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Phenomenology Study Of Merarik Tradition (Elopement) And Its Psychosocial Impact On Female Adolescents In East Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara

Publication Date : 01/08/2020


DOI : 10.21884/IJMTER.2020.7046.1UPDP

Author(s) :

Nurbaniy , Nurbaniy , Muljohadi sungkono , Sri andarini.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 7
,
Issue 7
(08 - 2020)



Abstract :

The tradition of merarik is the term of marriage commonly used by the Lombok Sasak people. This tradition is commonly known as elopement which is a tradition passed down from Sasak society. This merarik tradition is one of the legal contributors to the early marriage of teenagers. That is because most of the perpetrators of merarik tradition are children who are still of school age and most are aged 15-16 years [1]. Teens who get married early both by way of merarik tradition actually are not fully ready to go through household life because the immature level of physical, emotional, sexual and psychosocial development. This study aims to explore the phenomenon of merarik tradition on the psychosocial impact of perpetrators of merarik culture in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara. This study uses a descriptive phenomenological approach involving 10 informants who were married at school age. Data is collected by conducting in-depth interviews for 30 to 60 minutes. The results of data analysis found 4 themes, namely the emotional response of the family and community after merarik, received bad treatment from her husband (domestic violence), complex emotional conditions after marriage, and divorce.


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