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Indonesia for Sociology
Transcript of Indonesia for Sociology
Urban cities of Indonesia use technologies just like in here! (internet, computers, television, cellphone, tablets, etc. )
Most middle class people have private motorcycle or cars
Public Transportation in big cities: trains, taxis, buses, motorcycle taxis, angkot, pedicab.
Factories use newest technology to make their products
Rural people travel by motorcycle, bicycle, carriage or foot
Most people that don't live in big city use a lot of traditional equipment, such as ploy, traditional stove.
Traditional people still use traditional machine to produce clothing fabric and food.
Traditional music instrument
17th of August 1945
National Symbol of Indonesia
The national language is BAHASA INDONESIA (Indonesian)
Originated from Melayu, similar with Malaysian
Use Roman alphabet (same with English)
English is a required class at school
There are more than
different traditional languages or dialects all over Indonesia. If you go to different place they will speak in different traditional language!
Toraja's Traditional Funeral
over 300 tribes
all over Indonesia
no using your left hand
it's normal to eat with your fingers (as long as you don't use your left hand)
respect older people, women, and children
Be polite! For example: remove footwear when entering a home, guest wait to eat until urged several times or until the host eat.
"please", "sorry", and "thank you"
Estimated total number of islands: 17.000
biggest archipelago in the world
Indonesia is the biggest Moslem country in the world
*bigger than Saudi Arabia!
is Indonesia's most popular sport
Indonesian eats rice everyday!
(means thank you)
Jakarta, 9 million population (2009)
Angkot in Padang, Sumatera
Angklung, Indonesian traditional instrument form Bandung, West Java
traditional shrimp cracker: "kerupuk"