ”Struktur bentuk” menunjukkan ”wajah” suatu karya seni dengan pengolahan material, sedangkan ”struktur estetik” meletakkan segala hal yang ”estetik” sebagai suatu entitas yang ditangkap dalam keterpaduan antara kwalitas persepsi dengan pengolahan akal budi yang ditarik kedalam dimensi-dimensi metafisik, etik, aksiologik, dan epistemologik (filsafati). Seperti ide-ide dalam seni rupa yang yang bertitik tolak (subject matter) overeksploitasi penambangan pasir, harus diolah dalam tataran konsep-konsep yang berdimensi estetik, kemudian ditransformasikan lagi dalam tataran visual, maka proses kreatif dan pilihan-pilihan idiom-idiom visualnya menjadi sangat subjektif. Tidaklah mudah dijelaskan setiap tahapan dalam proses kreasi dan pilihan idiom-idiom visual tersebut dapat digeneralisir, diklasifikasi, diverifikasi, dan disimpulkan dalam tataran obyektivitas. Pemahaman teoritik kegambaran visikal (nilai visual) menjadi multi interpretasi dan kaya makna (positif), karena nilai kebentukkannya mengandung simbol-simbol dan metafora-metafora.