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Diakronika accepts and contains articles that focus on the results of scientific studies and the results of research on history and education (learning) history. The results of the study contribute to the understanding, development of scientific theories and concepts, and their application in education and history in Indonesia and the world. Diakronika scales include studies of Indonesian history and world history, and educational studies in the form of subject matter, strategies, media, learning models, as well as historical learning evaluations.
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ANALISIS KEBUTUHAN PENGEMBANGAN MEDIA PEMBELAJARAN VIDEO CANDI MUARA JAMBI BERBASIS SEJARAH LOKAL PADA MATA KULIAH SEJARAH INDONESIA Agustiningsih, Nur; Pamungkas, Satriyo
Diakronika Vol 18 No 1 (2018): DIAKRONIKA
Publisher : FIS Universitas Negeri Padang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24036/diakronika/vol18-iss1/62

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The development of technology and communication has a big influence on all fields of life including in the field of education. Creativity and innovation is needed in developing learning media including in learning history. The purpose of this research is to obtain: 1) description of the use of learning media in the learning process in the field, 2) obstacles faced by lecturer in Indonesian history up to the 15th century learning 3) media formulations needed in learning Indonesian History. This research is a qualitative descriptive research. Data collection techniques used are interviews, observation and analysis of documents. The informan were selected through purposive sampling. Data validation used triangulation. Data analysis techniques used interactive analysis models including data collection, data reduction, data presentation and conclusion drawing. The result of the research shows that 1) Lecturer has used learning media as a learning resource in the learning process, but are still less varied. The media used is still limited to the use of powerpoint which displays images and text only. 2) The constraints faced by the lecturer in delivering the material about the muara jambi temple are limited references and learning resources. 3) Media that needs to be developed in learning is video
INVASI YUNANI KE PERSIA SEBAGAI BUKTI KEBANGKITAN KEBUDAYAAN HELLENIS Septianingrum, Anisa
Diakronika Vol 18 No 1 (2018): DIAKRONIKA
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Persia and Greece have engaged in a complicated relationship with war in the expansion of the territory. Persia was superior first because it was able to form strong empires and conquer cities around Asia and several cities in Europe. Greece managed to get rid of Persia, but it did not last long. Greece in ancient times consisted of many policies that competed with each other. The most famous policies of that period were Athens and Sparta. Both have advantages compared to other policies scattered in Greece. However, Athens and Sparta are two policies that compete with their respective strengths, causing disputes. Persia at that time had established good relations with Athens and Sparta. Persia found great opportunities to control Greece in the event of a war between Athens and Sparta. Persian interference in Greece was unavoidable which led to the Peloponnesian War which resulted in the conquest of Persia over Greece. Greece's downfall under the conquest of Persia did not last long. A unifying figure emerged in Greece that was able to embrace all policies and become the greatest king in history who had a vast conquest, both in the West and East. Alexander The Great was a king from the Kingdom of Macedonia in Greece who was able to unite all policies. Alexander invaded Persia to spread Hellenic culture.
PANGERAN ASIR SANG PENGUASA KAWEDANAN RUPIT RAWAS (TINJAUAN HISTORIS KEPEMIMPINAN POLITIK PANGERAAN ASIR TAHUN 1922-1942) Irwansyah, Yadri
Diakronika Vol 18 No 1 (2018): DIAKRONIKA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24036/diakronika/vol18-iss1/59

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The study of this study discusses the historical aspects of the political leadership of Prince Asir, ruler of KawedananRupitRawas (1922-1942). RupedRawasKawedanan was a Dutch territory after the fall of the Palembang Sultanate. KawedananRupitRawas was led by Prince Asir as local leader of RupitRawas over the mandate given by the Dutch colonial government. This study uses the History method to explore the Local History of the Palembang Sultanate in the past. The stages of research begin with heuristics, source criticism, interpretation, and historiography. The research findings show that RupitRawasKawedanan at that time had a fertile area that produced natural resources, such as rubber, fruits and others. This area is drained by Rawasriver which then encourages the emergence of trade activities. Prince Asir is a charismatic leader who leads RupitRawas. He is a Dutch colonial leader who is considered capable, intelligent and accomplished and is considered capable of maintaining a commitment to the Netherlands. He was known as a wise leader and left many historical traces at RupitRawasKawedanan. During the struggle for Indonesian independence, Prince Asir was very instrumental in facilitating the Indonesian nation's struggle in Sumatra against the Dutch.
EKSISTENSI BIMA DALAM PELAYARAN DAN PERDAGANGAN ANTAR PULAU Sumiyati, Sumiyati
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Bima is a region in eastern Sumbawa Island. It has been a port town docked by many merchant ship from many region for centuries. It cannot be denied that trading activity in Bima Port is dominated by merchants from Bugis-Makassar and Malay who played up their trade widely into another island such as Flores and other eastern region, because Islamization and its closely relationship between South Sulawesi and Malay merchants. Since 16th century, Bima considered as one of the most important trade town, with the result that VOC endeavour to make a monopoly trade with ruler of Bima. The number of sailors and merchants from any direction makes Bima more crowdly. The great commodity of Bima is Kayu Sapan.
“POMPAI:” STUDI TENTANG SURAT KABAR ANAK MASA KOLONIAL SUMATERA BARAT Naldi, Hendra
Diakronika Vol 18 No 1 (2018): DIAKRONIKA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24036/diakronika/vol18-iss1/61

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POMPAI is a child newspaper born in colonial times. This newspaper comes along with the emergence of movements in Indonesia. Before becoming a child newspaper, POMPAI was a newspaper that also often voiced national movements. Suspicion and pressure from the colonial government, made POMPAI transformed into a child newspaper with the aim of educating indigenous children, especially in West Sumatra. There are several children's newspapers that appear together with the POMPAI newspaper. Among them; Chain Mas and Pelipoer Heart. Both of these newspapers have similarities and differences but have the same goal of wanting to entertain indigenous children and teach knowledge through newspapers. Not many of these children's newspapers are present in West Sumatra. In addition to the pressure from the colonial government, the economic condition of indigenous newspaper businessmen is often a constraint. Age of this newspaper can be said not long or last long. POMPAI itself only lasted about two years. However, his role in the development of the knowledge of indigenous children is taken into account. This can be seen from the rubric and writing as well as the influence of the newspaper POMPAI. Not many  natives children can attend school, this newspaper beceme one means of education for them to be illiterate and learn a little to increase knowledge.

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