Miswanto .; Desmayeti Arfa (2016)
M. Rifqinizamy Karsayuda (2017)
There are no general solutions to the problem of culturally divided countries. Every solutions will need to be costum tailored the features of each country. (Robert A Dahl)
Zainal Arifin (2014)
Anthropology as a science that examines the social and cultural phenomenon, its development continues to progress on the perspective used. In recent developments,socio-cultural phenomenon is seen as a symbolic phenomenon, so the approach ismore oriented to read the symbolic phenomenon. This article tries to give an overviewseveral approaches developed by anthropologists in understanding the symbolic phenomena.
Rawa - El Amady (2015)
Important lesson of the two in the ethnographic work even when doing ethnographic research, ethics and emic is not a separate thing. Both are an integral part in the research process as well as in his writing. So, in an ethnographic work could not leave ethics, or leave emic, but they must appear in accordance with periodesasinya respectively
Yevita Nurti (2017)
This article is a literature study explain about the study of food, food habits and nutrition in the Anthropology perspective. The food and nutrition studies reviewed in this article only suggests some examples, which are considered popular and represent the themes in food discussion. The discussion starts from the beginning of anthropologist interest about food in culture until the process it.
Syaiful - Kasman (2015)
Pig has always been an important dishes are always available in religious ceremony in Mentawai Ethnic. Starting from marriage, death, an inauguration of the new house (uma), birth of a child ceremony. Virtually every traditional ceremony (Punen) there is always a pig as consumption of religious ceremony
Erwin . (2014)
The results showed that in general, street children are either dropouts at primary school, junior high or high school. Coaching program street children who do not maximized, look at the level of independence of street children after obtaining coaching are relatively low. The causes: First, the relatively short development time. Second, the educational scholarship program at a halfway house coaching stops since 2008. Third, provincial and municipal governments, dependent on funds from the cent...
Edi Indrizal (2014)
This article is an introduction to introduce one of the methods, techniques and tools as well as the work known as“Participatory Rural Appraisal” or also known as “PRA”. PRA is useful to identify the condition, needs, problems and potential development opportunities in rural areas as well as efficient and thorough. Due to its practical usefulness, PRA also commonly used by practitioners and activists participatory development approach in terms of facilitating local agency staff, other field p...
Fajri Rahman (2016)
This article will try to explain how agricultural transformation that occurred in Dukuh Sipetung, Tlogopakis, District Petungkriyono, Pekalongan Central Java. Agricultural transformation is basically the process of change in various aspects of agriculture. In this paper, there are three aspects that cause the transformation: population growth, market dynamics, and development agendas faced by society Sipetung. In addition, also described how people in Sipetung respond and interpretation the ...
Zulkarnain Harun (2014)
This paper discusses the Impact of Development of MIFAN, Padang Panjang to the socio-economic life of the community. This paper departs from the rising number of tourists coming to the Serambi Mekkah City, since the city to build an object Family Tourism namely MIFAN Waterpark. With the increase in tourist arrivals to Padang Panjang, namely attractions water and dry objects