Women's Communication Patterns in the Manjau Nayuh Tradition in North Lampung Regency

  • Anna Gustina Zainal, Amiruddin Saleh, Aida Vitayala S Hubeis, Krisharini Matindas

Abstract

Every society in its life must undergo changes. These changes can be about social values, social norms, behavioral patterns, layers of society, social interactions and so on. The research aims to find out how the communication patterns of women in the man tradition in Pepadun traditional marriages.
The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative research method. The selection of informants is based on subjects who master the problem, have data and are willing to provide data in this study. In this study data collection techniques were carried out using observation, interview and document techniques.
The results of the research characteristic of Lampung Jurai Pepadun people are that the community uses the dialect of the language "Nyo" or accented "O" and some people use the dialect of the language "Api" or dialect "A" and also the Lampung Pepadun people are a group of people marked by traditional ceremonies ascending the throne by using a ceremonial ceremony called "Pepadun". The research results of Lampung Jurai Pepadun's characteristics are that the people use the dialect of the language "Nyo" or dialect "O" and some people use the dialect of the language "Fire" or dialect "A" and also the Lampung Pepadun people are a community group marked by a traditional ceremony ascended the throne by using a traditional ceremony called "Pepadun".
Manjau tradition is one part of a series of traditional marriages. The pattern of women's communication in the Manjau tradition in North Lampung Regency is identical to the communication process carried out by the women in the manjau procession. Because communication patterns are a series of activities to convey messages so that feedback is obtained from message reception.
Women's communication patterns in Manjau tradition in North Lampung Regency formed are interactional communication patterns or models, women's communication patterns in Manjau tradition with this model emphasize more on the process of two-way communication between two communities. In other words communication takes place in two directions: from the sender of the message to the recipient , and from the recipient to the sender of the message.

Published
2020-05-01