A Study of Pluralism in Developing Legal Anthropology Study

Sulbadana ., M. Hatta Roma Tampubolon


A study of legal anthropology are constantly changing which implies the existence of a paradigmatic change from positivism paradigm to constructivism paradigm. These changes occur because of constructivism approach or interpretation/hermeneutics, in anthropology, law is judged that have ability to express the reality, in legal pluralism and philosophical implications that arised. Pluralism is synonymous with life, even to  understand the reality this world,  recognition of plurality is the first step that needs to be built at first. Implications in a study of legal pluralism as the attention, can describe a form of research that put more emphasis on finding and extracting meaning given by the subjects of the existence of laws that regulate themselves in the plural, means that there is an interaction between a researcher associated with the study subjects. On this side, the interaction between researcher and research subjects used more transactional, where the subject of research by the researchers themselves linked interactively, the findings are the result of creation or construction joint between the researcher and the research subject itself.

Keywords: Pluralism, legal anthropology, the paradigm, constructivism.

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