Tracing The Carok Culture Of The Madurese Community In The Customary Law System In Indonesia

Authors

  • Sendy Pratama Firdaus University of Jember
  • Muhammad Ghifari Fardhana Bahar University of Jember
  • Basri Muhammad Ridwan Sangadji University of Jember

Keywords:

Carok, Customary Law, Restorative Justice, Madurese Society

Abstract

Madurese tend to use Carok in dispute resolution. According to the Madurese community, the Carok route is the fulfillment of a sense of justice. The disputes that were resolved in Carok took the form of adultery, insult, and revenge. The practice of Carok itself is carried out by fighting between Madurese men using sickle weapons. This paper describes the value of justice according to the Madurese community, steps to prevent Carok violence, and reconceptualization of the Carok culture itself. In addition, at the end of this paper will provide a comparison with other cultures, namely, sigajeng laleng lipa which has similarities to the Carok culture to provide a reinterpretation of the Carok culture with the aim of reducing retaliation or revenge.

Author Biography

Basri Muhammad Ridwan Sangadji, University of Jember

Undergraduated Law Student in University of Jember and member of FK2H

Published

2021-03-13

How to Cite

Sendy Pratama Firdaus, Muhammad Ghifari Fardhana Bahar, & Sangadji, B. M. R. (2021). Tracing The Carok Culture Of The Madurese Community In The Customary Law System In Indonesia. Jurnal Hukum Lex Generalis, 2(3), 236–248. Retrieved from https://www.rewangrencang.com/ojs/index.php/JHLG/article/view/45