Prabayaksa: Journal of History Education

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Siti Aminah, Hairiyadi Hairiyadi, Rusdi Effendi
Prabayaksa: Journal of History Education, Volume 1, pp 26-35; https://doi.org/10.20527/prb.v1i1.3083

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The simplicity and unique form of the Betang Tumbang Apat house building has its own meaning, apart from the simplicity of the building, this form directs the Dayak Siang community to individuals who do not see status or caste. This study aims to determine the meaning and characteristics of the traditional architecture of the Dayak Siang Tribe Betang House in Tumbang Apat Village, Sungai Babuat District, Murung Raya Regency. In this research, the writer uses historical method. The first step is to collect related data. The second stage is verifying data and criticizing sources of oral data and object data. Next is the interpretation or interpretation of the data, the facts that have been obtained. The last stage of historiography is writing history based on the facts that have been interpreted. The results showed that the traditional architecture of the Betang house of the Dayak Siang tribe is still preserved and it is conscious that the surrounding community also preserves the culture.
Tahfiz Al Qiram, Rusdi Effendi, Hairiyadi Hairiyadi
Prabayaksa: Journal of History Education, Volume 1, pp 8-14; https://doi.org/10.20527/prb.v1i1.3040

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At the beginning of the 21st century, the people of Kuala Pembuang still believed in the existence of intermediaries who gave offerings to mystical crocodiles in the midst of the rise of science and technology, one of which was health. The purpose of this study was to determine the public's view of treatment with the help of crocodiles (mystical). The initial stage of this research is data collection through literature study and field studies. Literature study is used to obtain written data in the form of books or obtain primary data directly. Furthermore, after the data is collected the data is again considered to see the validity of the source. The next stage of interpretation is to describe the sources that have been considered. Finally, the historiography part is processing the data into written form. The results showed that the treatment through the ritual of giving offerings to the crocodile care family (mystical) was carried out through several stages and the community's view of the ritual procession still believed and some did not believe in the treatment process through the procession. the ritual of giving offerings. The conclusion from the research results is that the ritual of giving offerings to crocodiles (mystical) in order to cure the disease can only be done if the sick person has blood ties with the owner of the mystical crocodile and this ritual is only done if there is a family affected by the disease and it is believed that they cannot recover. in a way obstructed through the help of a doctor. In this case, people also have different opinions in dealing with treatment through these rituals.there work as fishermen.
Muhammad Rezky Noor Handy
Prabayaksa: Journal of History Education, Volume 1, pp 49-54; https://doi.org/10.20527/prb.v1i1.2196

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Sejarah adalah bagian dari kehidupan manusia yang menceritakan apa yang terjadi, siapa yang melakukannya, di mana kejadian tersebut berlangsung, dan bagaimana dampak kejadian tersebut hingga saat ini. Era globalisasi sekarang ini sangat penting mengenai pendidikan sejarah yang sangat fundamental dengan tujuan untuk membentuk karakter masyarakat akan memiliki sense of historical awareness. Studi pustaka dalam penulisan artikel ini menjadi bahan kajiannya. Sejarah sebagai media pembelajaran yang di mana peserta didik kita ajak untuk berpikir historis layaknya seorang sejarawan dalam melihat suatu kejadian sejarah untuk dijadikan pembelajaran hidup oleh peserta didik di sekolah, penanaman nilai nasionalisme dalam pembelajaran sejarah dapat dilakukan dengan memahami kondisi psikologis perserta didik pada tiap perkembangannya yang berbeda-beda dari tiap tingkatan. Sehingga para guru perlu juga menerapkan berbagai macam bentuk strategi dan model pembelajaran yang efektif juga jitu pada saat pelaksanaannya.
Noor Amitasari, Melisa Prawitasari, Helmi Akmal
Prabayaksa: Journal of History Education, Volume 1, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.20527/prb.v1i1.3086

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The background of this research describes the process of arrival of Balinese transmigrants in Sumber Makmur Village, Satui District, Tanah Bumbu Regency along with their social and religious life. The research was made with the aim of knowing how the life of the Balinese transmigrant community in Sumber Makmur Village. The method used in this research is the historical method, namely heuristics, criticism, interpretation, and historiography. Primary sources are obtained directly from sources about the object under study. Data collection techniques through observation, interviews, and documentation. Secondary sources are obtained from literature studies, in the form of useful notes with the object of research. The results of field research, it shows that since the Balinese came to Sumber Makmur Village in 1983, the development of Balinese society at that time was still in the construction stage starting from establishing settlements, to buildings of worship (temples). In 2000, the buildings owned by residents were better. Their life is relatively harmonious, although there are slight adjustments because it is not completely the same as on the island of Bali which is thick with Hindu culture. However, this did not change their previous culture and beliefs. The results of this study indicate that the life of the Balinese transmigrants in Sumber Makmur Village is running well and there is no conflict, so that their lives as migrants remain harmonious.
Rusdi Effendi, Hairiyadi Hairiyadi, Muhammad Kharisma
Prabayaksa: Journal of History Education, Volume 1, pp 42-48; https://doi.org/10.20527/prb.v1i1.3062

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Communities in several regions in Indonesia have used a wide variety of traditional medicines. People in one area have traditional medicines that are different from people in other areas, this is due to the biodiversity that exists in the environment where they live and their local wisdom triggers the emergence of various cultural products. This study aims to describe what it means and function of Manyampir, how to structure Manyampir, and how to use Manyampir ritual as a traditional alternative medicine. This research was conducted by historical research methods. The first stage in this research is to collect resources through literature study and field studies. After the data is collected, then enter the source criticism stage to see the authentic source. Then the next stage is interpretation, which is analyzing the data that has been criticized. Finally, the historiography stage is presenting data in written form. From the results of the study note that the Bakumpai community in Lepasan Village, Bakumpai District, Barito Kuala Regency conducted traditional alternative medicine Manyampir as one alternative treatment solution and interpreted as a multifunctional card.
Mirnawati Dewi, Herry Porda Nugroho Putro
Prabayaksa: Journal of History Education, Volume 1, pp 36-41; https://doi.org/10.20527/prb.v1i1.3084

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This study discusses extracurricular activities for history activists at SMA Negeri 11 Banjarmasin. The limited subject matter taught in schools about local history in history subject makes students less aware of and familiar with the history of their own area. This study aims to describe the extracurricular activities of history activists at SMA Negeri 11 Banjarmasin. In this study used qualitative methods, in obtaining informations begins with interviews, observations and documentation which are used as research sources. There are two sources of data used in this study, namely primary data sources for coaches, student members of history activists, and secondary sources in the form data of data from schools. History activists extracurricular activities were formed as a place to channel the tallents of history activitiests whi focus on the introduction and knowledge of the local history of the South Kalimantan region.
Irfan Efendi, Melisa Prawitasari, Heri Susanto
Prabayaksa: Journal of History Education, Volume 1, pp 21-25; https://doi.org/10.20527/prb.v1i1.3081

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The 2013 curriculum as a complement to the previous curriculum has been running for almost seven years in education in Indonesia. The view of most teacher still does not heed the system according to the assessment in the 2013 Curriculum (K-13) guidebook. Teachers still think that the assessment is only on cognitive assessment, especially in history subjects. This study aims to describe the Implementation of learning Assessment in the 2013 Curriculum for History Subjects in Class XI IPS at SMA Negeri 2 Banjarmasin. This study also use qualitative methods in obtaining information starting from interviews, documentation, and observations collected as a source of research. There are two sources of research used in research, namely primary sources and secondary sources. The result pf this study before conducting classroom assessment, the teacher made a lesson plan (RPP). The implementation of the assessment carried out by the teacher is different from that in the lesson plans and in the implementation in the classroom. When implementing it in the classroom the teacher only uses two attitude assessment and skills assessment. The teacher’s obstacle in implementing this assessment it the number of students who are assessed in one class, as well as the view of teacher who still thinks that the assessment is only on results of students, not on the process of how students achieve it.
Fahrul Raji, Mohamad Zaenal Arifin Anis, Melisa Prawitasari
Prabayaksa: Journal of History Education, Volume 1, pp 15-20; https://doi.org/10.20527/prb.v1i1.3079

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A Rubber is the most potential plantation crop in Tabalong Regency. Tabalong Regency especially in Lumbang Village. Many villagers work as rubber farmers. The farmers sell their tapped products to the rubber boss. This rubber boss plays an important role in the economy of rubber farmers. The number of rubber bosses in Lumbang Village from 2000-2015 were 16 people. The number of rubber bosses indirectly creates competition between rubber bosses. The purpose of this study was to determine the background of being a rubber boss, competition among rubber bosses, and the impact of the competition between rubber bosses in Lumbang Village. This research uses historical method with heuristic, criticism, interpretation, and historiography stages. The results of this study indicate that the background of the Lumbang residents to choose to work as rubber bosses due to economic factors, the busy trading business of rubber, and hereditary employment. Competition between rubber bosses is divided into 3 forms, namely: the courage to determine the price of rubber higher than other rubber bosses, rubber bosses buy good quality rubber first than other rubber bosses, and compete to win over rubber farmers. The competition between rubber bosses in Lumbang Village has positive and negative impacts on both the farmers and rubber bosses.
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