The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 20
Page No. 4814 - 4819

The Indigenous Knowledge Strategies as an Effort to Preserve Knowledge of Jaran Kencak’s Art in Lumajang

Authors : Irmaila Firda Auliyah and Tamara Adriani Susetyo-Salim

Abstract: This is a preliminary research situated in Lumajang. The art of "Jaran Kencak" is a traditional art of Lumajang derived from the spreding of people from various regions. The purpose of this research is to gain understanding strategy process of indigenous knowledge in the arts of "Jaran Kencak", in accordance with preservation knowledge of the arts "Jaran Kencak" in Lumajang. The methodology used in this study is using qualitative approach with case study. Data is collected through observation, interview and documentation. The result shows the necessary strategies concerning Indigenous knowledge that can be implemented into other forms as an attempts in preserving traditional knowledge on community groups within a region on Lumajang. The preservation efforts introduced to the public as well as the outside community of Lumajang by leveraging media and technology are expected to record and document the authenticity of Jaran Kencak’s art which currently has become a cultural Icon for the city of Lumajang. Strategies in maintaining sustainability of "Jaran Kencak" and keep introducing this art to other people in Lumajang but still provide a clear limitations and directional.

How to cite this article:

Irmaila Firda Auliyah and Tamara Adriani Susetyo-Salim, 2016. The Indigenous Knowledge Strategies as an Effort to Preserve Knowledge of Jaran Kencak’s Art in Lumajang. The Social Sciences, 11: 4814-4819.

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