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  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Rossi, C. (Corinna); Rabie, S. (Sara);
    Publisher: Alanya Hamdullah Emin Paşa Üniversitesi
    Country: Indonesia

    The notion of “Cultural heritage” is quite modern compared to other humanistic fields developed in the last century. Conservation as a science has emerged and took shape during International conventions and treaties in many places in Europe and developed various frameworks to recognize the heritage and its value but based on “Eurocentric bias” criteria. The fact of sharing universal values and common practices during the age of globalization had a significant impact on conservation actions in contexts utterly different from western societies and don't share the same historical or cultural dimensions. Therefore, this study traces the history of the evolution of conservation in the west from two perspectives; the historical one and the developing methodologies, and the philosophies behind the main theories in conservation. Cultural heritage is a reflection of the identity of the society and its past; thus, this study outlines the development of conservation practices in Egypt within the International approaches in a chronological order to investigate the social response and the impact of the political and cultural influence of the cultural consciousness of the society and the conservation actions in the Egyptian context. Furthermore, to investigate the contribution of International charters in developing national policies in Egypt.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Hout, S. (Syrine);
    Publisher: Memorial University of Newfoundland
    Country: Indonesia

    Coinciding with the onset of the Arab Spring in 2011 and the protests that continued to sweep across the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region, the past decade has seen a growing number of English-language studies dealing with Palestinian literature. Some scholars trace specific genres, like the short story or the novel, as aesthetic and political creations in relation to pivotal moments in Palestinian history—the 1948 Nakba, the 1967 Naksa, the 1987-93 First Intifada, and the 2000-05 Second Intifada (Farag 2016; Abu- Manneh 2016)—while others examine Palestinian writings in conjunction with other media (film) or national literatures (American, Israeli) within wider theoretical frameworks, such as postcolonial feminism, diasporic studies, or world literature (Ball 2012; Qabaha 2018; Lustig 2019). Much more scholarship is in the pipeline, as seen in the notes on the contributors to Post-Millennial Palestine: Literature, Memory, and Resistance. This edited volume of ten essays is a welcome and timely contribution to this critical corpus. Its most unique feature is its focus on mainly 21st century literary productions by second- or third-generation survivors of the Nakba; relatively new writers who are equally yet differently invested in the cause and idea of Palestine when compared to canonical authors such as Mahmoud Darwish, Emile Habibi, Fadwa Tuqan, Samira Azzam, and Ghassan Kanafani, to mention but a few. Post-Millennial Palestine takes as its starting point the derailed Oslo Accords of 1993, which could not but have induced a contemporary sensibility and poetics in the face of the failed peace process and the relentless encroachment on Palestinian land in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, accompanied by daily violations of the human and political rights of the occupied. This collection was published only a few months before the latest as- sault on Gaza in May 2021, a tragic event which, in cities around the world, triggered enormous shows of solidarity with Palestinians, as well as a renewed commitment to their just cause for statehood (whether through a one-state or a two-state solution).

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Rankoana, S. A. (Sejabaledi);
    Publisher: Technium Science
    Country: Indonesia

    Indigenous plant-derived material culture dominates many of the tools and utensils manufactured and used by communities that depended on the natural resources for their livelihoods. Endemic plants provide humans with essential materials for construction purposes and for the design of household utensils. The goal of this study was to describe the current value of indigenous plant material culture. Semi-structured interviews with a purposive sample of 127 respondents provide 13 native plants as sources of fibre, timber, culms, oil and dye used to make household utensils, huts, brooms, mats and baskets. The cultural significance of these materials includes the production, preparation, serving and storage of food; house construction; protection of courtyards; and cleaning. These materials are still valued in the culture of the studied community, and represent the tangible heritage of the community.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Polus, M. E. (Manhal); Abbas, T. (Thekra);
    Publisher: PC TECHNOLOGY CENTER
    Country: Indonesia

    The Porter stemmer algorithm is a broadly used, however, an essential tool for natural language processing in the area of information access. Stemming is used to remove words that add the final morphological and diacritical endings of words in English words to their root form to extract the word root, i.e. called stem/root in the primary text processing stage. In other words, it is a linguistic process that simply extracts the main part that may be close to the relative and related root. Text classification is a major task in extracting relevant information from a large volume of data. In this paper, we suggest ways to improve a version of the Porter algorithm with the aim of processing and overcome its limitations and to save time and memory by reducing the size of the words. The system uses the improved Porter derivation technique for word pruning. Whereas performs cognitive-inspired computing to discover morphologically related words from the corpus without any human intervention or language-specific knowledge. The improved Porter algorithm is compared to the original stemmer. The improved Porter algorithm has better performance and enables more accurate information retrieval (IR).

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Güvel, A. (Ayşe);
    Publisher: Technium Science
    Country: Indonesia

    The Cantos by Ezra Pound serves in a quintessential way to focus on the Modernist idea of literature. By defining the Modernist movement, it is emphasized in what aspects this movement penetrates the monumental poem, The Cantos. Alongside showing a sequence as to how modernism was formed and developed in time, the research provides a deeper understanding through Ezra Pound's modernist perception and W. B. Yeats's occultism over his work of art, A Vision. Pound's epic poem, The Cantos and Yeats's unique work, A Vision fulfill the need of a literary satiation in The Modernist period. By juxtaposing The Cantos and Yeats's occultist perspective, the research probes the extent that the two works create a literary escapism, which attempts to balance the sanctity of human sanity. In the Modernist period, the period of picturing the frustration of the First World War, the interrelation of these works of art turns out a reflection of a literary recuperation from the cataclysm led by The Modernist world.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Khairulloyevich, G. D. (Gadoyev);
    Publisher: Research Parks Publishing
    Country: Indonesia

    This article is devoted to the issue of Kalon Mosque and its history. Also analyzis of the historical information about the history of construction, architecture and internal and external structure of Kalon Mosque is conducted

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Mursidi, A. (Agus); Mahfud, M. (Mahfud); Mubin, D. (Dadang); Shomad, A. (Abdul); Yudiana, I. K. (I);
    Publisher: American Linguist Association
    Country: Indonesia

    This historical study aims to see how history is relevant to the achievements of the progress of the civilization of the archipelago through the study of sociological science. For this reason, we have searched literature from several well-known journals. Next, we analyzed the literature to find data that could answer the questions of this study as much as possible. The data study starts with a coding system study and a specific evaluation to answer study questions with high validity elements. The journals we have visited include Google Books, Elsevier, Academic docs, and other publishers published ten years ago. Based on the discussion data, we can conclude that there is a very close relevance between the history of the Indonesian nation and the progress of civilization in the archipelago, which is now dominated by the influence of Islamic civilization and westernization. We hope this finding is helpful for future studies of Indonesian historical literature and civilization.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    SHOMUROTOV, S. S. (SHAROFIDDIN);
    Publisher: Novateur Publication
    Country: Indonesia

    After the independence of Uzbekistan, special attention was paid to the issue of objective and scientific study of the history of our country, and the attitude to the past has changed radically. Among a number of historical topics, special emphasis is placed on the hackneyed study of the history of the historically formed irrigation system and the culture of irrigated farming on the basis of a theoretical and conceptual approach. The study of the modern history of the water management system in Uzbekistan is of great importance today. This article analyzes and summarizes the history of the construction and development of canals and pumping stations in Uzbekistan.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Shokhjahon, R. (Rashidov);
    Publisher: Research Parks Publishing
    Country: Indonesia

    This article tells about the administrative-command system of the Uzbek SSR in the early 50s of the XX century and the consequences of the worship of Stalin. The author analyzes the political processes that took place in the last years of the Stalinist leadership, the activities of the first leaders of the Uzbek SSR at that time, Usman Yusupov, Amin Niyazov. The role of the leaders of the republic in establishing strong links with the Center, in the interests of the center-republic, is emphasized.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Rasulova, D. B. (Durdona);
    Publisher: Research Parks Publishing
    Country: Indonesia

    Reforms in Uzbekistan's education system have not bypassed the study of history. Modern approaches at the level of world standards, diversity of opinions - the principles of admissibility of scientific pluralism, adherence to the principles of objectivity, access to primary sources, their introduction into scientific consumption are becoming a priority in historical science. That is, "for the first time in recent years, historical science, which is an integral part of spirituality, began to perform its legal function - to serve the identity of the people" [1].