Traditional Ecological Knowledge for the Deer Conservation in the Form of Folklore
Heksa Biopsi Puji Hastuti, Early Wulandari Muis, Indra Rahayu Setiawati, Nisa Nasyra Rezki, R Hasina Fajrin
Heksa Biopsi Puji Hastuti
Available Online 14 April 2021.
- https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210413.051How to use a DOI?
- traditional ecological knowledge, the deer conservation, Moronene, Hukaea-Laea, totongano kadadi, dulele melaa
- The Traditional Society of Moronene in Hukaea-Laea, Taman Nasional Rawa Aopa Watumohai area, has its mechanism in performing the ecosystem balance, included the deer conservation. The tribe also has a traditional institution called totongano kadadi that can control animal conservation, and the oral tradition called dulele melaa, a folksong narrating the deer hunting. The study aims to reveal the intertextual relationship between the folksong and the traditional institution. The data is obtained through observation, interviews, and library search techniques. Both folklores are analysed intertextually to explain the web of relationships found in them. The result depicts the intertextual relationship of totongano kadadi and dulele melaa in two domains, subject and role. The subject domain, represented by the terms, the setting of events, and the place’s setting, is compatible. Also, the role domain of dulele melaa creation becomes the enforcement of the totongano kadadi role. The totongano kadadi role is weakened, dulele melaa is created based on traditional ecological knowledge of totongano kadadi. The excess of wild hunters outside is necessary legal mechanisms more than merely depending on traditional mechanisms. The necessity of the parts, but the traditional society, is crucial to law enforcement for the wild hunters and normalizing the deer population in the Hukaea-Laea area.
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TY - CONF AU - Heksa Biopsi Puji Hastuti AU - Early Wulandari Muis AU - Indra Rahayu Setiawati AU - Nisa Nasyra Rezki AU - R Hasina Fajrin PY - 2021 DA - 2021/04/14 TI - Traditional Ecological Knowledge for the Deer Conservation in the Form of Folklore BT - Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Conference on Social Science and Humanities (ANCOSH 2020) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 220 EP - 224 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210413.051 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210413.051 ID - Hastuti2021 ER -