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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dhona, H. R. (Holy);
    Publisher: Bakrie University
    Country: Indonesia

    Michel Foucault is a popular thinker across disciplines in academia. In Indonesian communication studies, his concepts are used in several ways as an instrument analysis on many communication act/ event. The problem is only little, or even no one, wrote how to do the Foucauldian method of analysis in the context of communication studies. This article proposes how to do Foucauldian analysis in communication studies by focusing on analyzing statements, historical analysis and analysis of power. This article explains that Foucauldian discourse analysis is not textual-linguistic analysis, then it could be done in all of the research areas within communication studies, including communication researches with managerial perspectives such as public relations, business communication, advertising, and others. To cite this article (7th APA style):Dhona, H. R. (2020). Analisis Wacana Foucault dalam Studi Komunikasi [Using Foucauldian Discourse Analysis in Communication Studies]. Journal Communication Spectrum, 9(2), 189-208. http://dx.doi.org/10.36782/jcs.v9i1.2026

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Rina Marliana;
    Publisher: Hasanuddin University
    Country: Indonesia

    Convicts Life In James Tucker's The Adventures Of Ralph Rashleigh. Convicts transported from Britain to Australia are one of historical phenomenon. This research is aimed to describe the convicts life in the late eighteenth century to early nineteenth century in Australia as illustrated in The Adventures of Ralph Rashleigh by James Tucker. This research was a descriptive qualitative research. The data were collected by using library research and it was analyzed by applying sociological approach proposed by Swingewood (1972) who revealed three classifications of sociology of literature. In this case, the researcher focused on the classification of sociology as the mirror of age. The result of this research showed that the convicts alive harshly in Australia where the flogging was a common punishment for them

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Krisnawati, L. D. (Lucia); Butar-Butar, B. E. (Bill); Virginia, G. (Gloria);
    Publisher: Bina Nusantara University
    Country: Indonesia

    Developing a chatbot becomes a challenging task when it is built from scratch and independent of any Software as a Service (SaaS). Inspired by the idea of freeing lecturers from the burden of answering the same questions repetitively during the pre-registration process, this research has succeeded in building a textbased chatbot system. Further, this research has proved that the combination of keyword spotting technique for the Language Understanding component, Finite-State Transducer (FST) for the Dialogue Management, rulebased keyword matching for language generation, and the system-in-the-loop paradigm for system validation can produce an efficient chatbot. The chatbot efficiency is high enough as its score on Concept Efficiency (CE) reaches 0.946. It shows that users do not need to repeat their utterances several times to be understood. The chatbot performance on recognizing new concepts introduced by users is also more than satisfactory which is presented by its Query Density (QD) score of 0.80.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Teng, H. M. (H);
    Publisher: Hasanuddin University
    Country: Indonesia

    Kajaolaliddong was well known as a scholar and advisor to the King of Bone in term life mainly related to basic values of state (kingdom), law, and/or political culture. The thoughts of Kajaolaliddong cover the aspects of customs, justice, jurisprudence, and complete governmental systems. Kajaolaliddong was an ambassador to assist the King in overcoming the problems which occurred with the neighboring kingdoms. Besides, this appointment aimed to grow and develop the Kingdom of Bone. The methods used were the library research referring to the ancients documents, such as lontaraq (Buginese ancient manuscript), oral and previous studies. The study shows that the basic pattern called pangadereng (customs) later becomes references of the King and other officials in their activities. The main narrations of Kajaolaliddong thoughts were lempue nasibawai tau (honesty and religiosity), ada tongeng nasibawa tike (true words with vigilance), siri nasibawai getting (shame or self esteem with determination), awaraningeng nasibawai nyameng kininnawa (courage with love), appesona ri Dewata seuwwae (surrender to One God). Of these five components, Kajaolaliddong thoughts emphasized three major components, namely honesty, intelligence, and courage.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Oktarina, F. (Freta);
    Publisher: Bandung Institute of Technology
    Country: Indonesia

    Togetherness and tolerance are among Indonesian traditional cultures which are rarely found in urban society today. The research conducted tried to explore the life of kampung settlements in the center of Jakarta in the era of the 1960s - 1990s, and how the population with a rural background built value of togetherness in the middle of a fast growing city which constantly changes. The study is a historical search to observe the metamorphosis of space and the impact on the pattern of society. The research methodology is carried out through archival and literature studies, followed by field observations and interviews with related actors. The study revealed that in the midst of limited space, the alley as a public space in the kampung, no longer acts just as roads and boundaries between houses, but has shifted into the extention of the house and a shared space for people. The boundaries of private and public areas are blurred in the alley and residents apply the rules of tolerance in using space. After all the alley becomes a binding space between residents Kebersamaan dan toleransi adalah budaya tradisional Indonesia yang sudah jarang ditemukan pada masyarakat perkotaan saat ini. Penelitian ini mencoba melacak kehidupan permukiman kampung di pusat Jakarta pada era 1960- 1990-an dan menelusuri bagaimana penduduk dengan latar belakang pedesaan membangun nilai kebersamaan di tengah kota yang tumbuh dengan cepat dan terus berubah. Penelitian ini merupakan telaah sejarah untuk mengamati metamorfosa ruang dan dampaknya pada pola kehidupan sosial masyarakat. Metodologi penelitian dilakukan melalui studi arsip dan literatur yang dilengkapi dengan observasi lapangan serta wawancara dengan para aktor terkait. Penelitian mengungkapkan bahwa di tengah ruang yang terbatas, ruas gang sebagai area publik di permukiman tidak hanya berfungsi sebagai ruas jalan maupun pembatas antarrumah, melainkan telah menjadi area perluasan rumahrumah penduduk dan ruang berbagi antarwarga. Batas-batas antara area privat dan publik telah menjadi kabur, aturan penggunaan gang ditetapkan berdasarkan azas toleransi. Pada akhirnya gang menciptakan ikatan-ikatan antarwarga dan membangun kebersamaan penduduk.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Anjar Dwi Astuti;
    Country: Indonesia

    African literature has strong relation with colonialism, not only because they had ever been colonized but also because of civil war. Civil Peace (1971), a short story written by Chinua Achebe, tells about how Nigerian survive and have to struggle to live after Nigerian Civil War. It is about the effects of the war on the people, and the “civil peace” that followed. The Nigerian Civil War, also known as the Nigerian-Biafran War, 6 July 1967–15 January 1970, was a political conflict caused by the attempted annexation of the southeastern provinces of Nigeria as the self-proclaimed Republic of Biafra. The conflict was the result of economic, ethnic, cultural and religious tensions among the various peoples of Nigeria. Knowing the relation between the story and the Nigerian Civil War, it is assured that there is a history depicted in Civil Peace. In this article, the writer portrays the history and the phenomenon of colonization in Nigeria by using new historical and postcolonial criticism approaches.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Abdul Latif, Siti Waznah; Matzin, R. (Rohani); Jawawi, R. (Rosmawijah); Mahadi, M. A. (Mar); Jaidin, J. H. (Jainatul); Mundia, L. (Lawrence); Shahrill, M. (Masitah);
    Publisher: Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
    Country: Indonesia

    This study investigated the effectiveness in implementing the Flipped Classroom model in teaching History and to identify the students' perceptions using this approach towards their learning. The chosen History topic was on ‘James Brooke's activities in Sarawak in the 1840s'. The sample consisted of twelve students from two Year 9 classes in one of the secondary schools in Brunei Darussalam. In adopting the Flipped Classroom approach, the students were required to watch a video lesson outside the classroom setting. To measure its effectiveness, a test instrument was used, and five students were interviewed. The findings revealed that the utilisation of this instructional method was effective in teaching History, as there were improvements in the students' test results. The analyses of the students' perceptions using this approach revealed that while some students believed that it helped them improve in their communication and writing skills, others did not perceive it effective for their learning.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Christianna, A. (Aniendya);
    Publisher: Bandung Institute of Technology
    Country: Indonesia

    Damar Kurung Craft is one of the typical Gresik cultural products that have been widely recorded the civilization and life of Gresik people through its handiwork. The existence of Damar Kurung has been around since the Hindu-Buddhist era. It is a lantern that made of bamboo paper with painting embedded that become Javanese’s symbol of life. This research is qualitative research with descriptive approach. The object of this research is on the use of visual metaphor that described by Masmundari about Damar Kurung. The purpose of this research is to understand the meaning of symbols that embedded on Damar Kurung by Masmundari. At the same time, this writing is made to understand the environmental context where decoration of Damar Kurung is made, in order to establish the identity and identification of Javanese people. Keywords Culture, Art and Craft, and Damar Kurung.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Arifitama, B. (Budi); Syahputra, A. (Ade);
    Publisher: Diponegoro University
    Country: Indonesia

    Research into cultural heritage which implements augmented reality technology is limited. Most recent research on cultural heritage are limited on storing data and information in the form of databases, this creates a disadvantage for people who wants to see and feel at the same moment on actual cultural heritage objects. This paper, proposes a solution which could merge the existing cultural object with people using augmented reality technology. This technology would preserve traditional instrument in the form of 3D object which can be digitally protected. The result showed that the use of augmented reality on preserving cultural heritage would benefit people who try to protect their culture.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Martono, Galih Hendro; SN, Azhari;
    Country: Indonesia

    Research related schema matching has been conducted since last decade. Few approach related schema matching has been conducted with various methods such as neuron network, feature selection, constrain based, instance based, linguistic, and so on. Some field used schema matching as basic model such as e-commerce, e-business and data warehousing. Implementation of linguistic approach itself has been used a long time with various problem such as to calculated entity similarity values in two or more schemas. The purpose of this paper was to provide an overview of previous studies related to the implementation of the linguistic approach in the schema matching and finding gap for the development of existing methods. Futhermore, this paper focused on measurement of similarity in linguistic approach in schema matching.