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Indonesian society in general is a pluralistic society with cultural and religious backgrounds are different. The indigenous people living with migrant communities. The indigenous people living with immigrant communities. Plural society in a smaller scale are also found in various regions and cities. One element of the plurality of the Indonesian people is ethnic Chinese. In almost every region they occupy a special area called Chinatown. Pasarlama is the oldest Chinatown in Tangerang.Until now the picture as Chinatown still visible. As part of a pluralistic society, ethnic Chinese inhabitants Pasarlama must interact with other parts of the group.Social interaction allows the changes in the social and cultural life in Pasarlama.The interesting thing and needs to be studied from the existence of this process is a result of the process for the ethnic Chinese living in Pasarlama, Tangerang City. Based on the study obtained a description for the majority of members of the ethnic group of Chinese affected Europe in the construction of his house are door, window, and roof.
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Boedi, O. B. (2016). PENGARUH INTERAKSI SOSIAL TERHADAP GAYA BANGUNAN RUMAH DI PASARLAMA, KOTA TANGERANG. PURBAWIDYA: Jurnal Penelitian Dan Pengembangan Arkeologi, 4(2), 151–162. Retrieved from http://purbawidya.kemdikbud.go.id/index.php/jurnal/article/view/P4%282%292015-7
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