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JSSH (Jurnal Sains Sosial dan Humaniora), Volume 3; doi:10.30595/jssh.v3i2.5000

Abstract: This paper examines the effect of cultural factor, social factor, and personal factor toward purchasing decision on tourist attractions. The sample was taken by applying a non-probability method with a accidental sampling technique. The questionnaires processed were 100 in number. The data were analyzed by making use of multiple linear regression technique. The finding showed that there was no significant effect cultural factor and personal factor toward purchase decision, but there was significant and positif effect social factor toward purchase decision.
JSSH (Jurnal Sains Sosial dan Humaniora), Volume 3; doi:10.30595/jssh.v3i2.4979

Abstract: The issue of multiculturalism and subcultural are developing in the even of Indonesian election in 2019 such as democracy, equality in the fields of law, social, political, and cultural, human rights, honesty, justice, political choice, and unfair legal enforcement, so that people tend to split. The problem of this research is what are the cultural perceptions of the Jakarta multicultural community toward the events of the 2019 Election?The case studied was 2019 Elecion and primary data was obtained through interview with 8 informants from Javanese, Batak, Sundanese, Bugis, Chinese, and Betawi subculturs, then confirm by intercultural communication experts, Alo Liliweri. Data were analyzing using Miles and Hubermans models.The result showed that the cultural perception of Jakarta multicultural community was based on subcultural perception, in which Javanese, Batak, and Chinese subcultures tended to support Jokowi, while the Sunda, Betawi, and Bugis subcultures tended to support Prabowo. Nonverbal behavior of subcultural member s regarding 2019 election is oriented towards Dominant Cultures or Indonesian National Culture as parta of Eastern Culture, and also influenced by their family background, profession and personal character.
JSSH (Jurnal Sains Sosial dan Humaniora), Volume 3; doi:10.30595/jssh.v3i2.3126

Abstract: The purpose of this research was to analyze EFL students’ attitude toward learning English based on three aspects namely affective, cognitive and behaviour and to find out factors shaping students’ attittude. This research was conducted in a public junior high school in district Sokaraja. This research belongs to survey study in which the researcher took 30% from population as the samples. The researcher chose 7th grade students to get involved as the participants. In order to answer the research questions, three instruments were used. Those were questionnaire, interview guide, and note taking of observation. Based on the result of the study, students had possitive attitude in those overall aspects. However, the behavioural aspect comes first accounting for 68,8% followed by affective aspect accounting for 68,10%. Those were higher compare to cognitive aspect which was accounted for just 64,7%. Then it was supported by the results of observation and interview in some points of each aspect. In addition, the result of questionnaire and interview displayed six factors affecting students’ attitude: mass media, refference group, teacher, personal experience, parents and the last is learning climates and classroom task. Some results of factors shapping students’ attitude were also supported by the interview.
Lailatus Sa'adah
JSSH (Jurnal Sains Sosial dan Humaniora), Volume 3; doi:10.30595/jssh.v3i2.2954

Abstract: This research aims to investigate the teacher’s belief toward the implementation of scientific approach in 2013 curriculum and its practices in English classroom, how those beliefs are reflected in their classroom practices, and the factors influencing those beliefs and practices. The researcher applied the descriptive qualitative design by using the opened questionnaire as the instrument. The results of this study showed that: (1) most of teacher had already understood the concept of scientific approach; (2) there are several problems arose in the implementation of scientific approach of 2013 curriculum in English classroom or its practices; and (3) factors which influence teachers thought related to the implementation of scientific approach in English classroom are time allotment, teacher’s understanding toward their role in teaching learning process, learning media, facilities, and motivation for both teacher and student.
Imelda Nahak
JSSH (Jurnal Sains Sosial dan Humaniora), Volume 3; doi:10.30595/jssh.v3i2.5056

Abstract: Community participation is very important and contributes to the effectiveness of the resulting development planning. However, until now community participation has not been realized ideally. Previous studies have offered various efforts to increase community participation, namely increased local community initiatives (Muhlinghaus & Walty, 2001), development of government and community cooperation (Pandey & Miznikov, 2001), integration of art and planning (Burford, Kissmann, Rosado- May, Dzul, & Harder, 2012), optimizing the role of social capital (Cerar, 2014), socialization to the bottom of the community (Defina, 2012), participatory leadership (Alyas, 2015), allocation of village funds (Atmojo, Eko, Fridayani, Kasiwi, & Pratama, 2017) and optimizing the role of young people as mobilizers (Fitriani, Selinaswati, & Mardiah, 2017). Unfortunately, there has not been an assessment effort that looks at the cultural side. This qualitative case study examines efforts to increase community participation by considering cultural factors that can contribute to the effectiveness of development planning at the village level. Data obtained through in-depth interviews, participant observation and documentation. This study found that the culture factor of mamfatin ukunrai could inhibit community participation in Naran Village. The community believes that planning development is the duty of the government so that it should not actively participate in planning meetings. Therefore, the researcher offers a model of the family code as an effort to reduce the impact of the culture. Ka'en kelun ba ashamed to represent the government's invitation to cooperate with the community for the realization of development from the ground level.
Sciprofile linkSakinah Fs, Anang Wn
JSSH (Jurnal Sains Sosial dan Humaniora), Volume 3; doi:10.30595/jssh.v3i2.5435

Abstract: The application of online transportation services increasingly free any individual to move to have outside activities in more than one place in a certain period of time. Individuals are free to choose what mode of transportation to use and when to use it with transparent costs or even with life insurance provision. This study aimed to find out the individuals' movement in service facilities by utilizing online transportation services in Purwokerto Urban Area in Geospatial Perspective. This study used survey methods and propotional sampling with 40 people as the samples. The results showed that individual movements in various service facilities by utilizing online transportation services were so varied. From a total of 809 movements, 156 movements were done by male user and 653 movements by female users. It is distributed to the destination place from the highest, namely education, economic, community, health and public facilities.
Sciprofile linkBaktya Tri Setiono, Endang Nurhayati
JSSH (Jurnal Sains Sosial dan Humaniora), Volume 3; doi:10.30595/jssh.v3i2.4249

Abstract: This research aims to (1) inventory and describe the manuscript of Serat Gembring Baring, (2) display and describe the teachings to reach life safety in the manuscript, (3) explain the character values in the manuscript. The data are all text or lyrics song in the manuscript. The type of this research was descriptive research with a content analysis method. The process of collecting the data is done by reading technique, taking note and also selecting or reducing the data. The data were analysed descriptively. The validity of the data was gained through semantic validity. Intrarater and interrater reliabity was used to gain the reliability of the data. From the results of the analysis, there are 11 text of Serat Gembring Baring and the manuscript used in this research is still well. There were 6 things that must be done to achieve safety, 1) must have knowledge; 2) must learn about theology (Islam) and science of Java; 3) do the goodness; 4) stay away from the bad things; 5) always pray; and 6) have faith. There are 10 character values in Serat Gembring Baring still related to present life, including religiousity, honesty, discipline, preserance, democracy, curiousity, respect, friendliness, sociability, and responsibility.
Sciprofile linkNi Wayan Novita Sari, Sunyono Sunyono
Dinamika Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Dasar, Volume 11; doi:10.30595/dinamika.v11i2.5053

Abstract: This study developed a knowledge assessment instrument of three tier diagnostic tests based on higher order thinking skills (HOTS) which aims to diagnose students' understanding in higher-order thinking and reduce misconceptions. The research method uses ADDIE (Analysis-Design-Develop-Implement-Evaluate) and the subject is class VII junior high school students with 2017 odd semester curriculum materials. This study used HOTS-based knowledge assessment instruments of three tier diagnostic tests of 20 items. The results of the instrument expert validation test based on aspects of content, construct, and language assessment have an average score of 90, 88, and 89 with a proper assessment. The data were analyzed using rasch model and the item reliability index was 0.89, the reliability index of the respondents was 0.91, and Cronbach's alpha value was 0.93, which meant the reliability of the questions obtained was good. The results of the students 'answer patterns are six criteria: understanding concepts, misconceptions (+), misconceptions (-), misconceptions, guessing / lack of confidence / luck, and not understanding the concepts used to diagnose learners' understanding in measuring high-level thinking skills (HOTS) which is integrated with the dimensions of factual, conceptual and procedural knowledge. Misconceptions that occur in students have three criteria, namely misconception (+), misconception (-), and misconception, and the most experienced by students is a misconception (-) in the C4 cognitive level which is integrated with the conceptual knowledge dimension on the substance characteristic material . This misconception (-) can be reduced through the correct concept with the right reasons.
Dinamika Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Dasar, Volume 11; doi:10.30595/dinamika.v11i2.5040

Abstract: The design of this research is survey research. This study aimed to explore seventh-grade science teachers’ perception of laboratory activity on mixture separation topics and match them with available evidence from learning document. The sample comprised 10 seventh grade science teachers, purposively sampled from seventeen teachers. Questionnaires and interview guidelines were used to collect data. The results show that while teachers’ perceptions of mixture separation topics in science classrooms are inadequate. Caused, there was a mismatch between teachers’ perceptions, learning document, and what was taking place in the science classroom. The study may inform teachers’ performance in teaching mixture separation topics in science. It is recommended that teacher on learning should be used to practice worksheet and assessment of laboratory activity, as most of the teachers do not record marks regularly for laboratory activity. Furthermore, laboratory activity prepared by the teacher should be arranged in a lesson plan and practice schedules.
Sciprofile linkC Dahniarti, M Siti, A Fajar
Dinamika Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Dasar, Volume 11; doi:10.30595/dinamika.v11i2.5042

Abstract: This study aims to enrich and developing vocabulary the child with speech delay by using flashcard. The subject of the research is the child who was late in speaking due to sensory disorders, Kindergarten 1, the age of 4 years old. The research method was single subject research quantitative research (single subject research). Techniques of analysis the data collection through observation of baseline A and B, also documentation. The Results showed that baseline phase (A) phase to the intervention (B) are increasing, which means that the condition has increased after the intervention. Where in the baseline-2 (A2) phase to intervention (B) it is increased which means that the intervention can significantly improve the ability of the subject.
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