Social Construction of Rokat Tradition Sociological Perspective
Study on the Implementation of Rokat Praoh in the Muslim Community of Kilensari Village Panarukan Subdistrict, Situbondo Regency, East Java
Keywords:Social Construction, Sociological Perspective, Rokat Praoh
This research is included in field research with a qualitative approach. This research focuses on the Social Construction of the Rokat Tradition from a Sociological Perspective and the social impact of social construction in the implementation of the Rokat tradition; The Sociological Perspective of Rokat Tradition in this study is focused on the implementation of Paraoh rokat; The theories used as the basis and scalpel of analysis in this study are (1) the main theory (Grand theory) in this study is the theory of Social Construction (social construction of reality) Peter L. Berger and Thomas Luckmann; (2) Supporting Theory in this research is Tradition Theory; Value Theory; Theory of Religion and Religious System; Social Interaction Theory; and Cultural Theory. In the research process, which is used as a subject in the research focused on the community involved in the Implementation of the Rokat Paraoh Tradition in Kilensari Village, Penarukan District, Situbondo Regency, East Java. The findings in this study can be broadly interpreted in the construction of meaning which reads: "Rokat praoh (Language of Madura) is an entity born from the construction process of society and or individuals that contains social values ??(social values) both religious values ??and religious values. and belief (religious value's), cultural values ??(culture value's) and other social values ??that are believed, trusted, and legitimized have the role of values ??that are interrelated and in the end give birth to actions in the form of rituals which are sacred as identity. new coastal Muslim community in its social context. The theoretical and practical implications in this study are in line with Berger and Luckmann's theory of social construction. The theoretical and practical implications in this study offer a model which is hereinafter called the “Amsiono Local Tradition Values ??Inter Relation Model”. This model is influenced by Beger and Luckmann's theory of social construction and other theories, namely (1) Talcott Parsons' Structural Functional Theory; (2) George Herbert Mead's Theory of Symbolic Interactionism; and (3) James S. Coleman's Rational Choice Theory.
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