Anatomy of Hasupa Hasundau Hapakat (H3) as a lawmaking system

  • U. SABIAN Insitute Agama Islam Negeri Palangka Raya, Palangka Raya, Indonesia
Palabras clave: Anatomy of Hasupa Hasundau Hapakat, Law enforcement system, Palangka Raya, The lawmaking. / Anatomía de Hasupa Hasundau Hapakat, La legislación, Sistema de aplicación de la ley.




This paper seeks to address, first, the characteristics of the society in Palangka Raya with the Huma, second, the conflicts in Palangka Raya, and third, synergy between the lawmaking. The research was carried out using the sociology of law with Emik perspective and with 63 informants involved through observation and document study. Findings show the following: First, Palangka Raya is one of the 14 districts and Central Kalimantan comprises 5 districts and 30 villages with Huma Betang culture inherited from the Dayak. Second, among the reasons for violence are economic development, religion, culture, and politics.



Este documento busca abordar, primero, las características de la sociedad en Palangka Raya con los Huma, segundo, los conflictos en Palangka Raya, y en tercer lugar, sinergia entre la legislación. La investigación se llevó a cabo utilizando la sociología del derecho con perspectiva Emik y con 63 informantes involucrados a través de la observación y el estudio de documentos. Los hallazgos muestran lo siguiente: Primero, Palangka Raya es uno de los 14 distritos y Kalimantan Central comprende 5 distritos y 30 aldeas con cultura Huma Betang. En segundo lugar, entre las razones de la violencia se encuentran el desarrollo económico, la religión, la cultura y la política.

Biografía del autor/a

U. SABIAN, Insitute Agama Islam Negeri Palangka Raya, Palangka Raya, Indonesia
Utsman Sabian studied in the doctoral program of law at the Islamic University of Indonesia (2007-2012). His qualification is a lecturer of Sociology Law of Syariah Faculty, Islamic Business and Economics Faculty, and Master Program of Family Law of Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan, and also a lecturer of Postgraduate Program of Law in Universitas Negeri Riau (UNRI), Riau, Indonesia. Since 2019 until now his position is Dean of Islamic Business and Economics Faculty in IAIN Palangka Raya, Indonesie


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SABIAN, U. (2020). Anatomy of Hasupa Hasundau Hapakat (H3) as a lawmaking system. Utopía Y Praxis Latinoamericana, 25(1), 257-267. Recuperado a partir de