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The Functions of Films for Children as Learning Media in Children's Education Dyani Prades Pratiwi; Roma Kyo Kae Saniro; Andina Meutia Hawa
MUKADIMAH: Jurnal Pendidikan, Sejarah, dan Ilmu-ilmu Sosial Vol 7, No 1 (2023)
Publisher : Prodi Pendidikan Sejarah Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Islam Sumatera

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30743/mkd.v7i1.6528

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Children's interest in learning should be continuously enhanced. Selecting suitable learning media is very important to support the increased interest in learning. A film can be one of the learning media that offers advantages for achieving a quality children's education process. This study aims to discuss the functions of films for children in children's education. The method used is descriptive qualitative with literary studies techniques. The study results show that there are three functions of films for children as learning media, namely film as a media for language learning, film as a media for character building, and film as a media for introducing multiculturalism. Film can stimulate children's imagination so that children can think actively and creatively. However, the functions of films are inseparable from the role of parents and teachers in selecting films and methods or techniques for presenting films so that children remain active learners.
KONSTRUKSI IDENTITAS SEKELOMPOK MAHASISWA SASTRA INDONESIA UNIVERSITAS ANDALAS MELALUI KEGIATAN MINUM KOPI: TINJAUAN CULTURAL STUDIES Andina Meutia Hawa; Dyani Prades Pratiwi; Roma Kyo Kae Saniro
Jurnal Bahastra Vol 7, No 2 (2023)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Sumatera Utara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30743/bahastra.v7i2.6911

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This paper discusses how the identity of a group of students from the Indonesian Literature Study Program at Andalas University, Padang, is constructed through drinking coffee in a coffee shop. Drinking coffee is one activity that is being loved by young people, especially amidst the massive emergence of coffee shops in various parts of the city of Padang. The number of coffee shops in the city of Padang influences the people's culture of drinking coffee. According to Baudrillard's theory of hyperreality, drinking coffee does not only contain use and exchange values, but also contains sign and symbolic values. The activity of drinking coffee is not just quenching thirst and delaying sleepiness, but is also done for the purpose of having fun and strengthening identity. In addition, there is an act of looking at each other and being seen between male students and female students in their behavior drinking coffee in coffee shops. Through filling out a questionnaire conducted by a group of students, it was shown that visiting coffee shops did not necessarily give rise to coffee connoisseurs, but rather as a form of lifestyle for early subjects and popular cultural practices, visiting coffee shops was shown as a fun activity, as well as strengthening one's identity in the world. virtual and real world.
Teaching Islamic values through traditional stories Satya Gayatri; Okta Firmansyah; Dyani Prades Pratiwi
Diksi Vol 31, No 1: DIKSI (MARCH 2023)
Publisher : Faculty of Languages and Arts, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/diksi.v31i1.59288

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This research is motivated by the lack of appreciation to explore the values of the Minangkabau story, even though the report also conveys a religious message. By using the close reading technique, this paper interprets the various moral messages contained in 11 Minangkabau stories, namely Anak Mudo, Limau Anyuik, The Honest Child, Batu Manangih, Boncah Tangkuluak, Carito Bukik Balacan, Kuciang jo Harimau, Rumah Raksasa, Urang Kayo Sampilik, Kawan nan Setia,, and Tupai jo Limbek. From the analysis of this story, moral messages were found, such as honesty, respect for mothers, humility, and mutual help. This morality is seen to be by Islamic character, based on the two measuring tools Gus Dur regarding the principle/consistency and sincerity of the message content, and also based on the reality of the Minangkabau people's customs intertwined with Islam. This story articulates the Minangkabau community's ability to cultivate themselves by adhering to traditions and Islam.Keywords: Morality, Value, Message, Minangkabau Story, Islam
THE REPRESENTATION OF NATIVE AMERICAN IN THE LONE RANGER FILM: A GENETIC STRUCTURALISM ANALYSIS Dyani Prades Pratiwi
Lire Journal (Journal of Linguistics and Literature) Vol 7 No 2 (2023): Lire Journal (Journal of Linguistics and Literature)
Publisher : Elite Laboratory English Department Universitas Bangka Belitung, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33019/lire.v7i2.205

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Racism is part of America's dark history. Racism seems to have never been resolved. This article examined how racism is narrated in The Lone Ranger Film. As genetic structuralism studies, The Lone Ranger film is exploited both intrinsically and extrinsically. At first glance, this film features American-Indian characters but with a white character. This is contradictory considering that American Indians are Native American tribes who have colored skin. Therefore, this film is used as an object of study to look at social construction, especially about Native Americans, which actually wants to be conveyed to the wider community, and the empirical reasons for this construction are shown. The research results showed that intrinsically, the character Tonto, played by Johnny Depp (a white), correlated to the economic purpose. As a mass culture, this film was produced to gain profits. choosing John Depp is a form of strategy to achieve the film's success because Johnny Depp is one of the top actors who has many fans. Portraying characters using well-known actors is one of the strategies for achieving the success of a film. Furthermore, this film showed how Native Americans are reconstructed by a new image. White and smart Americans are positive stereotypes. It is contradictive due to This is very contradictory considering that Native Americans are a group that has a negative stereotype. Native Americans are also a minority that experiences a lot of discrimination, especially from white or European-American groups. In conclusion, the stereotype of native Americans in the film Lone Ranger is constructed in different stereotypes showing how the whites (European-Americans) have always occupied a high position in the social strata. This film shows that Native Indians can have the same position in the social strata if their skin is colorless. This makes racism actually perpetuated through this film.
Utilization of Folklore in Optimizing Ngarai Sianok Tourist Destination in Bukittinggi West Sumatra Indonesia Dyani Prades Pratiwi; Okta Firmansyah; Andina Meutia Hawa; Satya Gayatri; Ahmad Muhajir
Aphorisme: Journal of Arabic Language, Literature, and Education Vol 4 No 2 (2023): Geographical Coverage: Indonesia
Publisher : Study Program of Arabic Language Teaching

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37680/aphorisme.v4i2.3774

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This study aims to provide recommendations for folklore branding strategies for the Ngarai Sianok tourist destination in Bukittinggi as an effort to restore tourism in Bukttinggi. The research method used is descriptive qualitative by conducting a literature review of folklore and data relating to the Ngarai Sianok tourist destination as the primary data. Supporting data is in the form of data obtained from scientific articles and popular articles, as well as interviews with relevant subjects, such as the Tourism Office, Tour and Travel Agents, and tour guides. Data analysis uses the storynomics theory by Robert Mcee and Thomas Gerace by focusing on stories as a strategy to improve the economy, in this case through tourist destinations. The results of this study are that folklore has a positive influence to be developed as a branding strategy for Ngarai Sianok tourist destinations. Folklore can become narratives of tour guides and narratives of tourism promotion at this destination. In addition, folklore can be an inspiration for making souvenirs that can improve the community's creative economy around tourist destinations. Utilizing folklore can enhance the reputation of the Ngarai Sianok and become a medium for character education in a fun way. The dissemination of the Legend of Ngarai Sianok can also be an effort to preserve the folklore of Bukittinggi and support the realization of Indonesian tourism based on local wisdom.