MEMBANGUN NARASI KECIL ORIENTASI SOSIOLOGI PASCAKOLONIAL

BERNANDO J. SUJIBTO , (2009) MEMBANGUN NARASI KECIL ORIENTASI SOSIOLOGI PASCAKOLONIAL. /Jurnal/Sosiologi Reflektif/Volume 2, No.2, April 2008/.

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Abstract

Nowdays discourse on studies of sociology faces morecomplicated phase mainly for Indonesia country, as we have known, the colonial state that makes the rising of postcolonial studies possible. Problems in the third world as colonial state in which colonialism made any kinds of influences on social realities complexly such as state rules, social policies and so forth, are local-intern problem of that country that must be the point of study to disclose those problems further. Until now the first world has been in injustice way about the third world.We can see that fact from its policies taking all profit from developing country by projects and other ways while transferring all advantages to the country itself to establish the welfare for future lives. Colonialism spirits are now spreading in wider way coming alongside and around the world.Thus consciousness to back to local and intern problems of every colonialist’s to begin studying indigenous ideologies, practices and hierarchies existed alongside colonialism and interacted with is the utter way to the better and can not be ignored to find the original heritages before colonial era that take apart in shaping the culture of societies. Now we are just having the way to orientate or refuse the grand narration of sociology into local issues covering our lives. Brief narration (narasi kecil), a perspective on local and intern existence of every societies and its part, is the another way by the strange term I advise in this essay. It should be the altogether awareness to recover overall problems in our societies.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: narasi besar, sosiologi poskolonial, subaltern, kearifan lokal
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Last Modified: 04 May 2012 16:39
URI: http://digilib.uin-suka.ac.id/id/eprint/671

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