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Berumpun; International Journal of Social, Politics and Humanities
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Berumpun is an international journal of social, politics and humanities published by Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Bangka Belitung University, Indonesia. This journal aims to publish articles in the field of social, politics, and humanities. Berumpun accepts submission of articles round the year and will be blind reviewed. All the articles will be published in the upcoming publication. The journal will be published in every March and October.
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CHILDREN AND ONLINE GAME Wilujeng, Panggio Restu
Berumpun International Journal of Social, Politics and Humanities
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This study aims  to investigate children behavior in playing online games. This is qualitative  study, case study, it  was explored any behaviours of children online games activity with used participant observation, in depth interview and used snowball sampling as sampling technique. The theory used in this study is a theory of Simulation, Simulacra and Hiperreality by Jean Baudrillard that explain online games create condition, consequences or results from creation of reality models and imagination which replacing reality itself where children reality can replaced by game reality. . This Study located at Caesar Game Centre inside Kampung Ngoresan, most children plays in there. The result of this study shows different behaviours between each children on playing online games because of Simulacrum,built in Point Blank game then it blurred reality of children lifeworld in the game until Hiperreality shaped.  
TO DWELL AND TO REINHABIT: KIANA DAVENPORTS’S HOUSE OF MANY GODS AS BIOREGIONAL LITERATURE Indriyanto, Kristiawan
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Environmental degradation has become a pivotal issue in Hawai’i nowadays. The policies of United States’government and military has shaped the Hawai’ian ecology. Through the process of ecological imperialism,started from the beginning of American colonialism, both the Hawai’ian’s landscape and their connection withthe environment is disrupted. Modern Hawai’ian ecology nowadays is a postcolonial ecology, which was, andstill is molded by the American imperial power. As a product of colonialism, Hawai’ians’ have becomealienated with their ancestral traditions, especially regarding interrelation between human and non-human.Taking cues from Lawrence Buell’s assertion that environmental crisis is a crisis of the imagination, modernHawai’ian literature tries to reorient human–non human relationship from indigenous Hawai’ianepistemology. As seen in Kiana Davenport’s the House of Many Gods, traditional Hawai’ian perspective isreimagined to reterritorialize Hawai’ians in their previous environmental outlook, before the arrival of theAmericans. This study argues that by several bioregional concepts such as dwelling, and reinhabit, KianaDavenport’s the House of Many Gods can be stated as a bioregional literature.
CODE SWITCHING AND CODE MIXING IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES’ SPEECH COMMUNITY: A SOCIOLINGUISTICS APPROACH Wartinah, Ni Nyoman
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Enormously complex and not well understood are some state of affairs for a bilingual to ‘change’ theuse of language from one to another when having conversation with other bilinguals in dailyconversation. This linguistics behavior of changing the language, or widely known as ‘languageswitching’ and ‘language mixing’, leads the researchers to find out the trigger behind this phenomenon.After done a research on Malaysian pre-school students, Karen Kow (2003) proposed some reasons ofdoing code switching and code mixing namely lack of one word in either language, to avoidmisunderstanding, to make a point, etc. However, students of graduated students of English LanguageStudies of Sanata Dharma University can be categorized as bilingual or multilingual since they employtwo even many languages in the daily conversation in their speech community. Therefore, by taking 12students of A class as the subject of the research through random sampling method, the discussion ofthis research will focus on investigating the reasons of both code switching and code mixing.
Emotional Violence Caused by the Effect of Parents’ Rolein Cultural Hegemony of Social Control on Children in Lia Shine’s TerpaksaMenikah: A Case Study Pratama Saputra, Putra
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Emotional violence is violence that can frustrate social development on children or mental health children. Emotional violence is verbal violencethat is usually received by the involving feelings in himself. This will impact that distasteful to the development of children. According to Moffat “emotional violence will make children unable to give or receive affection normally”. Research has a reference to see hegemony cultural influenced by violence emotional, where hegemony culture is an aspect of leadership where it is dominated by a class that cause a pressure in the domain of the habit or culture. This relatively relation to social control in emotional children. So it will be examined through the theory of social control  which will show expectation of violent emotional to the development of children.    
‘I school at…’ and Other Sentences: A Phenomenon of English Sentence Production of Indonesian EFL Learners Eli Indriyani, Christina; Septiyani, Maria Septiyani
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Learning English as a foreign language is important but it is also difficult. The reason why it is important is that it can support learners to reach the opportunities in the future, for example getting a job, getting a scholarship, conducting a research and many others. However, it is also difficult. The difficulties can be seen from various aspects, such as learners’ background knowledge, learners’ mother tongue, and learners’ anxiety. Indonesian who learn English experiences these kinds of difficulties. English is learnt as a foreign language in Indonesia. Though it has taught since early level, there are mistakes found by the writers when the learners produce spoken or written utterances. The mistake that triggers the writers to write this paper is the sentence ‘I am school at SMA 5 Kupang,’ when the student meant to say ‘Saya bersekolah di SMA 5 Kupang.’ This kind of mistake raises since the students do not get used to English and they have lack of knowledge of English. Therefore, instead of saying ‘I study at SMA 5 Kupang,’they say ‘I am school at SMA5 Kupang.’ This phenomenon likely influence students’ ability in producing utterances especially in direct translation. The data of this research was collected through observation and students’ performance in class. The data was analysed qualitatively and the result showed that most students made mistakes before the teachers correct them. This paper aims to dig out more on this phenomenon and it is expected to give more insight to the English learning and teaching process.    
SOCIAL PERSPECTIVES; LEGAL POLICY POST-CONSTITUTIONAL COURT DECISION NO. 46 / PUU-XIV / 2016 CONCERNING IMMORAL PROVISIONOF INDONESIA CRIMINAL CODE hariansah, Syafri
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This paper examines the analysis of Court Decision Number 46 / PUU-XIV / 2016 concerning the application to extend criminal offenses in the Criminal Code (KUHP) related to adultery (Article 284), rape (Article 285), and lewd acts (Article 292). In the ruling, the Constitutional Court rejected the request for all. This verdict ends with differences of opinion among Constitutional Justices. Four of the nine Constitutional Court Justices presented dissenting opinions. Decision No. 46 / PUU-XIV / 2016 is very worthy to be studied in depth, because in its decision, there is a conflict of judges based on different perspectives and methods in answering constitutional issues.    
LAW AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS; AN ANALYSIS OF EARLY MARRIAGE FACTORS IN NIBUNG VILLAGE, KOBA DISTRICT, CENTRA BANGKA REGENCY Gunawan, Arifin Faqih
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics and Humanities Vol 2 No 1 (2019): Volume 2 Berumpun Journal
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The Marriage Law, number 1 of 1974 gives the minimum age limit for a person to be allowed to marry if a man has reached the age of 19 years and a woman has reached the age of 16 years. This study explains the factors influence the occurrence of early marriage in Nibung Village, Koba District, Central Bangka Regency. The purpose of this study is to identify the  factors that influence the occurrence of early marriage in Nibung Village, and to see the public's understanding of early marriage from the side of the Law. The results of this study indicate that there are 2 categories of factors that influence early marriage. There are two positive trend factors which are parents’ perceptions & culture and beliefs. There are also two negative trend factors which are intellectuality and the value of virginity
A REFLECTION ON INTERACTIONAL FEEDBACK BY STUDENTS OF SANATA DHARMA UNIVERSITY ferianda, sandy; Herdiyanti, Herdiyanti
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics and Humanities Vol 2 No 1 (2019): Volume 2 Berumpun Journal
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Interactional feedback as a means of helping second language (L2) learners to focus on form has received increased attention recently in the field of second language acquisition (SLA). Moreover, feedback is also considered as an effective way to help the students improve their ability in learning L2. Subsequently, as teachers encourage use of the target language in their classrooms, they must consider how to provide feedback to their students concerning the accuracy of their utterances. This paper attempts to reveal the answers for the research question which is “what does interactional feedback mean to the students?” There are two participants who were willing to share their lived experiences. The data are in a form of texts and gathered from an in-depth interview in which the data are then extracted to be the themes for the discussion. For the themes, there are two major themes appear in the study namely motivation and self-improvement. Motivation was the first theme that appeared from the study. The comments and feedback could motivate the participants to perform better in their next speaking practices. Additionally, motivation indeed becomes one of the positive effects which could make the participants feel motivated in improving their speaking ability through the feedback from their lecturers. Self-improvement became the second major theme from the study. Self-improvement was derived from the participants’ consciousness when they encountered the mistakes that they often committed when speaking. Contextually, the interactional feedback that the participants gained from the lecturer made the participants aware of the mistake that they had committed. Therefore, after gaining the feedbacks from their teacher, they are triggered to improve their performance in the next speaking assignments.    
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SUPERVISION ON ISLAMIC EDUCATION (PAI) TEACHER'S PERFORMANCE OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL (SMP) IN PANGKALPINANG Mardiyah, Sri
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics and Humanities Vol 2 No 1 (2019): Volume 2 Berumpun Journal
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This paper is based on the many problems that occur in the implementation of the supervision of teaching junior high school Islamic education in the city of Pangkalpinang. Teaching supervision as a form of assistance and guidance to teachers to develop their abilities in the learning process has not been giving a significant impact in improving the quality of Islamic Education (PAI) learning. For this reason, a qualitative descriptive study was conducted on two state junior high schools that had different characters and qualities. Data and information are collected through unstructured interviews, unstructured observation, and documentation. Furthermore, the data is processed and analyzed descriptively through interactively as the Miles and Huberman flow models, namely data reduction, data display, and conclusion. The results of data analysis showed that the supervision of PAI teaching in these two schools was still administrative. As a result, teaching supervision tends to be a mere formality and the basic principles have not been properly implemented. Naturally, the supervision of PAI teaching has not had a significant impact on PAI teachers, both due to supervisory competence and teacher readiness. However, there are also factors that are felt to be quite supportive, such as the commitment of supervisors in the midst of the limited number and desire of teachers to develop. Furthermore, based on the disclosure of facts on this issue, it is expected to be the basis of evaluation and efforts to improve the implementation of teaching supervision in the Junior High School in Pangkalpinang City, especially in Islamic Education Subjects.    
STUDENT'S READING INTEREST IN UNIVERSITY OF BANGKA BELITUNG Hayati, Laila; Ilham Bahtera, Novyandra
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics and Humanities Vol 2 No 1 (2019): Volume 2 Berumpun Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33019/berumpun.v2i1.14

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Indonesia is one of countries that has high quantity of people but low in quality. It is shown from the low rating in human development index. Thus, the quality improvement i.e. educational improvement should be implemented effectively. Reading is one of the most crucial element in the field of education.  The low rating of reading interest among Indonesian people becomes a tremendous issue which needs to be solved. To tackle, government implements the reading movement as contained in Act of the Republic of Indonesia number 20 of 2003 and ruled by Ministry of Culture and Education (Permendikbud) number 23 of 2015 about 15 minutes of literacy activities prior to the beginning of the study session. The study aims to identify the university students’ reading interest in University of Bangka Belitung as well as to examine the determinant and the obstacle of the university students’ reading interest. Structured questionnaire and online data collection methods were employed to obtain the primary data from 182 university students in University of Bangka Belitung, Indonesia. The study showed that the reading interest of university students in University of Bangka Belitung were at low score. About one-third of the respondents visited library once a week, one-fourth visited library twice a week and only 8.3 % of the respondents visited library 4 – 5 times a week. Almost one-fourth of respondents had 1 – 4 reading materials. Around half of respondents read less than an hour a day. As the determinant of book reading and library attendance, 61.3 % of the respondents were due to do assignment while only 16 % of respondents were due to habit and need to read. Whereas, as the obstacle to reading, almost half of respondents preferred using gadget, around one-fourth of respondents spent their times with friends and 39.2 % of respondents were too busy with their extracurricular activities on campus.      

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