Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities

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ISSN / EISSN : 26228831 / 26228335
Current Publisher: Bangka Belitung University (10.33019)
Total articles ≅ 24

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Puspita Sari, Diana Anggraeni
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 3, pp 59-78; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v3i1.27

This research discusses one of the types of subjects functioning as a theme proposed by Halliday (1985) in the English Declarative Clause which is called the Psychological Subject. Halliday claims the interpretation of Psychological subject into as something which is the concern of the message. It is the first constituent which becomes a ‘subject-matter’ of the clause. The data are taken from two kinds of books. The first one is an autobiography book and the second one is a medical book. The aim of this research is to identify the kinds of the theme found in psychological subjects in the English Declarative Clause and also categories found in psychological subjects functioning as a theme. The method used is a descriptive method and the technique employed is paraphrasing. The descriptive method was used to depict the empirical data discovered in those sources. Meanwhile, the paraphrasing technique was employed in order to explore the characteristics of psychological subject functioning as a theme, types of theme and categories of syntactic units. The study shows that Psychological Subject (PS) functioning as a theme can be filled by words and groups which could be realized by nominal groups (nouns and pronouns), nominal group complexes, adverbial groups or prepositional phrases. Nominal groups (nouns and pronouns) and nominal group complexes can be identified as unmarked themes which are ordinary, expected, and usual form according to Deterding (2001), Gerot and Wignel (1994) identified as the subject of the sentence. Meanwhile, adverbial groups and prepositional phrases could be identified as marked themes because they become the first constituents which perform the point of the departure of the message in the clause.
Vivi Sylviani Biafri
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 3, pp 23-38; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v3i1.23

Based on data from the National Narcotics Agency (BNN) in 2018 drug users come from among students and workers as much as 3.21 percent which is equivalent to 2,287,492 people who commit drug abuse. The impact of prison content has also increased. One of the special prisons for convicted drug cases is the Narcotics Prison Class II A Jakarta. Narcotics Prison Class II A Jakarta is a special prison that has the task of carrying out the rehabilitation of drug prisoners. Data shows drug convicts in the Special Class Narcotics Prison II A Jakarta are increasing. Data on prison occupants in 2016 were 3,168 people, in 2017 there were 2,664 people, in 2018 there were 2,416 people and in 2019 there were 2,602 people. One form of social rehabilitation carried out is the therapeutic community. Narcotics Prison Class II A Jakarta is one of the government institutions that also have an obligation to apply the values of good governance, one of which is the value of transparency. Transparency is very important to avoid undesirable things such as abuse of authority by certain parties. This research raises the issue of how the implementation of therapeutic community rehabilitation for drug prisoners in Class II A Narcotics Prison Jakarta?. This research uses a qualitative approach. This research is descriptive. Data collection techniques carried out by interview, observation, and study documentation. The research subjects were the Head of Guidance for Prisoners and Correctional Students, the supervisor of community therapeutic activities and drug prisoners. The research location is Narcotics Prison Class II A Jakarta. The purpose of this study was to determine how the implementation of therapeutic community rehabilitation in Special Narcotics Prison Class II A Jakarta. The results showed that Narcotics Lap Class II A Jakarta was not optimal in carrying out the therapeutic community rehabilitation. Few prisoners are involved in social rehabilitation activities. Besides that, the work atmosphere is less conducive. The relationship between the leadership and staff is not good, which arises a sense of mutual suspicion between staff and leaders. This is due to the non-transparency of the use of the budget for therapeutic community rehabilitation activities.
Sri Sugiyarti, Muhammad Iqbal Arrosyad
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 3, pp 13-22; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v3i1.24

The charitable endeavors of Muhammadiyah in the Bangka Belitung Region in the field of education from the levels of Elementary Schools, Junior High Schools, and High Schools and Vocational High Schools are spread to all districts/cities. However, the discussion about Muhammadiyah education in Bangka Belitung is very minimal. This research is a descriptive study with a qualitative approach. This study took the sample of the oldest and best senior high school as an illustration of Muhammadiyah education management in Bangka Belitung. The results showed that Muhammadiyah Education experienced various obstacles to the threat of closure, however, they were able to rise from adversity. Muhammadiyah Pangkalpinang High School as the oldest school departed from a school that boarded at Muhammadiyah Middle School and later became one of the most popular schools in the era of the 1990s to accommodate students up to 18 classes, but later it fell free and was almost closed due to the lack of students. Several times the change of school principals has not improved, a new hope is obtained when the management of this school is submitted to the STKIP Muhammadiyah Bangka Belitung to become its lab school. Now with new facilities and management, the number of students is increasing, slowly but surely this school is starting to improve itself. Meanwhile, Muhammadiyah Toboali High School, South Bangka Regency, which was established in 1994, almost lost public confidence, due to a large number of students who failed the National Examination for the 2006/2007 school year. The situation changed along with Supiandi's leadership, his persistence in managing the school, and finally, the trust in the community returned. Now the number of students has reached nearly 500 students
Diana Anggraeni, Cece Sobarna, Lia Maulia, Eva Tuckyta Sari Sujatna
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 3, pp 39-58; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v3i1.25

A phrasal verb is a phrase consisting of standard verbs and one or two particles. The standard verb is like go, make, take. While the particles (s) used can be within the form of adverbs and/ or prepositions. Usually, a phrasal verb is often used in native-speaker dialogue and informal English writing. The purpose of this study is to describe transitive phrasal verbs. The method used in this research is a descriptive qualitative method. Linguistic data sources were taken from the British National Corpus. Data containing phrasal verbs are collected and then classified into several categories. Categories that are suitable for research purposes are separated and labeled and then explained in the narrative in accordance with the theory and research objectives. The results showed that transitive phrasal verbs consist of two types, namely separable and inseparable transitive phrasal verbs. A separable transitive phrasal verb is a type of phrasal verb whose particles are separated from the verb and inserted by the noun phrase as its object. In addition, particles must be separated from the verb if the object used is in the form of a pronoun. While inseparable transitive verbs are phrasal verbs that have a direct object but the particles are inseparable from the verb.
Royani Afriani
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 3, pp 1-12; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v3i1.22

The present study is descriptive qualitative research. The study aims to investigate and show the teachers perceptions toward the use of code-switching (CS) used by teachers in EFL classroom, especially in English intensive program at a State Islamic Institute. A four-section 20-item questionnaire was developed and distributed to the teachers. The data from the questionnaire were analyzed. The results display that teachers' perceptions are positive towards the use of code-switching in the EFL classroom. Teachers believe that the use of code-switching could help them in eliciting content, manage the classroom, and show interpersonal relations in the classroom. However, the use of code-switching is beneficial for learners but it also needs limitation because it could damage the process of language acquisition as learners don't get comprehensive input.
Nurvita Wijayanti, Panggio Restu Wilujeng
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 2, pp 106-122; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v2i2.26

Nowadays, slogans in the public space have become the most significant socialist symbols and meanings that are easily accessible to the public, such as the example of writing traffic signs, billboards, information boards and other media. The problem lies in the lack of attention to the linguistic element, considering that the media contains formal slogans as a reflection of the level of standardization in the interpretation of symbols and meanings aimed at educating the public. These errors are found in a number of public spaces in Pangkalpinang City. This study aimed to describe the linguistic aspects of writing slogans in the public space as well as how to socialize about the delivery of symbols and meanings in the writing. This study also looked at how the purpose of informative education through symbols and meanings of the writing in the socialization media was interpreted by the people of Pangkalpinang. So that there are two formulations of the problem that will be elaborated in this study, namely: (1) How is the distribution of slogans in public spaces indicated to violate linguistic values ​​?; (2) How is the dissemination of symbols and meanings contained in the slogans conveyed educatively to the public? The theory used to carry out this research is the socio-phonological theory, ambiguity, and sociology of communication from Hebert Mead about symbolic interactionism. The method used was descriptive qualitative using data collection techniques, namely full observation and interviews. This research showed that there are no concepts that are misleading in conveying symbols and meanings contained in slogans in public spaces that should be formally informal because the Pangkalpinang community translates phonemes into orthographical (writing).
Darwance Darwance, Dwi Haryadi, Izma Fahria, Agung Samudra, Desy Ramadhanty, Erika Erika
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 2, pp 93-105; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v2i2.22

Education, culture and tourism are three things that cannot be separated and interconnected. Culture will develop if education develops too. By education, culture will increase the development of tourism in Indonesia. In order to improve the quality and progress of education, culture and tourism, Social Service Lecture (KKN) XIV Bangka Belitung University (UBB) 2019 Pasirputih - Sadai Desa Pasirputih region, develop tourist destinations through the program "Festival Paserpute Agik Barik" (cultural festival Pasirputih in the past), this activity aims to explore the history and culture of the original tempo of the past (past) in the Pasirputih Village, be it cultural heritage, customs, arts, culinary, traditional games, crafts, and also practice and historical habits the life of the local community in the past, which will be re-demonstrated as the superiority of the Village later and can also be introduced to the wider community as a destination for natural and cultural tourism, which will become its own characteristics and not found elsewhere.
Andi Najemi, Lilik Purwastuti, Kabib Nawawi
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 2, pp 76-92; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v2i2.21

In order to overcome currency of dangerous cosmetics, medicines and foods, so that the eforts of the trackling need to be enhenced, from society, government institution and upholder of laws institution which in this case is BPOM. The aim of POM is to discovery, prevent and control products included to protect consuments safety and healthy. BPOM has national and international network linking and also authority of laws and has high professional credibilies. That's why this reaserch was aimed to find out an appropriate of laws strategy that could be taken by BPOM as institute which has authority to ward off and giving law protection for the consuments caused of the accurancy of dangerous cosmetics and food. Based on this research and it's discussion, that is the regulations of cosmetics products must be fulfilled as attached rules regarding of pasal 2 the judgement of BPOM RI no. HK. about cosmetics, the purpose of BPOM Jambi in order to warding off dangerous cosmetics and food currency for healthy, is appliying two stages of control those are pre-market and post-market. As the eforts of post-market control, BPOM continouesly gives education to consuments through communication, information and aducation and also publish public warning to society if it's found dangerous cosmetics and foods, and increas the collaboration with related agency such as official of healthy and tha official of perindag so that the use of dangerous materials could be controlled. The control of cosmetics, medicines and foods (POM) comprehensively covering pre-market nad post-market evaluation and post-market control would be held routine and continously by BPOM. The effort of safety to protect society from currency of danggerous cosmetics and foods, had fulfilled the regulation of mutual rules and or safety and or benefits, and controling activity and safety afforementioned in the case of cismetics and food could be fulfilledz so that there were some eforts non pr ojustitia and pro justitia.
Nopita Trihastutie, Eka Fadilah
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 2, pp 59-75; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v2i2.20

The changing of English language teaching method from Audio-lingual Method to Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) has given great impact to the pedagogy of teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) and/ or English as a Second Language (ESL). Task Based Language Teaching (TBLT) method which emphasizes more on the meaning of a language and targeted tasks, then, dominates the English teaching world as a response to the un-satisfaction towards the previous methods (Long, 2015). This current study aims at seeing to what extent the task variety influences students’ willingness to communicate based on three contexts which include trait-like, situation, and linguistic. Three communicative tasks which emphasizes both on focused meaning and focused form were given. The communicative tasks include game, problem solving, and jigsaw. Observation was done during class interaction and continued with in depth interview. The result shows that emotion, class situation, and cognitive simultaneously influence the students’ willingness to communicate in English class. Those factors are inseparable, interact and influence interchangeably on the students’ willingness to communicate in English class as elucidated in complex dynamic theory.
Yulia Monita, Elizabeth Siregar, Dheny Wahyudi
Berumpun: International Journal of Social, Politics, and Humanities, Volume 2, pp 47-58; doi:10.33019/berumpun.v2i2.19

Law Enforcement Problems including corruption, both prevention and eradication of corruption are not only the duty of law enforcers, but the duties of all parties including the public, community participation in the prevention and eradication of corruption have been regulated in many laws and regulations in Indonesia, this matter is interesting in detail, whether the regulation of community participation is still not appropriate so that the public does not know it or still needs a deeper analysis of the provisions of the articles on community participation so that the community is more optimal in playing an active role in efforts to prevent and eradicate corruption. Based on the explanation, the problem in this research is: How are the Settings and Forms of Community Participation in the Prevention and Eradication of Corruption in the Perspective of Laws in Indonesia? To answer this problem, the type of research used in this study is the type of normative legal research that is a type of research that examines matters that are theoretical, principles, conceptions, legal doctrines and legal norms relating to community participation in the framework of prevention and combating corruption in the perspective of legislation in Indonesia. While the legal materials used are primary, secondary and tertiary legal materials. The results of this study will analyze legally the rules and forms of community participation in the prevention and eradication of criminal acts of corruption in various laws and regulations in Indonesia. There are several regulations that still need to be improved in the formulation of norms so that they can be more understood and understood by the public. Recommendations from this research are the arrangement and forms of community participation in the prevention and eradication of criminal acts of corruption in various laws and regulations in Indonesia must have a good norm formulation and need to be socialized to the public so that people know and participate, so the formulation of norms in the legislation is not only contained in legislation but can be applied by the community in the context of preventing and eradicating criminal acts of corruption in the perspective of legislation in Indonesia.
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