Suicide phenomenon on bebandem village: a review on religious and socio-cultural
Keywords:bebandem, cultural, religious, socio, suicide
There is an ideational culture. It can be interpreted as a basis for thinking that the final reality is nonmaterial. It cannot be captured on eye-catching. The theory also stated that this world is seen as an illusion, and temporary or can be interpreted as an imperfect and incomplete aspect of reality. The next theory is the sensory culture theory. If the previous theory assumes that we must balance between the interests of the world and the hereafter, on the theory of sensory culture, on the contrary, we must be more oriented towards worldly interests. The material world experience with our senses is only reality that exists. The final theory is mixed culture theory. This theory is an affirmation between ideational and sensory theory. The theories are used to explain the causes of related suicide to sensate culture. The cultural dynamic theory was chosen as one of the cornerstones of this research. Due to the theory is consists of types of cultural mentality. Thus, this theory is used to explain the cultural conditions and situations that occur in Bebandem Village and the conditions and situations experienced by individuals who commit suicide through interviews, observation and so forth. Data collected are observation techniques, in-depth interviews, and document study techniques.
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