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  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Tursunbayevich, E. A. (Ermuminov);
    Publisher: Scholarzest
    Country: Indonesia

    This article discusses the role and importance of fine arts in student education and its interdisciplinary relevance.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Temirov, T. M. (Temirov); Shokhidakhon, E. (Erkinova);
    Publisher: Research Parks Publishing
    Country: Indonesia

    This scientific article reveals the concept of the portrait genre, nature the importance of searching for character and a deep approach to it, and the ancient look at history. The importance of portraits of great people in the work of artists of our developed country and its analysis in the visual arts is reflected. At the same time, the role of portraiture in the development of the younger generation is reflected in the analysis through images

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Hussein, H. N. (Hashem); Rasoul, A. M. (Ali);
    Publisher: ScienceScholar
    Country: Indonesia

    No personality in history like Imam Ali (peace be upon him), received the attention of historians and researchers, and the attention was not limited to his person only, but also extended to his followers and companions. This interest had two sides, the first being positive, reflecting the merit of the Imam and his followers over the Islamic heritage, and the other negative reflecting a viewpoint that adopted this aspect. His women, and in this research we shed light on one of the followers of the Imam, taking from him a model to know the ways that some scholars took to distort the image of the followers and companions of the Imam, peace be upon him, and to drop their argument.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Taufan, R. (Rahmat); Ridwan, R. (Ridwan);
    Publisher: Research Parks Publishing
    Country: Indonesia

    The phenomenon of learning that exists in Indonesia is currently oriented to educational issues that can make students better. The imbalance in the pattern of student perceptions, differences in the level of understanding of students, and the media used are still conventional. Lack of social awareness and knowledge of students about everyday art forms and cultural heritage. Learning media with the learning branching program can help adjust the speed level of students' understanding and help students learn actively and independently. The learning media with the learning branching program is equipped with enrichment and remedial which create the interaction process between students and learning media. The research objective is to produce media with a valid, practical, and effective learning branching program.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Vakhobovna, N. K. (Nishonboeva);
    Publisher: Research Parks Publishing
    Country: Indonesia

    This article highlights the importance of intercultural cooperation in modernizing the culture of Uzbekistan, the role of the cultural heritage of Uzbekistan and its role in the world civilization and further development of national culture based on the concept of further development of national culture in the Republic of Uzbekistan.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Nefnouf, A. S. (Ahmed);
    Publisher: Al-Kindi Center for Research and Development
    Country: Indonesia

    This paper will address the issue of disallowing and differentiation of the same race (shadism) in a bid to create a pure race throughout their experience and the remembrance of their previous generation's history. The remaining founding families established a new town in Ruby, which had a strict racial code that had to be followed by everyone in the town. Failure to do this resulted in punishment. Also, it uses the characters in the novel Paradise to show how their dream of an indigenous ethnicity fails due to the same issues they had experienced at the hands of the whites in their history of resistance. Discrimination between light-skinned blacks and dark-skinned blacks is evident. The disallowing event proves that even the black community despised each other on the basis of skin color.

  • Other research product . 2022
    Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Akmal, S. (Safarov); Mamlakat, K. (Kadirova);
    Publisher: Novateur Publication
    Country: Indonesia

    This article discusses the policy of collectivization in agriculture. It also analyzes the rapid growth of cotton fields as a result of collectivization.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Pasmawati, Y. (Yanti); Tontowi, A. E. (Alva); Hartono, B. (Budi); Wijayanto, T. (Titis);
    Publisher: Oles Honchar Dnipro National University
    Country: Indonesia

    Purpose: This research was conducted to analyze the extent to which online customer reviews (OCRs) can stimulate investment backers as a strategy to increase crowdfunding investment. Design / Method / Approach: This research is quantitative. Natural language processing (NLP) processes review text documents based on linguistic study, a lexicon-based method is used for sentiment analysis classification based on polarity score (pros and cons), while Multiple linear regression forms a model or relationship between online customer reviews and crowdfunding investments. OCRs consisting of numeric and text features were collected from one hundred technology products (3D printing, drones, cameras, wearables) on Kickstarter.com. Findings: The study results show that, in addition to positive reviews, the number of comments and the number of sentiment reviews can increase consumer interest in investing in technology products on the crowdfunding platform. Moreover, positive reviews have the most positive effect on crowdfunding investments. Practical Implications: The study results are expected to be used for startup business, especially technology products as a strategy to increase funding investment on a reward-based crowdfunding platform. Startups can take advantage of online customer reviews as one of important factors in stimulating potential backers and backers to invest. Social implications: The strategy of utilizing online customer reviews can be used especially for technology product-based startup business to get funding support as a resource in completing a product development stage. Originality / Value: The novelty of this research is that it focuses on a technological product development stage, product campaigns on a reward-based crowdfunding platform, considering online customer reviews through sentimental (online reviews) and numerical characteristics (number of comments, number of sentiment reviews) simultaneously as a strategy to increase investment. Research Limitations / Future Research: This study has some limitations as it used only online customer reviews as an attribute that affects crowdfunding investment. Future research is expected to explore online customer reviews to determine important attributes (unique words) as consideration for strategies to increase crowdfunding investment. Paper type: Empirical

  • 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: 
    Govinthasamy, D. (D); Sivakumar, M. V. (M); Anand, J. A. (J);
    Publisher: ScienceScholar
    Country: Indonesia

    This paper attempts to present an assessment of mythology and its significance in human life and Indian culture in Gita Mehta's A River Sutra. It also looks at her utilization of Indian mythology and its symbolic meaning from a sociocultural standpoint. It is a project to investigate her usage of Indian mythology and its symbolic meaning in current culture. She interprets renunciation and self-realization in A River Sutra in a very realistic and practical way. The author's concern for man's eternal desire for existence and survival in modern life is evident in the Narmada story and the narrators of the six stories. She clarifies for misled Westerners and Indians alike that it is the active life of karma, not the passive renunciation, that leads to knowledge and enlightenment. As a result, only action, unselfish activity, may assist man in attaining perfection and excelling in life.