The Factors Which Support The Development of Catholic People in Arjowilangun Village South Malang From 1965 to 1975

Hariawan Adji, 0011106906 and JB Banawiratma and Fatimah Husein (2015) The Factors Which Support The Development of Catholic People in Arjowilangun Village South Malang From 1965 to 1975. En Arche: Indonesian Journal of Inter-Religious Studies, 1 (4). pp. 60-92. ISSN 2088-8228

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Arjowilangun Village is located in a flat area surrounded by the rocky hills of the southern part of Malang residency. The north border of this village is Brantasriver which has now become the main source of water of Ir. Sutami (Karangkates) Dam; the east is the dam itself; the west is the South Blitar; and the south is the steep valleys of Rajegwesi hills. Most part of the area is dry field (without irrigation) so that they only plant rice one a year and at other times they plant corn, soy bean, chilly, and cassava. The other huge part of the area is sugar cane plantation. Most of the inhabitants are farmers; very few are civil servants and teachers. The number of people living in Arjowilangun village today is 12.972 in which 11.814 are Muslims (putihan and abangan), 543 are Catholics, 90 are Protestant and 525 are Hindus.1 The religious facilities in the area includes 6 mosques, 59 Islamic prayer buildings (langgar), 6 churches (1 Catholic church, 3 chapels and 2 Protestant church) and 4 Hindu temples.2 Before 1965 this area was surrounded by teak (jati) forest. This forest was a ring that surrounded the village and made it a little bit isolated from the outside world. Inside the ring, there was a huge area of sugar cane plantation and rice field. Most of the areas of the sugar cane plantation belonged to the Dutch companywhile the rice fields belonged to the local farmers. The people lived in five dusun3 scattered in the area. The five dusun are Duren, PanggangLele, Barisan, Sidodadi and Lodalem (the two last dusun were the most isolated ones. Sidodadi is on the border with South Blitar, separated by a river, while Lodalem is just in the valley of Rajegwesi hills.) The distance between one dusun to another dusun is about two kilometer and all of them are covered by sugar cane plantation.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Development, Catholic
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BL Religion
K Law > K Law (General) > K1-7720 Law in general. Comparative and uniform law. Jurisprudence > K(520)-5582 Comparative law. International uniform law > K3820-3836 Economic constitution, policy, planning, and development
Divisions: 12. Fakultas Ilmu Budaya > Sastra Inggris
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Depositing User: Mrs Nadia Tsaurah
Date Deposited: 29 Nov 2019 02:52
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