Local Function of Java Community Culture in Conflict Settlement and Social Violence Between Pencak Silat Colleges in Madiun

FX. Sudjatmoko, Hery Hermawan, Bambang Martin Baru


This research was motivated by a conflict between pencak silat colleges in Madiun district, which until now has not been resolved completely and permanently. Even this conflict has invited the attention of the leadership of the Regional Leadership Council (MUSPIDA) of Madiun district and East Java Regional Police (POLDA) to field members in anticipation of conflict during the big day such as the Pencak Silat College of the Brothers Setia Hati Terate (SH. Terate) and the university pencak silat The Faithful Brotherhood of Tunas Muda Winongo (SH. Winongo), namely 'Suro Agung' because it has led to the potential for social unrest and inconvenience to society in general. For this reason, the aim of the study is to help the local government of Madiun Regency in creating social harmony or harmony and social security, namely the availability of a model / approach to reconciliation in handling conflicts between pencak silat colleges in Madiun district. The model / approach referred to, through the development of local values ​​of Javanese culture in the East Java province.In addition, this study is targeted to produce a model of social harmony in the perspective of Javanese local wisdom for handling conflict and social violence. This research is multi-year 2 (two) years, with planned activities carried out including: the first year will be studied; (1) Identification of the factors that caused the conflict of pencak silat colleges in Madiun, (2) Assessing the effectiveness of conflict handling of pencak silat colleges in Madiun, and (3) Assessing the relationship between factors of conflict between martial arts colleges and the effectiveness of conflict resolution martial arts college. While the second year, will be examined; (1) Identification of forms of social violence, (2) Assessing the relationship between conflict factors in pencak silat colleges and other forms of social violence, (3) Assessing the relationship between the effectiveness of conflict management in pencak silat and social violence, (4) Designing models / reconciliation approach in handling pencak silat college conflicts and social violence.The location / object of his research was in Madiun district, East Java province because it was the center of the two pencak silat colleges, both pencak silat colleges, the Brotherhood of Faithful Heart Terate (SH. Terate) and the Faithful Brotherhood of Tunas Muda Winongo (SH. Winongo). Sampling uses the "Purposive Sampling" technique, that is, respondents are intentionally determined with the consideration that the respondents selected know and understand the focus of the study. Subjects who were respondents, included: Regional Leadership Consultation (MUSPIDA), Madiun district, administrators and members of the pencak silat college, and the community. While the determination of respondents is based on the technique of "Snowball Sampling". Data collection techniques used; a) direct observation at the research site; b) interview; c) questionnaire; and d) documentation. Whereas to test the validity of the data using triangulation of data sources. Processing and analysis of data is done qualitatively by using "interactive analysis model", is an analysis carried out in the form of interaction on three components, namely data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions or verification.

Keywords: Pencak silat college, social harmony, conflict, and local culture.

DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/9-14-08

Publication date:July 31st 2019

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