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LITERA KULTURA : Journal of Literary and Cultural Studies Vol 3 No 2 (2015)
Publisher : The English Department, Faculty of Languages and Arts, Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26740/lk.v3i2.11524


Abstract This thesis employs Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court’s prominent concepts of crimes against humanity to describe the government and the military’s crimes against humanity in Laksmi Pamuntjak’s The Question of Red. Through the concepts of crimes against humanity, this thesis finds the government and the military’s crimes against humanity act to the civilian that is suspected as communist members. Further, the acts become part of the government authority and power. Almost all crimes against humanity acts depicted variously, from murder, extermination, torture, to apartheid. Such in Foucault’s studies, crimes against humanity as power drags out of resistance of the communist and almost all suspected civilian. The communist characters do not only appear personally, but also in organization or group of Buru Island prisoners. The resistances toward crimes against humanity are revealed into Hollander and Einwohner’s eight type of resistance. The typology of resistance is formed by three dimension of actor, target, and observer. Those dimensions are served in novel The Question of Red. Library method is appropriate to because this thesis datum are derived by close reading and analyzing intrinsic and extrinsic elements. Indeed, the references are taken in library and internet to support the analysis process. Further, this thesis is not served in numbering or table. Keywords: crimes against humanity, resistance, bourgeoisie, communist
Seni Rupa Dalam Soft Power Diplomasi Indonesia Di Suriname Tri Wahyudi; Putri Anggraeni; Ratih Pertiwi
JURNAL RUPA Vol 7 No 1 (2022): Open Issue
Publisher : Telkom University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25124/rupa.v7i1.4747


Using fine art practice as a tool of Indonesia’s soft power diplomacy in Suriname is one of the critical instruments in the practice of bilateral relations between the two countries. This can be seen when soft power diplomacy is defined as a means of diplomacy that contains elements of culture, value systems, or policies. Such effort, of course, has a positive impact on international relations between the two countries for cooperation in the economic, socio-cultural, and even trade between nations. Soft power diplomacy can be interpreted as an effort to organise diplomacy to attract attention to the international world and create a cooperative relationship to attract public attention through efforts by using various channels, one of which is cultural media. In this study, the author uses qualitative research methods using an explanatory “Case Study” theoretical approach. Thus, the results achieved in this study are how the state can see that art, which is part of the culture in Indonesia, can be a medium to bridge bilateral relations between the two countries, Indonesia and Suriname. Keywords soft power, diplomacy, fine art, Suriname
Hubungan Pola Makan dan Stres dengan Terjadinya Kekambuhan Gastritis di Wilayah Kerja Puskesmas Poasia Kota Kendari Putri Anggraeni; Ari Tjahyadi Rafiuddin; Andi Mauliyana
Jurnal Healthy Mandala Waluya Vol. 1 No. 3 (2022): Jurnal Healthy Mandala Waluya
Publisher : Program Studi Kesehatan Masyarakat Universitas Mandala Waluya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54883/jhmw.v1i3.129


The data showed that in 2019 there were 2,273 cases;in 2020, there were 1,209 cases, and in 2021 there were 1,937 cases. This study aimed to determine the relationship between diet and stress and the occurrence of gastritis recurrence in the working area of the poasia public health center, kendari city. This type of research was analytic with a cross-sectional study design. The population of this study was patients with gastritis and non-gastritis sufferers totaling 246 respondents with a sample of 72 respondents by purposive sampling. The analysis used univariate and bivariate analysis and was tested using ch-square and the value of phi. This study’s results indicated a significant relationship between eating patterns (x2count = 23,144; = 0,512) and significant relationship between eating stress (x2count = 23,615; 0,515). It is expected for the community, especially gastritis sufferers, to apply a diet with a regular frequency and reduce excessive stress or manage stress appropriately to avoid gastritis.