Journal Sampurasun : Interdisciplinary Studies for Cultural Heritage
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The scope encompasses the thematic as follows: Social and Humanity: Social Work, Sociology, Law, Education, Public Administration, Business Administration, Management, Culture and Art, Anthropology, History, Women Studies, Hospitality and Tourism. Socio Technical: Environment, Informatics Engineering, Urban and City Planning, Industrial Technology, Food Technology, and Architectural.
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ENDURING CLIMATE CHANGE AND FOOD INSECURITY THROUGH CHARCOAL PRODUCTION: A POVERTY COPING STRATEGY OF RELUCTANTINDIGENOUS WOMEN IN THE PHILIPPINES Lumbo, Susanita G.
Journal Sampurasun : Interdisciplinary Studies for Cultural Heritage Vol 3 No 1 (2017): Sampurasun Vol. 3 No. 1 - 2017
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This case study looked into the Philippines’ indigenous women’s understanding of charcoal production and its connection to climate change.   This specifically determined their level of knowledge of and attitude towards climate change and perception on the effects of climate change on health, livelihood, and environment.   The study employed triangulation method consisting of household interview, field observation, and key informant interview. Twenty-four women belonging to Hanunuo and Ratagnon Mangyan tribes served as participants of the study. They were fairly young, married, lowly educated, and had bigger households. Their primary sources of income included slash-and-burn farming and charcoal making. Their monthly family income fell below the poverty threshold.   The women were reluctant charcoal makers pushed to the limits due to lack of economic options. They had “very high” knowledge about climate change but had “neutral” attitude towards it.   They agreed charcoal production contributes to climate change. They already felt the phenomenon’s manifest effects on their health, livelihood, and environment. However, they needed to endure these while they cope with poverty and food insecurity. They lamented charcoal production is their only available option for their survival as upland farming is no longer viable.  They hoped they can avail of livelihood options, which do not entail extraction of natural resources.
THE BASIC MOVEMENT OF BASKETBALL MOVEMENT THROUGH APPLICATION OF MODEL PERSONALIZED SYSTEM OF INSTRUCTION (PSI) BASED ON ELECTRONIC MODULE (E-MODUL) Zakaria, Dhani Agusni; Adha, Septiana Rama; Dedi, Kurnia
Journal Sampurasun : Interdisciplinary Studies for Cultural Heritage Vol 4 No 2 (2018): Sampurasun Vol. 4 No. 2 - 2018
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Abstract Learning through the implementation of personalizedof instruction module(PSI) models based on digital modules is one of the learning models that can replace the traditional learning process or teacher-oriented learning to the learning process in the modern era which focuses on student-oriented learning or learning student-centered. This study aims to determine whether the implementation of themodel personalized system of instruction (PSI)based on electronic modules (e-module) can affect the mastery of basic motion of basketball, especially in junior high school students. This study uses an experimental method with the design used, namely pre post test control group, with a total sample of 40 students in which 20 students as the experimental group and 20 students as the control group. The research instrument used is the basic motion control sheet on basketball games which consists of mastering basic movements of passing, shooting and dribbling. For the duration of treatment, there are 5 meetings with the duration of each meeting for 3 x 40 minutes. The results of this study are themodels personalized system of instruction (PSI)based on digital modules (E-MODUL) capable of influencing the mastery of students' basic movements in basketball games. Keywords: Model personalized system of instruction (PSI) based on digital modules; Basic Motion; Basketball Games.
BUSINESS COOPERATION BETWEEN INDONESIA AND VIETNAM Ngoc, Nguyen
Journal Sampurasun : Interdisciplinary Studies for Cultural Heritage Vol 2 No 1 (2016): Sampurasun Vol. 2 No. 1 - 2016
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Currently, Indonesia has the fourth largest population in the world, with the tenth largest economy by purchasing power, and Indonesia is part of the G-20. Indonesia has an economic long-term developmentto be implemented between 2005 and 2025. The plan is divided into five-year period, each of them with a different sector development priorities. Regarding business climate, although generally positive, Indonesia still continues to experience challenges of uncertainty and lack of infrastructures. However, the Investment Coordinating Board has established one service called Pelayanan Terpadu Satu Pintu (PTSP) that provides business licenses, and there are further regulation for more openness regarding businesses implementations. Vietnam on the other hand has a development success story.The political and economic reform named (Doi Moi) was launched in 1986 and has transformed the country from one of the world's poorest countries, with a per capita income of about $ 100, to a medium income country in a century, with revenues of more than $ 2,000 per capita by the end of 2014. the government has recently paid increasing attention to improve the business environment, with two resolutions that was published in March 2014 and March 2015, established concrete measures to remove obstacles to business creation in Vietnam, with the goal of achieving a business environment comparable to the average of the ASEAN-6 countries group. Both of these countries: Indonesia and Vietnam have been running back ever ties relations, they have now become a means of fostering mutual understanding and strengthened cooperation between them, which is carried on in various sectors of thei reconomy. This paper will discuss about the business relationship between the Republic of Indonesia at the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
RURAL LIFE IMAGERY REPRESENTATIONS IN SELECTED FOLK SONGS Felisilda, Violeta
Journal Sampurasun : Interdisciplinary Studies for Cultural Heritage Vol 2 No 2 (2016): Sampurasun Vol. 2 No. 2 - 2016
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Pedagogical materials in teaching regional literature are needed in Philippine classrooms. However, the number of studies on regional literature that students and teachers can make use of is very limited. To cater to such academic demand, this study selected four folk songs of Southern Leyte, Philippines to determine the rural life imagery that they portray. The formalism approach in literary analysis was used in this study. The chosen folk songs were “AwitsaBukid” (Song of the Mountain), “Barutu” (Boat), “Alibangbang” (Butterfly), and “May BalayGamaysaBungtud” (There Was a Hut on the Hill).  The textual translation of the lyrics of the folk songs followed the Phonology-Orthography Correspondence: Sound-Letter System on pedagogic grammar for Cebuano Visayan. Coding and triangulation were applied to the data. The findings revealed that the selected folk songs of Southern Leyte had the following rural life imagery representations: “AwitsaBukid” (Song of the Mountain) - farmers working to attain a good harvest, “Barutu” (Boat) - a coffin made out of a sawed-off boat and funeral activities, “Alibangbang” (Butterfly) - a man courting and exploiting a woman then leaving her for another woman, “May BalayGamaysaBungtud” (There Was a Hut on the Hill) - a socialite mother living in a shanty on a hill. The literary analysis showed that the selected folk songs of Southern Leyte have representations of rural life imagery.
RIGHTS OWNERSHIP TO CERTIFIED LAND CONFRONTED WITH THE CUSTOMARY LAW IN THE LEGAL SYSTEM IN INDONESIA Aksnudin, Saim -
Journal Sampurasun : Interdisciplinary Studies for Cultural Heritage Vol 4 No 1 (2018): Sampurasun Vol. 4 No. 1 - 2018
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  In the national development the role of land for the fulfillment of various purposes will increase, either as a place to live or for business activities. In relation to that will also increase the need for support in the form of guarantee of legal certainty in the field of land. The result of the research is the conception of the state of Indonesia is a state law, which contains the meaning in the administration of government and the state based on the law, the protection of the law is a universal concept of the rule of law. The legal certainty on land rights as intended by the UUPA encompasses three things, namely the certainty of the object of land rights, certainty on the subject of land rights and certainty about the status of landrights. Legal conception of land title certificate is a proof that issued by authorized legal institution, containing juridical data and physical data which isused as evidence of ownership of land rights in order to provide assurance of legal certainty and certainty of rights to a plot of land owned or possessed by a person or legal entity. With the certificate of rights, it is expected that the juridical can guarantee the legal certainty and the right by the state for the holder of the right to the land. This country's guarantee is granted to the owner or the holder of the certificate may be granted because the land is already registered in the state land administration system.
Institutionalizing Cultural Funding at the Level of the Local Government in the Philippines Salazar, Gina S.
Journal Sampurasun : Interdisciplinary Studies for Cultural Heritage Vol 1 No 1 (2015): Sampurasun Vol. 1 No. 1 - 2015
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 The major purpose of the study is to outline how the institutionalization of funding for Culture and the Arts could be operationalized at the Local Government Units (LGUs) in the Philippines to facilitate the sustainability of cultural programs in Philippine localities. More specifically, this study aims to discuss the status of cultural funding in the Philippines and the challenges that beset the LGUs in operationalizing cultural funding at their level. Using the qualitative approach, the study proceeds with the analysis of the status of cultural funding in the Philippines; data are derived by the researcher as a participant-observer during a national training on Culture-based governance participated in by executives and tourism officers from Philippine LGUs. Gender- Responsive Budgeting is presented as a case of an institutionalized mechanism for financing gender concerns in the country, an illustration of the possibility of implementing institutionalized funding for Culture and the Arts at the level of the LGUs. The operationalization of the institutionalization of cultural funding is then outlined; challenges associated with the process of institutionalizing Culture and the Arts funds are analyzed using Thomas Schmitt’s general framework for the analysis of fields of governance; and recommendations are made as to how  these challenges are to be confronted by the LGUs. The institutionalization of cultural funding can only be ultimately realized for the LGUs via a Republic Act. A requisite external to institutionalization is the process of reforming mindsets in understanding Culture and its role in human development; and in shifting existing beliefs to the idea that effective Cultural Governance is equivalent to institutionalizing cultural funding at the Philippine LGUs. Keywords: Cultural Funding, Institutionalization, Funds for Culture, Philippine Local Government, Local Government Funding
INTEGRATION MODEL OF CREATIVE TELEMATICS INDUSTRIES WITH MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY IN WEST JAWA PROVINCE Nurhasan, Nurhasan
Journal Sampurasun : Interdisciplinary Studies for Cultural Heritage Vol 3 No 2 (2017): Sampurasun Vol. 3 No. 2 - 2017
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This research is important to integrate the vision and mission of Small and Medium Industries of Creative Telematics with the vision and mission of the Manufacturing Industry especially in West Java province, considering the facts or  existing condition  that between Small and Medium Industries of Creative Telematics and the Manufacturing Industry still run on their own way and there has not been symbiotic mutualism  relations and /or orientation of activities between the two levels of industry has not been integrated. This study was conducted by using empirical juridical approach which is oriented towards holistic study and in the process, legal disciplines receive related disciplines .Analysis of the object of research was conducted through legal analysis The results of this analysis is the drafting of Integration Model Construction of Small and Medium Industries of Creative Telematics in the strengthening of manufacturing industry to increase productivity and competitiveness of industry in west java province, which can be briefly described as follows: a) Intellectual Property Rights produced by Small and Medium Industries of Creative Telematics either Copyrights, Patents, industrial design, or Right to Layout Design of Integrated Circuits is appreciated and is utilized by the specific manufacturing industry, so that both Small and Medium Industries of Creative Telematics and specific manufacturing industry get Added Value to increase the productivity and the competitiveness of local industry and national industry, and periodically Small and Medium Industries of Creative Telematics get the program of technical and management assistance  from the specific manufacturing industry in order to meet the standardization of quality of products and quantity of products which is in accordance with standards set by the specific manufacturing industry, and also to gain greater trust from Financial Services  to boost the capital; b) the specific manufacturing Industry got efficiency and effectiveness in developing the investments especially related to the fulfillment of the market demands ( design development) and production capacity through symbiotic mutualism and Small and Medium Industries of Creative Telematics; c) The government obtained the holistic study as materials to formulate legislation (Act, government regulations, local regulations) in the field of development of Small and Medium Industries of Creative Telematics in particular, the integrated industrial development and the sustainable industrial development, and the increase of regional revenue in the form of both local taxes and levies. and d) Financial Institutions ( Financial Services ) can reduce or minimize the potency of bad loans from the Small and Medium Industries of Creative Telematics.    
SUPERFLEX® LEARNING MODEL TO IMPROVE SOCIAL SKILLS Rachmah, Huriah
Journal Sampurasun : Interdisciplinary Studies for Cultural Heritage Vol 2 No 1 (2016): Sampurasun Vol. 2 No. 1 - 2016
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Social skills are the skills we use to Communicate and Interact with Each Other, both verbally and non-verbally, through gestures, body language and our personal appearance. Human beings are sociable creatures and we have developed many ways to Communicate our messages, thoughts and feelings with others. Social skills as the cognitive functions and specific verbal and nonverbal behaviors that an individual Engages in when interacting with others, Including both verbal and nonverbal skills. Behavior contained in the learners are not fully passed on just like that. When students think harder to solve problems, ask better questions, explain the answer in a more logical or hear with more attention, means that learners are in the process of learning. Problem inability of learners in social skills can be trained with Superflex® learning model where students are invited to become a social detective invited to do your own search problems regarding their behavior so as to become a social thinker and solve social problems.
DEFINITIONS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WIVES AMONG INDONESIAN SOCIAL WORK COLLEGE STUDENTS Rusyidi, Binahayati
Journal Sampurasun : Interdisciplinary Studies for Cultural Heritage Vol 3 No 1 (2017): Sampurasun Vol. 3 No. 1 - 2017
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Violence against wives is the most common form of violence against women reported in Indonesia. Understanding the definition of violence against wives is one of first steps to address the problem given that recognition about what constitutes violent behaviors has an influence on how society responds to victims and perpetrators.             The study described and examined factors associated with the attitudes of Muslim undergraduate social welfare students toward definitions of violence against wives using socio-demographic and socio-cultural perspectives. Samples were selected non-randomly using convenience sampling techniques. Data were collected through a self-administered survey taken by 275 students in the social welfare department of two separate universities located in the provinces of Yogyakarta and East Java late 2016. Data was analyzed using hierarchical regressions techniques.             The study found that students generally reported stronger agreement to viewing physical violence as a form of violence against wives. On the contrary, they were less likely to view non-physical violence as violent behavior. Gender, attitudes toward gender roles, and type of university were found to be associated with attitudes toward the definition of violence against wives. Implications from the findings were discussed, taking into account the roles of educational institutions in shaping the students’ attitudes.
A THE EMPOWERMENT OF COMMUNAL AND SOCIO-CULTURAL VALUE IN PYRAMID SCHEME DISPUTE SETTLEMENT Rastuti, Tuti; Fatimah, Utari Dewi; Pharmacista, Ghandhi
Journal Sampurasun : Interdisciplinary Studies for Cultural Heritage Vol 4 No 2 (2018): Sampurasun Vol. 4 No. 2 - 2018
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Due to the unlawful practice of pyramid scheme business, there has been noticeable damage on communal value and living law within the affected communities. This condition becomes the source of dispute and affects the loss of trust, harmony and the damage of social and communal order. The segregated litigation process, which is the most common solution; could not solve the complex nature of the dispute. Therefore, there should be a new comprehensive alternative to restore both financial loss and the damage within the affected communities. The research aims to study the use of communal and socio-cultural value in the settlement of Pyramid scheme dispute, which is not only vulnerable as the modus of the scam but also as the solution for the victims. The method used is juridical empiric with juridical normative approach. The research shows the analysis of legal framework to solve the conflict within the community caused by pyramid scheme progressively. The research indicates that penal mediation could be the solution of the problem. The research outcomes could contribute to the alternative to settle the dispute, also to restore the social order and to restore the loss accordingly.