Local wisdom on Java manuscript in Banyuwangi: study of Indonesia culture’s value

Palabras clave: Counseling, Java manuscript, Local wisdom, Lontar Yusuf. Asesoramiento, manuscrito Java, sabiduría local, Lontar Yusuf.



An attempt to study Indonesian culture in the Java region is being made to explore the values of wisdom found in one of Banyuwangi's most influential manuscripts. This study reveals richness culture value written on Lontar Yusuf as java manuscript, which mostly influenced by the Islamization process using content analysis. The aim of this cultural research on selected java manuscript is to study literary works that are part of indigenous Indonesian culture; explore the culture of Banyuwangi, mainly to search the local wisdom behind this cultural heritage that could be used for the counseling purpose.


Se está intentando estudiar la cultura indonesia en la región de Java para explorar los valores de la sabiduría que se encuentran en uno de los manuscritos más influyentes de Banyuwangi. Este estudio revela el valor de la cultura de riqueza escrito en Lontar Yusuf como manuscrito de Java, que fue influenciado principalmente por el proceso de islamización mediante el análisis de contenido. El objetivo de esta investigación cultural sobre el manuscrito seleccionado de Java es estudiar obras literarias que son parte de la cultura indígena indonesia; explora la cultura de Banyuwangi, principalmente para buscar la sabiduría local detrás de este patrimonio cultural que podría usarse para el propósito de asesoramiento.

Biografía del autor/a

A. A ROFIQ, State Islamic University (UIN) of Sunan Ampel

Doctorate in guidance and counseling, he earned a cum-laude Doctoral Program from Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia, in 2016 with world bank scholarship. He is a lecturer at UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya, Head of Indonesian Counselor Association in East Java. His research interest focus is Education; precisely at psychology and counseling Education, his works were presented in conferences and published in accredited scientific journals.

S. ANSHORI, Open University

Master in Civic Education, from Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia in 2007. Moreover, at his current career, He is a lecturer at Universitas Terbuka on Unit Program Belajar Jarak Jauh (UPBJJ-UT) Surabaya, Indonesia. His research interest focus is in the field of Education, precisely at Civic Education, in which some of his works were presented in conferences and published in accredited scientific journals and gain research funding from the ministry of Indonesia.



obtained a cum-laude Doctorate in Anthropology from Hasanuddin State University in 2016, He is a lecturer at IAIN Ambon, Indonesia, where He also becomes as Dean of the Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teacher Training. The focus of his research interest is in the field of Anthropology, precisely the Anthropology of Education, where his several works were presented in conferences and published in national and international journals.

D. SAMBADA, Open University

He obtained a master's degree in Social Science from Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia, in 2001. In his current career, He is a lecturer at the FKIP Surabaya Open University, Indonesia. He also has a position as a Learning Aid Manager and UT Teaching Materials service, Indonesia. The focus of his research interests is in the field of Education, precisely in Basic Education, he has publications in accredited scientific journals and conferences.


She earned a cum-laude master's degree in Primary Education from Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia in 2014. Moreover, at her current career, she is a lecturer at STKIP PGRI Bangkalan, Indonesia, and as an Intellectual Property head and publication at IP center. She is also selected as DOAJ Ambassador for Indonesia. Her research interest focus is in the field of Education, precisely at Primary Education, and she is a member of Creative Commons and IGDORE.



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ROFIQ, A. A., ANSHORI, S., UMARELLA, S., SAMBADA, D., & INDRIANI, D. E. (2019). Local wisdom on Java manuscript in Banyuwangi: study of Indonesia culture’s value. Utopía Y Praxis Latinoamericana, 24(1), 78-84. Recuperado a partir de https://www.produccioncientificaluz.org/index.php/utopia/article/view/30061