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Scirj Volume VII, Issue IV, April 2019 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

THE MEANING OF TRUST AS A SOCIAL CAPITAL IN A RAMBU SOLO' CEREMONY AT TORAJA COMMUNITY IN THE SALU BELA' DEVELOPMENT

Anita De Grave, Ratna Ayu Damayanti, Syamsuddin

Abstract: This study aims to reveal in depth the meaning of the trust value in the Rambu Solo ceremony according to the Toraja people's understanding based on the practice of accounting for life. This study uses ethnometodology methods to achieve established research goals. By using an etho-methodological approach, this study seeks to uncover the meaning of trust in the traditional celebration of Rambu Solo Toraja community. The ethnometodology approach seeks to understand how people perceive, explain and describe their own life order. Ethnometodology seeks to understand how people begin to see, explain, and describe the order of the world in which they live.The results of the study illustrate that the trust value for the Toraja community in the Rambu Solo ceremony means that the value of honesty and trust is one of the foundations for the implementation of a solo sign, in which the process of receiving a family ceremony, there is no agreement and there is no record between the giver and the recipient, but each delivery will be returned when the person who gives the same ceremony.

Reference this Paper: THE MEANING OF TRUST AS A SOCIAL CAPITAL IN A RAMBU SOLO' CEREMONY AT TORAJA COMMUNITY IN THE SALU BELA' DEVELOPMENT by Anita De Grave, Ratna Ayu Damayanti, Syamsuddin published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VII, Issue IV, April 2019 Edition, Page 72-77 ".

Search Terms: trust, social capital, Rambu Solo, ethnometodology

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