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HUMANIKA
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Humanika ISSN 2502-5783 (online), ISSN 1412-9418 (print) is an open access and peer-reviewed journal published by Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University, Indonesia. This Journal published twice a year (January-June and July-December).The scope of journal is: Literature, Linguistics, History, Art, Religion, and Philosophy.
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DESKRIPSI PERBEDAAN FONOLOGI BAHASA -BAHASA DI WILAYAH BARAT PROVINSI JAWA TENGAH Junawaroh, Siti
HUMANIKA Vol 23, No 2 (2016): Juli-Desember
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Study description phonology differences in the western region of Central Java Province include Javanese and Sundanese used side by side in the region of Brebes and Cilacap . In the study dialectology , phonology deskription serves to illustrate the differences and variations correspondence contained in the observation point. For the western region of Central Java province contained the correspondence was perfect and less than perfect correspondence . Perfect correspondence in the form of correspondence sound b- w . Correspondence less than perfect form of correspondence h- Ø , In addition , there are also variations consonants d-n, h-k , h-ng , h-s , g-k , w-c , K-  Ø and vocal variety , i-e , u-o , u-a ,VV - V ,V - Ø.
INTERDEPENDENCE OF ROLES, WORK-FAMILY ROLES AND PSYCHOLOGICAL STRAIN: A STUDY ON MARRIED WORKING WOMEN IN INDONESIA farradinna, Syarifah
HUMANIKA Vol 24, No 2 (2017): Juli-Desember
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Work–family balance issues have become more common in Indonesia, especially in Riau Province. Traditional structural and economic changes and affect how married women participate in the family and the workforce. Imbalance between work and family affects individual physical and psychological well-being. Psychological strain is caused by stresses such as depression, anxiety, anger, hostility, irritability, inability ethic, or lack of physical strains, and closely related symptoms of burnout. A random sampling of 178 married working women in the civil servant department participated in the study. Data analysis was done with using of descriptive statistics and inferential statistics by SPSS 21 and Excel software. Analyses showed WIF and FIW are consistently correlated with psychological strain (0.462, and 0.428, p < 0.001); however, WIF was positively correlated significantly with FIW (0.632, p < 0.001). Psychological strain was also positively correlated significantly with work–family conflict (0.493, p < 0.001) and negatively correlated with the interdependence of roles (-0.152, p < 0.005). The results showed that the majority of married working women experienced high levels of work interference from the family and low levels of family interference at work, with an average score on the variables psychological strain and interdependence of roles. The diversity of Indonesia allowed demographic analysis and comparisons between respondents.
MUDIK DAN KERETAKAN BUDAYA Iriyanto, Agus Maladi
HUMANIKA Vol 15, No 9: Juni 2012
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Returning to hometown phenomenon has became a tradition in Indonesia. That tradition is considered as the most effective movement to contribute fund to the rural area. Returning to hometown is accelerating money distribution from urban area to rural area. The tradition of returning to hometown is happened because of the migration movement from rural area to urban area which then becoming an uncontrollable urbanization. The uncontrollable urbanization is happened because of the poverty matter in the rural area. Meanwhile, the uncontrollable urbanization is also creating poverty in the urban area. That’s because lots of the informal sector workers are farmers who leave their rural area.The tradition of returning to hometown contains the dimensions of spiritual, psychological and social that must be addressed by implementing a cultural heteronomy. The commuters are in the pulling aside condition between the new situation and values and the old situation and values. The tradition of returning to hometown is expressing the strength of the primordial bindings of the urban people, while the urban values should be more mondial characterized. Urban area, for the commuters, are not more just a shelter, while their home is still considered in the rural area where they are coming from. Keywords : Tradition of returning to hometown, poverty, urbanization and cultural heteronomy
PEMIKIRAN ARISTOTELES TENTANG KEWARGANEGARAAN DAN KONSTITUSI Winarno, Winarno
HUMANIKA Vol 21, No 1: JUNI 2015
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Citizenship includes elements of identity, participation, rights, obligations, and acceptance of shared social values. Aristotle, the ancient Greek thinker states that citizenship is a form of citizen participation in public life. Good citizens are those engaged in public life better while being ruled and governed. Citizenship can not be separated from the concept of the constitution. Determining who is a citizen based on the state constitution. There is a "Wrong Constitutions", which includes Tirany, Oligarchy and Democracy and the "Right Constitutions", covers Kingship, Aristocracy and Polity or Constitutional Government. The Constitution is important for a country as long as it is intended for the public good and reach a sense of justice.
KAJIAN SOSIOKULTURAL USAHA GARAM RAKYAT DI ACEH Rochwulaningsih, Yety
HUMANIKA Vol 18, No 2: Desember 2013
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ABSTRACT The article entitled "Sociocultural Studies on People’s Salt Business in Aceh" examines the question of how people’s salt business in Aceh lasted for generations. How and why women seemed to play a bigger role in people’s salt business in Aceh and whether or not there were socio-cultural and economic dimensions underlying it. In-depth interview, focus group discussion, and observation data collection methods as well as documents and literature studies were used to examine the issue along with qualitative analysis methods. The findings showed that the salt-making business in Aceh was identical with women. In some areas such as East Aceh, North Aceh and Pidie, majority of salt-making business applied the boiling method although some areas also applied solar evaporation method. The dominance of boiling method implementation was able to construct the system of production relation pattern, distribution and marketing of people’s salt that placed women as the central figure. In this case, it was women that virtually dominated all stages in the complex process of making and marketing of salt, in the heat of the sun and the boiling kitchen, consuming a lot of power (energy) and time. The dominance implied the economical authority of women in their domestic life. Keywords: people's salt, boiling, solar evaporation, subsistence, valvular rescuer.
INTEGRASI NASIONAL SEBAGAI PENANGKAL ETNOSENTRISME DI INDONESIA Irianto, Agus Maladi
HUMANIKA Vol 18, No 2: Desember 2013
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ABSTRACTIntegration includes the meaning of the formation of groups united by a common issue, whether ideological, economic, and social. The overture of national integration movement through the following article tends to create an awareness and a social form that cause many groups with each identity see themselves as one unity: the Indonesian Nation. To create an association in national integration formation, identity has double functions. In addition, the following article is trying to discuss about the challenges for Indonesia to develop the concept of national integration in order to deal with the concept of ethnocentrism, religiousism , and politicalism.Keywords: national integration, ethnocentrism and conflict of interest
STRUKTUR POLA ALIH TUTUR PADA PERCAKAPAN ANAK-ANAK Trahutami, Sriwahyu Istana
HUMANIKA Vol 15, No 9: Juni 2012
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This study finds that children follow a specific pattern in their daily communication. They know when to talk and when to be silent as a litener. They also avoid jumbled roles while communicating and pay attention to communicationi rules. The practice of turntaking among children is highly influenced by their culture within their environment. Giving answers, monopolizing conversations, cutting current speaker is not found among children who are taught early about communication norms. Eventhough most children follow adjacency pairs theoretically, many examples show that they don’t always do that. Keywords : turn taking, adjacency pairs, children communication pattern
CERPEN FARUK “BUS KOTA” DALAM SEMIOTIK ROLAND BARTHES Widyatwati, Ken
HUMANIKA Vol 22, No 2: Desember 2015
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Literature called beautiful if it contains the mandate, message, ideas and meanings that are useful for the readers. Short story “Bus Kota” (City Bus) containing the mandate, message, ideas and meanings that are useful to the reader. The mandate will be revealed by Roland Barthes' semiotic theory in the book S/Z. Literature has its own allure and text have accrued but not due to independence because of the difference in quality. Texts merge into a unity, or restore any text not as an individual but as a form of plurality. Literature as part of a social system is an expression of the author's sense of the outpouring of public life. Literary works can express themselves in the author's view the social and cultural changes in society because of the development of information technology and rapid. Technological developments and socio-cultural information can change in society so as to affect the psychology of the people. Society must have a thickness of faith not only for themselves, but to be able to maintain equanimity in the life of a pluralistic society
MENAFSIR MASYARAKAT ADAT HATUHAHA AMARIMA DENGAN PENDEKATAN HERMENEUTIKA PAUL RICOEUR DAN SIGNIFIKANSINYA UNTUK HIDUP DALAM PERSAUDARAAN A. Uhi, Jannes
HUMANIKA Vol 19, No 1: JUNI 2014
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Abstract Hermeneutics is no longer focused on the written text, but has grown and that  concerns to the spoken texts. The development of hermeneutics of interpretation of written text into spoken text is intended to express the meaning behind human actions are not mentioned in the article. Phenomenology indigenous of Hatuhaha Amarima with the culture’s through meaningful when interpreted with Paul Ricoeur's hermeneutic approach. Deepest meaning of phenomenology indigenous of Hatuhaha Amarima useful in establishing a life together in religious differences. Religious differences to provide awareness for indigenous peoples to survive in there al brotherhood became everyone's expectations.   Keywords: hermeneutics, Hatuhaha Amarima, brotherhood
PEMAKNAAN HUMANISME PANCASILA DALAM RANGKA PENGUATAN KARAKTER BANGSA MENGHADAPI GLOBALISASI Subekti, Slamet
HUMANIKA Vol 17, No 1: Juni 2013
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ABSTRACT Today Indonesia is facing the challenges of globalization, especially in its cultural dimension has brought the threat to the continuity of national culture. Historically Pancasila ideology has been an integrating force is quite steady as a common platform for the nation-state of Indonesia. The existence of Pancasila should be shown again as a public discourse that is open to interpretation in accordance with the demands of the contemporary with the times. Therefore, the meaning of Pancasila humanism necessary in order to strengthen the nation's character in order to face the challenges of globalization. Keywords: Pancasila, humanism, Nation’s character, Globalization

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