BUDAYA HUMA BETANG MASYARAKAT DAYAK KALIMANTAN TENGAH DALAM GLOBALISASI: TELAAH KONSTRUKSI SOSIAL
AbstractThis paper is an antropological review on Dayak tradition of Huma Betang, a traditional house for Dayak community in Central Kalimantan. Huma betang or betang has a length of 30-150 meters, 10-30 meters wide and 3-5 meter high. The building uses high quality iron wood, can stand up to hundreds of years as well as anti-termite. It used to be inhabited by 100-150 people, inhabited by one big family and headed by a Pambakas Lewu. Studies on people's living in Betang Damang Tumbang Anoi Gunung Mas found several cultural values of Betang Dayak community: (1) hapsari, (2) handep, (3) belom bahadat, and (4) hapakat kula. Hapahari is defined as a brotherhood and togetherness in life betang. Handep is mutual help, pandohop (aid), mutual mandohop (help). Belom bahadat (live civilized and ethical) is a rule or etiquette that govern life together, that appreciate the prevailing custom in the territories of indigenous communities concerned. Hapakat kula (mutually agree) is a hallmark of life of the inhabitants betang. Occupants of betang held deliberations in any activities of common interest of tradition betang inhabitants since centuries ago.
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