2nd Workshop on Language, Literature and Society for Education, Wol2SED 2018, December 21-22 2018, Solo, Indonesia

Research Article

The Concept of Nationalism and Patriotism in Javanese Culture in Text of “Serat Tripama”

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.21-12-2018.2282790,
        author={D B P Setiyadi and Hersulastuti Hersulastuti and S R Widayanti},
        title={The Concept of Nationalism and Patriotism in Javanese Culture in Text of “Serat Tripama”},
        proceedings={2nd Workshop on Language, Literature and Society for Education, Wol2SED 2018, December 21-22 2018, Solo, Indonesia},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={WOL2SED},
        year={2019},
        month={3},
        keywords={nationalism patriotism serat tripama java},
        doi={10.4108/eai.21-12-2018.2282790}
    }
    
  • D B P Setiyadi
    Hersulastuti Hersulastuti
    S R Widayanti
    Year: 2019
    The Concept of Nationalism and Patriotism in Javanese Culture in Text of “Serat Tripama”
    WOL2SED
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.21-12-2018.2282790
D B P Setiyadi1,*, Hersulastuti Hersulastuti1, S R Widayanti1
  • 1: Universitas Widya Dharma Klaten
*Contact email: dbputut@gmail.com

Abstract

To understand the Java ethnic culture, someone needs to acquire a good understanding of the culture context that exists in Java. This study was aimed at revealing the concept of nationalism and patriotism in the Javanese culture found in text of “Serat Tripama”, specifically in form of tembang macapat (the Javanese song) in Dhandhanggula pupuh written by Mangkunegara IV. Its focus was on the textual surface of discourse or descriptive and interpretative phases, as well as its explanative phase of the Fairclough’s model of critical discourse analysis (CDA). It was conducted by exploring power relations from a critical standpoint in order to make careful interpretation of the text relating to the purpose of the study. The results show that several lines in the discourse contained the valuable values of nationalism and patriotism. These concepts were flourishing through the wayang performance performing the Ramayana and Mahabharata stories which had been familiar and firmly embedded in the Javanese people’ way of life