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  • Authors: Sisochi Wau, Visius Uracha; ', R. (Rifardi);

    The stratigraphy of bottom sediments was investigated in eastern waters of RupatStrait, Riau Province in June 2013. The analysis of sediment were conducted by twomethods i.e : grain-size analysis and ignition loss methods. The result showed that thevertical characteristic of bottom sediments changed irregularly. The vertical character-istic change of sediments was represented by the grain-size distribution, both verticallyand horizontally in the area. The similiarity of sediment characteristic among the sta-tions also represented by a cluster analysis. The cluster analysis showed that the sedi-ments were divided into four clusters which showed clearly the different of sedimentcharacteristic between station in this area.

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  • Authors: Zubitashvili, T. (Tamar);

    In many cities around the world, tourism is becoming more and more a priority. Tourism plays an important role in their cultural and national identity, is a catalyst for economic progress, stimulates small and medium-sized businesses. A significant portion of the population lives in cities and travels around their country every year and travels abroad as well. Urban tourism is a revolution of the 19th century, it is developing very Fast and the main tourist demand is in the city. For the development of urban tourism, a strict strategy must be defined in the city and innovative mechanisms must be used. Urban tourism - this is the best option for travelers, researchers. The city should be modern, convenient for tourists but at the same time the local colors and traditions should be preserved. Such an environment will meet a tourist if he visits the historical city of Kakheti Telavi, where many historical and cultural sights are gathered.

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  • Authors: Wadu, R. M. (Ruth); Wirawan, R. (Rio);

    Information is obtained very quickly with the internet media, so all information can be obtained from the palm of the hand. With Fast information, it is certain that the promotion given to an SME can spread quickly. In this study, yes, because of that, vigorous promotion will be able to help SMEs in developing their products. SMEs as one of the business actors must be able to take advantage of the development of digital technology as a form of effort to maintain business continuity, so that the Indonesian people have begun to be aware of online transactions with this, online transaction sales have started to increase and the market is very wide open so that the increase in sales can be very large. increase. The problem that occurs is that some SME business actors still do not know that with a good brand and quality product quality, it will be able to increase sales, especially in the pottery field which was raised in this research problem. With the best quality pottery in Indonesia, sales will increase significantly. because it has a worldwide market. This also happened to the Aesthetic 16th Century UKM. research, analysis and website design using internet facilities as a medium of communication and information exchange so that the pottery sales process becomes Faster.

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  • Authors: Akpang, C. E. (Clement);

    Art constitutes a framework for the generation of new knowledge that enables a sophisticated understanding of society. It is deconstructivist/interrogative thus leads to the creation of alternative narratives and realities derived from complex visual interpretation of the universe, societies and circumstances. In a cognitivist sense, beyond aesthetic emotions/visual appeal art constitutes an intellectual source of knowledge through in-depth analysis of form, content and context of any given artwork. The paper adopts discourse and iconographic analysis as methodologies to introduce a new uncovered phenomenon of Contemporary Avant-gardism in postcolonial African art based on knowledge generation tailored to enforce change. This is achieved by interrogating the ideologies, methodologies and visual configurations of the works of contemporary African artists such as El Anatsui, Olu Amoda, Brett Murray, Kudzanai Chiurai, Clem Akpang and others. Their works instigate new lines of inquiries/knowledge through a renewed but subtle bohemian approach to artifactuality and interpretation of contemporary Africa. The paper submits that by its evocative/expressive nature, art creates structures of knowledge through subjective and visual dialogues that foster knowing in different ways beyond language. And that in contemporary African art-space this new artistic ethos is deployed as a form of avant-gardism that underpins the rationale of African art created in the continent today.

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  • Authors: Marbun, T. (Tiarima);

    This remote classroom action research (CAR) was conducted to improve learning outcomes through CloudX, an application media. The subjects of this study were high school students, XII IPS-3 SMA Negeri 2 Tarakan. They are 33 students, consisting of 12 male students and 21 female students. It was chosen since the students are solid and easy to cooperate. There are many problems in it, but the students are generally more responsive to the teacher. This classroom action research was conducted in two cycles with three teaching meetings in each. Both is designed to improve their learning outcomes using the CloudX. The results of the research prove that through the media can improve the students' learning outcomes, as evidenced by the data in each aspect of observation. The action imlemented has been proved to have a good impact on the learning process. In the learning outcomes aspect, first cycle of meeting 1 showed 63.6% while in the second cycle of meeting 6 it increased to 90.9%% even though there were still 3 students or 9.1% had not achieved minimum completeness and 1 person was never present from the beginning research until the research is completed. Thus, the students who have not completed will be given remedial in a separate meeting in Google Classroom so as to achieve completeness in learning. Thus, learning using the CloudX has been proved to increase the student learning outcomes. It is recommended for teachers to use the CloudX Application in online learning.

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  • Authors: XUDOYNAZAROVNA, A. L. (ABDUSAMATOVA);

    Today we talk a lot about the revival and preservation of historical heritage, but looking at how unceremoniously treated some architectural monuments in Samarkand and with the established historical urban landscape, words are far from the case. Indeed, the rapid growth of the population in Samarkand, the development of transport, housing and other types of construction, and changes in the state of the environment threaten the preservation of cultural heritage as never before, lead to the destruction of many objects of historical and artistic value, contribute to the distortion of the urban landscape, and the disappearance of the "spirit of history" from streets and squares.

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  • Authors: Meij, Dick van der;

    Book review: Claude Guillot & Ludvik Kalus, Les Monuments funeraires et l'histoire du Sultanat de Pasai a Sumatra, Avec une contribution de Marie-Odette Scalliet. Paris: Cahier d'Archipel 37, 2008, ISBN 978-2-910513-53-5/ISSN 0244-5301, 402 pp.The book gives an exhaustive typology of the various forms of the gravestones and their variations and uses clear photographs to illustrate the various types. Six types have been identified of which one, the ogival style was imported into the area from Cambay, Gujarat, India. The six types are ogival, accolade, accolade with wings, decorated with spirals, pyramidal, and others, all with subdivisions. The book continues with the languages used in the inscriptions on the stones. Although at the time Malay already functioned as the lingua franca in the area, the language used on the stones is predominantly Arabic. The various texts used in the inscriptions are subsequently divided into epitaphs, containing the name of the deceased often elaborated with extensive soubriquets. The epithets for males and females are usually the same but for women a more extensive number of labels is used such as 'the chaste', 'the virtuous', 'the pure' and so on. In addition, genealogies, eulogies, and dates of death and interment are provided.Copyright (c) 2014 by SDI. All right reserved.DOI: 10.15408/sdi.v17i1.471

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  • Authors: Yadav, A. K. (Ashutosh); Saxena, P. S. (Prof);

    Salman Rushdie, a postmodernist immigrant, is considered as one the greatest novelist of the 20th century. His apt use of magical realism, incorporates mythology, religion, history, fantasy, and humor into the real world. He narrates his life story and relates it to the national history of India. Rushdie uses the magical realist technique to deal about the postcolonial people of India, and various postcolonial issues. His writing focuses on India's history, politics, and identity as seen through his narrators. There is a blending of fantasy and reality with his fantastical fiction. Salman Rushdie presents women as strong characters to break free from their oppressive roles through his works. He develops strong female characters who face life with great fortitude and strength rather than meek personality. This research article critically investigates the role of women characters in selected novels by the acclaimed author, Salman Rushdie. A corpus of three major works—Midnight's Children, The Satanic Verses, and Shame—has been selected for detailed analysis. The study aims to illuminate the varying dimensions of women's representation, their influence, and the evolution of their roles in these narratives, serving as mirrors to the sociopolitical realities of their time. The article applies a combined theoretical framework of feminist literary criticism and postcolonial discourse to unpack the intricate characterizations and their wider implications. Findings reveal that Rushdie's women characters are often depicted as multi-dimensional, complex individuals who actively influence the plot and resist conforming to traditional roles. They embody strength, resilience, and liberation in the face of cultural, political, and religious adversities, breaking the mold of passive feminine stereotypes. Despite being enmeshed within patriarchal societal structures, these characters often subvert normative constraints, highlighting the intersection of gender, power, and resistance in Rushdie's novels. Through the use of magical realism, Rushdie juxtaposes reality with the fantastical, further challenging conventional expectations of women in literature. Rushdie's depiction of women provides significant insights into the complexities of postcolonial feminist identities, societal norms, and cultural heritage. His novels, while being grounded in their specific contexts, resonate on a universal scale, enriching the discourse around the representation of women in literature.

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  • Authors: Amonovna, N. F. (Normatova);

    During the years of independence, an objective study of the history of Uzbekistan, a fair assessment of the ancient and rich history of the Uzbek people has become a priority. In the shadow of independence, which marked a turning point in the life and destiny of the Uzbek people, science, in particular, the science of history, which is the basis of national identity and spiritual growth, has developed in its own way. In the objective coverage of the history of Uzbekistan, President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Sh. As M. Mirziyoyev said in his book "Together we will build a free and prosperous, democratic state of Uzbekistan", we count. "For the first time in recent years, the science of history, which is an integral part of spirituality, has begun to fulfill its legitimate function - to serve the identity of the people.

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  • Authors: Kila, S. (Syahrir);

    Kajian ini bertujuan untuk memaparkan tentang Perjuangan Syekh Yusuf di Banten. Ia dikenal sebagai ulama besar yang berasal dari Makassar, namun sebagian besar hidupnya diabdikan di kampung orang, yaitu Banten. Kajian ini menggunakan metode sejarah dengan empat langkah sistematis. Pencarian datanya lebih banyak bertumpuh pada studi literatur melalui beberapa perpustakaan. Hasil kajian menunjukkan bahwa di Banten, ia menjadi penasehat utama Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa (mufti). Awalnya hanya mengembangkan agama Islam, namun karena perkembangan politik di Banten menyebabkan beliau harus berjuang membantu mertuanya melawan VOC yang bersekutu dengan anak kandungnya, Sultan Haji. Beliau ditangkap VOC lalu dibuang ke Sailon dan Afrika Selatan. Ia meninggal dunia pada 1699 dalam usia 73 tahun. Tahun 1995, atau 296 tahun kemudian barulah Indonesia memberikan gelar Pahlawan Nasional, dan tahun 2009 atau 310 tahun setelah meninggalnya, Afrika Selatan juga memberikan gelar Pahlawan Nasional.

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  • Authors: Sisochi Wau, Visius Uracha; ', R. (Rifardi);

    The stratigraphy of bottom sediments was investigated in eastern waters of RupatStrait, Riau Province in June 2013. The analysis of sediment were conducted by twomethods i.e : grain-size analysis and ignition loss methods. The result showed that thevertical characteristic of bottom sediments changed irregularly. The vertical character-istic change of sediments was represented by the grain-size distribution, both verticallyand horizontally in the area. The similiarity of sediment characteristic among the sta-tions also represented by a cluster analysis. The cluster analysis showed that the sedi-ments were divided into four clusters which showed clearly the different of sedimentcharacteristic between station in this area.

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  • Authors: Zubitashvili, T. (Tamar);

    In many cities around the world, tourism is becoming more and more a priority. Tourism plays an important role in their cultural and national identity, is a catalyst for economic progress, stimulates small and medium-sized businesses. A significant portion of the population lives in cities and travels around their country every year and travels abroad as well. Urban tourism is a revolution of the 19th century, it is developing very Fast and the main tourist demand is in the city. For the development of urban tourism, a strict strategy must be defined in the city and innovative mechanisms must be used. Urban tourism - this is the best option for travelers, researchers. The city should be modern, convenient for tourists but at the same time the local colors and traditions should be preserved. Such an environment will meet a tourist if he visits the historical city of Kakheti Telavi, where many historical and cultural sights are gathered.

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  • Authors: Wadu, R. M. (Ruth); Wirawan, R. (Rio);

    Information is obtained very quickly with the internet media, so all information can be obtained from the palm of the hand. With Fast information, it is certain that the promotion given to an SME can spread quickly. In this study, yes, because of that, vigorous promotion will be able to help SMEs in developing their products. SMEs as one of the business actors must be able to take advantage of the development of digital technology as a form of effort to maintain business continuity, so that the Indonesian people have begun to be aware of online transactions with this, online transaction sales have started to increase and the market is very wide open so that the increase in sales can be very large. increase. The problem that occurs is that some SME business actors still do not know that with a good brand and quality product quality, it will be able to increase sales, especially in the pottery field which was raised in this research problem. With the best quality pottery in Indonesia, sales will increase significantly. because it has a worldwide market. This also happened to the Aesthetic 16th Century UKM. research, analysis and website design using internet facilities as a medium of communication and information exchange so that the pottery sales process becomes Faster.

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  • Authors: Akpang, C. E. (Clement);

    Art constitutes a framework for the generation of new knowledge that enables a sophisticated understanding of society. It is deconstructivist/interrogative thus leads to the creation of alternative narratives and realities derived from complex visual interpretation of the universe, societies and circumstances. In a cognitivist sense, beyond aesthetic emotions/visual appeal art constitutes an intellectual source of knowledge through in-depth analysis of form, content and context of any given artwork. The paper adopts discourse and iconographic analysis as methodologies to introduce a new uncovered phenomenon of Contemporary Avant-gardism in postcolonial African art based on knowledge generation tailored to enforce change. This is achieved by interrogating the ideologies, methodologies and visual configurations of the works of contemporary African artists such as El Anatsui, Olu Amoda, Brett Murray, Kudzanai Chiurai, Clem Akpang and others. Their works instigate new lines of inquiries/knowledge through a renewed but subtle bohemian approach to artifactuality and interpretation of contemporary Africa. The paper submits that by its evocative/expressive nature, art creates structures of knowledge through subjective and visual dialogues that foster knowing in different ways beyond language. And that in contemporary African art-space this new artistic ethos is deployed as a form of avant-gardism that underpins the rationale of African art created in the continent today.

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  • Authors: Marbun, T. (Tiarima);

    This remote classroom action research (CAR) was conducted to improve learning outcomes through CloudX, an application media. The subjects of this study were high school students, XII IPS-3 SMA Negeri 2 Tarakan. They are 33 students, consisting of 12 male students and 21 female students. It was chosen since the students are solid and easy to cooperate. There are many problems in it, but the students are generally more responsive to the teacher. This classroom action research was conducted in two cycles with three teaching meetings in each. Both is designed to improve their learning outcomes using the CloudX. The results of the research prove that through the media can improve the students' learning outcomes, as evidenced by the data in each aspect of observation. The action imlemented has been proved to have a good impact on the learning process. In the learning outcomes aspect, first cycle of meeting 1 showed 63.6% while in the second cycle of meeting 6 it increased to 90.9%% even though there were still 3 students or 9.1% had not achieved minimum completeness and 1 person was never present from the beginning research until the research is completed. Thus, the students who have not completed will be given remedial in a separate meeting in Google Classroom so as to achieve completeness in learning. Thus, learning using the CloudX has been proved to increase the student learning outcomes. It is recommended for teachers to use the CloudX Application in online learning.

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  • Authors: XUDOYNAZAROVNA, A. L. (ABDUSAMATOVA);

    Today we talk a lot about the revival and preservation of historical heritage, but looking at how unceremoniously treated some architectural monuments in Samarkand and with the established historical urban landscape, words are far from the case. Indeed, the rapid growth of the population in Samarkand, the development of transport, housing and other types of construction, and changes in the state of the environment threaten the preservation of cultural heritage as never before, lead to the destruction of many objects of historical and artistic value, contribute to the distortion of the urban landscape, and the disappearance of the "spirit of history" from streets and squares.

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  • Authors: Meij, Dick van der;

    Book review: Claude Guillot & Ludvik Kalus, Les Monuments funeraires et l'histoire du Sultanat de Pasai a Sumatra, Avec une contribution de Marie-Odette Scalliet. Paris: Cahier d'Archipel 37, 2008, ISBN 978-2-910513-53-5/ISSN 0244-5301, 402 pp.The book gives an exhaustive typology of the various forms of the gravestones and their variations and uses clear photographs to illustrate the various types. Six types have been identified of which one, the ogival style was imported into the area from Cambay, Gujarat, India. The six types are ogival, accolade, accolade with wings, decorated with spirals, pyramidal, and others, all with subdivisions. The book continues with the languages used in the inscriptions on the stones. Although at the time Malay already functioned as the lingua franca in the area, the language used on the stones is predominantly Arabic. The various texts used in the inscriptions are subsequently divided into epitaphs, containing the name of the deceased often elaborated with extensive soubriquets. The epithets for males and females are usually the same but for women a more extensive number of labels is used such as 'the chaste', 'the virtuous', 'the pure' and so on. In addition, genealogies, eulogies, and dates of death and interment are provided.Copyright (c) 2014 by SDI. All right reserved.DOI: 10.15408/sdi.v17i1.471

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  • Authors: Yadav, A. K. (Ashutosh); Saxena, P. S. (Prof);

    Salman Rushdie, a postmodernist immigrant, is considered as one the greatest novelist of the 20th century. His apt use of magical realism, incorporates mythology, religion, history, fantasy, and humor into the real world. He narrates his life story and relates it to the national history of India. Rushdie uses the magical realist technique to deal about the postcolonial people of India, and various postcolonial issues. His writing focuses on India's history, politics, and identity as seen through his narrators. There is a blending of fantasy and reality with his fantastical fiction. Salman Rushdie presents women as strong characters to break free from their oppressive roles through his works. He develops strong female characters who face life with great fortitude and strength rather than meek personality. This research article critically investigates the role of women characters in selected novels by the acclaimed author, Salman Rushdie. A corpus of three major works—Midnight's Children, The Satanic Verses, and Shame—has been selected for detailed analysis. The study aims to illuminate the varying dimensions of women's representation, their influence, and the evolution of their roles in these narratives, serving as mirrors to the sociopolitical realities of their time. The article applies a combined theoretical framework of feminist literary criticism and postcolonial discourse to unpack the intricate characterizations and their wider implications. Findings reveal that Rushdie's women characters are often depicted as multi-dimensional, complex individuals who actively influence the plot and resist conforming to traditional roles. They embody strength, resilience, and liberation in the face of cultural, political, and religious adversities, breaking the mold of passive feminine stereotypes. Despite being enmeshed within patriarchal societal structures, these characters often subvert normative constraints, highlighting the intersection of gender, power, and resistance in Rushdie's novels. Through the use of magical realism, Rushdie juxtaposes reality with the fantastical, further challenging conventional expectations of women in literature. Rushdie's depiction of women provides significant insights into the complexities of postcolonial feminist identities, societal norms, and cultural heritage. His novels, while being grounded in their specific contexts, resonate on a universal scale, enriching the discourse around the representation of women in literature.

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  • Authors: Amonovna, N. F. (Normatova);

    During the years of independence, an objective study of the history of Uzbekistan, a fair assessment of the ancient and rich history of the Uzbek people has become a priority. In the shadow of independence, which marked a turning point in the life and destiny of the Uzbek people, science, in particular, the science of history, which is the basis of national identity and spiritual growth, has developed in its own way. In the objective coverage of the history of Uzbekistan, President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Sh. As M. Mirziyoyev said in his book "Together we will build a free and prosperous, democratic state of Uzbekistan", we count. "For the first time in recent years, the science of history, which is an integral part of spirituality, has begun to fulfill its legitimate function - to serve the identity of the people.

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  • Authors: Kila, S. (Syahrir);

    Kajian ini bertujuan untuk memaparkan tentang Perjuangan Syekh Yusuf di Banten. Ia dikenal sebagai ulama besar yang berasal dari Makassar, namun sebagian besar hidupnya diabdikan di kampung orang, yaitu Banten. Kajian ini menggunakan metode sejarah dengan empat langkah sistematis. Pencarian datanya lebih banyak bertumpuh pada studi literatur melalui beberapa perpustakaan. Hasil kajian menunjukkan bahwa di Banten, ia menjadi penasehat utama Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa (mufti). Awalnya hanya mengembangkan agama Islam, namun karena perkembangan politik di Banten menyebabkan beliau harus berjuang membantu mertuanya melawan VOC yang bersekutu dengan anak kandungnya, Sultan Haji. Beliau ditangkap VOC lalu dibuang ke Sailon dan Afrika Selatan. Ia meninggal dunia pada 1699 dalam usia 73 tahun. Tahun 1995, atau 296 tahun kemudian barulah Indonesia memberikan gelar Pahlawan Nasional, dan tahun 2009 atau 310 tahun setelah meninggalnya, Afrika Selatan juga memberikan gelar Pahlawan Nasional.

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