Baskoro, Ardi (2013) KULINER DI KRATON SURAKARTA (KESINAMBUNGAN DAN PERUBAHANNYA). Other thesis, Universitas Sebelas Maret.

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    ASBTRACT ABSTRACT This research is aimed at (1) looking for and explaining the types of culinary which is considered as original culinary from Surakarta palace and as adapted culinary from the outside, (2) describing acculturation and adaptation process of culinary culture at Surakarta palace, (3) describing culinary used for tradition ritual and examining symbolic meaning containing in the proponent culinary in tradition ritual as tangible cultural expression, (4) examining whether or not the relationship between culinary and social stratification prevails in the society. The research method is qualitative research. The type of the research is analytic descriptive. Data collecting technique is conducted through in depth interview which is flexible and open, direct observation, document study. The collected data are analyzed qualitatively. To assure and develop the collected validated data, triangulation technique is employed in the form of data triangulation and theory triangulation. After the research is conducted through various steps (research method), it can be concluded that: (1) culinary at Surakarta palace consisted of daily culinary, sesaji, and wilujengan. Daily culinary staple food, snacks, and beverages. Sesaji and wilujengan is used in various culinary of traditions ceremony, (2) acculturation and adaptation processes of culture culinary in Surakarta palace has long occured through a variety of cultural intersection with other nations, by European, Tionghoan, Indian, and Arabian culinary culture (3) up until now, Surakarta palace has been performing both religious and non religious tradition ritual completed with proponent culinary which is functioned not only for complement but also symbolic meaning related to life and divine values, (4) culinary in the society of Surakarta palace does not only signify the presence of social stratification, but also clarify the stratification in the society of Surakarta palace clearly shown by consumption activity, other than clothing. The influence of European culture confirms the social stratification construction in the society of Surakarta palace, predominantly in the European menu serving, tools usage and table manner which demonstrate prestige. The higher individual’s position in the palace bureaucracy, the higher quality and quantity the palace royal and elite have. Keywords: Culinary, Surakarta palace, Sustainability, Changes

    Item Type: Thesis (Other)
    Subjects: A General Works > AI Indexes (General)
    Divisions: Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat - LPPM
    Depositing User: Nurrahma Restia
    Date Deposited: 03 May 2014 17:17
    Last Modified: 03 May 2014 17:17
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/14250

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