THE FUNCTION OF THE TOLOTANG TRADITIONAL LEADER'S HOUSE AS A MEDIA FOR CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN THE HINDU COMMUNITY IN AMPARITA VILLAGE

Authors

  • Ulio Universitas Hindu Negeri I Gusti Bagus Sugriwa Denpasar
  • I Gusti Ngurah Sudiana Universitas Hindu Negeri I Gusti Bagus Sugriwa Denpasar
  • I Nyoman Ananda Universitas Hindu Negeri I Gusti Bagus Sugriwa Denpasar

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.25078/vidyottama.v7i2.2379

Abstract

The Tolotang Hindu community in Amparita Village is a traditional community whose life is still dominated by old customs. The majority of residents in Amparita Village adhere to Hinduism as a core belief from time to time until now. All lines of activities related to customs, traditions and religion are implemented and decided at the Tolotang Traditional Leader's house. The House of Tolotang Traditional Figures is one of the traditional traditional houses of the Bugis community as the residence of Tolotang Traditional Figures. Apart from being a place for traditional leaders and their families to live, this house also has another function as a place to resolve disputes or social conflicts that occur in society.The approach used in this study is a qualitative approach. The data sources used are primary data in the form of data obtained from observations, interviews and documentation, and secondary data in the form of relevant data related to the research. Determining informants using purposive sampling technique. Data analysis techniques include data reduction, data classification, data interpretation, and drawing conclusions. The theories used to dissect existing problems are structural functionalism theory, conflict resolution theory, and social integration theory.The function of the Tolotang Traditional Leader's house is as a media for resolution, namely conflict as a function as a medium for discussion, as a medium for negotiations, as a place of mediation, as a place of mediation, as a function to decide and resolve conflicts, and finally, as a function of protecting the community regarding all problems and issues that exist in the Tolotang community, both related to ceremonial activities. religion, traditions and customs as well as resolving social conflicts that occur in society. The conflict resolution process carried out at the Tolotang Traditional Leader's house consists of several stages or parts, namely starting with conflict analysis or problem analysis, deliberation involving both parties to unite their voices or opinions, after the deliberation process to reach a consensus, the process of taking action must be in accordance with the method or the path to resolving the conflict that has been determined, then building a joint agreement to implement the results of the decision, and finally the decision evaluation stage so that it can represent all the interests of the conflicting parties and provide a sense of fairness to all parties.

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