The religious role of the leadership of the Mosalaki Wonda, Ndori Clan, Lio Ethnicity, Ende District
Keywords:Leadership, lio ethnicity, Mosalaki wonda, Ndori clan, Religious role
This article is intended to explore a theme, “The Religious Role of The Leadership of Mosalaki Wonda, Ndori Clan, Lio Ethnicity, Ende District”. It raises the issue of how important is the religious functions of the Mosalaki (traditional leader) as a manager of the people in Wonda village. And it is designed to describe the duties given to him. Actually, in that area, the traditional leader has several jobs, but on this occasion, only discussed a religious role of him who can be an example for his citizens. The problem mentioned above can be analized based on the social theory promoted by Horton, Hunt, Soekanto, and Koentjaraningrat. All the informations related to the problem have been obtained through qualitative approaches and completed with some methods such as interview, oboservation, and documentary study. Mostly, the researchers take notes to what they observe, read some of references. As well as they used camera to record the utterences spoken by the interviewrs. Then, the data can be analyzed by using a model of analysis as recognized as iterative spiral which promoteb by Lan Dey.
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