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Indonesian Journal of Social Sciences

ISSN 1978-760X

Vol. 2 / No. 2 / Published : 2010-07

Order : 2, and page :70 - 76

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Original Article :

The three human morphotypes in indonesia

Author :

  1. Josef Glinka SVD*1
  2. Myrtati Artaria*2
  3. Koesbardiati T*3
  1. Department of Anthropology, FISIP, Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia
  2. Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik

Abstract :

Indonesia has so many varieties of people and culture. Yet, not many scientists are  interested in conducting research to the recent people. The purpose of this study was to try to find out the answer, if the Deuteromalayids, Dayakids, and Protomalayids were really three different morphological groups. Individual data were taken from Javanese students representing the Deuteromalayids, Haddon’s data representing the Dayakids, and Bijlmer’s data for Protomalayids. The data contain maximum head length (g-op), breadth (eu-eu), bizygomatic breadth (zy-zy), bigonial breadth (go-go), facial (n-gn) and nasal height (n-sn), nasal breadth (al-al) and stature. Cephalic, facial and nasal indices were calculated. The result of Standardized Canonical Discriminant Function Coefficients were above 80% with a mean of 89.0%. As many as 88.9% samples were correctly classified. It could be concluded that the morphological diversity of the three analysed groups – the Protomalayaids, the Deuteromalayaids and the Dayakids

Keyword :

morphology, human diversity, Deuteromalayid, Dayakid, Protomalayid,


References :

Glinka, J. ,(1978) Gestalt und Herkunft. Beitrag zur anthropologischen Gliederung Indonesiens. St. Augustin bei Bonn : Studia Instituti Anthropos 35

Glinka, J., Artaria, M. D., Koesbardiati, T,(2008) Metode Pengukuran Manusia Surabaya : Airlangga University Press

Glinka, J., et al.,(2009) Manusia Makhluk Sosial Biologis Surabaya : Airlangga University Press





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