Etnis Bali di Lombok Barat (1942-2002)

Muhamad Sopyan, Andi Ima Kesuma, Jumadi Sahabuddin

Abstract


The dynamic pattern of social life, arts and culture community West Lombok from Bali Royal domination, colonization of the Netherlands and Japan, as well as the aftermath of independence. By using a qualitative research design and the approach history with Groove heuristics, critique, interpretation and historiography. The Balinese Ethnic community lives in West Lombok in the course of its history has its own and unique patterns by showing the existence of the ideal cooperation between different ethnic religion in building a harmonious unity.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26523/yupa.v1i1.10

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