JOURNAL OF ETHNIC DIVERSITY AND LOCAL WISDOM <p style="text-align: justify;">Journal of Ethnic Diversity and Local Wisdom memuat laporan hasil penelitian maupun sebuah tinjauan tentang pandangan hidup, strategi aktivitas kehidupan, ilmu pengetahuan, bahasa, tarian, musik daerah, adat istiadat pada suatu masyarakat lokal dan suku bangsa. Cakupan tulisan tidak terbatas pada sistem nilai dan tata cara serta nilai ajaran tradisional pada pengelolaan kesehatan, pendidikan, lingkungan hidup, ekonomi, karya seni, arsitektur dan bangunan serta cagar budaya yang dilakukan oleh masyarakat lokal dan etnis tertentu.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Jurnal ini membantu pembaca untuk mengembangkan pengetahuan dan mempromosikan pemahaman keanekaragaman etnis, adat istiadat, budaya dan tradisi lokal masyarakat dan etnis.</p> LEMBAGA PENELITIAN PUBLIKASI DAN PENGABDIAN KEPADA MASYARAKAT UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH MALUKU UTARA en-US JOURNAL OF ETHNIC DIVERSITY AND LOCAL WISDOM 2686-4762 <div style="text-align: justify;"> <p><strong><em><strong><em>Lisensi Creative Commons</em></strong></em></strong></p> <p><a title="Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0" href="" target="_blank"><img src="/public/site/images/hamida/by-sa3.png" alt="" width="100" height="35"></a></p> <p>Journal of Ethnic Diversity and Local Wisdom&nbsp;dilisensikan dengan&nbsp;Lisensi Internasional Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0.</p> </div> Hutan Halmahera dan Relasi Kuasa Aktor Politik Lokal Halmahera Forest and Power Relations of Local Political Actors <p>This study tries to explore the relationship between the Halmahera forest which is inhabited by the Tobelo Dalam people known as O'Hongana Manyawa, inhabiting forest areas, the existence of corporations that control and carry out activities in the forest with the aim of making profits, and the power relations of local political actors. Forests are a source of food for local communities. Halmahera Forest has a long history, in which the shackles of extractive institutions that are deeply entrenched until now have not been fully resolved. Forests have many interests entrenched, especially those with strong economic power and capital. Whereas on the other hand, forests for local communities are the most ideal source to develop food as the final bastion in facing their future. This study tries to collect and explore data through in-depth interviews with local residents, local government, political elites, and groups that have relations with existing locations. The results of this study show that qualitatively, the Halmahera forest which is occupied by indigenous peoples is the most ideal arena for corporates to carry out extractive actions, which local residents cannot afford. Another matter of concern is that forests are also a meeting ground in building power relations between political actors at the central and local levels. Meanwhile, local residents are more of an obstacle to projects in the name of development. They are then considered as people who only give burdens in the name of development, because that must be "ordered" as well as "modernized", as befits members of a "civilized" society. In the name of development, the forest continues to be dredged, while local residents are in a sad state. This study concludes that so far, the political reality that has been built by local political actors at various levels has made forests more of a source of funding to strengthen their dominance and position in seizing power. Forests become a field of struggle for interests, at the expense of local residents.</p> Herman Usman Syarifuddin Usman Laily Ramadhany Can Amrul Djana ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-06-01 2023-06-01 4 1 01 07 “ Cenge – Cenge” Permainan Leluhur Melatih Kohesi Sosial Dan Ketangkasan Tubuh " Cenge - Cenge " Ancestral Game To Train Social Cohesion And Body Dexterity <p>Abstract</p> <p>Children's games passed down from their ancestors have a very high value. Not just as ordinary entertainment, but a number of traditional games train emotional agility and the ability to build social cohesion among people, honesty, discipline, confidence, creativity and hard work. In the midst of the influence of various modern games which are getting out of control, affecting the patterns of thinking and behavior of children with various models, they are played not only among friends in one environment but across the boundaries of space and time. A number of traditional games have always been an important part of filling holidays or free time played by children in North Maluku, especially in the city of Ternate, such as boy games, sem, fort, engkrang shell, dodorobe etc. By using a qualitative descriptive approach, this research will identify and describe the types of traditional games that are still practiced in everyday life, especially in the city of Ternate, as well as traditional games that have the potential to disappear due to lack of serious attention from stakeholders at the local level.</p> Sarni Arta ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-06-05 2023-06-05 4 1 08 13 GERAKAN LITERASI PENDIDIKAN MEMBANGUN GENERASI MILENIAL YANG BERKARAKTER <p><strong>Abstract</strong></p> <p><em>The presence of digital technology has influenced the mindset, and behavior of millennials as pioneers of change. The change, colored with various problems that boil down to the decline of the character of the millennial generation. To manage these dynamics, the educational literacy movement, is one of the efforts in forming human resources of character and civility. The purpose of this study is to know the characteristics of millennials in community life in the digital era; and Describe the educational literacy movement to build the capacity of millennials in the era of digital technology that is advanced, characterful and civilized. The method used is qualitatively descriptive. The results of the discussion show that: Millennials like to position themselves in the freedom zone and always dwell on the diameter of the fingers, having a lot of information from various sources that vary. Digital literacy also facilitates millennials in obtaining knowledge and knowledge more easily and quickly. Millennials who always struggle in the digital technology zone based on educational literacy, can have competence, skills and skills to think critically, creatively, communicatively, insights and productive thinking paradigms, and have a civilized character</em></p> Abubakar Muhammad Nur ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-06-05 2023-06-05 4 1 14 23 “Hapolas” Kearifan Budaya Lokal Masyarakat Pesisir Pulau Makian Dalam Merawat Harmoni Kemanusiaan <p><strong>Abstrak </strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong>Local community cultural wisdom is a noble culture resulting from thoughts that are born from noble, intelligent and innovative awareness to answer needs in various aspects of life. As a way of life, local cultural wisdom is very important because it can maintain the harmony of human continuity, care for the relationship between humans and the Divine Nature as well as with the environment. Local wisdom disciplines all parties to maintain the sustainability of living space. This research tries to describe how the local culture of the Makian island coastal community cares for human harmony. Through the hapolas culture, ancestral values ​​that guide life until now are still going well.</p> Ali Lating Fathnun Tan ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-06-05 2023-06-05 4 1 24 32 PERAN TOKOH MASYARAKAT DALAM PENGAWASAN TERHADAP PEREDARAN MINUMAN BERALKOHOL TRADISONAL DI KELURAHAN RUM, KOTA TIDORE KEPULAUAN <p><strong>Abstract</strong></p> <p><em>In general, the purpose of this study is the role of community leaders in the supervision of the circulation of traditional alcoholic beverages in Rum Village, Tidore Archipelago City. The research method used is qualitative descriptrify. The data analysis technique used is an interactive model. The results showed that the circulation of traditional alcoholic beverages in Rum Village was not controlled, which caused teenagers or young people to easily get it. The bad impact is the emergence of various societal diseases such as, fights, disrupting public order, and making a fuss. To overcome the problem is to involve community leaders, because community leaders are respected people in the community. However, the Rum Village Government has not maximized the role of community leaders in the supervision of the circulation of traditional alcoholic beverages in its territory.</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Putri Faturahman Ismail Abdurrahaman Kader ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-06-05 2023-06-05 4 1 33 39