Indonesian Ideology of Pancasila: A Structuration Dimensions to Developing Indonesian Solidarity

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M. Saleh Sjafei, Rudy Pramono

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Pancasila ideology and (its subs) other ideologies in the cultural life of socie-ty, a pluralistic Indonesian nation. This study aims to understand the reciprocal relationship between various ideologies of ethnic groups, religions, races, and groups (SARA) with the Pancasila ideology that applies in the Indonesian nation and state. This relationship can be explained by one or more propositions from Giddens' theory of "The Constitution of Society: Outline of the Theory of Structuration". This study shows that Pancasila's ideology should be used to change society (social engineering) to allow the Indonesian people not to get caught up in traffic jams for too long in the position of "shadow nation-state" as Anderson predicted. In relationships between groups often display a distinctive attitude. In this connection, one of the concepts reviewed by social scientists is prejudice. Prejudice is a term that has various meanings. However, related to inter-group relations, this term refers to the hostility shown by a group towards a particular group based on the presumption that the group has unpleasant features. A nation is a socially constructed community, something as imagined by the people of a country (the people) who perceive themselves as part of the group.

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