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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 11, November 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Analysis Culture Of The Ideal & Social Form Of The Use Makassar Traditional House In The Brick Processing Settlement Of Gowa Regency

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AUTHOR(S)

Imriyanti, Shirly Wunas, Mimi Arifin, Idawarni J Asmal

 

KEYWORDS

brick-processing, culture, development, economic improvement, Makassar traditional house, ideal form, social form.

 

ABSTRACT

Culture in Indonesia is very diverse and has its own characteristics in each region. Culture consists of everything that is leamed from normative behavioral patterns, meaning that it includes all ways or patterns of thingking, feeling and acting. Culture can be known from the shape of the house and daily habits in utilizing the dwelling. Brick processors in Gowa regency are Makassar tribal communities who have habits and behavior patterns in utilizing their dwelling so that the house is not only a place of refuge and socio-culture meaning related to human relations and the community but is also functioned as a forum to increase the economy of its inhabitants while at the same time providing a sense of humanity towards its environment. From the use of housing to improve the economy of its habitants, there is a development of house related to the functions and habits of the occupants so that the problem is how to develop housing to support the cultural form of residents in the house. This research method is in the form of data analysis (quantitative and qualitative) which is calculated as a percentage for ideal form analysis and SPSS Crostabulations descriptive analysis in the social form of Makassar traditional house in the brick processing settlement of Gowa regency. The development of a brick-processing dwelling in Gowa regency which is a traditional Makassar house has reduced the original value of local culture in utilizing its dwelling as a home that supports the economic improvement of its inhabitants.

 

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