BANYUWANGI PEOPLE’S STORY: FACT FICTION AND DYNAMICS OF PRODUCTION OF MEANINGS

Asri Sundari, Sri Mariati, A. Erna Rochiyati S., Sumartono Sumartono

Abstract


Banyuwangi Regency, precisely in Binje Village, is a pluralistic region, namely the two dominant tribes of each Javanese, Balinese and Madurese tribes. This allows for a contact or cultural shift that lives in the area. The ongoing social interaction between the Javanese, Balinese and Madurese tribes, allows a touch and touch of Javanese, Balinese and Madurese cultures to emerge, which until now has been preserved in the Binje area of Rogojampi Subdistrict, Banyuwangi Regency, which is a Damarwulan folktale that tells the history of Majapahit and combined with Balinese folk art. This study describes the dynamics of the Banyuwangi regional folklore, which in this globalization era the form of folktales is increasingly marginalized and almost threatened with extinction. All of this is due to the existence of a new community that surrounds it, while the community has not received it solidly, eventually a shift in values, social systems and technology. In connection with this problem, the rescue effort needs to be sought in accordance with the 1945 Constitution Article 32.


Keywords


Folk stories; fiction; facts; history; art

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24815/.v1i1.14479

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