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Journal Sampurasun : Interdisciplinary Studies for Cultural Heritage
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The scope encompasses the thematic as follows: Social and Humanity: Social Work, Sociology, Law, Education, Public Administration, Business Administration, Management, Culture and Art, Anthropology, History, Women Studies, Hospitality and Tourism. Socio Technical: Environment, Informatics Engineering, Urban and City Planning, Industrial Technology, Food Technology, and Architectural.
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The Protection of Indonesian Indigenous Heritage in the International Conventions and Their Implication toward Indonesian Law Irma Rachmawati Maruf
SAMPURASUN Vol 1 No 1 (2015): Sampurasun Vol. 1 No. 1 - 2015
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 As an archipelago,  Indonesia consists of 17.507 islands. The regions of Indonesia have some of their indigenous ethnic groups.  However, in the light of the geographical aspect, Indonesia has 128 ethnics groups which have different cultures. Meanwhile, since the end of 1990s, the topic of genetic resources, traditional knowledge and Indigenous heritage ambit of Intellectual property discussions.  Batik and Angklung  are Indonesian Indigenous heritage which have been acknowledged by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage. One of the purposes of the acknowledgment is  to avoid  any claim from another country which has the same culture. Besides batik and angklung, there are so many indigenous heritages that  have not been acknowledged as Intangible Cultural Heritage. Due to this condition, the research is made to know what the protection should be given by law to Indigenous heritage in international law perspective. There is also how the implementation of International convention to Indonesian law can protect and maintain the cultural heritage.The method used in this study is a juridical normative with the specifications of analytical description. The research was conducted by collecting primary, secondary and tertiary legal materials through library and field research, and then analyzed with qualitative method.Based on the results of this study, it is revealed that: Firstly, the legal basis of the application of the Implementation of Protection of Indonesian Indigenous heritage have been already very relevant but still insufficient in implementation. Hence, it is not impossible that   Indonesian  government can take  economic advantages of Indigenous Heritage.  Secondly, there are various forms  of Legal protection of Indigenous Heritage, these are Law of Intellectual Property Right and Legal Protection besides Intellectual Property.Keyword : Indigenous Heritage, Intangible Cultural Heritage, Intelectual Property Right Law.
Analysis of Local Wisdom as Environmental Conservation Strategy in Indonesia Astri Hasbiah
SAMPURASUN Vol 1 No 1 (2015): Sampurasun Vol. 1 No. 1 - 2015
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Environmental problems as a result of unsustainable development require holistic solution to be solved. One of the solutions is the reimplementation of local wisdom. In the past, people lived in harmony with the environment and almost all ethnic groups in Indonesia have the wisdom to preserve and manage the environment inherited by their ancestors. Local wisdom is invaluable tradition that has influenced people’s attitude and behaviour towards nature. However, this wisdom is abandoned by modern developments. This study aims to analyse the reimplementation of local wisdom as an environmental conservation strategy. Difficulties in learning and using local wisdom practiced in the past are encountered in the reimplementation process. This is due to unavailability of local wisdom official records. Another difficulty is society’s unwillingness to re-implement local wisdom. Local wisdom is considered as outdated by many people. Reimplementation of local wisdom can be conducted through systematic approach in education system, integrated socio cultural approach and consistent government development policies. The re-implementation of local wisdom should be adapted to current times. It should not simply adopt local wisdom in the past as it was because it will not suitable with the present time. Renewal of existing local wisdom can be used by the government to create sustainable development. Environmental conservation should be conducted by considering local situation and condition as Indonesia has a very diverse population and environmental conditions. Keywords: environmental conservation; local wisdom.
Institutionalizing Cultural Funding at the Level of the Local Government in the Philippines Gina S. Salazar
SAMPURASUN Vol 1 No 1 (2015): Sampurasun Vol. 1 No. 1 - 2015
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 The major purpose of the study is to outline how the institutionalization of funding for Culture and the Arts could be operationalized at the Local Government Units (LGUs) in the Philippines to facilitate the sustainability of cultural programs in Philippine localities. More specifically, this study aims to discuss the status of cultural funding in the Philippines and the challenges that beset the LGUs in operationalizing cultural funding at their level. Using the qualitative approach, the study proceeds with the analysis of the status of cultural funding in the Philippines; data are derived by the researcher as a participant-observer during a national training on Culture-based governance participated in by executives and tourism officers from Philippine LGUs. Gender- Responsive Budgeting is presented as a case of an institutionalized mechanism for financing gender concerns in the country, an illustration of the possibility of implementing institutionalized funding for Culture and the Arts at the level of the LGUs. The operationalization of the institutionalization of cultural funding is then outlined; challenges associated with the process of institutionalizing Culture and the Arts funds are analyzed using Thomas Schmitt’s general framework for the analysis of fields of governance; and recommendations are made as to how  these challenges are to be confronted by the LGUs. The institutionalization of cultural funding can only be ultimately realized for the LGUs via a Republic Act. A requisite external to institutionalization is the process of reforming mindsets in understanding Culture and its role in human development; and in shifting existing beliefs to the idea that effective Cultural Governance is equivalent to institutionalizing cultural funding at the Philippine LGUs. Keywords: Cultural Funding, Institutionalization, Funds for Culture, Philippine Local Government, Local Government Funding
Media And Cultural Heritage Inge Hutagalung
SAMPURASUN Vol 1 No 1 (2015): Sampurasun Vol. 1 No. 1 - 2015
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In general, media coverage can have a strong influence on the reputation of a cultural heritage. Media coverage often has an effect on a cultural heritage’s reputation when ‘good’ or ‘bad’ news is reported.This amplifying effect has often been studied through the lens of agenda setting theory. The hypothesis behind the theory is that the frequency with the media report on an issue determines that issues’ salience in the minds of the general public. In other words, the media may not be successful often time in telling people what to think, but it is stunningly successful in telling its readers what to think about. The news media ‘set’ the public agenda.Since people cannot possibly attend no to every little detail about the cultural heritage around them, setting in communication is important because it helps shape the perspectives through which people see all cultural heritage in the world.In generating good news coverage about a cultural heritage, communicating with the media is one of important activities that should be maintained between communication professionals (in cultural heritage) with journalists. Keywords: media coverage, agenda setting, framing news
Influence of Parent’s Behavior to the Children Awareness on the Environmental Preservation Indriyani Rachman; Matsumoto Toru; Yonik Meilawati Yustiani
SAMPURASUN Vol 1 No 1 (2015): Sampurasun Vol. 1 No. 1 - 2015
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The environmental conditions in Indonesia, especially those in the urban areas, have experienced very severe quality degradation. From the aspect of culture, the Indonesia people have inherited customs and traditions on preservation of their nature and environment. Tradition and cultures including values are usually transferred from parents to their children. In this research, a survey was conducted to investigate the influence of parents’ behavior on the children knowledge on the environmental preservation awareness. Respondents were selected from several elementary school students located near Cikapundung River, Bandung-Indonesia. Questionnaires were distributed to explore on how the students preserve the river located near their school.  The research showed that the behavior ofthe parents had a weak positive correlation to the knowledge of the child in maintaining the environment, with the determination coefficient of 0.3. Local traditions or wisdom which tend to appreciate nature and environment have also been faded.  As much as 46 percent of respondent believe that wastewater can be discharged directly to the river. This research result also conclude that not only the children’s environmental awareness that need to be increased, but their parents’ through official environmental education at school and upholding the local wisdoms in the community. With the involvement of other key stakeholders, the environmental education and the preservation of the local wisdom then can be maintained in the future. Keywords: parents’ behavior, children awareness of environmental preservation
Value Creation on CRM: Evidence of Employee Competence in Bird’s Group Serviced Apartments in Indonesia Irma M Nawangwulan; Josephine P. Sawirin; Samuel PD Anantadjaya
SAMPURASUN Vol 1 No 1 (2015): Sampurasun Vol. 1 No. 1 - 2015
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With the fast-pace growth on apartment buildings in major cities in Indonesia, it is interesting to investigate the underlying reasons behind such high growth rates. Relying on the perspective of employee competence and prevailing activities on customer relationship management (CRM), this study intends to investigate the degree on influential factors toward organizational value creation for Bird Group, as the owner/manager of a few service apartments in the city of Bandung, in the province of Jawa Barat, Indonesia. It has become a public knowledge that any potential improvements on employee competence should generally impact the employee performance in carrying their tasks and responsibilities. Improvements on employee performance are expected to bring about enhancements on the combinations of CRM activities. The betterment in CRM activities may likely inspire public to step-up their buying intentions (BI) toward products/services. This may be true as the general level of customer satisfaction has increased. Undoubtedly, the higher BI is expected to push-up the organizational value creation. Having said that, it is uncertain whether or not such relationships do occur among those chosen variables in this study. This study relies on a quantitative approach to objectively evaluate empirical evidence. Since there are countless theoretical discussions on competence and the needs for employee training/development, this study seeks to investigate the actual significant influence of employee competence toward CRM activities, BI, customer satisfaction and organizational value creation. It is expected that the relationships among variables are positive and significant. In addition to the quantitative approach, a qualitative method is also utilized to extract managerial insights on the relationships among variables/indicators. Keywords: employee competence, CRM, customer satisfaction, buying intention, organizational value creation
CULTURAL MAPPING AS A TOOL IN HERITAGE CONSERVATION IN A WORLD HERITAGE SITE: THE VIGAN CITY EXPERIENCE Marie Rose Q. Rabang
SAMPURASUN Vol 1 No 1 (2015): Sampurasun Vol. 1 No. 1 - 2015
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This paper presents how Vigan utilized cultural mapping as a tool in heritage conservation.  It discusses the importance of cultural mapping and the process of documentation , the results of the hands-on cultural mapping activities in terms of documented resources, and the ensuing projects along heritage conservation that were adopted by the City Government of Vigan.The cultural mapping project covered four components of the heritage: natural heritage, built heritage, movable heritage and intangible heritage.  The cultural mapping yielded ten volumes of documentation which were submitted to the local government of Vigan and were later exhibited at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila and at  the Vigan Cultural Trade Center.Cultural heritage conservation projects ensued from the cultural mapping such as the Buridek: Vigan Children’s Museum, Vigan Heritage River Cruise and the UNESCO World Heritage  City of Vigan Philippines Heritage Homeowner’s Preservation Manual.Keywords: 1. Cultural Mapping, 2. Cultural Heritage, 3. Heritage Conservation, 4.World Heritage Site, 5. Vigan City
BUSINESS COOPERATION BETWEEN INDONESIA AND VIETNAM Nguyen Ngoc
SAMPURASUN Vol 2 No 1 (2016): Sampurasun Vol. 2 No. 1 - 2016
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Currently, Indonesia has the fourth largest population in the world, with the tenth largest economy by purchasing power, and Indonesia is part of the G-20. Indonesia has an economic long-term developmentto be implemented between 2005 and 2025. The plan is divided into five-year period, each of them with a different sector development priorities. Regarding business climate, although generally positive, Indonesia still continues to experience challenges of uncertainty and lack of infrastructures. However, the Investment Coordinating Board has established one service called Pelayanan Terpadu Satu Pintu (PTSP) that provides business licenses, and there are further regulation for more openness regarding businesses implementations. Vietnam on the other hand has a development success story.The political and economic reform named (Doi Moi) was launched in 1986 and has transformed the country from one of the world's poorest countries, with a per capita income of about $ 100, to a medium income country in a century, with revenues of more than $ 2,000 per capita by the end of 2014. the government has recently paid increasing attention to improve the business environment, with two resolutions that was published in March 2014 and March 2015, established concrete measures to remove obstacles to business creation in Vietnam, with the goal of achieving a business environment comparable to the average of the ASEAN-6 countries group. Both of these countries: Indonesia and Vietnam have been running back ever ties relations, they have now become a means of fostering mutual understanding and strengthened cooperation between them, which is carried on in various sectors of thei reconomy. This paper will discuss about the business relationship between the Republic of Indonesia at the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
Verb Go Combinations in Perspective English Linguistics and Culture DEDEN NOVAN SETIAWAN NUGRAHA
SAMPURASUN Vol 2 No 1 (2016): Sampurasun Vol. 2 No. 1 - 2016
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Language and culture are both integral parts of human life. Humans use language to express their feelings, and to communicate to each other. To support the processs of communication language must be able to represent ideas of speakers and be understood by the hearers. Linguistics is the study of languge. The part of linguistics that is concerned with the structure of language is divided into a number of subfields: syntax and semantics. Syntax is the system of rules and categories that underlies sentence formation in human language, meanwhile semantics is the study of meaning in human languge. Because language is such a central feature of being a human, linguistics has connections with many other disciplines in the humanities like culture. Based on Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis (Sapir, 1929); (a). Language influences thought and culture; (b). Language and culture influence each other. This study aims to investigate syntactic categories combined to the verb go and to analyze the meaning of the verb go after being combined with the complements. The data itself is taken from the British National Corpus (BNC). The results of the article indicate that there is a very close relationship between language and culture. That is, culture has a direct effect on language. Language and culture are closely correlated. Based on the analysis, the verb go can be combined with nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, verbs-ing and past participles. In the case of semantic analysis there are two categories of meaning of the verb go combinations: dynamic verb indicates moving away from something or causing something to move or to happen; and stative verb which shows the meaning of steady state with no internal changes or phases. Most of the verb go combinations have generates new meaning, that is idiomatic meaning.
SUPERFLEX® LEARNING MODEL TO IMPROVE SOCIAL SKILLS Huriah Rachmah
SAMPURASUN Vol 2 No 1 (2016): Sampurasun Vol. 2 No. 1 - 2016
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Social skills are the skills we use to Communicate and Interact with Each Other, both verbally and non-verbally, through gestures, body language and our personal appearance. Human beings are sociable creatures and we have developed many ways to Communicate our messages, thoughts and feelings with others. Social skills as the cognitive functions and specific verbal and nonverbal behaviors that an individual Engages in when interacting with others, Including both verbal and nonverbal skills. Behavior contained in the learners are not fully passed on just like that. When students think harder to solve problems, ask better questions, explain the answer in a more logical or hear with more attention, means that learners are in the process of learning. Problem inability of learners in social skills can be trained with Superflex® learning model where students are invited to become a social detective invited to do your own search problems regarding their behavior so as to become a social thinker and solve social problems.