Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies (ICSSIS 2018)

Awareness of History Nation Serumpun (Indonesia-Malaysia): Culture without Borders

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Flores Tanjung
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Flores Tanjung
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https://doi.org/10.2991/icssis-18.2019.13How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Awareness of History, Cognate Country, Border Culture
Abstract
Culture as a study of human behavior begins with the study of history. In the process of the study will form the pattern of behavior that emphasizes the attention to the study of patterns and institutional actors in society. Last time the same race was held in Indonesia-Malaysia relationship sea adventure, rafter ocean, nautical trade expand the network of kinship with kawin-mawin (marriage), running role in building the culture in many areas of life. Pilgrimage trailed rides, hiking, and roaming cognate nations (Indonesia-Malaysia) bring the patterns of behavior and habits as their identity, and then contiguity and exchange of cultural values enrich and develop it as a pattern of behavior that refers to cultural nautical appearance citizenship and egalitarian. For centuries Indonesia-Malaysia with the freedom and the ability of each, bringing the success of the cognate states, up to the arrival of the barrier, the dividing, and the barrier, cross the street to visit each other's freedom of the British and Dutch especially after the Treaty of London (1825) which divides the territory of Malaysia by the British and Indonesia by the Dutch. The arrival of the British to Malaya is absolutely no doubt, has brought many changes in various aspects such as forest clearing, construction of new homes, construction of modern transportation and communication systems, agricultural plantations, and others. To achieve the fulfillment of that change, the British needed especially in the area of manpower development. In the mining area, the British brought in the energy of India and China. This change is also impacting wander among cognate nations, especially Java, Banjar, Makassar, Jakarta, Aceh, Rawa, Kerinci, Mandailing, Palembang, Riau, Bengkulu, Panai, Kubu, Jambi, Batak, Bali, Boyan. The migration from various regions of Indonesia to the Malay Peninsula was increasingly widespread and passionate. This migration continued until the Japanese occupation and the independence of Malaysia. The cultural and historical experiences of cognate nations (Indonesia-Malaysia), enables the migration occurs. However, the phenomenon that appeared in this century is the era of the claims culture that led to the emerge of cognate nations allegation cultural theft.
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1st International Conference on Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies (ICSSIS 2018)
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Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research
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May 2019
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978-94-6252-719-5
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2352-5398
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