Linguistics and Culture Review

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, Kunthi Tridewiyanti
Linguistics and Culture Review, Volume 6, pp 205-215; https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6ns5.2139

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Abortion is a controversial term that has attracted attention from various points of view, although it has never reached common ground. One perspective of the discussion about abortion is juridical. The research method used is a normative juridical and normative-philosophical research method using the doctrine of feminism as an analytical tool. Research shows the following results. Law Number 36 of 2009 concerning Health, which regulates abortion, cannot provide legal protection to women who experience unwanted pregnancies due to rape victims. Following up on the study results, the authors propose the following suggestions. Articles regarding abortion in Law Number 36 the Year 2009 concerning Health need to be amended immediately to provide legal protection to women who experience unwanted pregnancies due to rape victims. Thus, the results of this work become an essential input for the development of similar studies in the future.
, Ketut Budiartha, Maria Mediatrix Ratna Sari, Anak Agung Gde Putu Widanaputra
Linguistics and Culture Review, Volume 6, pp 686-710; https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6ns1.2145

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Public companies that are supposed to provide transparent and accountable information to outside parties, sometimes still hide facts and information that have a bad influence on their company's reputation. Public companies in Indonesia in carrying out their business activities have been specifically regulated and supervised by an independent institution, called the Financial Services Authority (OJK). OJK itself has issued several regulations on the presentation of financial statements, such as regulation no. IX.E.2 and rule number VIII.G. This study aims to detect financial statement fraud with the fraud pentagon model. Researchers use elements of financial stability, external pressure, personal financial need, financial target, nature of industry, ineffective monitoring, quality of external auditor, change in auditor, change of directors and frequent number of CEO's picture as independent variables on the ability to detect financial statement fraud as dependent variables. This study uses a sample of fraud companies that are subject to sanctions and cases of the Financial Services Authority (OJK) related to OJK regulations VIII G. 7 and IX. E. 2 in 2015-2019. The company sample consists of 31 fraudulent companies and 31 non-fraud companies.
, Erianti Erianti, Zulbahri Zulbahri, Yuni Astuti, Damrah Damrah, Rosmawati Rosmawati
Linguistics and Culture Review, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6ns4.2141

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This research is motivated by the limited development of learning media for floor Gymnastics (artistic), especially for schools located in the regions or the village. This study aims to produce a product in the form of media from the development of the Jigsaw method and digital-android-based design. The subjects of this research were Students at the Sports Science Faculty who took basic and advanced or learning Gymnastics lectures with a total of 80 people for small group trials and 120 people for field trials. The data used in this research are qualitative and quantitative. This research was conducted using "Research and Development". The model that becomes the reference is the Borg & Gall development research model with 10 developments, in this research the researchers adopted the following Steps: 1) Preliminary Study (research and data collection); 2) Develop planning and analyze the media to be made; 3) Initial product development; 4) Conduct small group trials; 5) Product Revision; 6) Conduct field trials; and 7) Revise the final product.
Sucia Rahmiwati, Festiyed Festiyed, Ratnawulan Ratnawulan
Linguistics and Culture Review, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6ns3.2142

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This research was conducted to 1) produce integrated science learning based on cognitive technology to improve the skills of the 5.0 era student community; 2) know the potential of developing technology-based cognitive learning in integrated science learning; and 3) know the potency of developing in the era of society 5.0. The research method was Research and Development (R & D), pointing to ADDIE models. There were 5 main phases (Analyze, Design, Develop. Implement, Evaluate ) and additional phases (preliminary field testing, main product revision, main field testing, and operational product revision). The instruments used included a product validation questionnaire, problem-solving test, observation sheet of problem-solving, and technology-based cognitive integrated science learning questionnaire. The results showed that: 1) integrated science learning based on technology-based cognitive developed was assessed very good by expert teaching lecturer and teacher, and before suitable for use in the learning process; 2) integrated science learning material technology-based cognitive could improve students’ skills in the era of society 5.0; and 3) integrated science learning technology-based cognitive could improve students’ science attitude.
, Zarwan Zarwan, Yuni Astuti, Dessi Novita Sari, Zulbahri Zulbahri, Erianti Erianti
Linguistics and Culture Review, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6ns3.2143

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The low learning outcomes of students in the subject of modification of sports and small games are considered as the problem in this research that is mostly caused by the lack of learning media facilities for students in the online classes that leads them to difficulty in understanding the provided learning materials. This study aims to develop an e-module on the subject of modification of sports and small games. The ADDIE development model is being used in this Research and Development (R&D). There are several activities needed as the research method, such as exploring the potential and actual problems, collecting all information by developing, validating, revising, conducting trials and errors of the game models for the effectiveness and efficiency of the model used. The results of the study showed from the experts of materials that at the development stage and the level of validity by the score of 3.60 which was in the highly valid by the percentage of 90.5%. From the media experts validation by the score of 3.65 which was high valid category by the percentage of 92, 55%.
, Sayuti Syahara, Tjung Hauw Sin, Anton Komaini
Linguistics and Culture Review, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6ns3.2144

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This research aims to develop a valid, practical, and effective gymnastics learning medium to improve the ability to roll ahead to students on gymnastics learning. The development process of this model refers to the Plomp development model. The subject of the study is a student of the Department of Sports Education, Faculty of Sports Sciences. Data collection techniques use tests, interviews, questionnaires, and observations. The collected data is then analyzed quantitatively using the t-test. The results showed that the validity of android-based gymnastic learning media is actualized from the results of the validity of materials, media, language, and assessment instruments The ability to roll forward straddle is on very high validity criteria. The practicality of android-based gymnastics learning media is on very practical criteria. The effectiveness of android-based gymnastics learning media is on the criteria very effective. The average levels of Ability to roll forward straddle on all three sections are 83.65, 84.65, and 73.45, respectively. The average increase scores on each section were 0.61, 0.65, and 0.64.
, Azwar Ananda, Maria Montessori
Linguistics and Culture Review, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6ns2.2138

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This study aims to develop a valid, practical, and effective Problem Based Learning Model for Preventing Corruption to improve students' anti-corruption attitudes in the Citizenship Education course at the Health College. The process of developing this model refers to the ADDIE development model. The results showed that the validity of the Problem Based Learning model for Preventing Corruption which was actualized in the form of model books, lecturer books, student books, and anti-corruption attitude instruments on the validity criteria was very high. The practicality of the Problem Based Learning model to prevent corruption is in the very effective category. The average anti-corruption attitude skills after the intervention in the experimental class in both health high schools showed an increase in anti-corruption attitudes compared to the control class with results of 88.65 and 86.81 with N-Gain 0.56 and 0.49. based on the Independent T-Test test obtained sig (2-tailed) 0.000 <0.05. Based on these results, the Problem Based Learning To Prevent Corruption model meets the valid, practical, and effective criteria to improve students' anti-corruption attitudes and is expected to be an alternative reference to improve the quality of civics learning, especially in anti-corruption and corruption education.
, Abdul Hussein Kadhim Reishaan
Linguistics and Culture Review, Volume 6, pp 383-406; https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6ns2.2131

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As people rely heavily on sharing information, they need to increase focus on having good communication skills. Hence, poor communication between doctors and patients has a direct and indirect impact on the quality of medical care provided to patients. This study focuses on communication skills and discourse tact in diagnosis because of their wonderful role in strengthening the doctor-patient relationships. It was conducted by collecting the medical discourse by only visiting al-Sadr Teaching Hospital as it includes the largest number of doctors in Najaf. It further emphasized the incorporation of some elements of pragmatics into medical curricula for their great communicative benefits in creating collaborative interlocutors, specifically, Grice’s (1975) Cooperative Principle and Ayeloha’s (2019) types of discourse devices. The study aims to identify the strong and weak points in doctor-patient discourse, evaluate the linguistic tools and communication strategies used in this discourse to assess the efficiency of the interaction between doctors and patients, and highlight the impact of the integrative curriculum adopted by University of Kufa on doctors’ communication with patients in comparison with the traditional curriculum taught at Jabir Ibin Hayyan Medical University.
, Pitnawati Pitnawati, Yuni Astuti, Zulbahri Zulbahri, Damrah Damrah, Dessi Novita Sari
Linguistics and Culture Review, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6ns2.2137

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The idea of the research was coming from the learning transformation from full-offline to blended learning for practical courses at the Faculty of Sports Science. By the change of the learning process, it is known that there is an absence of practicum modules for adaptive physical education courses which is a compulsory subject for students in the Department of Sports Education. Furthermore, the course is being able to create game models that improve physical fitness for children with special needs, namely for the blind, the mentally disabled, the quadriplegic, the deaf, and the unsociable children. Therefore, the research aimed to develop the E- Practicum Module by using digitalization-based adaptive physical education courses as the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in solving the problems. The Research and Development was the method used in the research that observes and develops the E-Practicum Modules as teaching material by usingKvisoft Flipbook Maker application which has been developed by the Borg and Gall model and modified with seven stages of potential and problems, data collection, product design, design validation, design revision, product testing, and product revisions.
, Milan Ochoa Chang, Segundo Alcides García Muentes, Adriana Gabriela García Ávila, Segundo Alcides García Avila
Linguistics and Culture Review, Volume 6, pp 148-162; https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v6ns4.2125

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Soft tissue injuries are a recurrent cause that affects the vast majority of the baseball population in the province. The objective of the research is the diagnostic and prophylactic ultrasound exploratory study of soft tissue injuries and physiotherapeutic intervention in the population studied. In the analysis of results, it was obtained that the shoulders with tendinitis and tenosynovitis were the most affected injuries, who achieved the best response to the third cycle of the physiotherapy treatment scheme and around 30 days of sessions were needed, with 97% clinical alterations of the lesions and 84% echographic alterations of diagnostic and prophylactic examinations. Ultrasounds as a diagnostic indication allowed confirming lesions and affected regions, guiding better treatment selections and responses to effectiveness; as a prophylactic indication, it allowed to identify hidden injuries fundamentally in pitchers.
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