Famari (Penghinaan Berujung Pada Tradisi Yang Mampu Menyebabkan Sanksi/Denda Adat, Tradisi Pada Masyarakat Misool Barat, Kepulauan Raja Ampat)


*Muhamad Yusuf - Institut Agama Islam Negeri Fattahul Muluk Papua, Jayapura, Indonesia
Muhammad Syukri Nawir - Institut Agama Islam Negeri Fattahul Muluk Papua, Jayapura, Indonesia
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Abstract

One of the traditions that exist in the people of the West Misool islands is the Famari tradition. This tradition is usually carried out when someone from another village humiliates people from another village. This tradition is a tradition from generation to generation, but is only an oral story and has never been written into a written story. This study aims to determine the implementation model of the Famari tradition in communities in West Misool District, Raja Ampat Islands, and the methods used by indigenous peoples to maintain the Famari tradition in West Misool District, Raja Ampat Islands. This research is a qualitative descriptive study using a social phenomenological paradigm. Sources of data for analyzing research problems were obtained from two sources, namely: primary data and secondary data. The results show that the origin of the Famari tradition was created by the ancestors of the West Misool community in creating order, in which there are universal values such as the principle of mutual cooperation, human social function and property in society, consent as a general power, the principle of representation and deliberation. What causes the emergence of the Famari tradition is that in restoring moral balance, it creates collective awareness from community groups to neutralize differences. The Famari tradition does not see the time when it must be carried out, the form of fines in the Famari tradition is determined based on an agreement, the number of people who follow the tradition has no clear limit. Customary fines payment techniques in the Famari tradition are carried out after the party. Without an official invitation, residents came and got involved, to take part in Famari activities. The Famari tradition was created to avoid degrading other social groups, where there are sanctions as punishment for those who are guilty and restore moral balance in society.

 

Keywords

Famari; Traditions; Indigenous

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APA: Yusuf, M., & Nawir, M.S. (2021). Famari (Penghinaan Berujung Pada Tradisi Yang Mampu Menyebabkan Sanksi/Denda Adat, Tradisi Pada Masyarakat Misool Barat, Kepulauan Raja Ampat). SASI, 27(1), 1-11. DOI: https://doi.org/10.47268/sasi.v27i1.225.
IEEE: M. Yusuf, and M.S. Nawir, "Famari (Penghinaan Berujung Pada Tradisi Yang Mampu Menyebabkan Sanksi/Denda Adat, Tradisi Pada Masyarakat Misool Barat, Kepulauan Raja Ampat)", SASI, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 1-11, Mar. 2021. Accessed on: Nov. 30, 2022. [Online]. Available DOI: https://doi.org/10.47268/sasi.v27i1.225
Harvard: Yusuf, M., and Nawir, M.S., (2021). "Famari (Penghinaan Berujung Pada Tradisi Yang Mampu Menyebabkan Sanksi/Denda Adat, Tradisi Pada Masyarakat Misool Barat, Kepulauan Raja Ampat)". SASI, Volume 27(1), pp. 1-11. [Online]. Available DOI: https://doi.org/10.47268/sasi.v27i1.225 (Accessed on: 30 November 2022)
Chicago: Yusuf, Muhamad, and Muhammad Syukri Nawir. "Famari (Penghinaan Berujung Pada Tradisi Yang Mampu Menyebabkan Sanksi/Denda Adat, Tradisi Pada Masyarakat Misool Barat, Kepulauan Raja Ampat)." SASI 27, no. 1 (March 24, 2021): 1-11. Accessed November 30, 2022. doi:10.47268/sasi.v27i1.225
Vancouver: Yusuf M, Nawir MS. Famari (Penghinaan Berujung Pada Tradisi Yang Mampu Menyebabkan Sanksi/Denda Adat, Tradisi Pada Masyarakat Misool Barat, Kepulauan Raja Ampat). SASI [Internet]. 2021 Mar 24 [cited 2022 Nov 30];27(1):1-11. Available from: https://doi.org/10.47268/sasi.v27i1.225
MLA 8th: Yusuf, Muhamad, and Muhammad Syukri Nawir. "Famari (Penghinaan Berujung Pada Tradisi Yang Mampu Menyebabkan Sanksi/Denda Adat, Tradisi Pada Masyarakat Misool Barat, Kepulauan Raja Ampat)." SASI, vol. 27, no. 1, 24 Mar. 2021, pp. 1-11, doi:10.47268/sasi.v27i1.225. Accessed 30 Nov. 2022.
BibTeX:
@article{SASI225,
			author = {Muhamad Yusuf and Muhammad Nawir},
			title = {Famari (Penghinaan Berujung Pada Tradisi Yang Mampu Menyebabkan Sanksi/Denda Adat, Tradisi Pada Masyarakat Misool Barat, Kepulauan Raja Ampat)},
			journal = {SASI},
			volume = {27},
			number = {1},
			year = {2021},
			keywords = {Famari; Traditions; Indigenous},
			abstract = {One of the traditions that exist in the people of the West Misool islands is the Famari tradition. This tradition is usually carried out when someone from another village humiliates people from another village. This tradition is a tradition from generation to generation, but is only an oral story and has never been written into a written story. This study aims to determine the implementation model of the Famari tradition in communities in West Misool District, Raja Ampat Islands, and the methods used by indigenous peoples to maintain the Famari tradition in West Misool District, Raja Ampat Islands. This research is a qualitative descriptive study using a social phenomenological paradigm. Sources of data for analyzing research problems were obtained from two sources, namely: primary data and secondary data. The results show that the origin of the Famari tradition was created by the ancestors of the West Misool community in creating order, in which there are universal values such as the principle of mutual cooperation, human social function and property in society, consent as a general power, the principle of representation and deliberation. What causes the emergence of the Famari tradition is that in restoring moral balance, it creates collective awareness from community groups to neutralize differences. The Famari tradition does not see the time when it must be carried out, the form of fines in the Famari tradition is determined based on an agreement, the number of people who follow the tradition has no clear limit. Customary fines payment techniques in the Famari tradition are carried out after the party. Without an official invitation, residents came and got involved, to take part in Famari activities. The Famari tradition was created to avoid degrading other social groups, where there are sanctions as punishment for those who are guilty and restore moral balance in society. },
					issn = {2614-2961},			pages = {1--11}			doi = {10.47268/sasi.v27i1.225},
					url = {https://fhukum.unpatti.ac.id/jurnal/sasi/article/view/225}
		}
		
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