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THE INFLUENCE OF FIRST OR OTHER LANGUAGES IN THE USE OF PREPOSITION IN SINGAPORE ENGLISH Wulandari, Dwi
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Volume 1 Nomor 1 Oktober 2010
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

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Preposisi adalah salah satu kelas kata yang sulit untuk diajarkan, karena bisa jadi preposisi memiliki makna yang abstrak, apalagi dlam konteks bahasa kedua, seperti pada kasus Singapora, dimana ada lebih dari satu bahasa yang digunakan dalam kegiatan sehari-hari. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengkaji kesalahan penggunaan preposisi pada bahasa Inggris Singapora dalam kaitannya dengan pengaruh bahasa ibu dan bahasa lain yang juga digunakan secara bersama-sama. Hasil kajian menunjukkan bahwa terjadi kesalahan penggunaan preposisi terutama untuk preposisi yang menunjukkan makna abstrak. Selain itu proses generalisasi dalam pembelajaran bahasa Inggris juga menunjukkan bagaimana kesalahan penggunaan preposisi bisa terjadi. Bahasa Melayu dan bahasa Cina memberikan pengaruh yang besar dalam pemahaman makna preposisi. Preposisi bahasa Inggris yang digunakan seringkali masih mengacu pada makna asalnya dalam bahasa melayu, dan digunakan sebagaimana mereka menggunakan partikel dalam bahasa Cina.
English-Only Policy as Language Pressure Wulandari, Dwi
KAJIAN SASTRA Vol 32, No 1 (2008)
Publisher : KAJIAN SASTRA

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Kebijaksanaan untuk memakai bahasa Inggris saja di AmerikaSerikat menuai banyak kontroversi. Dengan tujuan untukmenyatukan bangsa, kebijaksanaan ini diterapkan di sekolah, dengan berbagai program yang mengharuskan para imigran untuk bisa menguasai bahasa Inggris dengan cepat sehingga mereka bisa mempelajari ilmu-ilmu lainnya sebagaimana yang dipelajari oleh sfsruo yang berbahasa dbu bahasa Inggris. Namun pada kenyataannya, kebijaksanaan ini justru memberikan masalah bagi siswa imigran karena mereka mendapat sikap negatif dan pada akhirnya memicu konflik identitas bagi mereka dan menghilangkan warisan bahasa mereka. Kebijaksanqan ini juga menyebabkan penutur bahasa Inggris tidak sensitif bahkan meremehkan budayalain sehingga mereka kehilangan kesempatan untuk mempelajarinya. Ada tiga hal yang menyebabkan kebijaksanaan tersebut tetap diterapkan meskipun telah menimbulkan masaloh; salah pengertian terhadap bilingual education, peranan mass media yang cenderungmembela kebijaksanaan ini, dan adanya keinginan dari penguasa untuk mempertahankan status kekuasaannya denganmempertahankan status bahasa Inggris.
TRANSPLANTASI LAMUN Thalassia hemprichii DENGAN METODE JANGKAR DI PERAIRAN TELUK AWUR DAN BANDENGAN, JEPARA Wulandari, Dwi; Riniatsih, Ita; Yudiati, Ervia
Journal of Marine Research Vol 2, No 2 (2013) : Journal of Marine Research
Publisher : Journal of Marine Research

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The seagrass bed is a coastal ecosystem which have an important role for the coastal environment. The seagrass beds are vulnerable with changes of water environmental conditions. The decrease of seagrass beds area in the world are the result from environmental stresses both of natural and impact of human activities. Transplantation is one way of to rehabilitate the condition of seagrass beds were damaged. The purpose of this research was to determine the survival rate and the rate of growth of transplanted seagrass Thalassia hemprichii with anchor method at Teluk Awur and Bandengan Waters Jepara. The method used in this research was field experimental method. Determination of sites using purposive random sampling method. The research was conducted at two stations are Teluk Awur Water as Station I and Bandengan Water as Station II. Each station divided into 3 plots of observation. The environmental parameters were taken are: salinity, temperature, current velocity, depth, nitrate, phosphate, dissolved oxygen, organic matter, composition and grain size of the substrate. The results showed that the survival rate of seagrass transplants at Teluk Awur water was higher when compared to the survival rate of seagrass transplants at Bandengan water. The survival rate of seagrass transplants at Teluk Awur water have a range of of 38,89% to 41,67%, while the survival rate of seagrass transplants at Bandengan water have a range of 20,97% to 23,15%. The average range growth rate of seagrass transplants at Teluk Awur water was 0,13 cm/day to 0,16 cm/day, while the average range growth rate of seagrass transplants at Bandengan water was 0.16 cm/day up to 0.17 cm/day.
Macroprudential Policy on Banking Sector in Indonesia Emyliani, Feny Putri; Wulandari, Dwi; Sakarji, Siti Rosnita; Narmaditya, Bagus Shandy
TRIKONOMIKA Vol 17 No 1 (2018): June Edition
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Pasundan

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This study investigates the implementation of macroprudential policy on banking sector and society. The research applied a descriptive analysis by using an in-depth interview with Bank Indonesia, representative of commercial bank, and society. The result showed that macroprudential policy has no impact on individual, but it had an impact on industrial banking specifically on bank credit lending which caused by LTV regulation. The society responses to the LTV policy is that the majority do not object to the imposition of a maximum limit for housing credit enacted by bank because of the relatively long credit period. Furthermore, another instrument of macroprudential such as GWM-LFR does not have an impact on banking sector and society but capital buffer instrument assuming a sluggish economy condition is assessed to have an impact on lending by banks.
THE SYNERGY OF FISCAL AND MONETARY POLICY FOR REAL SECTOR Permatasari, Ika; Cahyono, Hendry; Wulandari, Dwi; Sumarsono, Hadi
Journal of Economics, Business, and Accountancy | Ventura Vol 16, No 3 (2013): Desember 2013
Publisher : STIE Perbanas Surabaya

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One of the causes of low growth and the real sectors contribution is economic policy, both fiscal and monetary that is lesssupportive of the economic actors in the real sector. From the fiscal side, the budget magnitudescan be seen to the realsector (e.g. Agriculture) that is less than 5 percent. The funds are still skimpy that assessed itis difficult todevelop the agricultural sector. From the monetary side, the interest rate is judged still too high and cause economic actors in the real sector is quite difficult to get capital access. This study aims to find synergies between fiscal and monetary policy to support the real sector. This research was using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) through the distribution ofquestionnaires to respondents of SME in Surabaya. The results showedthat interest rate and capital accessto financial institutions are factors considered by SME in obtaining credit (monetary policy). On the other hand, raw materials subsidies and fuel are also a major concern for them to increase production output (fiscal policy).
Kebebasan Berbisnis dan Harga Saham di Lima Negara Asean Wulandari, Dwi
Jurnal Aplikasi Manajemen Vol 11, No 2 (2013)
Publisher : Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Brawijaya

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Abstract: The purpose of this research is to understand the impact of economic freedom and monetaryvariables in five ASEAN countries namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines and Singapore. Economic freedom of these countries is varied. Singapore can be categorized as ”free”; whereas, Malaysia and Thailand are ”moderately free”. Indonesia and Philippines are ”mostly unfree”. It was found that there were different variables affecting stock price in these countries. In Indonesia, stock price are affected bystock prices in the past. In Malaysia, stock prices are affected by exchange rate. While in Thailand, stock prices are affected by interest rate. In Philippines, stock prices are affected by interest rate and stock prices in the past. In Singapore, stock prices are affected by the inflation rate. Keywords: stock price, inflation, interest rate, exchange rate, money supply, ASEAN countries
Pengaruh Beberapa Variabel Moneter Terhadap Harga Saham di Lima Negara Asean Wulandari, Dwi
Jurnal Ekonomi Kuantitatif Terapan Vol. 7, No. 2, Agustus 2014 (pp. 83-198)
Publisher : Jurnal Ekonomi Kuantitatif Terapan

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The purpose of this research is to understand the impact of  monetary variables namely inflation, interest rate, exchange rate and money supply on stock prices in five ASEAN countries namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philipinnes and Singapore. These countries has different characteristic than stock market in other countries because their stock market has experienced two big crises. Monetary policy of their government has serious impact on how these countries managed their financial markets.  It was found that there were different variables affecting stock price in these countries. In Indonesia, stock prices are affected by stock prices in the past. In Malaysia, stock prices are affected by exchange rate. While in Thailand, stock prices are affected by interest rate. In Philipinnes, stock prices are affected by interest rate and stock prices in the past. In Singapore, stock prices are affected by the inflation rate.
KEBEBASAN EKONOMI DI INDONESIA Wulandari, Dwi
Jurnal Ekonomi dan Studi Pembangunan Vol 6, No 2 (2014)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Malang

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The Indonesian economy continues to be considered “mostly unfree” due to the lack of progress in other critical areas of economic freedom. Indonesia has lagged in promoting the effective rule of law. The judicial system remains vulnerable to political interference, and property rights are not strongly protected. Despite some progress, lingering corruption continues to undermine enforcement of the rule of law and hampers the realization of Indonesia’s full growth potential. Over the 20-year history of the Index, Indonesia has advanced its economic freedom score by modest overall score. This modest overall score increase has been relatively broad-based, facilitated by improvements in six of the 10 economic freedoms including trade freedom, freedom from corruption, and fiscal freedom, each of which gained 10 points or more. Keywords: Economic freedom, Freedom from corruption, trade freedom, fiscal freedom, monetary freedom, business freedom
Dampak Literasi Keuangan Pada Akses Layanan Keuangan: Studi Pada Kepemilikan Polis Asuransi di Malang Wulandari, Dwi; Narmaditya, Bagus Shandy
Jurnal Ekonomi dan Studi Pembangunan Vol 7, No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Malang

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Financial literacy is one focus of attention of the government in Indonesia. It becomes important because due to a wide range of individuals faced with complex choices about financial services, such as the use of banking services, insurance, capital markets, and a wide range of investment products with the use of which in this case required knowledge, understanding so that they can use or choose the financial products and services. The results of this study found that the level of penetration of insurance ownership is still low. The research data was obtained from interviews and field studies with some insurance agents. From the data obtained by the average person who has studied middle-income, even though, in reality they do not necessarily want to buy products caused less understanding the financial product. This means that the level of financial literacy someone give a very high rule for having insurance.Keywords: Financial Literacy, Financial access, Insurance
Analisis Guncangan Eksternal Terhadap Indikator Moneter dan Makro Ekonomi Indonesia Retnasih, Nora Ria; Agustin, Grisvia; Wulandari, Dwi
Jurnal Ekonomi dan Studi Pembangunan Vol 8, No 2 (2016)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Malang

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In accordance with the theory of a small open economy, Indonesia including the category of countries whose economies are vulnerable to the effects from another country who has a close working relationship, such as the United States of America (USA). The purpose of this study was to measure the effect of federal funds rate on BI rate; and BI rate implications on exchange rate, economic growth, and consumer price index. This type of research is quantitative. Collecting data using techniques of documentation provided by the Federal Reserve Data (FRED), Bank Indonesia (BI), and Bureau Central of Statistic (BPS). The analysis tool using Stationarity test, stability models test, determination of lag, and Structural Vector Autoregressive Models (svar). Based on the results of SVAR estimation can be concluded that Federal Fund Rate have a positive and significant effect on BI rate. By implication, BI rate have a positive and significant effect on exchange rate. However, BI rate has also positive but no significant effect on GDP. Neither CPI, the effect is negative and significant.Keywords: Federal Fund Rate, Exchange Rate, Gross Domestic Product, Consumer Prices Index, BI RateJEL Classification: E52, E60