The Social System of Buginese People in Modern Era: A Review of Sociological History
Available Online April 2019.
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- Social systems, Buginese people, modernization
- This paper aims to describe and analyze the existence of the social system of Buginese People in the context of history. The current social transformation in the various dimensions of Buginese People in South Sulawesi is interestingly related to the question of how the social system in the Buginese society still exists since local noble values confronted with global values. The Buginese society offers values about new lifestyles, yet, there is siltation of meaning to this social system. They are replaced by new values of modernity that tend not to be controlled. Using historical sociology approach, this study found that the identity crisis also hit the local community and the characteristics of Bugis is no longer a part of everyday life. This problem will create a new pattern of the social system, where the social system of Buginese People began to disappear. It is needed to re-examine the elements of social systems formation, the implementation of social systems in the modern era, and strategies to maintain it. The unit analysis of the social system in this study are the belief system, knowledge, rules/norms, position and social role, the nature of power, democracy, and the nature of life and life in culture sociological analysis with a historical approach to this social system. It will also lead to the emergence of a synchronic discussion between the past and the present, linking the meaning and the possibility of system reformulation.
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TY - CONF AU - Mr. Ahmadin PY - 2019/04 DA - 2019/04 TI - The Social System of Buginese People in Modern Era: A Review of Sociological History BT - 1st International Conference on Advanced Multidisciplinary Research (ICAMR 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 394 EP - 397 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icamr-18.2019.96 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icamr-18.2019.96 ID - Ahmadin2019/04 ER -