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  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Nziadam, L. (Lucky);
    Publisher: Research Parks Publishing
    Country: Indonesia

    This work discussed the redemptive burden of history and qualitative education in the process of Nigeria's nation-building. The paper advocates for the return of history into the primary and secondary schools in Nigeria. In furtherance of this revered enthusiasm, the paper argues for a compulsory but genuine teaching of the history of the country which should be pursued as a matter of policy by the ministries of education, information and culture and their parastatals. This is necessary to preserve the cultural and intellectual repositories of the country for posterity. As a philosophical paper, the analytical methods were employed with the clarification of some key words. Based on that, some recommendations such as the promotion of history in the schools were made. As a complement, the state government with private sectors initiative should take the ambitious step of setting up mini-museum of history in different local government headquarters, as practiced in more enlightened societies. This will also facilitate education tours and present an ingenious way of being acquainted with history. From the study of history and education some basic virtues such as justice, equality, brotherliness, brother- keeper was recommended for a more stable nation.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Shyam, K. (Kanseng);
    Publisher: Adivasi Gondwana Bhasha Prachar Bahuudheshiya Shikshan Sanstha Tipagad Warora
    Country: Indonesia

    The Jingphaw ethnic group is one of the primitive tribes of the world. They are known as ‘Kachin' in Myanmar, ‘Jingpo' in China and ‘Singpho' in India. In different parts of planet, they are called by varied names; although the word “Jinghpaw” is commonly used by majority in written literary form. The Jinghpaw of Myanmar largely inhabit in its northernmost state called ‘Kachin State' and its hilly areas. In China, they live in western ‘Yunnan' province of ‘Dehong Dai and Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture'. In addition, they live in the north-eastern parts of India called ‘Arunachal Pradesh' and ‘Assam' state. This paper is an attempt to delineate the origin, history and unique cultural heritage of “Jinghpaw” community.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Wan, Y. (Yao); Dechsubha, T. (Thawascha);
    Publisher: Technium Science
    Country: Indonesia

    China has a long history of wine-brewing. Traditional Chinese drinking games are a unique and mysterious part of the Chinese drinking culture. In this paper, we deal with the development of Chinese wine first, and then we take big events as reference to uncover the history of the traditional Chinese drinking games chronologically. After introducing the representative drinking games from each dynasty, it could help people understand the general development of the traditional Chinese drinking games. The results show: (1) the Chinese wine-brewing origins from the saccharomycetes, matures in Tang and Song Dynasties, and popularizes in Yuan, Ming, and Qing Dynasties. (2) The first traditional Chinese drinking game is pitch-pot, and it emerges in the later of Spring and Autumn Period. Its system grows mature in the Tang Dynasty. The Qing Dynasty is a united period for the collection of traditional Chinese drinking games.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Novayani, W. (Wenda);
    Publisher: Politeknik Caltex Riau
    Country: Indonesia

    This research is motivated by the lack of student motivation in learning history. Students find history lessons full of memorization and boring. Even though studying history has an important role in the life of a nation because history lessons instill values ​​of the spirit of patriotism, provide moral values, and build the character of a nation. Therefore, this study aims to see the historical Role Playing Game (RPG) 's learning impact on learning motivation and teaching the value of student attitudes from the material presented in the game. The method used in this research is a quantitative research method. The research subjects were 32 students of SMAN 9 Pekanbaru. Data was collected through a questionnaire with a reliability value of rxy = 0.884 and a validity value = 0.645 (> 0.349). The result showed that students' learning motivation significantly impacts their attitude and knowledge value. The RPG game of historical education gives effect to 88% knowledge improvement, attitude (patriotism, moral values ​​, and critical thinking) by 87% motivation, so that students are interested to learn and feel not bored with the average value of 89% with an excellent appraisal. Attitude values, and historical knowledge in the educational game, have a positive relationship with the motivation to learn. Learning history using historical RPG games provides a positive learning impact on student's motivation to learn history.

  • Other research product . 2022
    Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Jurayev, I. M. (I);
    Publisher: Scholarzest
    Country: Indonesia

    The article analyzes the ancient myths, legends and written monuments that reflect not only the natural phenomena of the gods, the divine forces, but also the relationship of family life.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Kholnazarova, L. S. (Latofat); Saidullayevna, K. D. (Khairullaeva);
    Publisher: Research Parks Publishing
    Country: Indonesia

    This article focuses on the confiscation of valuable rare manuscripts written by the peoples of Central Asia in the late 19th and early 20th centuries by orient lists from the Russian Empire and other foreign countries, as well as foreign travelers and researchers. Orientals A.L. Kun, a consultant who took part in the conquest of the khanates, was involved in the seizure of valuable manuscripts and their sale and donation in various libraries around the world. There is also important information that Amir Muzaffar and Sayyid Alimkhan presented rare manuscripts to Russian emperors.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Bhattacharya, S. (Souren); Pal, S. (Subhasree);
    Publisher: Adivasi Gondwana Bhasha Prachar Bahuudheshiya Shikshan Sanstha Tipagad Warora
    Country: Indonesia

    Existing norms, belief systems, heritage, and customs all contribute to the formation of a society's culture. Society's culture varies by region. A society's established culture dictates gender roles and relationships. Gender is a western concept that refers to the division of labour in terms of male and female. This means that while sex is a biological term, gender is a social construct. Gender denotes the expected roles of men and women in the realms of production, reproduction, and power relations in various spheres of society. Culture evolves and changes to take on its current form. Thus, the factors that shape culture have a substantial effect on gender. India is the world's second-largest home to tribal people. There is a widespread perception that tribal women enjoy significantly more freedom in the workplace, decision-making, and empowerment than the women of other castes in society. Gender roles and relationships are not uniform across the country's tribal communities, but rather vary. Additionally, the process of mainstreaming, displacement, and globalisation have altered their traditional culture and gender relationships significantly. With the introduction and exposure to a modern economy, the concept of women empowerment is rapidly changing among tribes. With the exposure to a market-oriented economy and industrialised society played a significant role in altering tribal women's roles at home and in society. The present paper will throw light on the changing scenario of culture and gender relationships among the tribal communities of the country.