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Research based history learning model as the effort to strengthen character education and knowledge in SMAN 2 Bantul Wibowo, Bayu Ananto
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 14, No 1 (2018): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v14i1.21651

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The purpose of research was to find out: (1) The implementation of research-based learning model in SMAN 2 Bantul as a learning innovation of Curriculum 2013, (2) The implementation of research-based learning model in History learning in SMAN 2 Bantul. This research was a qualitative descriptive research using the qualitative approach of case study in SMAN 2 Bantul. Research subjects were the principal, the curriculum coordinator, the History teachers, and the students. The data obtained in the research were in the form of direct information from the subject, the observation and facts documents in the field in accordance with the research focus. The process of testing the data validity done in this research included the triangulation and reference materials. The data analysis techniques used in this research was Miles and Huberman’s model that were data reduction, data display, and conclusion drawing / verification. The results of the study are as follows: (1) Research-based learning model can be a role model for other senior high schools that implement Curriculum 2013. In its application in the school, this learning model was being regularized extracurricular for grade X students, as the introduction to research until the real practice in the field, hoping that when they become grade XI and XII students, this research-based learning can be applicable to each subject. Besides, this learning model can strengthen the character education and also deepen the knowledge of the students. (2) In History learning, this research-based learning model can improve students' thinking ability that can be seen from their ability in discussing and expressing opinion that was much better than before. The research-based learning model applied to the History learning created a new learning model that was named the Research-Based History Learning Model. 
"Be a Scientist" Learning media using adobe flash CS3 program containing the materials of the influence of islamic religion and culture in Indonesia for Grade X of vocational school Sudrajat, Ajat; Prasojo, Lantip Diat; Zulkarnain, Zulkarnain
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 14, No 1 (2018): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v14i1.21656

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This research aims at investigating the needs for image media of "be a scientist" developed using Adobe Flash CS3 program containing the materials of the influence of religion and Islamic culture in Indonesia for learning History of grade X Vocational School and examining the feasibility of "be a Scientist" media developed using Adobe Flash CS3 program containing the materials of the influence of religion and Islamic culture in Indonesia which was developed to be used in the process of learning the history for grade X of Vocational school. This research employed Research and Development (R D) method. The product developed is in the form of "be a scientist" image media using Adobe Flash CS3 program that is appropriate for a learning resource in History subjects. The stages of research include: (1) the preliminary stage, (2) the planning stage of the model as the development of the initial product form, (3) the testing, evaluation and revision stages, and (4) the implementation stage or effectiveness test. Data were colected using FGD (Focus Group Discussion), questionnaires, interviews, observations, and documentation techniques. The validity of the instrument is achieved through expert judgement, while the validity of qualitative data is carried out using source triangulation techniques, theories and methods. Quantitative data analysis was performed using descriptive analysis techniques and qualitative data was carried out using an interactive models. The results show that: Adobe Flash CS 3 media images were needed in vocational schools for the development of history learning. The results of the assessment performed by the experts on material and media indicate that  "be a scientist" image media using Adobe Flash CS3 program for history learning in Vocational High Schools has a good level of feasibility. This shows that the  "be a Scientist" media using the Adobe Flash CS3 program contaiing the material of religious influence and Islamic culture in Indonesia is suitable for history learning in Vocational High Schools grade X.
Comparison of learning civic(s) education in Indonesia with Japan Andriyana, Andriyana; Masyitoh, Iim Siti
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 14, No 1 (2018): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v14i1.21650

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Japan is a country with a quality education system and quality in the process of education and learning. Education in Japan implement standards and learning good management and structured coherently, including in the areas of learning Civic(s) Education. This study aims to provide comparative study Civic(s) Education in Indonesia with Japan. The method used in this research is a comparative study with a qualitative approach. The study was conducted in Bandung Japanese School. Informants consisted Japanese teacher of Civic(s) Education in Indonesia, Indonesian teacher of Civic(s) Education and Japanese lecturers in Indonesia. The collected data of this research obtained through interview, observation, literature and documentation then analyzed by analytical techniques such as data reduction, data presentation, and verification and validation using triangulation techniques and data collection techniques. The results showed that there are differences and similarities that exist in learning Civic(s) Education in Indonesia and Japan. Differences exist which of the methods used in the learning process, which in Indonesia using the method of lecture and discussion, while in Japan using a method that emphasizes living experience of learners in exploring the material obtained. And there are similarities in the structure of scientific disciplines Civic(s) Education in Indonesia and Japan are detached (separated) from the disciplines of social (Social Studies) and also in the purpose and role of the Civic(s) Education In shaping citizens' competence in the flow of globalization as well as moral education and character development of citizens.
Influence of blue village to interest in entrepreneurship Yunita, Reni Dwi; Windarani, Novia Ayu
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v14i1.21655

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Many places that are currently used as tourist attractions, especially on the renewal of the town. One of them is Blue Village located in Embong Brantas RW 04 and RW 05 District Kidul Dalem. From the potential of tourism is expected to increase the creativity and employment of new citizens of embong brantas able to develop to advance the welfare of life and creativity in the field of entrepreneurship. This research uses quantitative method. Data analysis using t-test and crosstabs. The results show that blue village affects entrepreneurship interest with a significance level of 0.5. Interest in entrepreneurship is supported by factors of ability, willingness, motivation, support, innovation and creativity. Respondents with a productive age will be very potential in developing entrepreneurial interests. 
Effectiveness of social problem solving model in improving social skills of transvestites in the special regions Yogyakarta Aman, Aman; Sudrajat, Ajat; Yuliana, Lia
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v14i1.21159

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This study aims to find out: the effectiveness of character education models in improving social skills for transvestites in Yogyakarta Special Region. This research uses Research and Development method which consists of four stages, namely: (1) preliminary stage, (2) the planning stage of character education models for transgender as the development of the initial product form, (3) the testing, evaluation and revision stages through practical learning improvement of social skills, and (4) implementation phase. The number of transsexuals who were sampled in the one-on-one trial in 2015 was 5 transvestites selected by purposive sampling. In the second year the trial was expanded to 1 management of Kebaya Shelter house and involved 22 transvestites. Whereas field operational trials were conducted on 32 transvestites in Kebaya and Iwayo. Data collection techniques use FGD techniques, questionnaires, interviews, observation, and documentation techniques. Data validity uses expert validation, while the validity of qualitative data with source triangulation techniques, theory and methods. Quantitative data analysis with descriptive analysis techniques and qualitative data with interactive models. The results showed that: Field operational trials of 32 transvestites, it can be seen that there was an increase in transvestites' social skills after training the character education model of SPS models for waria. The pretest results showed a good average classification with a mean of 3.20. While the posttest results indicate an increase to a good classification with a mean of 3.58. Based on these data shows that all aspects that are considered good regarding social skills show a good and good classification.  Keywords: Problem Solving, social skills, of transvestites
History learning at secondary school about Demak Kingdom Rokhman, M Nur; Yuliana, Lia
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v14i1.21654

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The main problems dealing with history learning has always been correlated with boring and unattractive learning in the classroom. This study aims to find out: the material of the Demak kingdom in learning of history in high school. The research method used in this research is a historical method consisting of five steps, namely topic selection, heuristic, criticism, interpretation, and historiography. The results show that the Demak Sultanate was the first Islamic sultanate in Java, which was founded by Raden Patah in 1478 after Demak was established independently separated from the destroyed Majapahit. The territory of the Demak kingdom includes Jepara, Semarang, Tegal, and lembang, jambi, islands between Kalimantan and Sumatra, as well as several areas on the island of Kalimantan. The important ports controlled by Demak are Jepara, Tuban, Sidayu, Jaratan and Gresik. Demak has an important role in the development of Islam in Java and Demak is the center of the spread of Islam. The people who spread Islam is known as wali. For places of worship and centers of religious activities, wali set up a mosque in Demak. Demak Kingdom experienced a glorious period in the government of Sultan Trenggana who ruled from 1521-1546 M. Sultan Trenggana tried to expand his territory to West Java. In 1522 the Demak Kingdom sent troops to West Java under the leadership of Fatahillah.
Ki Hadjar Dewantara and Rabindranath Tagore’s thought about education Supardi, Supardi; Kuntoro, Shodiq A; Dwiningrum, Siti Irene Astuti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v14i1.21653

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This study aims to: (1) describe the struggle of Ki Hadjar Dewantara and Rabindranath Tagore in case to create the education; (2) find Ki Hadjar Dewantara’s and Rabindranath Tagore’s thought about education.  This research was qualitative research, using historical approaches.  Analysis of data was conducted in interactive way. This results show that, (1) Ki Hadjar Dewantara and Rabindranath against the colonial education system which were intellectual and hegemonic. Both developed education, that way Taman Siswa (Ki Hadjar) and Shantiniketan (Tagore). (2) Ki Hadjar and Tagore had a concept that education is power effort, guidance, to guide the growth of children. Principles of education of Ki Hadjar are reflected in principles of Taman Siswa and panca dharma Taman Siswa. Tagore saw education as a liberating process of obtaining the ultimate truth, which frees the shackles, provides a wealth of inner light, along with love.  Ptinciples Tagore’s education was reflected in education institution, namely education in communion with nature, freedom, self expression, and internationalism and university.
Popular culture of Japanese anime in the digital age and the impact on nationalism of young Indonesian citizens Hatami, Wisnu
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v14i1.21652

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This research explores the impact of Japanese popular culture in digital era to Indonesia’s young citizen nationalism. Globalization make a life easier, include how to get information. With the digital era, people could get information in another country very fast and the research between globalization and nasionalism growing. This paper based on research of phenomenology about Anime’s Japanese popular culture of Association of Highschool Nihon No Kurabu in Bandung. The amount of informants is twelve and the data collected through interview, observation and documentation study. The result of the research showed that anime’s Japanese popular culture interested informants with the value, character, visual and storyline in that anime. Then, the informants would study about another Japanese popular culture than Indonesia’s traditional cultures.

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