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Identifikasi Ujaran Kebencian Pada Facebook Dengan Metode Ensemble Feature Dan Support Vector Machine Putra, Aditya Kresna Bayu Arda; Fauzi, Mochammad Ali; Setiawan, Budi Darma; Setiawati, Eti
Jurnal Pengembangan Teknologi Informasi dan Ilmu Komputer Vol 2 No 12 (2018)
Publisher : Fakultas Ilmu Komputer (FILKOM), Universitas Brawijaya

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In the beginning, social media is used for socializing and interacting with other people. One of the most used social media for socializing is Facebook, with users amounting to over hundred million people around the world. Nowadays, on Facebook, its often found there’s hate speech writing being shared at massive pace. Of course an assistance from language expert is a must for identifying hatespeech on Facebook because there’s not yet an automatic system that can identify a hatespeech. The system in this research are made using Ensemble feature and Support Vector Machine. Ensemble feature is used for combining some of the feature extracted from each writing to ease the process of identifying a hatespeech. Support Vector Machine then used to identifying a hatespeech from a writing based on feature that are combined using ensemble feature. According to the result of testing, we acquired a 70% accuracy for the system so we can conclude that ensemble feature and support vector machine is good to use for identifying hatespeech on social media Facebook.
VITALITAS BAHASA, DIGLOSIA, DAN KETIRISANNYA: PEMERTAHANAN BAHASA MANDURO DI DESA MANDURO, KECAMATAN KABUH, KABUPATEN JOMBANG, JAWA TIMUR Setiawati, Eti; Ardhian, Dany; Widodo, Wahyu; Warsiman, NFN
Widyaparwa Vol 47, No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Balai Bahasa Provinsi Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta

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A minority language will be very difficult to survive if the language is surrounded by a majority language, moreover, this region is very dependent on the surrounding area, both in terms of economy, government, education, and health. However, some regions can survive and are not affected by the surrounding languages. This study seeks to describe the language vitality, diglossia, and language leakage.The study sites were taken in four hamlets (Dander, Goa, Matokan, and Gesing) Manduro Village, Kabuh, Jombang, East Java. Manduro village was chosen because its inhabitants speak Madurese, but are surrounded by Javanese residents and are separated from their mother tongue (Madurese). Data sources were taken from one hundred respondents in four groups (children, teenagers, adults, and old).Data collection uses source triangulation techniques: observation (note-taking), questionnaire (adapted from Bahasa Kita Atmajaya questioner), and in-depth interviews. The results of the study showed that language vitality index was 0.69; category IV; stable, but potentially threatened. Diglossia is in family domain, kinship, neighbors, and friendship. The language leakage occured of friendship domain.Suatu bahasa minoritas akan sangat sulit bertahan jika bahasa itu dikepung oleh bahasa mayoritas, apalagi wilayah ini sangat bergantung pada wilayah sekitarnya, baik dari sisi ekonomi, pemerintahan, pendidikan, dan kesehatan. Akan tetapi, beberapa daerah seperti itu justru mampu bertahan dan tidak terpengaruh dengan bahasa-bahasa di sekitarnya.Kajian ini berusaha mendeskripsikan vitalitas bahasa, diglosia, dan ketirisan bahasa (language leakage).Lokasi penelitian diambil di empat dusun (Dander, Goa, Matokan, dan Gesing) Desa Manduro, Kecamatan Kabuh, Kabupaten Jombang, Jawa Timur. Desa Manduro dipilih karena  penduduknya berbahasa Madura, tetapi dikelilingi oleh penduduk berbahasa Jawa serta terpisah dengan bahasa induknya (bahasa Madura). Sumber data diambil dari seratus responden dalam empat kelompok (anak, remaja, dewasa, dan manula). Pengumpulan data menggunakan teknik triangulasi sumber: pengamatan (simak-catat), angket (diadopsi dari questioner Bahasa Sehar-hari Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atmajaya, dan wawancara mendalam. Hasil kajian memperlihatkan indeks vitalitas bahasa adalah 0,69, kategori IV, dengan situasi bahasa stabil-mantap, tetapi berpotensi terancam. Diglosia terdapat pada ranah keluarga, kerabat, pertetanggaan, dan pertemanan. Ketirisan diglosia terjadi pada ranah pertemanan.  
PEMBERDAYAAN POTENSI TENUN MENUJU MASYARAKAT KERJA, MANDIRI, DAN SEJAHTERA DI DESA SIDOMULYO, KECAMATAN SELOREJO, KABUPATEN BLITAR Setiawati, Eti; Dewi, Putri Kumala; Ardhian, Dany; Fatmawati, Fatmawati; Widodo, Wahyu
Jurnal ABDI: Media Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Vol 4, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26740/ja.v4n1.p32-40

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In Sidomulyo Village there is a weaving craft industry that has the potential to be international. This weaving industry is AJZ's weaving industry, owned by Mrs. Asih Tri Tanti, a full-time female worker. According to the results of an interview with Ms. Asih Tri Tanti on April 13, 2017, it is known that her weaving skills are currently acquired while working as a migrant worker in Brunei Darussalam. Then in 2013, this craftsman returned to Sidomulyo Village to develop the potential of weaving craft in his village. However, there were many obstacles. Finally, from 2013 to 2017, Bu Asih worked with businessmen from the Sultanate of Brunei Darussalam and had been contracted for 10 years by this country. Each sheet, this woven fabric is sold at Rp. 5,000,000. The potential of Asih bu is very likely to be developed. The development of these handicrafts can open employment opportunities from local residents and certainly improve the welfare of the community, especially vulnerable women and women with disability. This service aims to (1) increase the availability of human resources from diffable groups and vulnerable women, (2) shape the mindset of the people who have the character of independence, (3) establish coordination between the government and the community regarding the development of weaving potential, and (4) provide a place for people with disabilities who are members of PPDI to develop their skills. The method of implementation is carried out through seminars and weaving training for vulnerable women and women with disabilities. The results show that UB's community service activities in this weaving training are able to (1) improve Human Resources (HR) (disabled and vulnerable women) in Sidomulyo Village, Blitar Regency, (2) improve the mindset of the people who have the character of independence, and (3) able to change the mindset of the local community to not be ashamed to work in weaving in their own neighbors.
PEMBERDAYAAN POTENSI TENUN MENUJU MASYARAKAT KERJA, MANDIRI, DAN SEJAHTERA DI DESA SIDOMULYO, KECAMATAN SELOREJO, KABUPATEN BLITAR Setiawati, Eti; Dewi, Putri Kumala; Ardhian, Dany; Fatmawati, Fatmawati; Widodo, Wahyu
Jurnal ABDI: Media Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Vol. 4 No. 1 (2018)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26740/ja.v4n1.p32-40

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In Sidomulyo Village there is a weaving craft industry that has the potential to be international. This weaving industry is AJZ's weaving industry, owned by Mrs. Asih Tri Tanti, a full-time female worker. According to the results of an interview with Ms. Asih Tri Tanti on April 13, 2017, it is known that her weaving skills are currently acquired while working as a migrant worker in Brunei Darussalam. Then in 2013, this craftsman returned to Sidomulyo Village to develop the potential of weaving craft in his village. However, there were many obstacles. Finally, from 2013 to 2017, Bu Asih worked with businessmen from the Sultanate of Brunei Darussalam and had been contracted for 10 years by this country. Each sheet, this woven fabric is sold at Rp. 5,000,000. The potential of Asih bu is very likely to be developed. The development of these handicrafts can open employment opportunities from local residents and certainly improve the welfare of the community, especially vulnerable women and women with disability. This service aims to (1) increase the availability of human resources from diffable groups and vulnerable women, (2) shape the mindset of the people who have the character of independence, (3) establish coordination between the government and the community regarding the development of weaving potential, and (4) provide a place for people with disabilities who are members of PPDI to develop their skills. The method of implementation is carried out through seminars and weaving training for vulnerable women and women with disabilities. The results show that UB's community service activities in this weaving training are able to (1) improve Human Resources (HR) (disabled and vulnerable women) in Sidomulyo Village, Blitar Regency, (2) improve the mindset of the people who have the character of independence, and (3) able to change the mindset of the local community to not be ashamed to work in weaving in their own neighbors.