Horbo jolo & horbo pudi konflik kekerabatan dalam marga Simanjuntak (Studi kasus Kecamatan Tampahan, Kabupaten Toba)

Rejemias, Marthin Simanjutak and Irfan, Simatupang (2023) Horbo jolo & horbo pudi konflik kekerabatan dalam marga Simanjuntak (Studi kasus Kecamatan Tampahan, Kabupaten Toba). Bagas: Jurnal Antropologi Sumatera, 2 (1): 4. pp. 201-212. ISSN 2810-0506

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The title of this study is "Horbo Jolo & Horbo Pudi (kinship conflict within the simanjuntak clan)". This study wants to see the disharmony among the descendants of one clan in the Batak community which is sourced from myths/folklore or turi-turians but still has an impact un+l now, namely the Simanjuntak clan which is divided into two namely Simanjuntak horbo jolo and Simanjuntak horbo pudi. This study aims to see how the conflict between horbo jolo and horbo pudi affects and its development within the Simanjuntak clan. This study used qualitative research methods. This type of research is descriptive research, namely research that describes the social conditions in society. Data collection techniques in this study used interviews, how researchers searched for informants who knew the history of conflicts that occurred in the Simanjuntak horbo jolo and horbo pudi clans, literature study, observation and documentation.This research was conducted in Tampahan where the location is an area with a population of the Simanjuntak clan. Raja Marsundung Simanjuntak from the beginning was recognized by the Batak community, especially those of the Simanjuntak clan, who had 2 wives, namely Boru Hasibuan and Boru Sihotang. The descendants of the two wives of King MarsundungSimanjuntak conflict based on myths or folklore/turi-turian is due to the division of inheritance lef by King Marsundung Simanjuntak in the form of rice fields and buffalo which must be divided in half between King parsuratan as the son of the first wife of King Marsundung and King Mardaup, King Sitombuk and King Hutabulu the son of the second wife. For people who have many relatives, it is a sensitive matter if seen from the beginning of human civilization starting from cloth and Abel to the descendants of Ibrahim/Abraham between Ishmael and Isaac to the conflicts that occurred within the Simanjuntak clan. The conclusion is that the conflicts that occur within the Simanjuntak clan are conflicts caused by past history which were later adopted by some of Simanjuntak's descendants. The difference in principle that occurs today is one of the elements in the development of the Simanjuntak conflict. Some of the Sitolu Sada Ina group descended from King Mardaup, King Sitombuk and King Hutabulu already had the thought that it was time to eliminate the idea that parsuratan and Sitolu Sada Ina were united. The disharmony between the descendants of Simanjuntak Parsuratan and Simanjuntak Sitolu Sada Ina can be seen from the mention of the Batak community towards the Simanjuntak clan, namely Simanjuntak Horbo Jolo and Simanjuntak Horbo Pudi. The disharmony that occurs in the descendants of King Marsundung Simanjuntak is still ongoing today. The term for horbo jolo and horbo pudi against the simanjuntak clan is an allusion to another clan which is a clan of the Batak ethnic group as a form of disharmony between the descendants of simanjuntak parsuratan who is the son of the first wife of boru Hasibuan with Simanjuntak mardaup, sitombuk and hutabulu who are descendants of the second wife The king of Marsundung Simanjuntak is Boru Sihotang. Is the conflict between Simanjuntak Horbo Jolo and Horbo Pudi the same as the conflict between Israel, who is Isaac's descendant, and Arabs, who are Ishmael's descendants.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Conflict, Disharmony, Kinship
Subjects: Social and Political Sciences > Social Concerns
Depositing User: Djaenudin djae Mohamad
Date Deposited: 04 Oct 2023 03:52
Last Modified: 04 Oct 2023 03:52
URI: https://karya.brin.go.id/id/eprint/26701

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