Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities

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ISSN / EISSN : 2622-8831 / 2622-8335
Current Publisher: Universitas Bangka Belitung (10.33019)
Total articles ≅ 38

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Fandi Nugroho, Muhammad Iqbal Arrosyad
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 4, pp 40-47; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v4i1.46

This study aims to describe the implementation of multimedia learning in blended learning in mathematics in grade 4 elementary schools on the topic of fractions. Articulated storyline is an effective medium for elementary school students that is easily developed as one of the multimedia blended learning used in the blended learning method. In our research we examined how the impact of implementation blended learning using multimedia articulated storylines, In this case, it is also discussed how the influence of multimedia articulation storylines as one of the multimedia that can be developed easily to help teachers in distance learning, especially mathematics learning in schools. Primary school related to fraction learning. In this research, students are taught how to interpret the understanding of the concept of fraction problems and proof in life related to mathematics learning problems, so that they can describe mathematical problems and can understand the concept of fractions using logical reasoning so that they are able to prove reasoning about fraction problems according to their abilities. The use of reasoning is needed to determine the concepts that have been made based on the understanding of the concept of fractions that the students have. This study was designed to see the effect of blended learning which is applied as a learning model used to teach logical reasoning in mathematics learning, especially about fraction problems, and how the effect of the application of blended learning on learning outcomes of primary school students at Muhammadiyah Elementary School Pangkalpinang
Yulia Monita, Nys Arfa, Elizabeth Siregar
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 4, pp 48-59; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v4i1.42

A clean judiciary is the hope of all levels of Indonesian society. A clean judiciary is a court that carries out its duties and functions based on the provisions of the applicable laws and prioritizes legal certainty, justice, and benefit. This study aims to see how regulating and changing forms of judicial supervision and warning in realizing clean justice and to answer whether other legal rules are still needed to strengthen the role of the people who participate in and monitor the judicial path. This research is normative legal research, it is a study that examines matters of a theoretical nature, principles, conceptions, legal doctrine, and legal principles related to judicial supervision and supervision in the context of realizing a clean judiciary. Meanwhile, the legal materials used are primary, secondary, and tertiary legal materials and their sources. The results of this research are a) judicial monitoring and supervision should be done in order to conduct a clean judiciary, b) monitoring and supervising are done not to intervening the results of courts decisions but as a measuring tool to what extent the decisions are fair to the society, c) there are still several judges' decisions which, according to society, are controversial, illustrating the public's distrust of the judiciary.
Widya Handini, Syafri Hariansah
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 4, pp 1-14; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v4i1.51

Bangka Belitung faces very serious environmental problems due to illegal tin mining that give negative impacts to the sustainability of ecosystem and human life. Bangka Belitung is the second largest producer of tin in the world and tin mining in Bangka Belitung has been exploited since long time ago (hundred years). Tin mining activity basically increase the wealth of the community but it decrease the environmental stability inshore & offshore. Taking a case study approach, this study was conducted by reviewing and analyzing various legal instrument and information related to tin mining, the environmental problem, & the community engagement. Beside that, this study addresses the following research questions : What is the background issues relating the case between tin mining and environmental degradation in Bangka Belitung? How do tin mining activity give influence to this environmental degradation? How far is the commitment of enforcing the environmental law in this case in line with the commitment of the society? The result showed there’s effort to provide the environmental law from exploration to post mining reclamation, as well as the the community engagement. but the implementation is not enough and need more commitment of enforcing the environmental law that give the major environmental degradation in Bangka Belitung Area. The implementation of the law itself need to be supervised by external party and the enforcement need to be increased as well as the coordination between stakeholders to support the Sustainable Development Goals in Indonesia especially in Bangka Belitung.
Amir Dedoe
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 4, pp 60-69; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v4i1.41

This study aims to examine the meaning of the reality of individual social interest in body art tattooing or tattooing as an identity so that they bind themselves into a social community. Tattoos in Indonesia with the inherent negative stigmatization, have the complexity of debate in the dynamics of their presence in the public sphere. This paper presents one perspective, especially from the point of view of tattoo owners regarding their perceptions of the motives for tattooing that they do. By conducting observations and in-depth interviews in an effort to make a qualitative scientific explanation of the ownership motives of tattoos by community members. By triangulation techniques, the author builds a constructivist framework of the perception of tattoos in the community. This study found that a person's main motivation for having a tattoo is preceded by a desire to express artistic or artistic desires. When this accumulation of shared desires takes place, business motives and identity construction become a trigger for the formation of the tattoo community
Darwance Darwance, Sudarto Sudarto
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 4, pp 70-81; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v4i1.47

The development of brand functions which was originally only as a distinguishing element to be more of a reputation, to be the brand that is usually represented by the image, logos, etc., resulting in a brand being one of the triggers for a dispute. Therefore, a number of regulations that provide protection for marks have been issued in Indonesia started with the Trademark Law of 1885 published by the Dutch Colonial Government until Law Number 20 of 2016 concerning Current Marks and Geographical Indications. But, trademark disputes still occur. This juridical normative research with a legal approach aims to know and analyze the legal politics of trademark registration regulations in Indonesia. The result is that there are weaknesses in the existing regulations regarding trademark registration, both substantial and procedural. Therefore, they need to be clearer and more concrete regulations in regulating trademark registration in Indonesia so that trademark disputes can be minimized.
Alfajri Alfajri, Herry Wahyudi, Azhari Setiawan
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 4, pp 15-39; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v4i1.52

The ASEAN’s haze-free roadmap 2020 had the objective to eliminate the regional transboundary haze pollution. However, the 2019 haze recurrence which mostly originated from Indonesia’s land and forest had caused a diplomatic uproar between Indonesian and Malaysian top government officials. In addition, land and forest fires continued to occur in Indonesia over the last 5 years, albeit with a much lower severity compared to 2015 and did not gain global media attention as the haze rarely crossed out of Indonesia’s jurisdiction. This research applies a qualitative research method where the data collection is based on semi-structured interviews involving multi-stakeholders in Riau Province. Additional data are also collected from various journals, books, and news from media archival. The finding of this research discloses that several new policies and programs have been created and introduced since the last 5 years provided an early positive start, however, further implementation on the ground has been weak and complicated. Furthermore, previous, current, and future unchanged negligence behavior of government elites and public in Riau towards the land and forest fires has left the post – ASEAN’s haze-free roadmap 2020 with an equal or more amount of homework in the future. Thus, Indonesia needs to pay more attention and work in a sustainable manner on this issue, especially at the local level such as in Riau province and other land and forest fire-prone provinces in order to strengthen Indonesia's environmental diplomacy bargaining position in the globe and enlighten the current gloomy image in the future.
Nashruddin Nashruddin, Fiptar Abdi Alam, Novalia Tanasy
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 3, pp 182-194; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v3i2.40

The covid-19 pandemic that hit the world including Indonesia has caused the teaching and learning system change from face-to-face in the classroom to distance learning or online learning. Online learning requires teachers and students to be able to use the information and communication technology (ICT). In ELT, the learning system is also implemented online. One of platforms commonly used in online communication is e-mail. This current study aims to describe: (1) teacher’s perceptions about the use of e-mail as a learning medium in ELT, (2) students’ perceptions about the use of e-mail as a learning medium in ELT. The subjects of this descriptive qualitative research were an EFL teacher and 20 students at a senior high school in Barru. For collecting data, the researchers applied questionnaire, documentation, and interview. Data was analyzed inductively or qualitatively. The results indicated the teacher’s perceptions on the use of e-mail in learning that email is an effective device, e-mail can be used to send many documents, e-mail as a tool to achieve learning objectives, and e-mail makes learning easier. Students’ perceptions on the use of e-mail are e-mail can be used for getting learning materials, e-mail is easy to use, and students can access various assignments on email. However, a small number of students still encountered obstacles in using email as a learning medium.
Febri Yanto
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 3, pp 140-150; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v3i2.34

A social movement has various bases, one of them is religion. In the context of a social movement basic, religion can be an effective medium to mobilize people. Religion has a significant element to do the structural-developmental framing (framing process). The framing process can form a core of a moment and an event becoming a valuable experience. This experience will be organized to guide of doing an action. This research analyzes how the structure and the framing process that are done by two Islamic radical/extreme groups. While others analyze the framing structure from the media perspective, this research sees the actor of its social movement by taking the case study of Islamic radical organization namely Jama’ah Ansharu Khilafah Daulah Nusantara (JADKN) and Jamaah Ansharusy Syariahi (JAS). This research uses a qualitative method by doing an interview and document study as the technique of collecting the data. The result shows that other than similarity, these differences are found relating to the framing process and the structure executed by these two Islamic radical groups even though they are identified as the radical group as well.
Fahrul Fauzi
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 3, pp 113-126; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v3i2.31

Nowadays, Islamic banks in Indonesia continue to experience growth, one of which is in the Province of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam. In Aceh, in order to support Islamic financial institutions, Qanun No. 11 of 2018 concerning Islamic Financial Institutions has been formed. It is interesting to review the provisions of Article 65 which reads "When this Qanun comes into force, financial institutions operating in Aceh must adjust to this Qanun no later than 3 (three) years from the enactment of this Qanun". These provisions have an impact on every conventional bank in Aceh that must adjust to Islamic principles. In order to continue to run its business activities in Aceh, conventional banks must make adjustments to implement sharia principles. One form of adjustment is to convert conventional banks into Islamic banks as stipulated in the OJK Regulation Number 64/POJK.03/2016. The approach used by the author in analyzing this problem is a normative juridical approach supported by the literature study method.
Ikrar Genidal Riadil
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 3, pp 166-181; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v3i2.30

The presence of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities is a mandatory requirement. Even though the LGBTQ+ community is a group of people concerned about religious belief, Indonesians even now regard LGBTQ+ as transgression and sin. Those who do not consequently approve of same-sex marriage. Interestingly, this perception has been disputed because, in reality, others may have started to be open-minded and fully accept the prevalence of LGBTQ+ people in LGBTQ+ communities. This study used qualitative research to investigate the perspective of Indonesian younger generations towards the LGBTQ+ community in Indonesia. The researcher used the questionnaire as an instrument for data collection with ten questions required to fulfilled by Indonesian youth to investigate their perspectives. The study's data is collected from Indonesian participants, with a total of was eighty-three Indonesian youths between the ages of 15-26 in all around Indonesia. Since the issue of the study is quite sensitive in Indonesia, there are sure of positive and negative perspectives that are also apparent in the result of questionnaires. In a nutshell, the study's aim will further help the authorities take precautions to be incorporated in the future. Also, it is to investigate the Indonesian youths from a different background of beliefs and perspectives toward the LGBTQ+ community. The implication of this research informed young people of the LGBTQ+ subculture to Indonesian parents and teachers as those responsible for educating young kids so that they would not be adversely affected by this social phenomenon.
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