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Local Cultural Wisdom to Maintain The Existence of Traditional Sports Sumpitan in Samarinda City, East Kalimantan Province Puji Astuti; Setya Rahayu; Tommy Soenyoto; Priagung Priagung
JUARA : Jurnal Olahraga Vol 7 No 1 (2022): JUARA: Jurnal Olahraga
Publisher : STKIP Muhammadiyah Kuningan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33222/juara.v7i1.1532

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The purposes of this research are to find out how are the conservation efforts, the human resources, the facilities and infrastructure, the process of obtaining the funding and the role of the government/stakeholders in preserving and improving the performance of the traditional sport named Sumpitan. This research is a descriptive qualitative with ethnographic design which using critical ethnography type. The data were collected using interviews, observation and documentation. The subjects of this research include administrators, coaches, athletes and supporting staff, Department of Youth, Sport and Tourism, Department of Education, Indonesian Sport and Recreation Committee (KORMI), Indonesian Traditional Games and Sport Committee (KPOTI) of Samarinda City. The validity of the data was done by implementing some steps including data collection, data reduction, data presentation and draw conclusion. There are several results of the research. Firstly, the Government of the Samarinda City rarely holds Sumpitan traditional sport events, coaching and improvement which have not been included in the local content curriculum of elementary, junior and senior high schools. Next, lack of attention dealing with funding and infrastructure support thus the operational costs use donations from community members. The minimum number of administrators, coaches, and regeneration of new athletes. The last is the lack of public awareness of the improvement and preservation in the implementation of cultural activities or traditional sports Sumpitan. the conclusions of this study are involvement that are not yet optimal, Lack of human resources, there is a change in culture, socio-cultural shift.
English language learning motivation of sports exchange students Fatona Suraya; Setya Rahayu; Mawarni Mohamed; Ani Mazlina Dewi Mohamed; Miranti Nur Anggrahini
Journal of Science and Education (JSE) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Journal of Science and Education (JSE)
Publisher : CV Rezki Media

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.56003/jse.v1i2.37

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One of the benefits from students exchange program is to learn a foreign language. In the Faculty of Sports Science, UNNES, most students going abroad all-around Southeast Asia which English is the medium of instruction between countries. Thus, the exchange program were likely helped to motivate them to learn English. However, limited studies have discussed the English learning motivation of students who have been studying abroad. This study aims to explain the students’ motivation to learn English after being exposed to the exchange experience. The study explains their motivation in two domains: intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. It is descriptive quantitative research with a set of questionnaires as the primary source of data supported by interviews as the secondary data. The subjects of this study are 37 students from 4 majors; sports science (12), public health (11), physical education (7), and coaching education (7) which consisted of 20 females and 17 males, under the Faculty of Sports Science, UNNES who experienced the exchange programs between 2018-2019. The study found that personal belief on the importance of English to upgrade self-capacity, followed by practical practice of independent study to upgrade English performance, are the intrinsic motivational factors embraced by the exchange students. Furthermore, the exchange students’ view of the importance of English for their future career and the positive opinion from their environment on the people who can speak English have extrinsically motivated them to learn English. Future study needs to involve bigger participants by comparing those exchange and non-exchange students and examine the role of motivation toward the student's learning performance.
The Relationship of Anxiety, Confidence, and Motivation to the Performance of Volleyball Referees: A Correlation Study Nurfani Nurfani; Setya Rahayu; Bambang Priyono
JUARA : Jurnal Olahraga Vol 7 No 2 (2022): JUARA: Jurnal Olahraga
Publisher : STKIP Muhammadiyah Kuningan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33222/juara.v7i2.2038

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The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between anxiety, self-confidence, and motivation to the performance of the referees of volleyball associations throughout Indonesia, West Nusa Tenggara province. This study uses a correlational method with a quantitative approach. The population is 45 referees, sampling using total sampling. The research variable was the performance of the volleyball referee as the dependent variable and anxiety, self-confidence, and motivation as the independent variables. The data analysis technique used a linearity test and product-moment correlation. The results of this study are 1) a low relationship between anxiety and the performance of volleyball referees. 2) moderate relationship between confidence and the performance of volleyball referees. 3) a strong relationship between motivation and the performance of volleyball referees. 4) moderate relationship between anxiety and self-confidence with the performance of volleyball referees. 5) a strong relationship between self-confidence and motivation with the performance of volleyball referees. 6) a strong relationship between anxiety and motivation with the performance of volleyball referees. 7) a strong relationship between anxiety, self-confidence and motivation with the performance of volleyball referees. The conclusion of this study is to increase the confidence of referees through training programs in the psychological (mental) realm that are integrated into the training program with an understanding of the rules of the game regularly. This effort is made to improve the quality of the performance of volleyball referees.